Arizona School of Ministry
Certified Level Registration
109 - Pentecostal Doctrine
Prior to class, you will read the book and fill out your Study Guide.
Your Study Guide must be turned in BEFORE the time you are taking class by using the link provided in the confirmation email.
When you attend class, prepare to learn from one of our incredible teachers on this subject! They will teach from their experience as well as walk you through the Study Guide in order to prepare you for the exam.
The exam will be taken online so please prepare to bring a laptop or other electronic device that can connect to internet. You will not be able to use your Study Guide for the exam, so we encourage you to study to be prepared!
If you are taking this class online, you will receive a Zoom link the week of class that you will use to tune in for your class.
Saturday, May 14 at the Arizona Ministry Network Office.Class will take place from 9am - 3pm.
**BOTH classes will be required to attend for full credit**Class will be taken online via Zoom from 6pm-8pm on both dates.
**BOTH dates are required to attend in order to receive full credit**Tuesday, May 3rd & Tuesday, May 17th from 6pm - 8pm at Desert Springs Church in Chandler, AZ.
Saturday, May 14th from 9am - 3pm at Passion Church in Casa Grande, AZ.
Saturday, May 14 from 9am - 3pm at Lifepointe Church in Prescott, AZ.
Saturday, May 14 from 9am-3pm at Praise Center Assemblies of God in Tucson.
Saturday, May 14 from 9am - 3pm at Teen Challenge Ranch for Teen Challenge Staff.
Monday, May 16 from 5pm - 9pm at Radiant Church in Surprise, AZ.
Textbook - Bible Doctrines, A Pentecostal Perspective, William Menzies and Stanley Horton
ISBN # 1607313340
You can CLICK HERE for the link to the textbook.
Bible Doctrines: A Pentecostal Perspective
by William W. Menzies
Courses completed through the Arizona District School of Ministry (ASOM) that are required by the Assemblies of God for credentials meet the educational requirements of the General Council for the respective level of credential. Completion of courses, however, does not guarantee that a ministry credential will be granted, or that preferential treatment will be given to those completing the required ministerial training courses through the school of ministry. The credentialing of ministers is a process separate from the completion of the educational requirements.ASOM is a non-accredited Bible institute. While endorsed by the Executive Presbytery of the General Council of the Assemblies of God for ministerial training, courses completed through the school of ministry do not automatically qualify for college credit.