SCHOOL OF MINISTRY

School of Ministry

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School of Ministry

The South Carolina Conference IPHC, Inc. School of Ministry is a three year program of study established to provide education and continuing education for the ministers and laymen of the South Carolina Conference. Clergy Credentials, Continuing Education Units and a Degree in Practical Theology can be earned through this program.

Purpose Statement

Realizing that we are living in the last days, that the end-time harvest is upon us and that laborers must be raised up to reach the harvest, we see our purpose as two-fold: First, to train men and women in the local church to discover and develop their spiritual gifts so they can be used in the ministry of the local church. Second, to train men and women to be raised up to enter into the harvest as licensed and ordained ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the International Pentecostal Holiness Church. The South Carolina Conference IPHC, Inc. School of Ministry does not discriminate based on race, color, sex, age, national origin or religious preference.

Program of Study

Courses of Study

The South Carolina Conference IPHC, Inc. School of Ministry Courses of Study is set up as a three year program, however, a student can register for any of the online classes at any time and complete them at your own pace. The educational requirement for a Local Church Minister’s License can be found under Year I. These classes will be marked with a * to indicate LCM Classes. A student who is working towards their Minister’s License will be required to take all classes listed under Year I, and a student who is working towards their Certificate of Ordination or their Theology Degree will be required to complete all classes listed under Year I, Year II and Year III.

Class Fees: Registration: $50 per class

Books & Class Notes: Prices Will Vary

SCIPHC Prices for books can be found on each classes Registration Sheet

Books can also be ordered directly from Life Springs Resource Center, Amazon.com, or Downloaded to your iPad or Kindle.

Class Synopsis

Class Downloads & Power Point Slides

School of Ministry Instructors

School of Ministry Director, Rev. M. Dean Morgan

Rev. Dean Morgan is the Assistant Superintendent of the South Carolina Conference. Dean holds a Bachelors in Theology from Holmes College of the Bible, a BA in Bible from Central Wesleyan College, and a MAR in Theology from Asbury Theological Seminary.

Email: dmorgan@sciphc.org

Dr. Bobby Ray Floyd

Dr. Bobby Floyd is an ordained minister of the South Carolina Conference IPHC and presently serves as the senior pastor of the Barrineau Pentecostal Holiness Church. He holds a BS from Francis Marion University, a BA from Holmes Bible College, a Master of Divinity from Columbia International, and a D. Min. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Email: brfloyd@ftc.i.net

Rev. Ralph E. “Gene” Morgan Sr.

Rev. Gene Morgan is the Lead Pastor of East Marion Pentecostal Holiness Church. He holds a BA in Bible from Holmes College of the Bible and a Master of Divinity from Erskine Theological Seminary.

Email: revmorgan22@yahoo.com

Rev. Hugh Ward

Rev. Hugh Ward currently serves as the senior pastor of the East Columbia Pentecostal Holiness Church. Hugh holds a BS in Christian Ministries from Emmanuel College with a minor in music, a MA in Religion from Liberty Theological Seminary and a Master of Divinity at Columbia International University with a concentration in Leadership.

Email: huge-ward@sc.rr.com

Rev. Brock Spivey

Brock Spivey currently serves as the Director of the Courtney McGinnis Graham Community Shelter in Florence, SC. Brock hold a BS from Wofford College, a Master of Theology from Christian Life School of Theology and a MA Christian Thought from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.

Email: bspivey0315@yahoo.com

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School of Ministry Director,
Rev. M. Dean Morgan
dmorgan@sciphc.org