Firm Foundation Synopsis

 

Sessions:

Each session is a 9 week course, with orientation, classes and a final project.

 

Firm Foundation I class topics include:

Salvation

How to Grow and Develop Faith

Walking in Victory over Sin

Abiding in the Presence of God

How to Study the Bible

How to Pray

Develop a Relationship with the Holy Spirit

How to Walk in the Fruit of the Spirit

Denying Self & How to Serve God

 

Firm Foundation II class topics include:

Spiritual Warfare

Fasting

Covenants, Communion, and the Blood

Healing

Relationships and the Spirit of Offense

The Power of the Name of Jesus

Renewal of the Mind

Time Management for Ministry

Spiritual Gifts

 

Firm Foundation III class topics include:

Worship

Worship Part II

Intercession Part I and Part II

How to Study the Bible Cont’

How to Study the Bible Cont’ Part II

Treasure Hunting

Treasure Hunting Part II

Supernatural Part I and Part II

Divine Connections

 

Questions

When and where are the sessions held?

We will offer 3 sessions per year: Winter, Summer, and Fall. The sessions are held on Saturdays at 12:00 to 1:30pm at VCMI-DC.  Due to scheduling, there may be some classes that are held on Thursdays.

 

What are the dates of the sessions for 2015?

The summer session includes only Firm Foundation I begins on June 11, 2015 and ends on Aug 15, 2015. The fall session includes only Firm Foundation II and begins on Sep 10, 2015 and ends on Nov 21, 2015.  Firm Foundation III will be offered in 2016.

 

Can I take Firm Foundation II classes without taking Firm Foundation I?

You are required to complete Firm Foundation I, then move on to Firm Foundation II since the classes are designed to be building blocks.

 

Can I take Firm Foundation III classes without taking Firm Foundation II?

You are required to complete Firm Foundation II then move on to Firm Foundation III since the classes are designed to be building blocks.

 

Why do you have Part II classes in Firm Foundation III?

Firm Foundation III Part II classes are practical application of the topic discussed. The first class is a discussion of the topic and the student will be given homework; Part II of the class will be a student leading discussion of the homework given or an application of the lesson (worship session). The goal is to provide an opportunity to apply what you learned in a safe environment.

 

Who is a good point of contact if I have more questions?

You can contact John and Free Wright at firmfoundation@vcmi-dc1.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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