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.
One of the primary responsibilities of the priests under the Old Covenant is to keep the fire burning on God’s altar perpetually. God expressly commanded them, saying, “A fire shall always be burning on the altar; it shall never go out.” (Lev. 6:13 NKJV). God sent the fire, but it is the responsibility of the priests to sustain the fire on the altar (Lev. 9:23-24). However, God gave them specific instructions to follow so that they could keep the fire burning on the altar. These divine instructions are still very relevant and useful to us today to sustain God’s fire in our souls…Read More
Disciples of Jesus are not just His students; they are His apprentices. The idea of a student is only theoretical. But, the idea of an apprentice is something quite practical. When Jesus chose twelve ordinary people to be with Him, what He intended was not for them to be mere students but apprentices, not to be merely theoretical, but to be very practical. The Greek word “mathetes” for “disciple” in the New Testament means “a learner or a pupil.” But in Aramaic, the word “disciple” does not mean a student, but an apprentice…Read More