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Bishop Lewter Bundle

"Pentecostal Power: The Impact of the Azusa Street Revival"


"Pioneers of Faith: Tracing the Evolution of Bible Institutes in America"


"Reviving Reverence: Understanding the Impact of Rev. J. H. Jackson's Preaching and Leadership"


"Marked by Grace: Understanding the Gospel of Mark"


"Echoes of Division: Revisiting the Great Schism of 1054 AD"


Total price $135 Offer Price is $99

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"Sacred Roots: Exploring Black History through the Lens of the Black Church"


"Beyond the Screen: Empowering Narratives of African Queens Inspired by “The Women King”


"Guardians of Grace: Exploring Stewardship in the Church"


Total price $81 Offer Price is $67

Our One Year Flagship Study Program

Biblical Studies Certificate Program

The Biblical Studies Certificate Program is a comprehensive one-year course designed for ministers, pastors, Christian educators, church leaders, and anyone with a keen interest in deepening their understanding of the Bible. This self-paced program offers flexibility through a variety of learning materials and interactive study sessions.

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Bishop Lewter

"Sacred Roots" is a comprehensive exploration of the intertwined narratives of Black history and the Black Church. This course delves into the pivotal role that the Black Church has played in shaping the African American experience, identity, and struggle for liberation. Through an interdisciplinary approach, students will examine historical, sociological, theological, and cultural perspectives to gain a deep understanding of the dynamic relationship between Black history and the Black Church.

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In this dynamic and enlightening course, we embark on a journey that transcends the confines of cinematic representation to explore the rich tapestry of African queens and the indomitable spirit of African American women. Inspired by the evocative storytelling of "The Women King," we delve into the legacies of legendary African queens such as the Kandake Queens, Nubian Queens, Queen Nzinga, and the Queens of Dahomey, while drawing parallels to the courage and resilience of modern-day icons like Harriet Tubman, Angela Davis, and Alysa Stanton.

Throughout this course, participants will engage in a multifaceted exploration of historical narratives, cultural representations, and contemporary movements, shedding light on the profound impact of African queens and African American women on the course of history and social change. By examining the intersectionality of gender, race, and power, we aim to uncover the hidden stories, amplify marginalized voices, and celebrate the triumphs of African queens and African American women in shaping their own destinies and challenging systemic oppression.

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"Guardians of Grace: Exploring Stewardship in the Church" is a comprehensive course designed to deepen participants' understanding of stewardship principles within the context of Christian faith communities. Through a blend of theological exploration, practical application, and experiential learning, participants will embark on a journey to discover the profound significance of stewardship in nurturing vibrant and faithful church communities.

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Bishop Lewter

Course Description This course equips aspiring authors with essential skills and knowledge to effectively write and publish books that carry their unique voice and message to the world. With a focus on ministry, participants learn how writing can serve as a powerful tool to spread the gospel and impact lives globally. Key Topics Covered: Writing Fundamentals: Participants discover the significance of writing as a mandate in ministry. They learn that writing is not optional but an essential assignment to fulfill their calling. Drawing inspiration from biblical examples, such as Habakkuk and Jeremiah, participants understand the prophetic nature of their voice and the timeless impact of their written words. Getting Started: The course emphasizes the importance of overcoming common barriers to writing, such as insecurity and imposter syndrome. Participants are encouraged to tap into their personal experiences and sermon content as a foundation for their writing journey. They learn to recognize the global reach and impact their message can have. Identifying Purpose and Audience: Participants are guided to clarify their purpose for writing and identify their target audience. Understanding the demographic and pain points of their readers helps tailor their message effectively. They are encouraged to explore various genres and gain inspiration from existing works. Creating a Writing Environment: Practical strategies for establishing a conducive writing environment are provided. Participants learn to minimize distractions, set boundaries, and allocate dedicated time for writing. Tips for finding inspiration and maintaining discipline, such as reading and recording thoughts, are shared. Crafting Content: The importance of outlining and structuring the book's content around a central theme is highlighted. Participants are encouraged to focus on delivering valuable solutions and practical insights to their readers. Strategies for overcoming writer's block and adapting the writing process are explored. Publishing Options: Different publishing routes, including traditional, hybrid, and self-publishing, are discussed. Participants learn about the pros and cons of each approach and gain insights into navigating the publishing industry. Practical considerations, such as copyright issues and building a publishing team, are addressed. What Students Will LearnStudents who enroll in this course will gain a comprehensive understanding of writing for ministry, equipping them with the necessary skills to effectively communicate their message through written form. They will learn the fundamental principles of writing as a mandate in ministry, drawing inspiration from biblical examples and understanding the prophetic nature of their voice. Through practical guidance, students will discover how to overcome common barriers to writing, identify their purpose and target audience, and create a conducive writing environment. They will also learn essential strategies for crafting compelling content, including outlining, structuring, and adapting their writing process. Additionally, students will explore various publishing options, from traditional to self-publishing, and gain insights into navigating the publishing industry. Overall, this course empowers students to fulfill their calling as writers in ministry, enabling them to effectively share their message with the world and make a lasting impact. Overall, the course empowers participants to fulfill their calling as writers in ministry by providing them with the tools, strategies, and confidence to effectively write, publish, and share their message with the world. About the Instructor Bishop Stephanie Stratford Bishop Stephanie Stratford is a dynamic and visionary leader in the realm of post-pandemic church and ministry. With a career marked by adaptability, compassion, and a deep commitment to spiritual growth, Bishop Stratford has emerged as a beacon of hope and innovation in the face of uncertainty.  Born and raised in a small town with a rich religious heritage, Bishop Stratford developed a profound love for the church from an early age. She felt a calling to serve others and embarked on a journey of faith that would shape her future endeavors. After completing her theological education, Bishop Stratford was ordained as a minister, laying the foundation for her lifelong dedication to the ministry.  Throughout her career, Bishop Stratford has encountered numerous challenges and opportunities for growth. However, it was the unprecedented events of the COVID-19 pandemic that truly tested her resilience and creativity. As the world grappled with the effects of the pandemic, Bishop Stratford recognized the need for innovative approaches to ministry in order to meet the evolving needs of her congregation.

Bishop Lewter

"Queens of Resilience: Honoring the Legacy of Black Women" is an inspiring and enlightening course that delves into the rich history, enduring strength, and remarkable contributions of Black women throughout the ages. This course is designed to celebrate the resilience, courage, and resilience of Black women who have overcome adversity and left an indelible mark on society.
Throughout the course, students will embark on a captivating journey through time, exploring the lives and achievements of iconic Black women who have paved the way for future generations. From trailblazing leaders and activists to groundbreaking artists and intellectuals, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the diverse roles and significant impact of Black women in shaping history and culture.
Through thought-provoking discussions, engaging multimedia presentations, and insightful readings, students will examine the challenges faced by Black women and the strategies they employed to navigate and overcome obstacles. Themes such as intersectionality, identity, representation, and empowerment will be explored in depth, allowing students to gain a nuanced understanding of the complexities of Black womanhood.
Moreover, "Queens of Resilience" will highlight lesser-known stories and unsung heroines, shedding light on the often overlooked contributions of Black women in various fields and industries. By amplifying their voices and honoring their legacies, this course aims to inspire and empower students to recognize the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in society.
Ultimately, "Queens of Resilience: Honoring the Legacy of Black Women" seeks to celebrate the strength, resilience, and enduring legacy of Black women, while fostering a deeper appreciation for their invaluable contributions to the world. Through exploration, reflection, and dialogue, students will emerge from this course with a newfound appreciation for the queens of resilience who have shaped history and continue to inspire generations to come.

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The Voices of the Harlem Renaissance course delves into the vibrant cultural and intellectual movement that emerged in Harlem, New York, during the early 20th century. This course offers an in-depth exploration of the significant voices that shaped the Harlem Renaissance, spanning literature, scholarship, entertainment, sports, and religion. Through interdisciplinary study and critical analysis, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the historical context, key figures, and enduring impact of this transformative period in African American history and culture.
Course Objectives:
To examine the historical and socio-cultural factors that contributed to the emergence of the Harlem Renaissance.
To explore the diverse range of artistic expressions, literary works, and intellectual discourse produced during the Harlem Renaissance.
To analyze the contributions of key figures such as Alain Locke, Langston Hughes, Duke Ellington, and Jack Johnson, among others, across various fields including scholarship, literature, entertainment, sports, and religion.
To critically evaluate the representation and portrayal of race, identity, and social issues within the works of Harlem Renaissance artists and intellectuals.
To assess the impact of the Harlem Renaissance on African American culture, literature, and society, as well as its broader influence on American history and beyond.
To engage in discussions, research, and creative projects that deepen understanding and appreciation of the diverse voices and perspectives within the Harlem Renaissance.
To develop analytical and critical thinking skills through close examination of primary texts, artworks, and historical documents from the Harlem Renaissance era.
To reflect on the relevance and resonance of the themes and legacies of the Harlem Renaissance in contemporary culture and society.

Bishop Lewter

Embark on a captivating journey through time as we delve into the remarkable narrative of the Azusa Street Revival, a pivotal event that transformed the landscape of Christianity in the 20th century. This course offers a comprehensive exploration of the Azusa Street Revival movement, from its humble origins in Los Angeles to its profound impact on a global scale.
Throughout the course, students will trace the historical context leading up to the revival, examining the socio-political and religious conditions of early 20th century America that paved the way for such a significant spiritual awakening. We will delve into the life of William J. Seymour, the African-American pastor whose leadership was instrumental in igniting the revival at the Apostolic Faith Mission on Azusa Street.

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In this course, we embark on a captivating journey through the history of Bible Institutes in America, exploring their profound impact on the landscape of American Christianity. Through a blend of engaging lectures, interactive discussions, and immersive readings, participants will delve into the origins, growth, and transformation of these influential institutions.
Through this course, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the dynamic history, diverse perspectives, and enduring significance of Bible Institutes in shaping the faith and practice of believers in America. Whether students, scholars, or practitioners in the field of religious studies, this course offers a compelling exploration of the pioneers who paved the way for generations of faithful leaders and learners.

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In "Reviving Reverence," participants will embark on a profound journey into the life, preaching, and leadership of Rev. Joseph Harrison Jackson, a pivotal figure in the National Baptist Convention. This course is designed to delve deeply into the significance of his legacy, exploring how his preaching style, theological insights, and leadership principles continue to resonate today.
"Reviving Reverence" offers participants a unique opportunity to deepen their understanding of Rev. Joseph Harrison Jackson's profound impact on preaching, leadership, and social change. By exploring his life, legacy, and preaching, participants will gain valuable insights into how to honor his memory while also advancing the principles of justice, faith, and reverence in their own lives and communities. Join us as we journey through the rich tapestry of Rev. Joseph Harrison Jackson's life and work, discovering timeless lessons for today's world.

About The Instructor,

Bishop Andy C. Lewter, D. Min

Bishop Lewter is a native of Brooklyn, NY with an undergraduate degree in Religion from Oberlin College in Oberlin, OH. He holds a Masters of Divinity degree from Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, MA (1979) and a Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH (1994).

He is a founding bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship where he has served as a state bishop, General Overseer, Director of Christian Education and currently serves as the fellowship's Historian.

He brings to his teaching a substantial amount of pastoral experience having served the Star of Bethlehem Baptist Church of Ossining, NY (1978-1985), the Oakley Full Gospel Baptist Church (1985-2005), the Hollywood Full Gospel Baptist Cathedral of Amityville, NY (2006-present) and the Queens Ministry of New York City (2014-present)

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