global evangelism | christian counseling
Global evangelism and christian counseling training. Fresno School of Mission is a non-denominational academic institution that equips Christians called to local/global evangelism and Christian counseling. The vision of Fresno School of Missions is to further God’s Kingdom beyond spiritual, social, cultural, geographical, and ethnic barriers. (Genesis 2:15,3:15, 12:3; Psalm 67; Isaiah 49:6-7; Matthew 5:14, 24:14, 28:16-20; Acts 1:8; Revelation 7:9-10.)
Fresno School of Mission is directed by Nzash Lumeya and located on the campus of Mt. Olive Baptist Church. It offers a Certificate and Diploma in various research fields. In order to receive a Certificate completion of 15 units is required whereas a candidate needs 30 units for a Diploma. An intercultural internship helps a candidate to tackle cultural issues with Christian sensitivity and mind-set.
Independent studies are arranged between a given instructor and student through the Academic Affairs office. Three courses are central to degree completion: Old/New Testament, Mission Biblical Theology, and Intercultural internship.
The vision of Fresno School of Mission is to further God’s Kingdom beyond spiritual, social, cultural, geographical, and ethnic barriers. (Genesis 2:15,3:15, 12:3; Psalm 67; Isaiah 49:6-7; Matthew 5:14, 24:14, 28:16-20; Acts 1:8; Revelation 7:9-10.)
Fresno School Mission (FSM) Local Network.
We praise the Lord for opening doors to FSM. It is joy to network with: Butler Menonite Church, Mt. Olive, Westside Church of God, West Fresno Baptist Church, Family Community Church, North Park, North Point, People Church, North West, West Fresno Ministerial Alliance, Clovis First Baptist Church, Clovis Christian Center, Fresno Reformed Presbyterian Church, Feed My Sheep Ministry, New Beginning, Fresno Rescue Mission, North Fresno, Bethany, First Presbyterian Church, Bethel, Evangelical Social Action, Breaking Revival Free Center, West Fresno Church of God, Fresno Pacific University and Lumeya International Ministries.