Welcome to the School of Discipleship

Our Vision in the School of Discipleship is “to Raise and Equip Disciples for Christ in All Nations.”

The School of Discipleship is the Training Arm of Heralds of Revival Ministries. Heralds of Revival are a people who are committed to True Revival of Christianity. To find out more about Heralds of Revival, please visit our website @ http://heraldsofrevival.org/

The School of Discipleship is one of God’s chosen and prepared places and means to perfectly teach and train the believers in all nations to become disciples or disciplined followers of the Lord Jesus Christ with a singular passion and pursuit to attain “the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.” (Ephesians 4:13 NKJV).

The School of Discipleship is committed to teaching, showing, and demonstrating to you how to deny yourself, take up your cross daily, and follow the Lord Jesus Christ wholeheartedly with a singular purpose of conforming increasingly and fully to Christlikeness.

It is our passion, purpose and pursuit to teach, help, support, motivate and encourage you every step of your spiritual journey to Christlikeness.


THE ROD OF GOD

THE ROD OF GOD

Just as Moses began to see, call, regard and treat his rod as the holy rod of God after surrendering it to God, having surrendered your life to Christ, you also must begin to see, call, regard and treat yourself as sacred and holy to God – no longer as a common, unholy, natural or ordinary person. Anyone or anything consecrated to God ceases to be common, unholy, natural or ordinary; but sacred, holy, divine or supernatural!

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THE ENEMIES OF THE CROSS OF CHRIST

THE ENEMIES OF THE CROSS OF CHRIST

Paul describes the enemies of the cross of Christ as the professed believers or ministers “whose god is their belly.” What does Paul mean by this terminology, “their god is their belly?” Paul was simply saying they are either legalistic or indulging in sinful, fleshly desires. The enemies of the cross of Christ are those in the Church who are trusting in themselves, in their self righteousness, or in their good works as a means of salvation…

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