AIM Institute is designed to provide a non-traditional and non-campus based theological education to persons preparing for or currently serving in Christian ministry. A variety of “delivery systems” enables AIM Institute to provide students with classroom and distance learning environments while the individual remains in his or her current vocation.
AIM Institute is prepared to serve in the ministry preparation of two different groups of individuals who are preparing for Christian ministry.
- Local church workers and leaders: The Institute has a systematic curriculum which is administrated by the local church with the objective of offering a biblical foundation for church workers and leaders.
- Ephesians 4:11 ministers: The Institute offers curriculum and mentoring opportunities to individuals who are called to vocational Christian ministry. The Institute curriculum currently focuses on training individuals called to pastoral ministry and offers opportunity for mentored training for the gifts of apostle, prophet, evangelist and teacher.
- Systematic Theology I
- Systematic Theology II
- Systematic Theology III
- Church History I
- Church History II
- The Principles of Personal Leadership
Dates available on request by contacting Terry King
The intensive nature of the class format makes it mandatory that students attend all class periods.