Divine Ordained Teaching
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
The School of Intercessory is for people who desire to learn intercessory and deliverance. This course equips you with indispensable knowledge and skills as it is for people who have the call of intercessory on their lives and wish to develop further. This course is also ideal for people who work in the deliverance ministry at church. In addition to learning different skills and becoming a mature intercessor, you will also gain a certificate in intercessory and prayer studies.
The duration of the course is 3 years and commences 1st November and ends August 31 each year and classes are held 2 Saturdays per month.
Students will be assessed through coursework and exams. Registration is mandatory and a learning agreement will be implemented which contains the recommended learning hours. The cost is £30 per class which is payable on the day of the class. There are also external classes which form a part of the curriculum and one such class is The 10 Elements of Truth™. The duration for this module is 8 weeks and the cost is £50 per class.
Students are, except for absence with good cause, expected to be at all their classes, group presentations and examinations. Contact should be made with the school as soon as there is an awareness of the inability to attend as failure to comply may mean termination of study.
The modules listed below are for the 2020/2021 academic year and represent the modules currently, however, these are subject to change over time.
The theory of psychological-spiritual practice PS 1000
10 Elements of Truth™
Introduction to the Development throughout the Lifespan from a Psycho-social perspective
This module will show the link between the psychological and the spiritual with the duration being 10 weeks. The module aims to teach students which issues are psychological and which are spiritual and it also looks at the individual as a whole- the mind, body and spirit functioning harmoniously. There is a recognition that people who are on this course are in accord with their psychological health. The teaching is geared towards the students recognising psychological matters which they might have been labelling as spiritual. This module is compulsory as it is the fundamental pathway of the intercessor’s development of being able to assess an individual.
Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers (3 John 1:2 NKJV).
The learning outcome is students will develop highly valuable skills as an intercessor to critically assess individuals who present themselves for spiritual deliverance. The student will be able to view the assessment both from a psychological as well as a spiritual perspective. The module is assessed by test, multiple choice exam and a self-assessment portfolio. Upon completion, a certificate of attendance will be issued to show the student has the relevant understanding of the link between the psychological and the spiritual.
Introduction to prayer and fasting PF 1010
The duration is 8 weeks and will provide an introduction to prayer as well as give a clear understanding of the intercessor pathway as it relates to prayer. It will also provide a profound understanding of the different types prayer and the effectiveness of fasting. Topics to be covered are the different types of prayer, the courts of heaven, the 3 dimensions of prayer and time and season. There will also be an in depth look at the 5 different types of fast. The learning outcome is students will have an understanding of the concept of prayer and fasting as well as the ability to use prayer and fasting as a weapon of warfare. Assessment will be done through a written and a multiple choice exam.
Teaching on the Holy Spirit HS 1020
The duration is 12 weeks. The learning outcome is students will have an understanding of the operation of the Holy Spirit as well as the importance of having a relationship with the Holy Spirit. The module is assessed by one piece of coursework and homework which will count towards the final grade.
Introduction to spiritual warfare SW 1030
The duration is 8 weeks and the module will give students an introduction to spiritual warfare. The aim is that students will gain spiritual insight on what spiritual warfare entails. The learning outcome is that students will have an understanding of how the kingdom of darkness is structured in addition to the different elements it uses to accomplish its operations through the following: curses, covenants, altars, threshing floors, trading floors, thresholds, gateways and have a basic understanding of how they operate. The module is assessed by coursework and a multiple choice exam and group work.
In order to progress to 2nd year, 120 credit must be obtained.
Melchizedek order MO 2000
The module’s duration is 8 weeks and aims to give students an understanding of the structure of the kingdom of heaven as it relates to the mature intercessors being called the sons and daughters of God, in establishing the government of heaven here on earth. The learning outcome is students will be able to identify the difference between a legislator, an oracle, a priest, a king and how they function on the face of the earth in order to establish the kingdom of heaven. The module is assessed by coursework and multiple choice exam.
Introduction to spiritual warfare 2 SW 2030
The duration is 8 weeks and this module is aimed at teaching intercessors about their spiritual enemy as they are in the realms of darkness. The module will look in depth at the marine kingdom, celestial beings and the earth as man’s dominion. As an intercessor, it is paramount to be able to recognise signs, symbols and demonic fraternities. The learning outcome is students will have a great insight into who the enemy is, how the enemy operates and situates as well as the meaning of signs, symbols and demonic fraternities (for example, free masonry). Assessment will be conducted by a portfolio and group presentation.
Art of spiritual warfare 1 SW 2031
This module will last for 8 weeks and aims to give students a full understanding of the weaponry of warfare, what a battle-plan is and how to use the whole armour of God. The learning outcome is students will be able to clearly identify the strategy of spiritual warfare, how to use spiritual weapons in addition to how to construct a battle-plan. Assessment is done via written and multiple choice exams.
Art of spiritual deliverance AD 2040
This module’s duration is 8 weeks and it aims to put theory into practice. Students will learn the power of the 40 days fast and the importance for all intercessors to undertake this fast. The learning outcome is students will have an in depth understanding of spiritual warfare and how to carry out a spiritual deliverance. Assessment is done via written and multiple choice exam.
In order to progress to 2nd year, 120 credit must be obtained.
Answering the call of intercessory CI 3000 (Year 3 may be reviewed)
Different types of intercessors DI 3010
This module will look in depth at the 4 different types of prayer intercessors as well as the intercessor pathway. It aims to give an understanding of the different types of intercessors and how their individual call is different but work as one body in Christ. The learning outcome is students will be able to identify who they are, what their gifts are and how to use them.
Art of spiritual warfare 2 SW 3031
The module aims to give the intercessor an understanding of how to deal with spiritual warfare. It also aims to develop the intercessor into a more mature one who knows how to use his /her gifts effectively. It will give a spiritual understanding of how to determine whether or not you are called to spiritual warfare. It develops the skills, awareness, aptitude and leadership style of the intercessor as he/she mentors and manages younger intercessors. The learning outcome is students will be able to mentor young intercessors, be able to determine which spiritual battles to engage and which not to and also be able to conduct spiritual deliverance sessions under supervision.
Art of spiritual deliverance p2 AD 3040
This module is assessed by coursework and a practical assessment. Passing this module is dependent on obtaining a pass on both components and 120 credit is needed.