School for Prophecy
Engaging Your Prophetic Calling
Level Three Training Course Curriculum

Topic 1: Prophetic Identity

Prophetic Identity looks at those key aspects of our sonship in Christ which are critical in the long-term survival, success and sustainability of any significant prophetic ministry.

Chapter 1: Employing Emotional Intelligence

The first Prophetic Identity subject introduces Emotional Intelligence, its biblical foundations and how its approach to the key area of self-awareness, or maturity, can help us to achieve our full potential.

Chapter 2: Embracing God’s Discipline

The second Prophetic Identity subject dispels the common misinterpretations of judgement, punishment and negative criticism surrounding God’s discipline, and provides a clear, healthy and biblical understanding of its correct purpose, application and response.

Chapter 3: Engaging Godly Assertiveness

The final Prophetic Identity subject seeks to ensure we experience our true and full identity as sons of God by addressing the key issues surrounding being true to ourselves and how to positively engage in any resulting confrontation.

Topic 2: Prophetic Culture

Prophetic Culture examines the context, capabilities and conventions that the prophetic ministry needs to be able to operate fruitfully, and the challenges and common mistakes often encountered. 

Chapter 4: Managing the Prophetic Environment

The first Prophetic Culture subject examines the important subject of how to create, operate and sustain a healthy prophetic environment that provides expectation, encouragement and example, the three key ingredients that prophecy needs to grow.

Chapter 5: Mentoring the Prophetic Person

The second Prophetic Culture subject establishes key biblical principles for the successful mentoring of those with the gift of prophecy, addressing the many classic character profiles of prophetic people and showing how to help them discover their true identity in Christ.

Chapter 6: Maturing the Prophetic Contribution

The final Prophetic Culture subject looks specifically at the crucial subject of maturing the prophetic contribution, from the perspectives of those giving, those receiving and the leadership, and lays down core biblical principles while addressing the more common challenges. Topic 3: Prophetic Leadership

Prophetic Leadership highlights key aspects of the New Covenant prophet’s and prophetess’s calling, capabilities and commitments in their body function, team ministry and spiritual authority. 

Chapter 7: Biblical Role of a Prophet

The first Prophetic Leadership subject clearly lays out the biblical role of a New Covenant prophet or prophetess, their essential and effective capabilities, and how they integrate and operate within the body of Christ.

Chapter 8: Building a Prophetic Team

The second Prophetic Leadership subject explores the rationale and benefits of developing a prophetic team, and how to organise their successful operation while avoiding some classic mistakes.

Chapter 9: Balancing Leadership, Authority and Accountability

The final Prophetic Leadership subject builds on the subject Partnering with Our Leaders [L2:6.] by looking in detail at the challenges and practical application of leadership, authority and accountability.

Topic 4: Prophetic Strategy

Prophetic Strategy identifies key areas of interaction, overlap and synergy between the apostolic and prophetic ministries in revealing God’s purposes and how to build the kingdom of God.

Chapter 10: Understanding God’s Ways

The first Prophetic Strategy subject examines how understanding the character of God can reveal the eternal motives for what He does and as a result give us a better insight into His methods.

Chapter 11: Unleashing the Kingdom of Heaven 

The second Prophetic Strategy subject explains the characteristics of the kingdom of heaven, how to fully engage with it in our daily lives, and avoid some of the more common myths, misnomers and misunderstandings.

Chapter 12: Unlocking Prophecy in the Local Church

The final Prophetic Strategy subject tackles the challenging subject of developing prophecy in the local church by examining the key biblical practices required and addressing some of the more common concerns and mistakes associated with this process.