IMPACT SCHOOL OF MINISTRY
Located @ Destiny City Church
2324 S. Main Street
Salisbury, NC 28144
704-639-5919 - Dean of Students Dr. John Reeves
Bible School Training without leaving your work, your family or your home!
How to begin:
Fill out online application and submit registration fee
($50 reg/$150 per class fee)
Mail check for registration fee to:
Impact School of Ministry
c/o Dr. John Reeves
Salisbury, NC 28145
Meet with the Dean Dr. John Reeves to discuss your student goals
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Impact School of Ministry desires to see all believers activating their faith for global impact.
Impact School of Ministry exists to equip and deploy passionate disciples of Christ who boldly pursue worldwide transformation through their God-given spheres of influence.
Chancellor of School: Dr. Don Vess
Dean of Students: Dr. John Reeves
Administrator: Karen Allen
Impact School of Ministry has partnered with CLST Global to provide an excellent Christian education:
About CLST Global
CLST Global is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that provides leadership and educational resources to train church leaders, pastors, missionaries and evangelists in local churches and communities. The staff of CLST Global provides educational resources to members of the Christian Life Educator’s Network (CLEN), a nonprofit community of churches and organizations that operate Bible and Theology schools.
Train your church members to spread the Gospel at home, in the community and around the world.
CLST Global strives to be the premier global provider of Christian higher education programs and resources. Their mission is to provide the best Bible, theology, ministry and leadership training resources; thereby offering quality, flexible and affordable education to students and schools globally.
- Quality. A commitment to providing the very best Christian higher education resources and programs from the best instructors.
- Flexibility. A commitment to provide customizable education solutions for every local church, ministry and student.
- Affordability. A commitment to keeping costs low while providing a source of funding for participating programs.
Impact School of Ministry
March 28-30 OT250: Training for Reigning: Life of David |I* Dr. Ronald E. Cottle
Description: Principles of leadership and training based upon the calling, training, and rule of David. Special emphasis is placed upon David’s life and the classrooms of preparation through which he walked. Also studied are David’s call, his anointing, his character, and his faithfulness to God.
April 25-27, 2019 HT445 History of Christianity Dr. Stephen Mansfield
Description: Traces the origin and growth of Christianity in America beginning in fifteenth century Europe and concluding with the Revolutionary War. More than dates and dead people, history is the result of God’s rule over the affairs of men and nations.
May 16-18, 2019 NT115: Survey of the New Testament I* Dr. Ronald E. Cottle
Description: Overview of the historical, political and social contents of the Gospels. Attention is given to authorship, dates, canonicity, structure, styles, and themes with emphasis and exposition of key passages and their doctrinal significance.
June20-22, 2019 PT340: Dynamics of Effective Communication*CEU Dr. Randal Langley
Description: A comprehensive study targeted for both beginning and veteran speakers in the art of public speaking and communication. Students are taught the SCORRE system—a creative and relevant communication model used by leaders to effectively penetrate today’s culture.
July 18-20, 2019 PT301: Equipping for Evangelism CEU Rev. Gary Beasley
Description: Instruction on how to communicate the faith of Jesus Christ to others. This is an extensive and practical plan of personal evangelism. Emphasis is placed on following-up and establishing new converts into the local church.
August 15-17, 2019 OT115: Survey of the Old Testament I* Dr. Charles H. Gaulden
Description: A study of the first half of the Old Testament. Emphases include: major geography of the Old Testament and its impact on the Scriptures, the introduction to the Pentateuch, the introduction to the historical books, and seventeen Old Testament books.
September 19-21, 2019 CC150: Introduction to Biblical Counseling* Dr. Mike Chapman
Description: Biblical principles of human personality and how personal change occurs. Special focus on the church as God’s healing institution, the unique features of Christian counseling, and the development of a biblical approach to counseling
October 17-19, 2019 CC176: Foundations of Christian Counseling* Rev. Leroy Judd
A fresh perspective on the role that counseling can play in the local church. Counseling theories are presented with a solid grasp of current trends both secular and Christian.. Theories and techniques in Christian counseling.
November 21-23, 2019 PT663: Healing the Wounded Heart Rev. Jack Frost
Description: This course is designed to bring light to hidden areas within you so that you may allow Christ’s love to transform you, thus bringing a change to all your relationships.
December 19-21, 2019 BT515: Spiritual Gifts* Dr. Ronald E. Cottle
Description: This is a study of all the gifts of the Holy Spirit in the Scripture. Special emphasis is placed upon the nine charismatic gifts presented in 1 Corinthians 12-14.