Christian Education

The Shiloh Temple International Ministries Christian Education Department education invites people to see and understand the world through the perspective of God’s truth. The Bible becomes the lens in which students view what they are learning. The lens focuses their thinking on ultimate truth–a biblical vision for life where the world is created and sustained by God; where God has acted in history to deal with the distortions of creation caused by human rebellion; and where history is advancing towards a new creation in which all things are reconciled to God through Jesus who is not only the climax of the biblical story but is also the focal point of the lens. Christian Education is taught every Sunday at 9:00am. The classes that are offered include:

 

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Me Too – Ages 2 – 5

Primary – Ages 6 – 10

Junior – Ages 11 – 14

Senior – Ages 15 – 18

Young Adult – Ages 19 – 35

Sandwich Generation – Ages 36 – 55

Adult – Ages 55 and up

Marriage Enrichment – Married Couples

New Members Classes & Discipleship

Deaf Ministry

RDH School of Ministry

 The RDH School of Ministry is a christian-based college that trains the potential bible scholar on biblical and godly principles in order to effectively lead the church body. Classes begin every September. For more information please contact 612-302-1GOD (1463).
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Parenting Program

It is the vision of Shiloh Temple International Ministries (STIM) to transform lives in education, health and wellness, and family values. In alignment with the mission, the STIM Parenting Program  focuses on teaching parents life skills, effective parenting practices, as well as provide a safe environment where the parents could feel a sense of belonging and support. Additionally, given the statistics on the number of families entering Child Protective Services combined with the number of incidents involving children each year, the STIM Parenting group extends its focus to include Risk Reduction.

The STIM Parenting Program is a 4 month program that meets weekly for 3 hours. Facilitators of this group will include Jane Ranum, a Hennepin County retired Judge, Pastor Bettye Howell, a Rule 3 Licensed daycare center owner on the North side of Minneapolis, and Dr. Andrea Q. Langford, a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. The topics that are discussed include:

  • Child safety
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Physical Health
  • Mental Health
  • Environmental Risks
  • Job Retention
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Housing Safety
  • Self-Defense

 

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It is our goal that through intensive education, role plays, homework, guest speakers, testimonials, and home visits, that families will have less involvement with Child Protective Services by being made aware of appropriate child rearing practices that will foster a healthy environment and ultimately a healthier community. Please note that free daycare is provided during group hours as well as dinner. For more information, please call 612.302.1GOD (1463).