"If a man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honor, sanctified, and meet for the master’s use, and prepared unto every good work.”
- 2 Timothy 2:21
Motto: "Prepared for His Highest Purpose"
***Must be a second year graduate to enroll in this program.
The purpose of this program is to provide instructional and experiential leadership development that when completed will produce graduates with outstanding leadership characteristics and men and women of integrity. Furthermore, the goal of the Honors Program is to produce leaders of honor, sanctified and useful to the Master, prepared and ready for every good work.
The Profile of an Honors Program Student
- Battle Ready
- Consistent in Prayer
- Spirit Led
- Word Proficient
Expectations of the Honors Program Students
1 Timothy 3
- Your lifestyle must be above reproach.
- Your attitude must influence others positively.
- Let the Fruit of The Spirit guide your life actions.
- You must be willing to change into a vessel of honor.
- You are expected to attend ALL chapel services.
- You must pursue academic excellence. A minimum of 2.5 GPA must be maintained. Failure of any course is unacceptable and grounds for dismissal from the program. Class tardiness is unacceptable.
- You must be willing to take on the responsibilities of leadership whenever there is a need.
Associate of Applied Science in Advanced Leadership
The student must first graduate from one of the two-year AAS
programs at Valor and apply in order to be accepted into The Honors Program. Upon completion of the one-year Advanced Leadership program, the student will:
- Be able to mentor and guide people in spiritual and leadership development.
- Impact worship and ministry opportunities by possessing, recognizing and being sensitive to the anointing and flow of the Spirit of God.
- Possess the advanced knowledge and training necessary to provide leadership within the framework of the local church and outside the church.
- Understand the Biblical concept of authority and the ministry of helps which will enable the student to effectively work within a pastoral staff.
- Have the skills to administrate a local church/ministry situation using various means so that people will grow in Christ.
- Further develop their skills of communication in various areas in order to effectively minister in various settings using the fivefold ministry gifting.
Bible and Theology = 9 Credit Hours
Practical Ministry = 23 Credit Hours
Total Required for Certificate = 32 Credit Hours
Biblical and Theological Studies - 9 Credit Hours
Practical Ministry - 23 Credit Hours
||Manners and Customs of the Bible
||Old Testament Intensive
||New Testament Intensive
||Principles of Management
||Church Administrative Management
||Principles of Prayer
||Molding Through Mentorship
||Dynamics of Team Leadership
||Leadership in Ministry
||Leadership Practicum I
||Leadership Practicum II