Correspondence Learning

CORRESPONDENCE PROGRAM

Begin when you're ready, study at your own pace, and allow God to change your life.

We understand not everyone is able to move to one of our campus locations, but our Correspondence Program is nearly as good as being there! Whether you desire to prepare for the ministry or sit under great teaching for personal development, this program will get you started. It can be used for a variety of purposes, including:

    • Personal Edification
    • Home Bible Study
    • Part of a Home School Curriculum
    • In-Church Bible School
    • Leadership Training

The Correspondence Program is available in DVD or USB format, and is made up of first-year class sessions recorded live at the Charis Bible College Colorado campus. There are 39 courses available. It takes approximately 6 hours to complete each course. Each course consists of 8 lessons, a syllabus, and an exam. That's over 200 hours of teaching by Andrew Wommack and the other Charis instructors divided into 3 terms.

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COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS

To complete the first year in the Distance Learning Program, you must finish all 39 courses. A course is considered complete only if you have received a final grade of 70% or better. Some courses have suggested prerequisites. This includes series courses. For example, it is best to take Holy Spirit I before Holy Spirit II. Aside from such prerequisites, you are free to take whichever course you choose in any term that it is available.

Correspondence and Online courses have identical content and credit towards program completion. A student may take courses by Correspondence, Online, or a combination of both to complete the first-year program.

Once you finish the entire Correspondence Program, you will receive a Certificate of Completion, which makes you eligible to attend the Second-Year Practical Ministry Training at any of our worldwide Charis Bible College campuses. The second year is not offered through distance learning, as it is a more practical, hands-on ministry experience that requires your presence at the college.