Jesus welcomed the people, taught them about the Kingdom of God and healed those in need. Luke 9:11
Modular School - Teaching Format

The Modular School - Teaching Format

The Modular School is in three parts:

Part A

Modular School Part A is a series of 10 weekend courses spread over a one or two year period. Part A is designed to present key principles relating to the healing ministry and to encourage and challenge in a gentle and sensitive way. The courses are progressive in their teaching content, and for this reason students are encouraged to go through them in the established order, culminating in the Healing Workshop which gives practical experience in the healing ministry.

Part B

For those who complete Modular School Part A, there is an optional follow-on School (Modular B) which builds on the understanding gained, and consists of 10 further weekend courses spread over a further one year period. These cover major areas of need among hurting and broken people. Students on Modular B may be given the opportunity to apply what they learn in prayer ministry situations under the supervision of an Ellel prayer ministry team member.

Part C

For those who have completed Modular School Parts A and B, some centres offer further training on Modular C. This provides an excellent opportunity to move forward in your personal growth and fulfilment of your God-given destiny. Please contact your local centre to discuss the options available to you.

The depth of healing that came through the father heart of God was truly amazing! I came on the school to learn how to help others - but I now know God brought me here to deal with me!

Tutorials and Assignments

The School has dedicated tutors who help to facilitate discussions during tutorial sessions. These sessions do not form part of our standard training courses - they are a special feature of the Modular School. Students find these to be a place of love, acceptance and fellowship as well as a place where the learning process is enhanced. The tutors also issue homework assignments to those who wish to carry out further study, although these are not compulsory. At the close of the School a certificate of completion will be issued for those who have attended all the modules.