Level 2

Completion of these short-courses leads to a MINTS.edu Diploma

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Challenges in Childhood

Challenges in Childhood (PAM21E)

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  • Hiding behind masks
  • Hyperactivity
  • Anger
Challenges in Adolescence

Challenges in Adolescence (PAM22E)

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  • Relationship
  • Commonly encountered challenges: family, sex, sexual abuse, disorders & employment
  • Community engagement & skills development
Challenges in Adulthood

Challenges in Adulthood (PAM23E)

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  • Abortion
  • Stress, worry, fear and anxiety
  • Divorce
  • Terminal illness and retirement
Principles of Pastoral Counselling

Principles of Pastoral Counselling (BAM311)

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  • Development process of intrapersonal growth
  • Motivation and actualization
  • Christ-centred leadership
  • Responsible self-management
The Doctrine of Scripture

The Doctrine of Scripture (BAT021)

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  • General and special revelation
  • Inspiration of Scripture
  • Story and reliability of Scripture

The inerrancy of Scripture

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  • Perfections of Scripture
  • The Canon and Apocrypha
Principles of Biblical Interpretation

Principles of Biblical Interpretation (BIB21E) (BAM628)

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  • Hermeneutics
  • Exegesis
  • The Pastoral Books

John’s Pastoral Letters (BAM628)

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  • 1 John
  • 2 John
  • 3 John
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Counselling
Contact-Session I

Contact-Session I (COS21B)

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  • Group dynamics
  • Group work and therapy
  • Phases of the pastoral group process
  • Leadership
Contact-Session II

Contact-Session II (COS22B)

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  • Feedback on practical assignment
  • Dimensions of a crisis, soul and spirit
  • Case studies and the counsellor’s toolbox
  • Actual problem areas
  • Spiritual counselling (Occult influences)
Ministry Opportunities and Outcomes

Why should you do this program?

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  • Be more effective in ministry.
  • Advance your pastoral care skills.
  • Better understand and appreciate the Word of God.
  • Better understand people and the dynamics of group interaction.
Entrance Requirements
  • Relevant Certificate or equivalent.
  • Contact our office in this regard if you have any questions.
  • Read and write English at a post High-school level.
  • Proficient in basic Computer skills.
Cost and Registration Dates

Refund policy, if courses are taken individually:

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  • If the student terminates his/her course within 3 (three) days, 67% of the course fee is refundable.
  • After 3 (three) days, there is no refund payable.
  • No refunds are payable when a student is expelled.
  • Studies must be paid in full before credit is passed for any course or program.

COSTS – PER YEAR PROGRAMME

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  • OPTION 1: R950 at registration + R950 p. m. x 11 months (interest free)
  • OPTION 2: Pay in advance for the year and receive 10% discount
  • Registration for a level (year) course, can be done during Jan/Feb or June/July.

Please consider using the debit order scheme – form attached.

COST PER INDIVIDUAL COURSE

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  • All the Filadelfia modules can be taken individually as short courses.
  • R1500 each, payable at registration
  • Registration for an individual course, can be done at any time.

Banking Details

Filadelfia Christelike Berading KP CC
Nedbank Business Cheque Account
Branch number: 102905
Account number: 1029047235
Use name and surname as reference.

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DISCLAIMER STATEMENT

FILADELFIA IS NOT A PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION AND DOES NOT CONFER NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS. MINTS.EDU grants all the qualifications. Above mentioned courses meet the requirements established by many private, independent, and professional associations. Various regionally or nationally accredited Christian Universities, colleges and seminaries throughout the United States, South Africa and Namibia, accept transfer students, credits and degrees from our Institution. Filadelfia Institute (and MINTS.edu) does not promise or find jobs for students. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that the ministry/institution they are applying at recognises the training. Transferability of credits earned at Filadelfia Institute via MINTS.edu and transferred to another school is at the discretion of the receiving institution’s RPL policy. We do not prepare our students for secular work. We will seek to provide a sound Scriptural standing from which our students may fulfil their divine purpose and calling. Filadelfia does not prepare students for a future in Psychological counselling practice. Please contact the HPCSA in this regard. Filadelfia prepares persons for ministry possibilities. Filadelfia, being a ministry and not a provider of private higher education, programs/courses are not SAQA registered. Filadelfia has, however, lodged an application with the authorities to migrate toward such. Miami International Seminary (www.mints.edu) – a Florida Department of Education (www.fldoe.org/cie/) registered Seminary confers qualifications and accredits Filadelfia. Although courses meet the requirements established by many private, independent, and professional associations, it is the responsibility of the student to ensure that the ministry/institution where they are applying at recognises matters of accreditation and registration. Although we have witnessed some students setting their studies forth at national higher learning institutions, transferability of credits is always at the discretion of the receiving institution. To this end, Filadelfia has an articulation agreement in place with a South African DHET registered instance; please contact us for more details. The honours level program presently leads to a MINTS Honours Transcription with the Seminary’s seal stating that this is the equivalent of an Honours degree in South Africa.

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