Course Calendar

The War College                                                         2015-2006 Curriculum

 Vancouver, Canada                                                          

Board of Reference: General Eva Burrows, Stacey Campbell, Wesley Campbell, Commissioner Shaw Clifton, Lieut-Colonel Don Copple, Dr. David Demian, Commissioner Wesley Harris, Commissioner Phil Needham, Major Chick Yuill.

Faculty: Major Jamie Braund, General Eva Burrows, Michael Collins, Lieut-Colonel Don Copple, Captain Stephen Court, Jonathan Evans, Faytene Kryskow, Jeni Parsons, Colonel Earl Robinson, Captain Danielle Strickland, Aaron White.

Visiting: Major Doug Burr, Commissioner Wesley Harris, General Eva Burrows, Major Janet Munn, Major Richard Munn, Captain Robert Marshall, Elaine Gillingham, Ian Gillingham.

 All courses are required for graduation.  Content is subject to change.
 

Spiritual Basics Core Courses

SB 101 Basic Training 1

SB 102 Basic Training 2

SB 103 Basic Warfare

SB 104 The Salvation War on the Postmodern Front

SB 105 Perspectives in Leadership

SB 106 Spiritual Accountability
 

Spiritual Disciplines Courses

SD 201 Spiritual Disciplines

SD 202 Extreme Prophetic

SD 203 Multiplication Practicum

SD 204 Warfare Worship

SD 205 A Hero's Romance

SD 206 Extreme Warfare Survey
 

Spiritual Warfare Courses

SW 301 Extreme Evangelism

SW 302 Extreme Holiness

SW 303 Be a Hero

SW 304 Special Operations

SW 305 Comparative Warfare Strategy

SW 306 Advanced Warfare Research

SW 307 Colloquium on Warfare Science
 

Modular Courses

MOD 101 Battle Lessons from Revelation

MOD 102 Salvation Army Essentials

MOD 103 Warfare Propaganda

MOD 104 Apostolic Leadership

MOD 105 School of Justice

MOD 106 Fullness
 

Spiritual Basics Core Courses

OUTLINES

SB 101 Basic Training I

Personal requirements for success in war

  • Praying the Bible

  • Listening to God

  • Bible reading and prayer methods

  • Journaling.

Instructor: Captain Danielle Strickland
 

SB 102 Basic Training II

Personal training in deliverance and sanctification

  • Personal deliverance through the four gates (sin, occult, hurts, and inheritance), Booth's Seven Steps, intro to demonic engagement 

  • Character and holiness

Instructor: Elaine Gillingham, TWC Faculty
 

SB 103 Basic Warfare

SCOPE: In SB 103, students investigate fundamental warfighting principles. 

  • Evangelism Theory (power evangelism, needs evangelism, prayer evangelism, tract evangelism, apologetics, etc.)

  • Elements of Discipleship

  • Principles of Intimacy

  • Aspects of Salvationism

Student make both personal and tactical application.

Instructor: Michael Collins, TWC Faculty (and a coordinator)
 

SB 104 The Salvation War on the Postmodern Front

SCOPE: Using seminars, interactive multi-media, and reading and reflection exercises, the course teases out the tension between relevance and prophetic integrity toward the goal of mission accomplishment. Students will place themselves in the context of a new culture for effectiveness in an old war.

Instructor: Aaron White, 614 Vancouver REgener8 leader
 

SB 105 The Faces Of A Warrior: Perspectives in Leadership

SCOPE: Using seminars, guest lectures, reflective journaling, and introspective activities, the course examines the roles of the warrior as: Model, Shepherd, Coach, and Warfighter.  Students participate in a wide range of activities that include seminar discussions, interviews with officers, etc..

Instructor: Lieutenant-Colonel Don Copple, DC BC Division
 

SB 106 Spiritual Accountability

SCOPE: Student will be personally connected with a faculty member/SA leader in a discipling relationship to ensure steady growth and accountability.

Instructor: Captain Stephen Court, TWC Faculty (coordinator)
 

Spiritual Disciplines Courses

OUTLINES

SD 201 Spiritual Disciplines

  • Simplicity and faith

  • Fasting

  • Meditation, etc.

Instructor: Ian Gillingham, TWC Faculty
 

SD 202 Extreme Prophetic

  • Prophetic and logistical readiness

  • Revelation, interpretation, and application

  • Discernment, words of knowledge, and rhema.

Instructor: Elaine Gillingham, TWC Faculty
 

SD 203 Multiplication Practicum

SCOPE: Student will begin a formal discipling relationship with a young convert under the supervision of a faculty member.  Theory and tools will equip the students to continue replication after graduation.

Instructor: Captain Stephen Court, TWC Faculty (coordinator)
 

SD 204 Warfare Worship

SCOPE: SD 204 deals with David's Tabernacle and Harp and Bowl, and will be a clinical course that will enable students to practise and experience the lessons taught about this much-overlooked, and yet very powerful aspect of warfare.  Freedom in warfare worship will help win battles.

Instructor: Captain Danielle Strickland, TWC Faculty
 

SD 205 A Hero's Romance

SCOPE: There is nothing like a war story.  This course takes the Biblical text and brings the Apostle Paul to life.  Students will learn lessons from Paul's life, warfare, and teaching that will transform their own lives and warfare.

Instructor: Commissioner Wesley Harris
 

SD 206 Extreme Warfare Survey

SCOPE: We stand on the shoulders of giants.  In this course, students will read specially chosen incendiary texts and meet weekly to discussed assigned portions.  SD 206 will inspire lively debate and radical life-change.

Instructor: Captain Stephen Court, TWC Faculty
 

Spiritual Warfare Courses

OUTLINES

SW 301 Extreme Evangelism

SCOPE: This course is designed to train the students to the tactical level of war in various expressions of evangelism, with a thread of leadership, doctrine, and spiritual gifts.  This will be a clinical course. 

Instructor: Michael Collins, TWC Faculty
 

SW 302 Extreme Holiness

  • Biblical Holiness

  • Theological Ramifications of extreme holiness

  • Holiness and revival

  • Holiness and social justice

Instructor: Colonel Earl Robinson, TWC Faculty
 

SW 303 Be a Hero

SCOPE: Based on the BE A HERO text, this course will instruct the student on the Biblical history and theology, the historic victories of the battle for mercy and justice. Students will learn the current state of the seven deadlies around the world and be trained and challenged to mobilize and become mobilizers of a 10,000 hero army to help win the world for Jesus. 

Instructor: Captain Stephen Court, TWC Faculty
 

SW 304 Special Operations (Intercession and the enemy)

  • Levels of spiritual warfare (insurgency/counter-insurgency)

  • Fundamentals of Salvation Army strategy

  • Current successful non-SA structures/models

  • Possible models for 21st century war

  • Special Operations and Intercession

Instructor: Ian Gillingham, TWC Faculty
 

SW 305 Cities and Nations

This course deals with strategies and tactics, networking and prayer.

Instructor: Captain Stephen Court, TWC Faculty
 

SW 306 Advanced Warfare Research

SCOPE: Original research or specialized study can be accomplished in any of the many fields within The War College.  The course consists of three phases. 

First: agreement on a subject area for research.  Research may involve field trips and personal interviews with experts in the area of study. 

Second: independent research and preparation of a draft analytical paper or report detailing the findings. 

Third: presentation of the findings before the student body.

Instructor: Captain Stephen Court, TWC Faculty (coordinator)
 

SW 307 Colloquium in Warfare Science

SCOPE: The colloquium uses seminar discussions to analyze and debate issues of command and leadership.  Students will explore the different roles of a commander such as moral and ethical arbiter, tactician, warrior, and shepherd.  Students will develop a greater knowledge and understanding of the challenges, obligations, and responsibilities of leaders in the profession of arms.  Students will also begin, or continue to gain, greater insight into their own personal philosophy of command and leadership.

Instructor: Captain Stephen Court, TWC Faculty

 

Modular Courses

 

MOD 101 Battle Lessons From Revelation

Lessons from the Seven Churches.

Instructor: General Eva Burrows, retired international leader
 

MOD 102 Salvation Army Essentials

Instructor: General Eva Burrows, retired international leader
 

MOD 103 Warfare Propaganda

Rhetoric and exegesis in Gospel communication.

Instructor: Captain Robert Marshall, CO Compton, California
 

MOD 104 Apostolic Leadership

Instructor: Major Doug Burr, CO Bangor, Maine
 

MOD 105 School of Justice

Instructor: Faytene Kriskow, urban missionary
 

MOD 106 Fullness

Prayer and Fasting and other weapons for the millennium Three Army.

Instructors: Majors Janet and Richard Munn, DCs, northern New England

 

Other courses to be confirmed.

 

 

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