IS THIS SCHOOL ACCREDITED?
LSSM is recognized by the state of Florida and approved through Transworld Accreditation Commission International to confer degrees in Christian Leadership , Christian Entrepeneurship, or in Christian Clinical or Pastoral Counseling to students upon completion of all relevant requirements. However, students are not eligible for federal or state financial aid, student loans or grants. Upon the student’s satisfactory completion of LSSM’s requirements, and the display of Kingdom values set forth by LSSM, degrees will be issued. Additionally, for non-counseling or entrepeneural degrees, we honor each year as a unit, therefore students receive a certificate of completion at the conclusion of each year they have satisfactorily completed. Scholarships may be available upon Board review. Among others, our graduating students pursing additional collegiate training may transfer their credits to Destiny College, Horizon Bible College & Seminary or Tabernacle Bible College & Seminary.
HOW ARE WE AFFILIATED WITH BETHEL CHURCH, REDDING, CA?
We are a Global Legacy affiliate, which is part of Bethel’s global network of churches. We are in relational-standing with BSSM and are approved to receive their 3rd year interns for further training/internships. Our core leadership and ministry structure for follows what is recommended by BSSM at www.ibethel.org/category/faq/bssm-dvd-curriculum.
WHERE IS THE LOCATION OF THE SCHOOL?
2702 Causeway Center Dr. Tampa, FL 33619
WHAT TIMES DOES THE SCHOOL MEET?
Monday from 6:30-9:30p and a Saturday a month from 9-3 for training and revival meetings. One Friday a month we go on Treasure Hunts or Outreaches. Mission’s and local Ministry trips are available and highly encouraged, but not mandatory. LSSM adheres to a traditional school model of 8-months with about 4-months off for Summer break. School begins at the end of August and concludes at the beginning of May. Holiday breaks include a total of 3-4 weeks.
APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY HOURS OF SCHOOL DO I NEED TO DO A WEEK?
Reading on your own time is expected and is a large part of our curriculum. There are approximately 600-1000 pages of mandatory reading throughout the year. That works out to about 4-8 pages of reading every day. Additionally, 2-3 chapters of the Word, daily. So plan on reading 30–45 minutes a day, minimum. Thankfully, it’s all amazing, life-transforming content.
IS IT POSSIBLE FOR ME TO HAVE A JOB?
The majority of our student body have full/part time jobs or are stay-at-home parents during their enrollment year.
WHO TEACHES THE CLASSES?
Seasoned local 5-fold instructors make up our in-house teaching staff. Several instructors have completed Bethel’s Leadership Development Program 1&2. We’re also blessed to have BSSM 3rd year Alumni. Certified Life Coaches and Certified Counselors. Additionally, our speakers and visiting faculty are world-renowned ministers and many are frequent speakers at Bethel Church.
WHAT CURRICULUM DO WE USE?
Our primary curriculum for the ministry school is from Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. We augment this extraoridary resource with Sapphire Leadership Group, Lance Learning Group, Public Speaking Resources, Various Specialized Subject and Instructional Resources.
WHAT IS THE MISSION OF THE SCHOOL?
Legacy School of Supernatural Ministry is activating a generation to where the supernatural becomes the natural and is releasing them to reveal heaven on earth.
IS THERE AN APPLICATION FEE?
$50 application non-refundable for first year or transferring students, only
WHAT IS THE APPLICATION PROCESS?
Once we have received your application, personal and pastoral references, we will contact you via email to set up an interview (phone or face-to-face). After the interview, you will receive an email regarding acceptance.
HOW MUCH WILL THE SCHOOL COST?
$2,400 includes all course materials for the year. Not included in tuition is a yearly missions trip & the Student Resource Book. All 4-year degreed students, must complete a trip to Israel with LSSM. Scholarships may be awarded upon Board review. Discounts are offered to married couples. Payment plans may be made upon review.
DO I NEED TO BE A MEMBER OF LEGACY CHURCH IN ORDER TO ATTEND THE SCHOOL?
No. We have trained and equipped students from all different churches and encourage you to remain active in your local home church. Attendance at Legacy weekly services is not required or expected. Leaders are also welcome to continue training and equipping yourself. Many leaders have remained enrolled and will graduate with degrees.
IS THERE ANY AGE REQUIREMENTS?
This school is targeted for adults (18 years and older) who are passionate about pursuing their God-given destiny, hungry to walk in the supernatural and willing to take risks in love, honor and compassion. Consideration will be taken for high school home schoolers or dual enrolled students.
MAY I AUDIT A CLASS OR TWO
You may Audit a Monday night or a Saturday intensive upon request by email or calling our offices. A Monday night audit is $25 and a Saturday is $50. [email protected]
WILL THERE BE HOUSING FOR OUT OF TOWN/INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS?
No housing is offered at this time. Students are responsible for their own living expenses.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EDUCATOR & EMPLOYER
Every member of the school is regarded as of equal worth and importance, irrespective of his/her creed, culture, class, race, gender, sexuality and/or disability. A good education for all our students is possible only if equal opportunity practices are an integral feature of all aspects of the life of the school. Equal Opportunities practices should be evident in
- the formal curriculum (the program of lessons);
- the informal curriculum (extra-curricular activities); and
- the ‘hidden’ curriculum (the ethos of the school, the quality of personal relationships etc).
All members of the school should be aware of our equal opportunities policies. This includes students, teaching staff, and education support staff. Any member of the school acting in a manner contrary to the spirit of the policy should be made aware of the unacceptable nature of his/her behavior. Equal opportunities issues should be seen as inter-related and as applying to all aspects of our school life.