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93 new students join Regents Theological College for 2017/18

Regents welcomed 58 new undergraduates, 24 new postgraduates and 11 Ministry Foundation Certificate students onto the Malvern campus in September at the start of the 2017/18 academic year.

Evenly spread across the Theology, Church Leadership, Youth Work and Performing Arts tracks, Applied Theology is key to Regents vision in training leaders for the future of the movement.

Watch this short video of their arrival.

Launching this year, the Elim Ministry Foundation Certificate is a brand new course specifically designed by Regents to serve people in training and preparing people for ministry in Elim and beyond. It is the desire of Regents College to be central to the Elim movement as we launch into a new season of opportunity.

The course is designed to give those considering ministry the essential knowledge and insight before fully embarking on your ministry training. The course has four compulsory areas of study covering Biblical Interpretation, Evangelism & Apologetics, History & Doctrine, and Pentecostal Theology.

People are then invited to study two further modules of their choice that relate to an area of interest or are specific to their context or ministry.

For more information about all the training and degree courses on offer at Regents, please visit: regents-tc.ac.uk

 

 
 
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