the Enrolment Form in PDF
For some years we
have had courses of study for Christian Workers, based
around our audio and printed resources and the weekly classes.
can be done by Correspondence,
with a personal tutor. Certificates are awarded for each
subject completed, and a Course Certificate on completion
of eight subjects.
have no academic accreditation but will indicate materials
covered. There is no Government assistance in doing such
The real question
is, 'Do I just want to know the Scriptures, and will such
a course equip me to know the truth of God, and help me
in my life?' The answer is clearly, 'Yes'.
The course followed
is for its own sake and not for earning special qualifications.
It has its own delight, its thrill as the truth opens up,
more and more.
You might ask, 'Who
would want to do such a course when there is no special
accreditation and no Government aid?' The answer could
be, 'There are many who for years have sat at the feet
of teachers, used what they gained in the ministry of their
lives to others, and who want biblical truth for its own
sake. They delight in the Word for itself. Mystery upon
mystery opens up.'
Many who have attended
our teaching ministry have said that it has transformed
their lives and they are alive with the knowledge of the
grace of God, His love, and the grand future He has placed
Many simply like to
receive from teachers in their churches and our classes,
with a view to sharing life with all.
We want to urge
you to think of doing studies for their own sake. At the
least they will make you biblically knowledgeable, and
give you deep understanding which will help you should
you undertake further studies which are in a college, seminary
or university. At most they will open up the world of the
Kingdom of God, life in the church, and ministry to the
Many have testified
to this special value. Others have developed the ability
to study the Word and to find the beautiful truth and life
which is in it. Many simply like to receive from teachers
in their churches and our classes, with a view to sharing
life with all. They find a freedom in life through this.
By all means, then,
let us study all of the Scriptures. In the early church
they did this without even possessing Old Testaments and
New Testaments, but through hearing apostles, prophets,
evangelists, pastors and teachers, and sharing the good
news amongst themselves and out in the society in which