Spring School of Ministry (SSM)is launching in the Spring of 2020, and is dedicated to building the next generation of Revivalists. We want you to consider embarking on a journey with us to equip yourself to fulfill your calling in the body of Christ. SSM will focus on identifying Apostles, Teachers, Pastors, Evangelists, and Prophets, and developing these ministry callings.

SSM is a Spirit-filled school and seeks to empower students to release the power of the Holy Spirit as they identify specific gifts and ministries within themselves. We focus on the transformation of individuals in preparation for ministry first, and then focus on the Bible education of the student second. Our prayer is that Christ will be formed in you just as Paul prayed in Galatians 4:19.

Contact Us

1851 Spring Cypress Road
Spring, Texas 77388
Phone: 281-353-5044
Email:SSM@springfirst.org

School Office Hours:
Tuesday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions

About the School

1What does the school schedule look like?
We generally follow a normal college calendar schedule. No classes are scheduled during holiday weeks or on actual holidays throughout the year. Please refer to the semester calendar provided from the Admissions office.
2What time are the classes held?
Tuesdays from 6pm-9:30pm

A typical SSM class schedule looks like the following:
6:00 PM - 6:55 PM General Assembly
6:55 PM - Break and split up into classes.
7:00 PM - 7:55 PM Session 1
8:00 PM - 8:55 PM Session 2
9:00 PM - 9:30 PM Reflection with Impact Groups
3How can I apply?
Go online to www.springfirst.org and click the button for Spring School of Ministry to launch the application. Please note you cannot save and return to the online application. Be sure to allot yourself enough time to complete it in one sitting. Simply find the "Click the Apply Here" button located above.
4Do you offer summer semester courses?
Not at this time.
5How old do you have to be to attend SSM?
The minimum age is 16 unless approved otherwise by the school directors. There is no maximum.
6Are visitors allowed?
Yes. Students can bring visitors to the school sessions twice for free. After two visits, we ask that the visitor enroll as a student if they would like to attend regularly.
7Do you offer childcare?
Not at this time.

Finances

1What does tuition cover?
Total tuition covers all teaching, training and Freedom Weekend costs. Books are not included.
2Is my tuition refundable or transferable?
In the event a student needs to withdraw from the program, a refund can be prorated at the rate of $100/month as long as that calendar month has not already begun.
3Is financial aid available?
Not at this time.
4What payment types are accepted?
We accept cash, checks and all major credit cards.

If students would like to make a payment online by credit/debit card, they can do so at: www.springfirst.org/SSM. Click on “Tuition Payment” button in order to process payments.

Students can also mail or drop off checks at the address provided below. Please add the student name and payment reason in the memo line. (i.e. Jane Doe – SSM Tuition)
5Are there discounts for family members attending?
Not at this time.
6Do you have a referral program?
Yes. Students currently enrolled can receive a referral credit of $50 once the referred individual has completed their enrollment and made their first tuition payment. The referring student must already be enrolled in order to receive the referral credit. It is applied towards their tuition balance for the following semester if tuition is already paid in full for the current semester.

Curriculum & Credits

1What is “Freedom Weekend” and why is it required?
SSM wants to ensure that students are achieving their highest potential. This weekend is designed to break free of strongholds. We will be teaching help on forgiveness, inner healing, trust building with other students, and much more. This will help develop the student’s intimacy with God. Students will be placed into separate groups based on gender.
2What is an “Impact Group”?
Students are placed into groups of 5-10 students each and are led by an Impact Group Leader. These groups meet to discuss and impart teachings from class to help each individual activate spiritual giftings and achieve the most impact personally. Impact Group Leaders are also available to meet with group members to support and encourage them throughout the semester.
3Is there homework?
Yes. There will be reading required throughout the entire program along with study sheets to help students gain a deeper understanding of God’s word.
4How long is the SSM program?
The program is currently two years long. The school plans on adding a third-year program in the future.
5Do you require a transcript?
No
6Are there any prerequisites needed?
Applicants should have already had a salvation experience, and exhibit a desire for spiritual growth, and a better understanding of scripture.
7Is there a graduation?
Yes, there is a graduation celebration at the end of each year.
8Do you offer transferable credits?
Yes. More to come on this soon.
9Can I get ministry credentials upon graduation?
Yes, students can apply to receive Ministry credentials after completion of Year 2.

Email us at SSM@springfirst.org if you have any further questions not answered here.
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