Forerunner School of Ministry
Forerunner School of Ministry (FSM) is the training school of International House of Prayer Atlanta, composed of three distinct tracks: Biblical Training, Kingdom Works, and Prayer & Missions. Each training track consists of Classes, Workshops/Seminars, and Intensives.
This track is composed of classes focused on the study of specific books of the Bible or Biblical themes. Completion of this certificate will take you through Bible classes from Old to New Testament, through themes in end-times and intimacy, as well as exploring in depth the beauty and majesty of the Man Christ Jesus as the central figure of all of scripture.
This track combines both growth in supernatural ministry and justice issues. Jesus promised that His disciples, “will do the same works I have done, and even greater works.”(John 14:12) This certificate combines classes focused on growing in the gifts of the Spirit, spiritual warfare, evangelism, and courses on how to engage in seeking justice for social issues with a kingdom mindset.
PRAYER & MISSIONS
We believe God is raising up a prayer and missions movement that will see the great commission completed and the incense of extravagant prayer and worship fill every nation on earth. Learn in this track the biblical foundations for missions & prayer as a movement, the practicals of intercession and personal prayer, and how to walk in both intimacy and partnership by engaging in prayer and missions from our neighborhoods to the nations.
WINTER 2017 CLASSES
INSTRUCTOR: ANDREW FALETTI
WHEN: TUESDAYS 6:30-7:45 PM IN MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM
Music Theory is a 10-week in-depth look at the basic building blocks of music. This class will be Tuesday nights from 6:30 – 7:45 PM starting on January 16. This is a class focused heavily on music theory so bring your thinking caps. This study will help open up your understanding of music and will equip you with greater proficiency and creativity in your craft.
Class Testimony: “Music theory might be my favorite because I really love learning and desire to become a skilled musician so I can compose music—now I have a condensed course to go back to and use to take my studies further. For having to condense something like music theory into a 10-week class and make it applicable to beginners and advanced students, Andrew seriously did an incredible job. He put so much work into that class and I am super grateful!”
PRAYER ROOM PRACTICUM
INSTRUCTORS: ANDREW & JOY BULLARD
WHEN: TUESDAYS 6:30-8:30 PM IN MAIN PRAYER ROOM
Prayer Room Practicum will be Tuesday night from 6:30 – 8:30 PM starting on January 16. The goal of prayer room practicum is to learn how to slowly fellowship with the Lord through a passage, engage with Him at the heart level, and begin to have confidence in the place of prayer and meditation.We will be exploring Psalm 16, a song of David
ORTHODOXY: WHY WE BELIEVE WHAT WE BELIEVE
INSTRUCTOR: STEVEN UGAN
WHEN: WEDNESDAYS 6:30-7:45 PM IN MULTIPURPOSE ROOM
Have you ever desired to have a better understanding of the biblical basis for the core doctrines of Christianity? Have you ever had any of the questions common among Christians, such as: Where in the Bible do we find the doctrine of the Trinity? Does God’s grace mean that we are free to do whatever we want because we are forgiven anyway? If so then join us Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:45 PM starting January 17, and we will search out the Word of God together to reveal the answer to these and other question.