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Dr. Wilf Hildebrandt, Director of Biblical Theology Program
Dr. Wilf Hildebrandt
Dean of Education

Office Telephne: (604) 851-7235 or 1-800-976-8388
deanofeducation@summitpacific.ca.


Recognition of Ministry Education Requirements Certificate (RoMER)

The college offers courses that specifically fulfill the PAOC's Recognition of Ministry Credential. The RoMER Certificate fulfills the academic requirements of this credential and is attainable in one year. Five of the courses listed are required (indicated by *). The others are highly recommended, but some choice is possible.

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this 1 year certificate the student shall be able to:

  1. demonstrate a thoughtful personal philosophy of ministry rooted in Biblical truth;
  2. demonstrate an understanding of God's call on their life with an awareness of the gifts, strengths, weaknesses and vulnerabilities they may bring to ministry;
  3. demonstrate an understanding of the Scriptures as well as the practical and theoretical aspects of vocational Christian ministry;
  4. demonstrate a basic level of competence in the practical leadership, interpersonal and communication skills expected of leaders; and
  5. demonstrate an exemplary godly lifestyle and an ongoing dependence on the enablement of the Holy Spirit.

Freshman Year

Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
BIBL 111 Bible Survey 3 EDUC 142 Principles of Teaching 3
BIBL 113 Hermeneutics 3 HIST 172 History of the Pentecostal Church * 3
BIBL 115 Gospels
ORBIBL 311 Pauline Literature
3 THEO 222 Doctrine II 3
THEO 221 Doctrine I 3 RELS 234 Expository Preaching * 3
THEO 321 Biblical Theology of the Holy Spirit * 3 RELS 331 Pastoral Theology * 3
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