Thank you for taking the time to visit our church, even though we are made up of many races and creeds we look at ourselves as a family. The Mt. Olivet Gospel Church was established in 1958 under the leadership and founder of the late Reverend Felix J. Ferguson. From it's beginning, Mt. Olivet has been a light house to the community, serving in any way it could. We believe that the only way anyone can come to our heavenly Father is through His Son Jesus Christ. We beleive that Jesus died on the cross for our sins. Everyone has sinned and fallen short of the glory of God; therefore we must all repent of our sins by the name of Jesus Christ. We believe that Jesus is soon to come and everyone that has received Him into their hearts as personal savior and lord will be saved, and be with Him forevermore. We believe that the bible in its entirety is the only authority that teaches how to live a holy life.
Our school was formed because of a need for
individuals to achieve a higher advanced study for God's Word.
Mt. Olivet School of Ministry
- September 4 & 5 : Registration
- September 11 & 12 : Classes begin
- September 19 : Last day to enroll or drop/add classes without penalty
- October 10 : Last day to withdraw without failing grade
- December 11 & 12 : Final Examination
- December 11 & 12 : Pre-registration
- January 15 & 16 : Registration
- January 22 & 23 : Classes begin
- February 6 : Last day to enroll or drop/add classes without penalty
- February 20 : Last day to withdraw without a failing grade
- *April 16 & 17 : Easter Break
- May 14 & 15 : Final Examination
- May 21 : Class Night
- May 25 : Graduation
DIPLOMA OF THEOLOGICAL STUDIES CURRICULUM & COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
FALL SEMESTER 2013
DPRM 461: PRAYER
- A study designed to assist the student in evaluating and developing a life of prayer. Various approaches to prayer that have been described in Scripture and by Christian leaders and explored.
DPRM 474: PREMARITAL COUNSELING
- A presentation of specific skills and interventions that enable the counselor to engage prospective marital partners in dialogue concerning the biblical, theological, and psychological aspects of marriage. The history of premarital counseling is reviewed, as is communication theory.