Kingdom School of Theology

Kingdom School of Theology

Kingdom School of Theology (KST) is an exciting Christian online learning space, providing postgraduate level courses in Theological Ministry Studies.

The courses are primarily designed for Christian ministers in the Pentecostal/Charismatic tradition.

19/02/2024

Wow is all I can say. This beautiful post is from Bishop David Carr. I am reminded of the scripture
”And He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore most gladly I will rather boast in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.“
‭‭II Corinthians‬ ‭12‬:‭9‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

Having preached for 60 years, with human strength and spiritual anointing , I returned home from preaching today amazed at the grace of God

My natural strength through age (79) April and a degenerative disease should limit my preaching ability and my physical mobility, however, just before I rise to preach, I am visibly changed by the Holy Spirit….
I preach with a freedom, my mobility is not a issue, I’m stepping into the anointing I received as a 18 young man

A Pastor today hugged me after the service, emotionally telling me to continue preaching as the anointing is still active
I now have a deeper dependency on God,
I couldn’t do the many leadership functions without “ you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you “
In these days of vulnerability, my function is simple…
To offer Him my brokenness, in exchange for His wholeness..
Then, and only then, can I do all things i through Christ who strengthens me….

22/01/2024

I FEEL C͟A͟L͟L͟E͟D͟ TO PASTOR

“And how shall they preach, except they be S͟E͟N͟T͟?“ Romans 10:15

Everybody wants to be a Senior Pastor (it seems). Pastoral ministry is attractive when all you see are:

•The platforms
•The popularity
•The bright lights
•The response of the congregation
•The honor & appreciation
•The remuneration & lifestyle of some
•The hand of GOD on a Pastor's life

BUT WHAT THEY DON'T SEE ARE:

(1) The hours of counseling sessions with members (which usually fall on deaf ears)

(2) The demonic backlash for helping people see & setting people free

(3) The unrealistic expectations of both those inside & outside the church

(4) The deep grief experienced at the loss of every member (whether they go home to be with the Lord or decide that it’s time for a new church home)

(5) The stress caused by troublemakers, busybodies, immature members, insecure leaders, super spiritual gossips, & competitive peers

(6) The frustration of dealing with undeserved criticism from those who aren’t even faithful

(7) The discouragement of takers coming to the church for financial help but NEVER giving a dime of Tithes or Offerings

(8) The countless hours of study, preparation, self-doubt, & depression that comes from the over analyzing of messages we deliver & how they were or weren't received.

Pastoral Ministry is difficult even for those who were born to do it. It is demanding, draining, & at times disappointing.

So, if you feel CALLED, my advice is submit to the training & wait to be SENT.

-Pastor Hart Ramsey

02/11/2022
14/03/2022

Not only was I not exposed to James Cone or Black theology in seminary (except in the most negative light), to my recollection, we didn’t even read MLK. Not “I Have a Dream” or “Letter from Birmingham Jail” or “Where Do We Go from Here” not even in ethics classes. Nothing.

It’s not that a seminary education has to include assigned readings from each and every major Black or PoC theologian, it’s that the under-representation of such individuals usually means the over-representation of others, namely white men in a Western context.

Just because a white, Western male is doing theology doesn’t *necessarily* mean it’s wrong or bad, but the picture is incomplete. Different people in different contexts ask different questions and seek different applications in theology. We need each other to do theology well.

And this (below) is precisely the perspective I encountered in Reformed circles, not only in theological studies but also among certain church leaders, authors, preachers, etc. The idea that “we alone” get theology right and have little to learn from other groups except what *not* to do.

14/10/2020

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