FIRST YEAR PROSPECTUS OF THE 12 ACADEMIES

INDEX
1. Organogram……………………………………………………………….2 2. About Creare……………………………………………………………...3 3. Prophetic message from founder…………………………………….4 4. Prophetic Words over Creare Training Centre…………………….5 5. Vision……………………………………………………………………….6 6. Why Creare? ……………………………………………………………..7 7. Why you? ………………………………………………………………….7 8. Mission Statement ……………………………………………………...8 9. Practical Rules for Full time students........................................10 9. Father’s Mandate ….…………………………………………………....12 10. Various Training Option ……………………………………………..13 11. Requirements for acceptance as a full-time students…………14 12. 7 Ways to Partner……………………………………………………...14 13. International Students ………………………………………………..15 14. Accommodation ………………………………………………….…....16 15. Finances ………………………………………………………….……. 16 16. Registration …...........................................................................16 17. Meals …………………………………………………….……….……...14 18. Discipleship ..........................................................................…....17 19. Annual Program …………………………………………………...….17 20. Post Training Option .............................................................…...18 21. Details .....................................................................................…...18 22. Basic Outline of every Academy ..........................................…...19 Music ……………………………………………………………….….20 Worship ………………………………………………………….……23 Drama …………………………………………………………………26 Dance ………………………………………………………………….29 Fine Art ………………………………………………………………..32 Multimedia ……………………………………………………………35 Prophetic ……………………………………………………….…….38 Word ……………………………………………………………….…..40 Church ……………………………………………………………..….42 Year of your Life ………………………………………………..……45 Skills ………………………………………………………..………….48 Sports & Recreation........................................................….... 51

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ORGANOGRAM
CREARE TRAINING CENTRE
Music Academy Worship Academy Drama Academy Dance Academy Art Academy Multimedia Academy Word Academy Prophetic Academy Church Planting and Missions Academy Year of your life Academy Skills Academy Sport & Recreation Academy Part-time / Full-time at a Community Institute.

MINISTRY TEAMS
Short term (1 week to 3 months) Long term (monthsyears) Locally; nationally; internationally

APOSTOLIC PLANTINGS
Creare Training Centre‘s in churches (full-time and/or part-time) ―Works‖ in existing ministries Ministries in existing local churches Church planting

KINGDOM BUSINESS
Production House (films, recordings, etc.) Marketing (shops, coffee shops, CD‘s, clothing, ―statue mimes‖, property, etc.)

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ABOUT CREARE…
Prophetic; Word; Worship; Year of your life; Church Planting & Missions; Skills and Sport & Recreation. Creare Training Centre continues to impact, serve and equip nationally and internationally churches and communities through: satellite and strategic bases where students are trained; part- and full time (touring) teams; Training Conferences; outreaches; and the initiation and growth of cell groups and churches (services). Creare is active in all the provinces of South Africa contacts and influence extends to Malawi, Botswana, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Russia, Romania, Zambia, Kenya, Germany, UK, Portugal, Malaysia, Australia, Austria, Netherlands, Uganda, Brazil, Spain, Madagascar, Egypt, Palestine, Norway and Austria.

. International

Many prophecies have been given that speak of the prophetic which will be a spear point of the training and ministry that Creare has to offer. The training of fulltime students is thus founded on and a continuous growth in Godly revelations on a daily basis. And so, pioneers and pace setters are being raised up to boldly move forward out of an intimate relationship with the Father, to go to the of the world and impact individuals to become the creative, prophetic people God has called them to be. CD‘s are being produced, devotional material developed, syllabi pioneered, school and varsity students are growing in prophetic lifestyles and there is a breaking through in a creative walk with the Father, in many lives. Now, more than ever, is the time for the Church to understand the

Word studies

Made in the likeness of our Father and Creator, we were born to enjoy and reflect the aspects of His nature and most importantly,

His heart…

nations

1994 a Christian-based Arts initiative – ―MDA‖ (Music, Drama and Art) – was
introduced to the Bloemfontein public. It started as an evangelistic Bible School project – a musical/drama entitled ―Christ the Champion‖ – that the students toured the country with. Thereafter, awareness developed for the need of proper

training and teaching in the Arts, tours and outreaches

including the development of character and Godly perspectives in individuals‘ lives. And so, MDA was born. The introduction of on local, national and international levels broadened the work and base in Bloemfontein, as it matured to what is currently known as Creare Training Centre a ministry of Our Father‘s Home Church. The now full-time ministry (since 1994) accommodates Academies in Music; Drama; Dance; Art; Multimedia;

relevance

of the tools being used to express the Gospel. Globally, awareness is growing of the need for the Arts to be stewarded by the Church, so that the glory of Divinely inspired ―Art‖ goes to the Father and for the extension of His Kingdom. For too long we have not understood or taken up this responsibility, but, yes – the authority over the Arts is in us as the body of Christ and individually we can make a difference where we are…

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PROPHETIC MESSAGE FROM CORNELIS VAN HEYNINGEN Founder of Creare Training Centre
The logo and vision are based on Mal. 4:2 “But for you who revere My name, the sun of righteousness will rise, with healing in its wings. And you will go out and leap like calves released from a stall.” The sun of righteousness will rise over everyone who calls on the Name of the Lord and who walks in the fear of the Lord because of the healings and deliverance in His Name. Isaiah says (Is. 60:1) “Arise shine for your light has come and the glory of the Lord is risen upon you.” The presence of God is the sun of righteousness that will rise over us. We understand that God is not the physical sun, but rather that where we learn to know God through His creation, we are reminded that (Is. 60:20) “Your sun will never set again and your moon will wane no more; the Lord will be your everlasting light and your days of sorrow will end.” In Ps. 84:12 David says: “Oh Lord almighty, blessed is the man who trusts in You.” And Jeremiah talks about “The Lord our Righteousness” in Jer. 33:16. Rather than standing in our own enlightenment, righteousness and honour, we should rather stand in the enlightenment and presence of ―The Lord our Righteousness‖, which He will shine on us. Only then can healing flow through our Music, Drama, Dance and Art to others. Only then can we reach out into the creativity of God to proclaim freedom in Him through Music, Drama, Dance and Art. Only then can we skip with joy like calves led from a stall to enjoy Music, Drama, Dance and Art as God originally planned for his children. Let us then walk prophetically in Music, Drama, Dance and Art and let the ―True Light‖ shine more clearly in and over us. “The true light that gives light to every man was coming into the world…. He came to that which was His own, but His own did not receive Him, so those who believed in His Name, He gave the right to become children of God.” (Jn.1:9, 11, 12)

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PROPHETIC WORDS SPOKEN OVER CREARE
Church: Our Father’s Home (Bloemfontein) & Creare Training Centre Team ministry Establish little things all over the place – release people all over the place. You will see many signs and wonders take place God says decisions will be made for you that maybe you don‘t like, but the Lord says as you submit to these decisions, submit to even higher authority, says the Spirit of God David of this hour that goes to many places and the Lord says even times and cities even continents will be set alight This is a launch pad A lot of you will not be here for a very long time Be disciplined And the quiver is more than full because the Lord puts the arrows in the quiver and He‘s been putting them in faster than you‘ve been shooting them out. Start shooting some out there. Let it influence even the Church leaders; let it influence even those who believe in the God that they called their Lord. Let there be a new strength of reconciliation, a new strength of love. As you keep humble and as you keep a contrite heart before Me says God, many will be birthed for the Lord. Know I am doing it for a purpose says the Lord that My strength and my anointing may grow stronger in you says the Spirit of God. Creare Bloemfontein: will be a good and strong base; good admin and infrastructure will be developed; intercession teams will be established NATIONS / MISSIONS Deal with the ‗strong men‘ before you deal with the people. Spiritual warfare – coming against the powers of darkness over areas and even countries, you must do that before you can minister to people, then you shall see even My anointing flow as you never thought possible. International establishment of Creare all over the world in 1998-2000. Creare will spread abroad and is being raised up quickly. Albania and Greece are countries to be reached in the future. People that you will begin to raise and people that you will begin to equip will get into Madagascar. That even into different regions up in the north of South Africa, there‘s going to be many, many teams that are going to go up; many open doors are going to be given to you. THE TEAM

1997 I see my brother is soaring very high in the Spirit – I see you fly in a flock
– at the same time you will all fly together and fellowship together. The Lord says you will ALL begin to play a part. A PROPHETIC FOUNDATION I see the nature of the Training Centre is going to change. The nature of the Creative School is going to change. God is adding the prophetic dimension to override all other dimensions. There is a change coming in the Creare Training Centre. There is a change that is coming in the way the Centre is going to be run, in the way the Centre is going to be designed, the way the Centre is going to be giving its training and its equipping. A lot of the material is going to become more and more prophetic, so that it will ultimately evolve to become a strong prophetic Centre.

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MULTIMEDIA Dr Jonathan David – April 2005 Because I am raising up a new generation. They will rise in business, they will rise in education. They will rise in every field; they will rise in the multimedia industry, they will become journalists, they will begin to rise. They will be reporters; they will rise even in the film industry. They will begin to rise in all kinds of ways; you will see men like Daniel whose hearts are pure and they will begin to rise, and they will begin to reveal to the earth a purity that the world has not seen before. And they will say: who is this coming on the horizon?

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Ps Solomon Ocampo There will be 5 films that will be made. This is just the beginning, no less than 5 films. One of your productions will make it through the Cannes. Let there be a breakthrough in the things God has imparted for you even for the films that you would want to come forth. I prophecy a breakthrough. I prophecy not only success in the natural, but there will be a breakthrough in the spirit. Let there be a new voice to come forth even if you made it the title ―Blood Speaks‖. Let the true blood speak of reconciliation. Let there be a new voice to come forth in the life that God has given unto you. I see people holding camera‘s behind, on their shoulders and giving and delivering to you. I see rolls of films and boxes and boxes of rolls of films being handed over to you. DANCE Experiment in being creative in praise and worship. Laying hands on men and women dancers imparting liberty in the spirit. MUSIC Dominion praise … aggressive praise Bring creativity in worship and in music

VISION
Disciple people for their function that they will fulfil in their community and working environment. Build character, knowledge and skills into their lives so that they can build quality in others. Train people in excellence so that they can progressively raise the standard of training for others. Activate the potential in people as nation builders. Plant facilities to train, reach and empower more communities. Reach the un-reached and underprivileged, in South Africa and abroad. Enjoy as the harvest of the seed, that is sown in the community and nations grows!

1996 Songs will be exported.
When you sing warfare starts to take place.

1997 Bring creativity in worship and music.
God is going to restore some things that the enemy has stolen from the church and the musical realm – don‘t be fearful to experiment.

1999God says many musicians will come and link up with you and the Lord
says: Yes you shall make and do many, many CD‘s. Not one or two but the Lord even says it shall not be in one language either, says the Spirit of the Lord. Billy Mitchell –

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WHY CREARE?
God‘s creativity, prophetic voice, word foundation and worship perspective will be established in the heart of every nation! We need to see a Christian road of development established on a Word based mandate, where Christ as the Artist and Role model, the Holy Spirit as Trainer and Coach, and the Father as the Ultimate Source of Inspiration shape the destiny of people, in every town and city in the nations, for the nations! We need to establish potential and talents, not as building blocks for performance and image, but to express God‘s dream for our lives – with Christ as our passion. Dare to live the dream in the Heart of the Father, creatively, as a lifestyle to impact the nations!

WHY YOU?
DISCOVER what you thought you couldn‘t do. DEVELOP in creativity, skill, gifting and calling. ENJOY yourself in Him with unique approach (Arts, media, pastoral, youth, prophetic,…) GROW in perspective in what you are capable of. MINISTER through developed gifts with specific calling in specialized field. EFFECTIVE instrument in God‘s hand so that 5000 can be fed through 5 loaves and 2 fish. HARVEST READY, FEW WORKERS Jesus‘ own words! AN OPPORTUNITY seize it! YOU can make the DIFFERENCE through faith as CO-WORKER with Christ!

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MISSION STATEMENT
The word “Creare” is a Latin word that means: to create, to bring forth, to produce, and to give life. God has an awesome destiny for us: ―For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.‖ (Jer. 29:11) NIV For that reason we must understand our awesome identity; as our destiny is locked up in our identity, where identity will determine our destiny. (Seed produces after its kind). An articulation of our Father‘s heart in Zephaniah 3:17, gives us an understanding of who we are as a ―crown product‖ of our Father‘s heart. Zephaniah 3:17 “The Lord your God is in the midst of you a Mighty One, a Savior [who saves]! He will rejoice over you with joy; He will rest [in silent satisfaction] and in His love He will be silent and make no mention [of past sins, or even recall them]; He will exult over you with singing.”

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(NKJV) The Lord your God in your midst… (NIV) The Lord your God is with you… (LAB) For the Lord your God has arrived to live among you… (AMP) The Lord your God is in the midst of you…

To embrace and understand this awesome identity, we must embrace and understand our Father‘s heart, for there our identity is to be found: in our Father‘s heart. The most awesome place of birthing dreams, identity and the formation of you and me is found in our Father God, from where it is articulated and clearly shown through His Son: Jesus Christ. ―…the only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He has declared Him.‖ (Jn 1:18b) In Jesus Christ we see the articulation of the dream that the Father has about us, who we can be, and what we and Him can do together. In our Father‘s dream we can find the mandate for life: 1) Explained by Jesus Christ, our Ultimate Example; 2) Made reality by the Holy Spirit, our Trainer and Coach for life.

The articulation of who we are, because of who He is, will be NATIONS Distinguished by His presence. ―How will anyone know that You are pleased with me and with your people unless you go with us? What else will distinguish me and your people from all the other people on the face of the earth?‖ (Ex 33:16)

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(NKJV) …The Mighty One, will save; … (NIV) …He is mighty to save… (LAB) …He is a Mighty Savior. He will give you victory… (AMP) …a Mighty One, a Savior [Who saves]!

The articulation of who we are, because of who He is, will be Nations, CREATIVE Distinguished by the Creator, (Gen. 1 and 2) and His creative, symbolic salvation strategy through Jesus Christ (Gen. 3:15 and Jn. 3:16) for us to be new creations (2 Cor. 5:17) born again (Jn. 3:3), standing as ambassadors of who He is (2 Cor. 5:20 ―We are therefore Christ‘s ambassadors…‖)

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(NKJV) (NIV) (LAB) (AMP)

…He will rejoice over you with gladness… …He will take great delight in you… …He will rejoice over you in great gladness… …He will rejoice over you with joy;..

The articulation of who we are, because of who He is, will be Nations, creative, PASSIONATE Distinguished by a God of passion, where His joy over us, become our strength! There‘s a passion that drives us, and it comes from the Father‘s heart. …He will quiet you with His love… …He will quiet you with His love… …He will love you and not accuse you… …He will rest [in silent satisfaction] and in His love He will be silent and make no mention [of past sins, or even recall them];… The articulation of who we are, because of who He is, will be: Nations, creative, passionate, INTIMATE Distinguished by God who is called ―Love‖ where ―…we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love, lives in God, and God in him.‖ (1 Jn. 4:16) Intimacy with God defines the quality of His love that draws us in that place of closeness.

Nations who are creative, passionate, intimate and expressive in their love and worship, which is an eternal lifestyle relationship with an Awesome God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit!
From this articulation of the dream in the heart of the Father, 7 keywords arose as a vision to be part of bringing forth the Father‘s dream as a reality today among the nations of the earth. May His all sufficient grace take us deeper in an articulated quality lifestyle with our destiny in His heart (Jer. 29:11) and hand (Is. 49:16) to be sown among the nations with the overflow of our cup as a ministry of impact and influence in this seven vision keywords: 1. Disciple! 2. Train! 3. Plant! 4. Build! 5. Activate! 6. Reach! 7. Enjoy! Let these 7 keywords be a reality in your own life and you‘ll see how our Father‘s dream will become your perspective for an awesome life with God!

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(NKJV) …He will rejoice over you with singing. (NIV) …He will rejoice over you with singing. (LAB) …Is that a joyous choir I hear? No, it is the Lord Himself exulting over you in happy song. (AMP) …He will exult over you with singing.

The articulation of who we are, because of who He is, will be: Nations, creative, passionate, intimate, EXPRESSIVE Distinguished by an extreme expressive God, to express extravagant love and worship in that defined quality. All this we are with God! As a MISSION STATEMENT for life may we see from the heart of God:

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PRACTICAL RULES FOR FULLTIME STUDENTS
1. All full time students agree to live at one of the Creare student houses for discipleship purposes. If you decide to study part time and not to stay at a Creare student house, you will not be allowed to follow the fulltime program. You will only be allowed to do the part time program. 2. DRESS CODE: GIRLS NO… - Spaghetti strap tops without proper support - Tight fitted shorts, pants, skirts, etc - Short dresses/skirts more than 8cm above the knee - Revealing tops - Tummies to be shown - Bikinis or short topped two pieces - See through clothes without under tops - Underwear showing - Offensive tops/clothing MEN NO… Speedo Ski pants without short over them Polly shorts Boxers visible Offensive tops/clothing Only Gospel music will be played on any Creare premises. (No secular music) At all Creare‘s premises it is the policy that all students abstain from the use of alcohol, drugs and tobacco. Food will only be prepared in kitchens. (Except rooms with a built-in kitchen). No beds, mattresses or cupboards can be moved except if arranged with the specific house prime or appointed person. Students will only be allowed to sleep out, if an arrangement is made with the house prime or appointed person. All full time students will attend First Love meetings on Monday to Friday mornings. If we work, we work hard, if we rest, we rest hard. Socializing (going out, watching movies, videos, etc) is not permitted during the working week. On special occasions permission can be given by the house prime.

* Please note that practical, non-revealing clothing should be worn for the dance and drama classes. 3. PRACTICAL RULES: - Curfew for all fulltime students and all other boarders is 10pm on MondayThursday and Saturday, 12pm on Fridays and 11pm on Sundays. (Arrangements to come in later should be made in advance with each house prime). - Full time Creare Students will be released 1-2 weekends a term to go home. - All boarders are expected to write Word exams. Full time students will be writing Word & Perspective exams as arranged with Creare School leadership. Other boarders will be expected to write 1 Word level per term. (e.g. Word 1 – 4 in the first year). - At 21:30 pm all loud socializing & playing of music etc. will cease. (Let‘s respect each other‘s quiet & sleeping times).

4. SERVING TEAMS: Every boarding person will receive a specific task in and around the house. (e.g. cleaning of bathrooms, toilets, kitchens, etc.) Every boarder is responsible for cleaning up his/her room. (Floor mopped, beds made, cupboards and desks tidied, etc.) Inspections could be held daily by the house prime or appointed person to check if duties are completed daily according to the criteria given for each task. All places (bathroom, kitchen, etc.) will be cleaned after use. 5. RELATIONAL ETIQUETE: - Men and women are not allowed to be in each other‘s rooms at any given time. - If a gentleman and lady wish to discuss a certain matter, the lounges, kitchens or gardens could be used. - Any existing relationships or planned relationships between male & female Creare students will be submitted to Creare leadership. - According to the Statement of Faith in the Constitution of Creare training Centre, we believe in the principle of relationship fundamental to personal sexual orientation being founded on that of heterosexuality. Therefore any person wanting to pursue a lifestyle contrary and is not willing to be discipled in this regard, will not be permitted to continue further studies or lecture. We offer ministry to help people that want to change their sexual orientation A.E Homosexuality & Lesbianism to heterosexuality.

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6. HOUSE MEETINGS: - All boarders will be present at house meetings (except when special arrangements are made with the house prime). - All complaints, etc. should be put on the house meeting‘s Agenda before the time. 7. WASHING FACILITIES: - A washing machine & washing lines will not necessarily be available at each Creare house. - If they are available, washing rosters will be completed to provide a fair time for every boarder. Each boarder will stay to his/her booked time. - After 3 days all clothes still in the washing room or on the washing lines will be donated to less fortunate people. - Only SKIP/BIO CLASSIC washing powder will be used in the washing machine. 8. CONSEQUENCES: - Consequences will be given to all boarders who neglect to do their duties correctly or fail to abide by the stated rule of this agreement. - Consequences will be given by the house prime or appointed person. 9. DISCIPLINARY MEASURES: - If a boarder neglects to complete his/her consequences, a warning will be given to him/her. - After 3 warnings that boarder will be expelled from the Creare student house & his/her studies at Creare will be stopped. 10. CONDITION OF ACCEPTANCE OF ALL NEW STUDENTS: - After 3 months all students will be evaluated in all aspects of their development, the school has the right to dismiss a student who is not progressing at a reasonable pace. In the application form the student will have to sign a disciplinary measures form in which he/she agrees to the above rules.

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FATHER’S MANDATE
May this be the statement of your life as you embrace the Father‘s Mandate: Co-worker with, and ambassador of Jesus Christ:
Father’s Presence, seen through the Good Shepherd, Disciples divine patterns of a lifestyle of love and worship in and through me. Father’s Provision, seen through the Bread of Life, Builds divine family life in homes and churches in and though me. Father’s Persistence, for excellence, seen through the Way, Truth and Life, Trains divine breakthrough, freedom and quality life in and through me. Father’s Power, seen through the Resurrection and Life, Activates divine strength, ability and enablement in and through me. Father’s Productivity, for us, seen through the True Vine, Plants divine character to be a planting for the display of the Lord‘s splendour in and through me. Father’s Potential, Opportunity for us, seen through the Door of the Sheep, Reaches Effectivity and Kingdom Impact in and through me. Father’s Perfecting, impact in us, seen through the Light of the World, brings forth eternal joy and fulfilment in and through me as a city on a hill.

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VARIOUS TRAINING OPTIONS
FULL TIME STUDIES
1. Complete the one year Academy Training of the Academy of your choice (see the subjects of each Academy in this prospectus); nd rd 2. Continue to study for a further 2 and 3 year (please contact the national nd rd office in Bloemfontein for more information on the 2 and 3 year curriculum). nd rd 3. i] Continue with the 2 and 3 year course of the specific Academy you have completed as a first year. ii] Do 3-5 one year Academy trainings in 3-6 Academies of your choice within 2-3 years.

PART TIME STUDIES
Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops.

CREARE TRAINING CONFERENCES
Creare Training Centre presents 3 Creare Training Conferences in a year, 1 week in April, 3 weeks in June/July and 2 or 3 weeks in December. Various subjects in Music; Drama; Dance; Art; Multimedia; Word; Prophetic; Church planting and Missions; Skills; Sport and Recreation; Worship; and Year of your life are presented. This prospectus contains only the 1 year curriculum of each Academy. For further information regarding the subjects available at conferences, please contact the national office in Bloemfontein or visit our website for the Creare Training Conference pamphlet.
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REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCEPTANCE Students must be Christians. AS A FULL TIME STUDENT It is expected of every student to be an active member of
death on the cross.

7 WAYS TO PARTNER WITH US IN A HEAVENLY PATTERN
a Christian PRAYER  Intercessory networks (with a different art, nation and ministry focus).  In sending cells (short/long term). KINGDOM FINANCING  Invest in a specific national or international student.  Invest in outreaches to certain areas or countries.  Invest in a specific ministry focus like poverty, HIV/AIDS, family restoration, leadership equipping, enabling, empowering, and many more.  Investing through instruments, technical equipment, vehicles, premises in different places and countries. Donations made to Creare may be deducted from Tax. (See the heading “Donations”) SENDING KEY PEOPLE  1 month – 3 years (students as pioneers)  International Training Conferences (1-4 weeks) RECEIVING INTERNATIONAL TOUR GROUPS  1 week – 3 months  Receiving key people from South Africa or other countries to help pioneer a work (1 month – few years). SERVING WITH YOUR GIFT  Let it make room for you.  Be effective in your redemptive destiny: Let us look together for relevant impact, through your gifts, into the Body of Christ. ESTABLISHING NEW CONTACTS  Establishing new contacts, relationships and partnerships to ―get the job done‖ in only one Name: Jesus Christ! NETWORKING  Networking through local Churches, Youth network, Pastor‘s kids network, Arts network: CAST (Creative Artists Serving Truth), and Worship leaders network.

fellowship, and to believe in the Trinity and salvation through Jesus Christ‘s

3. International students must be familiar with English. 4. Students do not need to have experience in the different Academies to enrol at Creare. 5. Students need to complete the application form and send it together with the necessary information to Creare. An application form should first be approved by the leadership of Creare before a student will be allowed to study at Creare. 6. Students need the blessing of their parents and pastor. (See the Application form)

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
BUS TRANSPORT BETWEEN O.R. TAMBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND JOHANNESBURG BUS STATION: Taxis and shuttle buses In order to curb illegal touring, ACSA (Airports Company South Africa— www.airports.co.za) has appointed a concessionary taxi and shuttle service (these display the ACSA logo on their vehicles), that cover all major towns, suburbs, shopping centres and casinos). Izinga Transport Management (Itram), which manages this service, has kiosks for taxi, shuttle and bus reservations in the baggage-claim areas of International Arrivals and Domestic Arrivals. Passengers buy tickets directly from the Itram staff and are then directed to their transport. Please use airport-approved operators only. Contact the ACSA information desks if you need help. Magic bus - www.magicbus.co.za (011) 5480822. Reservations should be made 2 days in advance. Cost: MAGIC BUS ± US $37 per trip Pick-up points To get to the taxi and shuttle terminus: follow the taxi and shuttle icons to the terminus, which is opposite International Arrivals (Terminal A). To get to the bus and coach terminus: follow the bus and coach icons to the terminus, which is in the multi-storey parking area, behind the car-hire depots. BETWEEN JOHANNESBURG AND BLOEMFONTEIN: Citybug-- www.citybug.co.za Translux – www.translux.co.za Greyhound – www.greyhound.co.za To insure a seat on the bus, make a reservation in advance. Make sure of the time you will need for transport to the bus station. Cost: TRANSLUX/GREYHOUND + US $50 AIRPLANE BETWEEN JOHANNESBURG AND BLOEMFONTEIN: SAA (South African Airways) – ww3.flysaa.xom Cost: + US $65 - $150 Mango— www.flymango.com Please note that you must confirm luggage weight as local South African flights may have different flight regulations to international flights. Reservations should be made in advance. Plan thoroughly to ensure enough time between the International flight and the flight to Bloemfontein. EXTENTION OF STUDY PERMIT + US $120 Should the student decide to extend their period of study, their passport needs to be valid 6 months to a year after the period of study is completed.

OWN RESPONSIBILITY International applicants that have been accepted at Creare Training Centre are liable to cover the following costs: Passport and Study visa/permit fees for the entire duration of their stay in South Africa. The nearest South African embassy in selected countries will issue a list of requirements necessary for the application of the study permit/visa. RETURN travel fees from country of origin as well as the 500km trip from Johannesburg to Bloemfontein, where Creare Training Centre is situated. Personal money, accommodation and study fees. Students are responsible to provide their own bedding, cutlery and crockery. This can be purchased in Bloemfontein if preferred. All payments due to Creare Training Centre are to be paid in South African currency (the Rand). STUDYING AT CREARE Thorough communication is needed before the arrival of a new international student. Once accepted by Creare Training Centre the student will receive the Invitation letter which is required by the South African embassy on application for study visa/permit. It is strongly advised that no student books final tickets to South Africa before receiving acceptance/Invitation letter. Students with a study visa/permit may not work part-time for extra income, unless pre-arranged with leadership of Creare Training Centre. Students with sponsorship will be required to work a specified amount of hours per week at Creare Training Centre. This will be clarified with the leadership on acceptance, before the invitation letter is issued. No student with a Visitors/Tourist visa will be accepted. TRAVELLING BETWEEN JOHANNESBURG AND BLOEMFONTEIN Please note that Bloemfontein is 500km away from Johannesburg/O.R.Tambo Airport.

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ACCOMMODATION
Creare is situated in the beautiful City of Bloemfontein, the capital of the Free State Province, where we offer accommodation in the form of Student houses. Each house has a leadership team and it is equipped with the necessary furnishings. Students need to supply their own bedding, cutlery and crockery. We require full-time students to make use of the facilities as it forms part of the Training Centre‘s discipling program and it facilitates a good social and family basis. Rooms are allocated according to the Principal and Student House leadership. Rent must be paid into the House owner‘s account and not into Creare Training‘s account. On moving in the student needs to pay the deposit as well as the month‘s rent. The deposit is refundable only if all rent is paid. A one month calendar notice must be given in writing when leaving accommodation. (Refer to the Price list)

REGISTRATION
Full time Students: A registration fee is paid for full time studies, at the beginning of each term. It is not refundable. Part time Students: A registration fee is paid for individual instrument classes of part time studies, at the beginning of each subject (10 lessons). It is not refundable. (Refer to the Price list)

FINANCES PAYMENT OF RENT ACCOMMODATION Rent must be paid into the House owner‘s account and
Training’s account.

not into Creare

When making use of internet banking or direct deposits please remember to fill in a reference, e.g. Student‘s name or student number. Proof of payment must be faxed to 051-522 4636, along with: For attention: Name of the specific House owner Accommodation details, as well as information on the House owner‘s banking details, can be obtained when registering at the Creare office.

RE-EXAMS
If a student neglects to write an exam in the given time slot or fails an exam, an additional fee will be charged to re-write or re-do the exam. (Refer to the Price list)

PAYMENT OF CLASSES, REGISTRATIONS & BOOKS
When making use of internet banking or direct deposits please remember to fill in a reference, e.g. Student‘s name or student number. Proof of payment must be faxed to 051-522 4636, along with: for attention: Creare Financial Department Refer to the Price list)

MEALS Students are responsible for their own breakfasts, lunch and dinners. No lunches will be provided forACCOMMODATION student houses and students. Kitchens will be available in
students are responsible for making their own food. There will be training available for the students who do not know how to cook. Students need to bring their own cutlery and crockery.(Refer to the Price list)

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DISCIPLESHIP Students will be discipled in their Academy, in small groups and in the student houses. This entailsACCOMMODATION accountability can building relationship with leaders where
grow & character can be formed.

ANNUAL CREARE PROGRAM
IN-TAKE OF FULL TIME STUDENTS
The in-take of new full time students is in January when the Training Centre opens for the first semester of the year. Students are free to join any time of the year, yet we recommend that they join in the beginning of the year.

CELL GROUPS
Each student will be allocated to attend a cell group in which the student will be discipled and developed in leadership, relationship and ministry.

FULL TIME STUDIES
Students will start immediately with studies when they arrive at Creare. All students will start with Word 1. Students need to complete an Academy subject and its exam, or do a self-study subject and its exam, on a weekly basis.

CHURCH SERVICES & MEMBERSHIP
We advise the student to become a member of the local church, during his/her period of studies at Creare. Students need to attend both morning & evening services on a Sunday and are further developed in practical ways through involvement in different ministries.

NATIONAL TOURS
Creare Training Centre sends out touring teams during August and September all across South Africa, and neighbouring countries (Lesotho, Venda, Swaziland, Namibia etc.). These teams consist of students who are released as lecturers to help with national equipping. (This is part of the program of a full time student.)

SCHOLARSHIP
We do provide scholarship for students who are in need of it and this can be applied for after application forms have been completed and submitted to us. We only have an annual amount of sponsorships available that is considered from person to person. If a student receives a scholarship from Creare, they will be obligated to do a specified amount of hours of service in the Training Centre.

GLORY TO GLORY GRADUATION
Students receive a Recognition statement for character development, ministry involvement and completed subjects at the graduation function once a year. Friends and family are invited to this special occasion.

OUR FATHER’S HOME CAMP
Our Father‘s Home hosts a yearly camp or some form of gathering for the Bloemfontein Base, as well as for schools, ministries and churches that were planted from the Base.

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
Creare Training Centre is registered as a nonprofit organization at the Department of Social Development. The registration number is 031-065-NPO.

DONATIONS
Donations made to Creare may be deducted from Tax. Tax reference number: 919 462 5159 Name: CREARE SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL Donations can be made into the Creare Training Center‘s account. For clarity on deposits, please add a reference when making use of internet banking or doing direct deposits.

LEADERS RETREAT
The leaders of Creare Training Centre & Our Father‘s Home, locally, nationally and internationally join for a retreat for 3-5 days per year. The aim is to assemble all the leaders of the various bases in South Africa and abroad, for impartation, encouragement, motivation, collaboration and strategizing from the basis of seeking God‘s face together.

HOLIDAYS
Because of the annual Training Conferences and National Tours, holidays at Bloemfontein Creare Training Centre will not necessarily fall with the Provincial School holidays. The average holiday time is 6-7 weeks per year.

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POST TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
1. 2. 3. 4. Further your congregation with the new input and training received. Start a Creare Satellite Training Centre in one or more specific Academies. Become a lecturer at an Academy of Creare Training Centre, Bloemfontein. Become part of a part time or full time touring team to be sent out locally, nationally or internationally. 5. Further development for the Pastoral function as your gift makes room for you. Each of these options will influence your study period since each one requires different periods of equipping

CONTACT DETAILS
PHYSICAL: Creare Training Centre 7 Gerhard Beukes Street Universitas Bloemfontein 9301 South Africa Telephone & Fax nr: VOX phone nr: Mobile phone nr: Email: Website:

DETAILS
POSTAL: Creare Training Centre PO Box 11460 Universitas Bloemfontein 9321 South Africa

+27 (0)51 5224636 +27 (0)87 8088451 +27 (0)82 8873001 admin@crearedream.com; national@crearedream.com www.crearedream.com

BANKING DETAILS
ACCOUNT NAME: Creare Training Centre ACCOUNT NUMBER: 047 0147 024 TYPE OF ACCOUNT: Cheque Account NAME OF BANK: ABSA BRANCH CODE: 334 134 Donations made to Creare may be deducted from Tax. (See the heading “Donations”)

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BASIC OUTLINE OF EACH ACADEMY
1. Information on FULL TIME STUDIES:
A one year curriculum of an Academy will be divided into these different sections (A-C). To complete an Academy year, you will have to complete all these sections.

A. ACADEMY TRAINING- One year curriculum subjects of the specific academy. B. LIFESTYLE TRAINING (These subjects are compulsory for each Academy and are taken from different Academies for the purpose of
discipleship and personal growth) and STATURE DEVELOPMENT – Students will be discipled in the Academy, in small groups and in the student houses. This entails building relationship with leaders where accountability can grow & character can be formed. Evaluation will take place in 7 facets: Discipline, character, attitude, practical lifestyle, leadership, people skills and general growth.

C. MINISTRY TRAINING: TOURS – Students will go on an eight week local, national or international tour or outreach, teaching & lecturing. All students need to go on a tour in order to receive an Academy Certificate of Completion. Each student needs to pass the Character Evaluation before they will be allowed to go on tour. 2. Information on PART TIME STUDIES

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MUSIC ACADEMY

INSTRUMENTS: Our courses range from beginners through to advanced levels, covering the music alphabet; chords; scale tone Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Instrument 1 X X X chords (keys); notation; tablature and 18 songs. Playing by ear (detail and level of difficulty increases as you Instrument 2 X X progress through the levels). From a foundation of praise and worship, through to Christian contemporary, Instrument 3 X outreach and live performance training. Start with Level 1 and progress to Level 3 at your own pace. Students rd nd nd need to develop in 3 instruments. With your first (major) instrument you need to complete the 3 Level, with the 2 instrument you need to complete the 2 rd st Level and with the 3 instrument you need to complete the 1 Level. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Level 1 - Instruments: Piano; Guitar; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training (basics); [Foundation; music alphabet; chords; scale tone chords (keys); and 18 songs.] Level 2 - Instruments: Piano/Keyboard; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training; Lead Guitar; Classic Guitar; Rhythm Guitar. [Advanced techniques; different styles; improvisation; scales; chords & chord structures.] Level 3 - Instruments: Piano; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training; Lead Guitar; Classic Guitar; Rhythm Guitar. [Styles include Blues; Jazz; African and Rock. Playing by ear and applying advanced scales.] Music Composition 1: Learn to write and arrange your own songs; using different techniques. Music Composition 2: More advanced; various styles and genre‘s; using notation and tonic sol-fa to memorize and write melodies; registration as a song writer and registration of songs. SUBJECTS Band 1: Introduction to band dynamics; band presentation and practical implementation. The student needs to be busy with a Level 1 instrument. Band 2: Worship band dynamics; basics of worship leading & worship lifestyle; band presentation; practical implementation. The student needs to be busy with a Level 2 instrument. Band 3: Outreach dynamics; people skills; projector programs (Open Song); band presentation & promotion; practical implementation. The student needs to be busy with a Level 3 instrument. Music History & Appreciation: A Study of different eras; cultures and influential Christian musicians. Music Education A: Learn how to give music classes to school children. The course includes all the primary school grade syllabus songs and teaching techniques, as well as the learning capabilities of each age group. Student must be on a second level of their instrument that they want to present. Must have completed Word 1, Band 1, Theory 1-2, and Perspective 1-2. Music Education B: Learn how to teach Creare syllabus songs and techniques; training in effective teaching; further levels. Must have completed Music Ed A, Word 1-3, Perspective 1-3, Band 1-2, Theory 1-3. Sound A: How to set up a basic sound system; sound mixing. Sound B: Sound waves and frequency response; console placement in different venues (room acoustics); ohm‘s law; signal processors; trouble shooting. (Optional) Music Technology A: Learn to use sequencers; drum machines; recording programs; notation programs; loops and accompaniment music.

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Music Perspective: God‘s perspective, opinion and heart about music as a tool and co-worker with Christ, for His Kingdom advancement. Music Theory 1: Scales; notes & time (each level builds on the previous level). Music Theory 2: Intervals; transposing and melody writing. Music Theory 3: Transposing; minor scales; two-part harmony. Music Theory 4: Intervals; four-part harmony. Music Theory Application 1: A year course to apply relative music theory to instruments in a practical way. How to apply Music Theory 1. Music Theory Application 2: How to apply Music Theory 2. Music Theory Application 3: How to apply Music Theory 3. Music Theory Application 4: How to apply Music Theory 4. Music Weeks 1-4: Four weeks of intense training on instruments to complete a phase in each week. Music Theory 5: Four-part harmony, chords (Optional) Music Industry: How to: prepare for a recording; make a Demo; register a song; find a producer; market CD‘s and understand the Music industry. (Optional)

LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
SUBJECTS WORD ACADEMY 1,2 Biblical Context 1: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. 3 Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. 4 Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. 5 Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His hand; the 6-9 creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-4 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. 10 Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. 11 Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations 12 Co Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; articulated 13 calling & expressed destiny. 14- Word 1-4 (written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual maturity 17 that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-12) 18 Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages- for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages: value of 19 games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. WORSHIP Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of 20 worship; expressions; musical instruments.

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CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal responsibilities. Kingdom Finance: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering Kingdom advancement; practical application. Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines. PROPHETIC ACADEMY

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Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in an inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. Prophetic Evangelism: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; Biblical references to dance (dance in the Word); basic dance principles & experiences. DRAMA ACADEMY Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques, mime, dance, rap, storytelling, puppets; improvisation. Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking.

INSTRUMENTS Our courses range from beginners through to advanced levels, covering the music alphabet; chords; scale tone chords (keys); notation; tablature and 18 songs. Playing by ear (detail and level of difficulty increases as you progress through the levels). From a foundation of praise and worship, through to Christian contemporary, outreach and live performance training. Start with Level I and progress to Level 3 at your own pace. 31 Level 1 - Instruments: Piano; Guitar; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training (Basics); [Foundation; music alphabet; chords; scale tone chords (keys); and 18 songs.] Level 2 - Instruments: Piano/keyboard; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training; Lead Guitar; Classical Guitar; Rhythm Guitar. [Advanced techniques; different styles; 32 improvisation; scales; chords & chord structures.] Level 3 - Instruments: Piano; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training; Lead Guitar; Classical Guitar; Rhythm Guitar. [Styles include Blues, Jazz, African and Rock. 33 Playing by ear and applying advanced scales.] 34 Music Composition 1: Learn to write and arrange your own songs, using different techniques. Music Composition 2: More advanced; various styles and genre‘s; using notation and tonic sol-fa to memorize and write melodies; registration as a song writer 35 and registration of songs. 36 Pre-Syllabi: (Primary School Children) Pre-Piano, Pre-Guitar, Pre-Bass, Pre-Drums, Pre-Vocal. 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; Part time studies at Creare can be done: 5. by a visiting tour team; 1. during the 1 week Training Conference in April; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 2. during the 3 week Training Conference in June/July; 7. by attending weekend workshops (Please contact the office for further information on the above.) 3. during the 3 week Training Conference in December;

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SUBJECTS Praise & Worship Lifestyle A: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of worship; expressions; musical instruments. Instrumental Worship: Flow with and give creative expression – on your instrument; to the uttering of the Holy Spirit; in congregational and devotional worship. Prophetic Worship: Releasing vocabulary from the heart of the Father, through creative Worship expression. Intercessory Worship: A study on several aspects and expressions of intercessory worship-warfare etc. and the practical expression thereof. Worship Studies: Psalms; research; names of Jesus and instruments in the Bible. History of Worship: Principles to be learnt from the past concerning worship lifestyles and trends. Praise and Worship leaders A: How to facilitate small groups, congregational worship, and the gifts of the Spirit. Practical: must complete 10 hours of worship leading. Music Perspective: God‘s perspective, opinion and heart about music as a tool and co-worker with Christ, for His Kingdom advancement.

MUSIC TRAINING
Level 1 X X X
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Instrument 1 Instrument 2 Instrument 3

Level 2 X X

Level 3 X

INSTRUMENTS Our courses range from beginners through to advanced levels, covering the Music alphabet; chords; scale tone chords (keys); notation; tablature and 18 songs. Playing by ear (detail and level of difficulty increases as you progress through the levels). From a foundation of Praise and Worship, through to Christian contemporary, outreach and live performance training. Start with Level 1 and progress to Level 3 at your own pace. Students need to develop in 3 instruments of which Vocal Training must be one. With your first (major) instrument you need to rd nd nd rd complete the 3 Level, with the 2 instrument you need to complete the 2 Level and with the 3 instrument you

need to complete the 1 Level. Level 1 - Instruments: Piano/Keyboard; Guitar; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training (basics); [Foundation; music alphabet; chords; scale tone chords (keys); and 9 18 songs.] Level 2 - Instruments: Piano; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training; Lead Guitar; Classical Guitar; Rhythm Guitar. [Advanced techniques; different styles; 10 improvisation; scales; chords & chord structures.] Level 3 - Instruments: Piano; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training; Lead Guitar; Classical Guitar; Rhythm Guitar. [Styles include Blues; Jazz; African and Rock. 11 Playing by ear and applying advanced scales.] 12 Music Composition 1: Learn to write and arrange your own songs; using different techniques. It is preferable that you have your own instruments, drum sticks, etc. Instruments, strings, sticks and accessories are for sale at the Music Academy. 23

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SUBJECTS Band 1: Introduction to band dynamics; band presentation and practical implementation. The student needs to be busy with a Level 1 instrument. Band 2: Worship band dynamics; basics of worship leading & worship lifestyle; band presentation; practical implementation. The student needs to be busy with a Level 2 instrument. Band 3: Outreach dynamics; people skills; projector programs (Open Song); band presentation & promotion; practical implementation. The student needs to be busy with a Level 3 instrument. Sound A: How to set up a basic sound system; sound mixing. Sound B: Processors, impedance, loudness, etc.; planning; setting up and operating in different venues. (Optional) Music Theory 1: Scales; notes & time (each level builds on the previous level). Music Theory 2: Intervals; transposing and melody writing. Music Theory 3: Transposing; minor scales; two-part harmony. Music Theory Application 1: A year course to apply relative music theory to instruments in a practical way. How to apply Music Theory 1. Music Theory Application 2: How to apply Music Theory 2. Music Theory Application 3: How to apply Music Theory 3. Music Weeks 1-4: Four weeks of intense training on instruments to complete a phase in each week.

LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
SUBJECTS WORD ACADEMY 1,2 Biblical Context 1: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. 3 Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. 4 Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. 5 Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His hand; the 6-9 creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-4 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. 10 Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. 11 Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations 12 Co Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; articulated 13 calling & expressed destiny. 14- Word 1-4 (written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual maturity 17 that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-12) 18 Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages- for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages: value of 19 games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal 20 responsibilities. 21 Kingdom Finance: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering Kingdom advancement; practical application. 22 Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines.

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PROPHETIC ACADEMY 23 Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in an 24 inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be discussed: 25 Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. 26 Prophetic Evangelism: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. DRAMA ACADEMY 27 Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques, mime, dance, rap, storytelling, puppets; improvisation. 28 Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking. DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; Biblical references to dance (dance in the Word); basic 29 dance principles & experiences. 30 Flags A: Biblical perspective on dancing with flags; practical guidelines; exercises; improvisation and choreographing of own dance. Spirit Dynamics A: The meaning of dance in the Spirit realm; what is spontaneous dance; how to flow in the Spirit in dancing; learn to express spontaneously with 31 dance, while flowing with a worship team.

PART TIME CLASSES
INSTRUMENTS Our courses range from beginners through to advanced levels, covering the music alphabet; chords; scale tone chords (keys); notation; tablature and 18 songs. Playing by ear (detail and level of difficulty increases as you progress through the levels). From a foundation of praise and worship, through to Christian contemporary, outreach and live performance training. Start with Level I and progress to Level 3 at your own pace. 32 33 34 35 Level 1 - Instruments: Piano/Keyboard; Guitar; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training (Basics); [Foundation; music alphabet; chords; scale tone chords (keys); and 18 songs.] Level 2 - Instruments: Piano; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training; Lead Guitar; Classical Guitar; Rhythm Guitar. [Advanced techniques; different styles; improvisation; scales; chords & chord structures.] Level 3 - Instruments: Piano; Bass Guitar; Drums; Vocal Training; Lead Guitar; Classical Guitar; Rhythm Guitar. [Styles include Blues, Jazz, African and Rock. Playing by ear and applying advanced scales.] Music Composition 1: Learn to write and arrange your own songs, using different techniques.

36 Pre-Syllabi: (Primary School Children) Pre-Piano, Pre-Guitar, Pre-Bass, Pre-Drums, Pre-Vocal. Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1-week Training Conference in April; 5. by a visiting tour team; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 7. by attending weekend workshops. (Please contact the office for further information on the above.) 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you;

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SUBJECTS Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques, mime, dance, rap, storytelling, puppets; improvisation. Drama 2: Writing; directing; acting; technique. Drama 3: Speech training; character portrayal; street drama. Acting A: Practical application of drama technique; history. Puppets A: Making of puppets; writing scripts; manipulation of puppets. Clowning A: Make up & costume; basic technique. Mime A: Costume; improvisation & basic technique. Directing A: Direct a play, directing history. Must have completed 6 other specified A-levels to enrol. Make Up A: Normal-, creative and stage make-up. Costuming A: Designing & making of a costume. Staging A: Build & design stage props and stages. Scriptwriting & Analyzing A: Format and structure of a film script. Drama Perspective A: Biblical foundations and perspectives of drama; drama as a worship lifestyle. Drama Education A: Teaching drama to children; how to give Drama 1 & 2. Drama Education B: How to teach the A-levels Specialising Fields & Drama 3. Equipping you in specific teaching dynamics. Clowning B: Clown production; ministry; clownastics. Mime B: Isolation; writing & doing a mime production. st Make Up B: Making of scars & wounds; use of latex make-up. (Not compulsory for 1 year Drama Academy) Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking. Writing A: Senses and sensible writing; tools of the trade.

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LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
SUBJECTS WORD ACADEMY 1,2 Biblical Context 1: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. 3 Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. 4 Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. 5 Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His 6-9 hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-4 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. 10 Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. 11 Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations 12 Co Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; 13 articulated calling & expressed destiny. 14- Word 1-4 (written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual 17 maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-12) 18 Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages- for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages: 19 value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal 20 responsibilities. 21 Kingdom Finance: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering Kingdom advancement; practical application. 22 Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines. WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of 23 worship; expressions; musical instruments. PROPHETIC ACADEMY 24 Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in 25 an inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be 26 discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. 27 Prophetic Evangelism: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively.

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DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; Biblical references to dance (dance in the Word); basic dance principles & experiences. MULTI MEDIA ACADEMY

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Camerawork A: Equipment; technique & practical application.

PART TIME CLASSES
30 SUBJECTS Pre-Drama: (for children ages 6-12) Introduction to basic drama techniques: mime; dance; rap; story telling; puppets; improvisation.

Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops.
(Please contact the office for further information on the above.)

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DANCE ACADEMY

A-LEVEL SUBJECTS: Practical guidelines & exercises; learning combinations & patterns; basic movements & improvisation; choreograph own dance; Biblical perspective; history of dance. A minimum of SIX subjects must be completed. Flags A: Biblical perspective on dancing with flags; practical guidelines; exercises; improvisation and choreographing of own dance. 1 Cloth A: Practical guidelines on cloth (big & small fabric); basic movements; improvisation; choreographing of own dance. 2 Ribbons A: Practical guidelines on ribbons; basic movements; improvisation; choreographing of own dance. 3 Tap Dance A: Creating new rhythms; learn basic techniques; combinations; choreography. 4 Tambourines A: Tambourines in the Word; practical guidelines on how to use the tambourine; dance patterns; how to choreograph your own pattern & dance; 5 improvisation. Choreography A: What is choreography?; use of stage; line; formations; the essence of a good choreography; individual and group choreography. 6 Poetic Movement A: Guidelines on how to move to the spoken word (poems & scripture); improvisation; exercises to improve creativity; write & choreograph own 7 poem. Dance History A: The origin of dance; how dance developed through the years; different styles and the reasons why they were created; dance in our present day; 8 where do we go from here…. Percussion Dance A: Different percussion styles; combinations; choreography; the origin of percussion dance. 9 Spirit Dynamics A: The meaning of dance in the Spirit realm; what is spontaneous dance; how to flow in the Spirit in dancing; learn to express spontaneously with 10 dance, while flowing with a worship team. 11 Gymnastics A: Learn how to control your body; elements of movements; balance and posture; anatomy of body; how it applies to other dance forms. B-LEVELS: Advanced techniques & floor work; Word study; how to minister more effectively; improvisation; designing and/or making of props; class choreography & production; choreograph own dances. A minimum of THREE subjects must be completed. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Flags B: Word study on flags; more specialized techniques & improvisation; class choreography; design & making of own flags – bring along extra money/material for the making of a flag. Cloth B: Word study on cloth; more specialized techniques & improvisation; design & making of own cloth – bring along extra money/material for the making of creative cloths; choreography; costume design & stage décor; ministry & prophetic flow; class choreography. Ribbons B: Word study; ministering with ribbons; more specialized techniques & floor work; class choreography; different kinds of ribbons; partner work; creative ribbons (design & making) – bring extra money/material for the making of creative ribbons. Tambourines B: Word study on tambourines; patterns and tambourines technique; choreography; improvisation; class choreography. Choreography B: Further development in choreography; individual & group work; use of props/objects/décor; practical choreography. Poetic Movement B: Word study on tambourines; patterns and tambourines technique; choreography; improvisation; class choreography. Percussion Dance B: Dance which fuses body movement with rhythm; music and atmosphere created using your body as instrument; class production; word study; greater focus on using props to create more effective rhythms and messages.

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COMPULSORY SUBJECTS: Dramatic Movement A: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; Biblical references to dance (dance in the Word); basic dance principles & experiences. Dance Perspective A: God‘s perspective, opinion and heart about dance as a tool and co-worker with Christ, for His Kingdom‘s advancement. Dance Education A: How to teach children to dance; teaching children technique & dances; handling various class situations. Dance Education B: How to present A-levels; handling various class situations; sitting in A-levels; practical class presentation. Body Language Education A: Learn a new language of worship; combination of exercise & dance; God‘s purpose & perspective; create own routines; learn new routines; basic anatomy. Dance Technique & Expression A: Learning different dance techniques & styles; why technique is important; vocabulary of movements; learning choreographed dance; basic anatomy.
MATERIALS/PROPS It is advisable that students use their own props (flags/tambourine/ribbons/cloth), and to bring a CD player [for practicing] and own music. Students may make use of the Academy props, but please note that an extra R5 per item will be required for the use and hiring of any dance props, during and after class hours.

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1,2 3 4 5 6-9 10 11 12 13 1417 18 19 SUBJECTS Biblical Context 1: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-4 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations Co Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; articulated calling & expressed destiny. Word 1-4 (written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-12) Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages- for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages: value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal responsibilities. Kingdom Finance: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering Kingdom advancement; practical application. Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines.

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WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of worship; expressions; musical instruments. PROPHETIC ACADEMY Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in an inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. Prophetic Evangelism: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. DRAMA 1 Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques; mime; dance; rap; story telling; puppets; improvisation. Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking.

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PART TIME CLASSES
30 31 32 33 CHILDREN & YOUTH DANCE Children Dance 1: Co-ordination; development exercises; games; dances; creativity in God‘s presence; focus on the senses and movement; improvisation with flags, tambourines, cloth and ribbons. Children Dance 2: Creativity in God‘s presence; focus on more development of body posture & technique; co-ordination; balance; get to know God as Creator and praise Him for creation; improvisation with flags, tambourines, cloth and ribbons; choreographed dances. Children Dance 3: Creativity in God‘s presence; focus on more development of body posture & technique; co-ordination; balance; establish more of God‘s character in their lives (fruit of the Spirit); focus on more spontaneous dance before God. Youth Dance 4: Learn a choreographed dance and how to minister with it; learn Godly principles specific to the dance learnt and how it applies to your walk with God. AGE 4 – 7 Years 8 – 10 Years 11 – 13 Years 14 – 18 Years

Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 3 week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops.
(Please contact the office for further information on the above.)

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FINE ART ACADEMY

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SUBJECTS Drawing 1: Skills development in form, line, tone, perspective and composition. Exploration of different drawing mediums, sketching and drawing methods. Drawing 2: Skills development in form, line, tone, perspective and composition. Exploration of different drawing mediums, sketching and drawing methods. Drawing 3: Skills development in form, line, tone, perspective and composition. Exploration of different drawing mediums, sketching and drawing methods. Painting 1: Development of technique – focussing on themes: still life or portrait; creating life and movement on canvas or board; using different mediums. Painting 2: Development of technique – focussing on themes: still life or portrait; creating life and movement on canvas or board; using different mediums. Painting 3: Development of technique – focussing on themes: still life or portrait; creating life and movement on canvas or board; using different mediums. Ceramics 1: Learn from the Potter. Use of different techniques, form and theory on working with clay. Ceramics 2: Learn from the Potter. Use of different techniques, form and theory on working with clay. Ceramics 3: Learn from the Potter. Use of different techniques, form and theory on working with clay. Sculpture 1: Discover form in three dimensions. Learn to assemble different kinds of material using God-given creativity. Sculpture 2: Discover form in three dimensions. Learn to assemble different kinds of material using God-given creativity. Sculpture 3: Discover form in three dimensions. Learn to assemble different kinds of material using God-given creativity. Purpose of Fine Art: Perspective on influence through the message in your work, and on God‘s heart for fine Art. Art Education A: Learn how to teach and lecture the fine art subjects, how to minister as a teacher, and to be a successful teacher. Art Education B: Learn how to teach and lecture the fine art subjects, how to minister as a teacher, and to be a successful teacher. Worship: Practical portrayal of worship through fine art. Create art inspired by the Holy Spirit through media, prayer and quiet time. Evangelism: Minister and impact people through your Art. Learn to flow prophetically and accurately in your work, applicable to the specific place. A practical. Reflection: Practical reflection on what God is doing in you as an individual -reflecting on the Sunday services and putting it into art form. Beads: Introduction to the art of bead making and its application in different art forms. Mosaic: Explore and develop in Mosaic, giving expression through different techniques and projects. Art Perspective: Discovering God‘s heartbeat and purpose for art and finding my purpose in His God-given gift of art in my life.

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LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
1,2 3 4 5 6-9 10 11 12 13 1417 18 19 SUBJECTS Biblical Context 1: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-4 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations Co Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; articulated calling & expressed destiny. Word 1-4 (written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-12) Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages- for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages: value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer.

PROPHETIC ACADEMY 20 Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in an 21 inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be 22 discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. 23 Prophetic Evangelism: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal responsibilities. Kingdom Finance A: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering Kingdom advancement; practical application. Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines. WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of worship; expressions; musical instruments.

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DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; Biblical references to dance (dance in the Word); 28 basic dance principles & experiences.

PART TIME CLASSES
29 SUBJECTS Pre-Art: (for children ages 3-14) Fun-filled creative projects focused on the development stages of children to promote their growth in creativity.

Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops.
(Please contact the office for further information on the above.)

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MULTI MEDIA ACADEMY

A-LEVEL SUBJECTS (A minimum of 10 subjects must be completed.) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Film Photography A: Equipment; composition; technique; practical: portfolio. Digital Photography A: Introduction to digital photography; learning basic skills; exploring equipment. Graphic Design A: Basic concepts & techniques. Editing A: History and Background. The transition from analogue to digital. Practical experience with editing equipment and software. Creare Multimedia subject Camerawork A suggested to be passed before doing Editing A. Camerawork A: Equipment; technique & practical application. Computer Literacy A: ICDL; networking, structures. Journalism A: Magazines and Newspapers: Defining and sourcing news; basic writing styles for a variety of media; ethics. Lighting A: Equipment; colour co-ordination; mixing; characteristics; designing. Multimedia Perspective A: God‘s perspective, opinion and heart about Multimedia as a tool and co-worker with Christ, for His Kingdom advancement. Identity; relationships; obedience; teachability & flexibility; selflessness; conflict; management and teamwork. Multimedia Education A: How to present A-levels in Multimedia. Film A: The basics of short film making and a deeper look at the Word, Greek mythology and how it affects film making today. A good place for anyone interested in film to start. B-LEVEL SUBJECTS (A minimum of 7 subjects must be completed.) Film Photography B: Specializing fields; audiovisual project; portfolio. Graphic Design B: Communication; design techniques; marketing. Camerawork B: History of motion pictures; the production process; practical. Journalism B: Magazines & newspapers in-depth; visual stimulus & research, practical. Computer Literacy B: Microsoft Windows proficiency. Lighting B: Aspects of coloured light; warm & cool colours; productions & set-up; tour. Multimedia Perspective B: Visual literacy. Multimedia Education B: How to present B-levels in Multimedia.

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LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
1,2 3 4 5 6-9 10 11 12 13 14 15-18 19 20 21 22 SUBJECTS Biblical Context 1: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-4 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations Co Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; articulated calling & expressed destiny. Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. Word 1-4 (written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-12) Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages- for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages: value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. PROPHETIC ACADEMY Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in an inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. Prophetic Evangelism: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal responsibilities. Kingdom Finance A: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering Kingdom advancement; practical application. Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines.

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WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of worship; expressions; musical instruments. DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; Biblical references to dance (dance in the Word); basic dance principles & experiences. DRAMA ACADEMY Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques, mime, dance, rap, storytelling, puppets; improvisation. Writing A: Essentials for writing; senses & sensible writing; journal keeping. Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking. Public Relations B: Communication & speeches; marketing; advertising.

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PART TIME CLASSES
2. PART TIME STUDIES Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops.
(Please contact the office for further information on the above.)

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PROPHETIC ACADEMY

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SUBJECTS Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in an inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. Prophetic Evangelism: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. Word 1-7 (written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on the following themes: salvation; relationship with the Father; Son and Holy Spirit; unity; servanthood; faith; victory and deliverance; God‘s word; prayer; the great commission; praise and worship; true worship; Word and life; Jesus‘ words. This brings individuals to a spiritual maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. School of the Prophets: A two week intensive equipping in Spirit dynamics, church building and breakthrough believer lifestyle. Prophetic Perspective: God‘s perspective, opinion and heart through and about the prophetic. Living a accurate prophetic lifestyle. Prophetic Intercession: Hearing God‘s heart in intercession and learning to prophetically speak forth His will.

LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
SUBJECTS WORD ACADEMY Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. 1 Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. 2 Life Building: How to develop daily devotion; personal worship; strong faith; strong anointing. 3 Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. 4

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Perspective 1-5: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-5 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. Biblical Context 1-5: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at the following: Christ in each book; the main theme of each book; the key verses of each book; a short summary of each book; historical information; etc. Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages-for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages; value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. School of Impacting Pastors: How to become a pastor. Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trails and tribulations Co-Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; articulated calling & expressed destiny. New Testament Survey A: A survey on the books of the New Testament. Old Testament Survey A: A survey on the books of the New Testament.

CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal 24 responsibility. 25 Kingdom Finance: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering kingdom advancement; practical application. 26 Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines. 27 Church Planting A: Apostolic strategies for planting of churches practically explained. WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of 28 worship; expressions; musical instruments. DRAMA ACADEMY 29 Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques, mime, dance, rap, storytelling, puppets, improvisation. 30 Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking. DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; biblical references to dance (dance in the Word); 31 basic dance principles & experiences.

PART TIME CLASSES (please contact the office for more information on part time classes)
Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. 5. 6. 7. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; by a visiting tour team; by attending afternoon or evening classes; by attending weekend workshops.

(Please contact the office for further information on the above)

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WORD ACADEMY

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SUBJECTS Life Building: How to develop daily devotion; personal worship; strong faith; strong anointing. Perspective 1-5: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-5 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. Biblical Context 1-5: A study on each book of the Bible; Looking at the following: Christ in each book; The main theme of each book; the key verses of each book; a short summary of each book; historical information; etc. Word 1-7 (written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on the following themes: Salvation; relationship with the Father; Son and Holy Spirit; unity; servanthood; faith; victory and deliverance; God‘s word; prayer; the great commission; praise and worship; true worship; word and life; Jesus‘ words. This brings individuals to a spiritual maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. FFI 1: Curse to blessing. FFI 2: Blessing of the Father. Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations Co-Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; articulated calling & expressed destiny. Financial Discipline: Budgeting; finances in marriage; etc. Ministering Spiritual Gifts: How to develop gifts. New Testament Survey: A survey on the books of the New Testament. Old Testament Survey: A survey on the books of the Old Testament. Ministry Equipping: Being trained and equipped to minister effectively. Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. Word Perspective: God‘s perspective, opinion and heart through and about His Word. Living His Word as a reality. School of Impacting Pastors: How to become a pastor. Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. Greatest in the Kingdom (Children’s Ministry): This course is a need for all ages-for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages; value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer.

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SUBJECTS PROPHETIC ACADEMY Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. 1 Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in an 2 inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be 3 discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. Prophetic Evangelism A: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. 4 School of the Prophets: A two week intensive equipping in spirit dynamics, church building and breakthrough believer lifestyle. 5 CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal 6 responsibility. Kingdom Finance A: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering kingdom advancement; practical application. 7 Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines. 8 Church Planting A: Apostolic strategies for planting of churches practically explained. 9 WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of 10 worship; expressions; musical instruments. DRAMA ACADEMY 11 Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking.

PART TIME CLASSES
Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops. (Please contact the office for more information on part time classes)

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CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY

SUBJECTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Introduction to Missions: What is the mandate for missions? Cross Cultural Missions A: God and the nations; the call & being sent; the missionary; working in a team; preparation & administration; the importance of a sending cell; luggage; foreign culture; language; an introduction to Re-Entry. Cross Cultural Missions B: Word study on God‘s heart for nations; a look at the assignments of Cross Cultural Missions A (how to apply information). Kingdom Finance A: Kingdom mindset for personal finances; empowering kingdom advancement; practical application. Kingdom Finance B: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering kingdom advancement; practical application. Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines. Church Planting A: Apostolic strategies for planting of churches practically explained. Church Planting B: In-depth study of planting churches according to New Testament pattern, using models from scripture. Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal responsibility. World Perspectives A: World issues; kingdom and Biblical perspective. Church Planting and Missions Perspective: God‘s perspective, opinion and heart about Church planting and Missions as a tool and being a co-worker with Christ, for His Kingdom advancement. World Religions A: An investigation on the origin, doctrines and misconceptions of various non-Christian religious groups and sects and how to approach each group. World Religions B: Further investigations on religious groups and sects. Re-Entry: Adjustment from life on the missions field; how to deal with expectations & changes (physical, social, emotional, political, spiritual, financial, family, etc.); the process of closure; dealing with guilt, ideals & relationships; debriefing; personal assessment; identity; back to your congregation. Church Planting & Missions Education A: How to impart to others what has been learnt. Basic class presentation in A-levels. School of the Prophets: A two week intensive equipping in Spirit dynamics, church building and breakthrough believer lifestyle. School of Impacting Pastors: How to become a pastor. Life Building: How to develop daily devotion; personal worship; strong faith; strong anointing. New Testament Survey A: A survey on the books of the New Testament. Old Testament Survey A: A survey on the books of the Old Testament. Language School: (R20 per lesson) English, Russian, etc. First Aid Level I: Choking, Asthma, Epilepsy, HIV Aids, CPR. Accredited St. John‘s Course. (Certificate included)

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LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
SUBJECTS WORD ACADEMY Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. 1 Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages-for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages; 2 value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. 3-6 Biblical Context 1-4: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. 7 Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. 8 Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. 9 Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His 10hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). 13 Self study on Perspective 1-5 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. 14 Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations. 15 Co-Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. 16 Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. 17 God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; articulated calling & expressed destiny. Word 1-4 (Written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual 1821 maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-13) PROPHETIC ACADEMY 22 Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts in 23 an inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be 24 discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. 25 Prophetic Evangelism A: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of 26 worship; expressions; musical instruments. DRAMA ACADEMY 27 Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques, mime, dance, rap, storytelling, puppets; improvisation. 28 Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking.

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DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; biblical references to dance (dance in the Word); 29 basic dance principles & experiences. SKILLS ACADEMY Select an option of two courses from the Skills Academy. 30 Refer to Skills Academy, p68.

PART TIME CLASSES
Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops. (Please contact the office for more information on part time classes)

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YEAR OF YOUR LIFE ACADEMY

SUBJECTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Sports & Recreation: Team building; fitness training (including nutritional information for the individual); different types of adventure sports and leadership training. Learn how to deal with pressure situations in a team, whilst making friends. Discovering the Arts: (see prices at different academies) 5 Weeks of the Arts (a choice between the different academies). Students will be trained in the Arts of their choice and be given tools to prepare for outreaches by using the Arts. World Religions A (Biblical Worldview): An investigation on the origin, doctrines and misconceptions of various non-Christian religious groups and ―-isms‖ (Jehovah Witnesses; Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter day saints; Islam; Old & new apostles; New Age; Hinduism; etc.); How to approach each group. Understanding the Bible: A week course of orientation of how to read the Bible. Students can learn how to effectively read the Word and discover an intimate relationship with God. Leadership Week: Training and equipping believers to become effective leaders in the home, the workplace and around friends; teaching each student to lead in excellence. Purpose and Identity: What is my purpose for life? Students can discover how they effectively work, their strengths and personality type. Different personality tests are performed on each student so that they can know how they can function most effectively in everyday living. Etiquette and Nutrition: Teachings and guidance on the correct etiquette for specific situations. Biblical perspective and practical help on a well balanced lifestyle, where each student learns what the necessary nutrition is for their body. Work Week: A practical week of serving the community locally and nationally. Manhood and Womanhood: A godly perspective of what our roles are as man and woman. Focus on the uniqueness that makes us who we are supposed to be. How we can live in today‘s society and retain our God given identities. Practical Skills Training: A skills workshop in First Aid, House Maintenance and Auto Mechanics. Ministry: Personal breakthrough for every individual in the Academy.

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LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
SUBJECTS WORD ACADEMY Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. 1 Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages-for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages; 2 value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. Biblical Context 1-4: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. 3-6 Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. 7 Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. 8 Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. 9 Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His 10-13 hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-5 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations. 14 Co-Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. 15 Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. 16 God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; 17 articulated calling & expressed destiny. Word 1-4 (Written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual 18-21 maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-13) PROPHETIC ACADEMY Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. 22 Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts 23 in an inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be 24 discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. Prophetic Evangelism A: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. 25 CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal 26 responsibility. Kingdom Finance A: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering kingdom advancement; practical application. 27 Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines. 28 Church Planting A: Apostolic strategies for planting of churches practically explained. 29

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DRAMA ACADEMY Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques, mime, dance, rap, storytelling, puppets; improvisation. 30 Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking. 31 WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way of 32 worship; expressions; musical instruments. DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; biblical references to dance (dance in the 33 Word); basic dance principles & experiences.

PART TIME CLASSES
Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops. (Please contact the office for more information on part time classes)

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SKILLS ACADEMY

SUBJECTS 1 2 3 4 Bui5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 First Aid Level I: Accredited St. John‘s Course. (Certificate included) House Maintenance A: This course covers maintenance and minor repairs in and around the house. Cracks, painting, fitting a plug, replacing a window, unblocking a drain, etc. Auto Mechanics A: This is a basic course teaching you to use your vehicle for the Kingdom of God; how a car works; safety features; etc. How to test the condition of your car and how to handle emergencies. Auto Mechanics B: This is a more advanced course on fixing vehicles. Trouble Shooting, Full Service, Fixing Brakes, Working on the engine. Building A: Basic Shelter Understand Different Building Techniques, and Build a Shelter Using Various Materials & Tools.

Building B: Brick Laying, Plastering, Painting, Tiling and Roofing. Roofing & Ceilings A: Reading & Drawing Plans, Roof & Ceiling Designs, Roofing Materials, Fixing, Finishing and Painting, Insulation, Ventilation & Waterproofing. Painting & Tiling A: Painting with Different Materials & Paints on various Surfaces. Planning, Choosing Colours, Painting Techniques and Cleaning up. Selecting Tile Types & Colours, Buying Tiles, Cement, Grout, Spacers & Extras, Plan a Layout and Prepare Surfaces, Cutting & Laying Tiles, Wall & Floor Techniques, Grouting, Finishing & Repairs. Electrical A: Sources of Electricity, Conductors & Insulators, Electrical Diagrams, Direct & Alternating Current, Measuring Electricity, Safety, 12Volt & 220Volt & 350Volt, DB Boards, Fittings and Conserving Electricity. Plumbing A: Water Sources, Collecting & Conserving Water, Pipes & Fittings & Gutters, Drains & Sewers, Geyser Maintenance & repair. Electrical Appliances A: Small & Medium Appliances, Trouble Shooting & Repairs. Connecting, Maintaining & Repairing Fridges, Stoves, Pool & Water pumps, Fans, Air-cons and Microwave oven Electronics A: Reading & Drawing Circuit Diagrams, Theory & Applications of Electronics and Types of Circuits. Woodwork: Tools, Safety, Technical Drawing, Drying & Selecting Wood, History Wood Finishing Techniques, Creative Work, Making Joints and Drilling. Metalwork: Tools, Safety, Technical Drawing, Wirework, Cutting, Folding, Solder & Welding, Drilling and Metal Finishing Techniques. Vegetable Production A: Vegetable Gardening made easy. Gardening A: Design & Landscaping, Tree, Shrub & Lawn Care, & Pool care. Catering A: Planning for big Groups, Preserving Food, Quick Meals, Healthy recipes. Business A: How to Start your own Business, Market Analysis, Advertising, Location, Service and Employing People.

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LIFESTYLE SUBJECTS
SUBJECTS WORD ACADEMY Preaching and Teaching: Enabling the student to preach the Word of God; how to teach and bring forth a clear message. 1 Greatest in the Kingdom: This course is a need for all ages-for parents and ministry workers. We look at the Father heart of God; developmental stages; 2 value of games; storytelling and intercessory prayer. Biblical Context 1-4: A study on each book of the Bible; looking at how Christ is portrait in each book. 3-6 Marriage God’s Way: Godly principles for marriage; communications; finances; in-laws; etc. 7 Parenting God’s Way: How to raise children God‘s way. 8 Healthy Relationships: Changing behaviour patterns; healing and restoration; forgiveness. 9 Perspective 1-4: Our Father‘s dream; the essence of a worship lifestyle; identity & destiny; kingdom-, ministry- and personal perspective; potential in His 10-13 hand; the creative hand of our Creator; truth vs. facts; the test of passion; vision vs. worship; revelation of God (Job & David). Self study on Perspective 1-5 is required; using the same book; the student will then each time write a more thorough exam. Faith Foundations: Testing of your faith through trials and tribulations. 14 Co-Shepherding A: Principles of shepherding; cell group training; basic principles of counselling. 15 Servanthood: Principles on serving God and people with the right heart and attitude. 16 God’s Blueprint: Secured identity; quality obedience and commitment; effective & faithful lifestyle; mature healthy, intimate, meaningful relationships; 17 articulated calling & expressed destiny. Word 1-4 (Written, personal, prophetic Jesus & prophetic Father): Memorizing of scriptures on different themes. This brings individuals to a spiritual 18-21 maturity that will result in a purity of ministry. (Stories 1-13) PROPHETIC ACADEMY Hear & Obey: A Practical way of learning to walk with God on a daily basis and growing in discerning His voice. 22 Prophetic Creativity A: To move the believer into the place where they can hear the voice of God and express present day truth through the creative Arts 23 in an inspired, simple and practical way, in order to influence the recipient. Prophetic Creativity B: To move the believer to live as a son of God in order to have a Godly thought pattern to discern the voice of God and to know the guidance of the Holy Spirit in order to establish the Kingdom of God built on the foundation of the revelation of Jesus Christ. The following topics will be 24 discussed: Having a healthy mind for healthy behaviour patterns; intimacy with the Holy Spirit; building in Spirit dimensions through praying in tongues; accuracy and quality of delivering spiritual gifts. Prophetic Evangelism A: Learning how to hear from God and then be led to impact lives creatively. 25 CHURCH PLANTING & MISSIONS ACADEMY Outreach & Ministries: To equip the believer with a basic understanding what outreach and ministry entails and to understand his/her own personal 6 responsibility. Kingdom Finance A: Kingdom mindset in business; empowering kingdom advancement; practical application. 7 Team Dynamics: The importance of functioning in a team; practical guidelines. 8 Church Planting A: Apostolic strategies for planting of churches practically explained. 9

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WORSHIP ACADEMY Praise & Worship Lifestyle: The heart of worship; worship lifestyle; theology of worship; ignite these in your life and corporate body of Christ; God‘s way 10 of worship; expressions; musical instruments. DRAMA ACADEMY Drama 1: Introduction to basic drama techniques, mime, dance, rap, storytelling, puppets; improvisation. Public Relations A: Communication skills; time management and public speaking. 11 DANCE ACADEMY Dramatic Movement: Exercises to develop creativity & spontaneity in worshipping God through movement; biblical references to dance (dance in the 29 Word); basic dance principles & experiences.

PART TIME CLASSES
Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops. (Please contact the office for more information on part time classes)

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SPORTS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

SUBJECTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 First Aid Level I: Accredited St. John‘s Course. (Certificate included) Hiking: An in depth look at safe hiking. Negotiating different terrain and touches on survival in the open. This course is aimed to make the beginner aware of his/her surroundings and how to identify possible dangers; how to pack a backpack; and the buying of equipment. Sky Diving: Sky diving is aimed to make the beginner experience the feeling of adrenaline as it pumps through your veins. Rock Climbing: Helps you overcome fears; builds trust in others and self as the beginner advances through the stages of competency and enjoying the outdoors. Sport and Nutrition: This subject will help the individual discover his/her specific needs towards sport and what impact sport has on the body. Bungee Jumping: Experience the wild side of free falling as you overcome fears. Leadership Training: This course will allow one to develop as a leader and develop one in the area of leading and handling of people. The course takes place at a Game ranch.

PART TIME CLASSES
Part time studies at Creare can be done: 1. during the 1 -week Training Conference in April; 2. during the 3 -week Training Conference in June/July; 3. during the 2 or 3 -week Training Conference in December; 4. by visiting any of the Creare Bases near you; 5. by a visiting tour team; 6. by attending afternoon or evening classes; 7. by attending weekend workshops.
(Please contact the office for further information on the above.)

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