Associate Degree in Ministry (ADM) – Module 11

Course Prerequisite(s)

Associate Degree in Ministry (ADM) – Module 11

Course Prerequisite(s)


The Fgi ADM programme was created as a training ground for those who sense a call into the fivefold ministry of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. Yet, we encourage all who desire to do a deeper study into God’s Word to get straight into this course after completing the DIM.

Persons enrolled in this programme can train for ministry, pursue an intense study of the Bible, enhance their present skills, learn how to better relate to people, and obtain invaluable instruction on corporate leadership, fiduciary responsibility, taxation, investment, debt and Kingdom financial principles. (CIM & DIM have to be completed before a student can enrol for ADM) Persons enrolled in this programme, who successfully complete both modules, will receive an Associate Degree in Ministry. Students who meet all graduation requirements may participate in the FBI graduation commencement exercises in full cap and gown.

This course can take 6 -12 months to complete, depending on the amount of time spent studying daily. On average 1-3 hours of dedicated study time per day is required to complete this course in under 12 months. This DIM program is measured in academic credit hours. Academic credit hours are transferable from one post-secondary institution to another and are subject to the guidelines and restrictions of the post-secondary institution that receives the credits.

In order to complete the ADM, the student needs to complete all 28 credits added to the DIM course for a total of 100 credits towards your degree. These 28 credits are made up of Modules 9-11. Some module 11 subjects will not require you to write an exam, but the knowledge gained here will be put to the test when you have to put a ministry business plan together in Module 12.

What Will I Learn?

  • 10 credits

Topics for this course

67 Lessons80h

ADM/CC: Counselling with Competence?

The purpose of this introductory study is to clarify the counselling process and the role of the counselor. We will look at practical issues during the counselling session and pitfalls to avoid.
Counselling with Competence – Syllabus and NOTES00:00:00
Session 1: Counselling with Competence Part 100:40:50
Session 2: Counselling with Competence Part 200:40:56
Session 3: Counselling with Competence Part 300:40:44
Session 4: Counselling with Competence Part 400:40:39
Counselling with Competence MIDTERM
Session 5: Counselling with Competence Part 500:40:35
Session 6: Counselling with Competence Part 600:38:50
Counselling with Competence FINAL

ADM/MS: Missions?

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ADM/PFR: Principles of Fiduciary Responsibility and Public Accountability

ADM/MGR: Ministry Governance, Regulatory Environment and Examination of Practical Issues

ADM/MFP: Ministry Formation and Operating as a Public Benefit Organisation

ADM/PMP: Practical Ministry Administration Processes

ADM/FIB: Basic Financial Principles, Investment and Budgeting (Personal Finance and Related Considerations)

ADM/PDD: Principles, Practice and Dangers of Debt

ADM/KFP: Kingdom Financial Principles

About the instructors

Carl Davis


DMiss, MDiv, LTh, BMin

Experience:  Dr Davis has spent many years in the Academic field, firstly as Lecturer and later as the Rector of a Bible School who had students in more than 36 Countries.

He lectured in 13 different Countries, not only in Theology, but also on subjects like Management and Leadership.

He is also a graduate of the University of Stellenbosch's Facilitative Leadership Programme.

He is a SETA accredited Facilitator and Assessor and has published 19 books (so far!).

Dr Carl is Married to Ronel Davis and they have 2 sons, Kevin and Brent Davis.

Zama Gumede


Zama Gumede was born and raised in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal. She gave her heart to the Lord as a young girl and started serving him fully at the age of 26. After seeing an advertisement for the Missions Training Program, her pastor prayed and told her that she wanted to send her. After the four month training in February 2013, Zama felt that God was calling her to join Every Tribe Missions staff full time.


Zama is now the Head of Every Tribe Missions and she is passionate about seeing people discover their true identity in Christ as well as discover their God given purpose.

Zama is an avid believer in God’s Word and its ability to transform lives.

Greg Clur


Greg is a born and bred East Londoner and was schooled throughout his school years at Selborne Primary and then Selborne College. In 1981 he commenced his university experience and read for a Bachelor of Commerce Degree at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. He completed a post graduate Higher Diploma in Accountancy and finally qualified as a Chartered Accountant after passing the Public Accountants and Auditors’ Board examination in 1986.

Greg completed three years articles with Deloitte Touche in Sandton Johannesburg, served in the military for an 18 month period and then commenced a career as a practicing accountant and tax practitioner for 13 years in a family business named after his father called, Graham Clur and Associates.

In February 2003, Greg answered the call of God to come to Christian ministry and he joined the River Group in East London, South Africa, incorporating River Ministries and Faith Broadcasting Network as the chief financial officer of the group.

Greg has developed a passion for teaching students, especially in areas relating to potential, leadership and the process of bringing young visions to reality and fulfillment. He also teaches extensively on business principles and the effective stewardship of Christian ministry.

Greg is married to Juanita (then Roebert) and has two married children. A daughter Jade, who is married to Chad Spencer and reside in Elmira, New York State, United States of America and Niall, who is married to Tayla and are currently the young adults’ pastors of River Ministries.


Dean Sangerhaus

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