Diploma in Ministry (DIM) – Module 6

Course Prerequisite(s)

Diploma in Ministry (DIM) – Module 6

Course Prerequisite(s)

Description

The Fgi DIM programme was created as an additional course to CIM for those who desire to dig a little deeper into God’s Word and be ignited with His fire on a new level, for the full time minister and those who are simply hungry for more of God’s Word. Persons enrolled in this programme who successfully complete all 4 Required Modules, will receive a Diploma in Ministry.

This course can take 6 -12 months to complete, depending on the amount of time spent studying daily, on average 1-3 hours of dedicated study time/day is required to complete this course in under 12 months. This DIM program is measured in academic credit hours. Academic credit hours are transferable from one post-secondary institution to another and are subject to the guidelines and restrictions of the post-secondary institution that receives the credits.

In order to complete the DIM,  an additional 42 credits added to the CIM course for a total of 72 credits towards the degree. These next 42 credits are made up of Modules 5-8, each consisting of 5-6 subjects.

What Will I Learn?

  • 10 credits
$100.00

Topics for this course

100h

DIM/BD: Bible Doctrines?

In this course we will take time to study the subjects of what we believe and understand why we believe them. We will also begin to build a solid foundation on the biblical truths that our doctrine is built upon, as well as exposing false doctrines concerning what we believe.

DIM/CL: Christian Character?

This course will give the student a deeper understanding of what the life of a Christian really means and how the Word of God needs to be their foundation.

DIM/FFM: Ministry Gifts?

The purpose of this study is to receive a better understanding of the “five-fold ministry”, their relevance today, and the role each office plays in the church environment.

DIM/YF: Your Family?

The success of a society lies in the healthiness of a well-balanced family life. Here we look at what scripture tells us is the role of each family member, their responsibility and relationships between each member.

DIM/BG: The Book of Galatians?

This book is a call for freedom from the law. Paul writes to the church in Galatia in distress as they have quickly abandoned the gospel they originally received. Judaizers had infiltrated the brethren, preaching circumcision and trying to put them back under the yoke of the law. Paul starts out telling them that this is an entirely different gospel. He writes to remind us of grace and that the only means to be justified is by faith in Jesus not by the law.

About the instructors

Carlé Bezuidenhout

Ron Videler

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Ron had the privilege of growing up in a Christian home and by the age of 7 gave his life to Jesus Christ. He was Holy Spirit filled, and water baptized by the age of 8. His parents, Bert and Linda went into full time ministry while he was still a teenager, and it was actually in one of their church services where he knew he would go into full-time ministry one day.

Ron matriculated in 1989.  He studied Electrical Engineering (light current) at the University of Technology Cape Town. After completing his degree he worked in the medical field installing, training & repairing HIV, pregnancy and decease-testing equipment all over South Africa. During this time he also completed 2 years of Bible School, which eventually propelled him to get his Masters of Christian Education in 2013.

In March 1998, Ron got married to Natasha whom he met through Bible school. 2 years later they answered the call of God to join the River Group in East London, South Africa, incorporating River Ministries and Faith Broadcasting Network as pastors. They served as pastors with many different responsibilities, including the developing of an evening Bible school and later the three year full-time degreed Bible School.

Ron’s passion to equip people has led him to become director of education.

Ron and Natasha have three boys, Reuel, Ronan and the youngest Raphael. He is a family man and loves playing squash with his boys.  Reuel has represented South Africa in squash and the other two boys their province at some point.

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