The Incubator International School of Discipleship is established with the vision of providing in-depth foundational teachings to as many believers who desire to be well grounded in the faith and desire to be equipped to disciple new believers, and become resourceful Christian workers and leaders. No structure can exist without a firm foundation. The foundation of any structure anchors and supports everything that is built upon it. The topics covered in this course are absolutely essential foundation on which to build a strong Christian faith. Participants in this course; either a new or long standing believer, or a leader, will be glad they enrolled in the course. 

Overview of the Certificate Course

The ideal way of discipleship is to walk along with a new believer. Jesus lived the ultimate example as He walked with His disciples. This course is an attempt to equip the participants to do the same. The curriculum of the school of discipleship consists of four different modules (FBC 101, FBC 102, FBC 103 and FBC 104) that ultimately combine together to satisfy the requirements for Certificate in Christian Discipleship.

This module is designed to establish new believers, and it is a requirement for believers who have not participated in foundation bible teaching and desire to do so. The topics covered include: Redemption realities, How to grow in Christ, Who you are in Christ, The Holy Spirit and the believer, Overcoming temptations, Baptisms, Stewardship, Giving, Love, etc.

This module goes further to establish the believer on a firm foundation of faith. The topics covered include: Authority of the believer, Christian relationships, Personal evangelism, Fruit and Gifts of the Spirit, Prayer and Fasting, Profiting by the word, Obedience, Healing, Faith, etc.

The topics covered in this module include: Definition, concept and basis of discipleship, Condition of discipleship, Cost of discipleship, Following Jesus, Transforming coverts to disciples, Goals and blessings of discipleship, Systematic discipleship framework, Establishing discipleship programs, etc.