Global School On-site

The Global School of Supernatural Ministry (Global School) is located in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Global School begins every September and ends in the middle of May. Our students attend classes Tuesday through Friday from 8:25am to 1:00pm. Outreach is a part of the culture of school.  This is one aspect of the hands-on experience.

Each day begins with updates and testimonies from our students. Then we move into worship and prayer. One day a week we meet in small groups in lieu of worship.

All onsite students attend a mission trip at the beginning of the school year. Students are also given discounted admission to any conference held onsite at the Apostolic Resource Center (where Global School is housed), as well as the Voice of the Prophets conference, is free to our onsite students and discounted for online and satellite students. Some conferences are mandatory for students to attend. This is listed on the student's academic calendar.

Topics taught at Global School include, but are not limited to: pastoral, prophetic, healing, identity, marketplace ministry, destiny, gifts of the Spirit, church planting, children's ministry, prophetic art and hearing the voice of God.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is tuition?
Tuition for one year of Global School is just $3500.00. Students have the option of a payment plan if needed. Global Awakening's finance department handles all financial transactions on behalf of Global School.  This does not include a $50 non-refundable application fee, books or the cost of the mission trip . 

Is this school for me?
We're so glad you asked! Global School is designed for the person who wants to operate more effectively in the supernatural through prophecy, healing, words of knowledge, deliverance, evangelism and shepherding God's people. We are not an accredited college. We are a ministry school that offers spiritual training along with hands-on experience. The hands-on experience ranges from street ministry to large conferences hosted by Global Awakening where Randy's students are the ministry team.

If I just graduated from high school, should I be going to Global School or to college?
That is a question that you do need to seek the Lord's answer on, as well as your parents or guardians. We can say from experience that coming here before going on to college can be very beneficial, and not only spiritually. It gives you the chance to learn how to live on your own yet have a safe extended family in which to do so. It can also be helpful when trying to choose a major in college. Often, people start college not being sure of themselves or even what they want to do. At Global School, we provide an environment in which to seek the Lord regarding your destiny and calling in life. We help you gain the tools to develop a plan which can be helpful when choosing a college and a major. 

What backgrounds have your students come from?
Since our inception in 2006, we have had students come through our school ranging from their late teens to early 70's, fresh out of high school to retirement. We've had missionaries and pastors take time off to come through Global School and get better equipped to return to their calling. Others come from the marketplace, and still others have been stay-at-home parents. You get the picture--we see people come in from all walk of life.

What do your students do after Global School?
We are looking forward to launching our alumni portion of this website soon. In eight years of Global School, we have had students launch other ministry schools in Brazil and South Africa, as well as within the United States. We've had some students plant churches and others start businesses. Students have been brought on staff at churches while others returned to what they were previously doing--only now with a strong identity and operating in the power of the Kingdom.

 

Expectations for Global School Students

Physical Demands of First Year Global School Students

  • ·         Ability to sit in class for an hour to an hour and a half at a time.
  • ·         Ability to participate in outreaches and mission trips on the street and in churches.  At times this requires the ability to stand for a couple of hours at a time.

 Physical Demands of Second Year Global School Students

  • ·         Ability to sit in class for an hour to an hour and a half at a time.
  • ·         Ability to participate in outreaches, mission trips, and practicum trips on the street and in churches.   At times this requires the ability to stand for a couple of hours at a time.
  • ·         Ability to travel extensively and get in and out of vehicles without assistance.
  • ·         Ability to manage all personal luggage and belongings without assistance.

 Expectations for All Global School Students

  • ·         Ability to read 15-20 books through the school year and answer five questions (about a paragraph each) about each one of the books.
  • ·         Ability to read the Bible every day and journal about the readings.
  • ·         Ability to write three 3-page response papers in first year or three teaching and preaching outlines in second year.
  • ·         Ability to participate in three outreaches every month.
  • ·         Ability to travel and minister as part of a student team.  First year students participate in a mission trip experience.  Second year students participate in a practicum experience where they are sent out to train and equip ministries around the world.
  • ·         Ability to use a computer and the internet to complete all assignments.
  • ·         Ability--and commitment-- to check and respond to e-mail daily.  E-mail is a primary means of communication between the school and the students.
  • ·         Ability to attend school each day it is session and be on time for class.
  • ·         Ability to complete all assignments on time.
  • To go on either the Brazil or Baltimore ministry trips during the first semester of first year.

Student Life

On-site:
Global School is designed for the person who wants to operate more effectively in the supernatural through prophecy, healing, words of knowledge, deliverance, evangelism and shepherding God's people. We are not an accredited college. We are a ministry school that offers spiritual training along with hands-on experience. The hands-on experience ranges from street ministry to large conferences hosted by Global Awakening where Randy's students are the ministry team. Our students are taught by the highest caliber of teachers, pastors and itinerant speakers. Our goal is to launch you into your destiny!

Online:
Online students get the privilege of joining Global School first year from anywhere in the world! They are housewives, college professors, missionaries, military personnel, retired, business owners, pastors, and many others. The students participate live with the on-site students or watch video on demand. They report encountering God in their homes very powerfully. The students are able to come on-site for several visits and attend conferences at a discounted registration. They are also able to apply for a second year on-site with no extra requirements.

Global Summer Intensive (GSI):
GSI is like an adrenaline shot of the Global School first year program. The days can be long and the school is intense. School meets Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Students in the three-week course in June come to Mechanicsburg, PA from all over the world to pursue God. They do outreach at least twice a week and see incredible miracles happen. With different speakers each day, they are taken on a powerful journey of transformation.

Satellite:
Satellite schools are ministries that partner with Global School to host their own local supernatural ministry school. It is like going through Global School Online with a group of people together. Global School provides the curriculum and speakers via the internet. Those who complete the satellite school are eligible for Global School On-site's second year program.

Outreach

Many opportunities are offered weekly for our students to put what they are learning into practice. Rather than sporadic "events", we seek to cultivate a lifestyle of outreach. Whether in partnership with local ministries, social agencies, and nursing homes or by gathering together, listening to the Lord, and going out into the surrounding communities, Global School students are expected to bring the practice of supernatural ministry to the world outside the classroom. Each month, students are required to participate in two organized outreaches and share at least one instance of incidental "lifestyle" outreach. These occasions often generate powerful testimonies of God's goodness, healing, and saving power which are shared at the beginning of each school day.

Part of the On-site course is participation in a mission trip in October. Online students are welcome to come and join in them if possible. Students are highly encouraged to go on the International Ministry Trip to Brazil with Dr. Randy Clark. Students function as part of the ministry team in many powerful, large-group settings, ministering to thousands. In this setting, the blind see, the deaf hear. the lame walk and many captives are set free--something students see happening for what may be the first time as they pray! For those unable to travel to Brazil, a second mission trip brings this saving and healing power of God to the streets of inner city Baltimore. Please note that the ministry trips are a mandatory part of the curriculum; the cost of the mission trip is not included in the price of tuition.