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The mission of BSSM is to equip and deploy followers of Jesus Christ to passionately pursue transformation in their God-given spheres of influence. BSSM Third Year provides opportunities for each Second Year graduate to demonstrate the kingdom of Heaven in an environment related to his or her unique destiny.
Our program connects graduates with mentors in a specific field, from government to business, media, education, and beyond. A student provides service valuable to the mentor and the organization the mentor serves or oversees. In return, every mentor provides opportunity, experience, and anointing to expedite the student’s journey into his or her calling.
Applicants for Third Year must have graduated from Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry’s First and Second Year programs in Redding, CA.
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BSSM Third Year seeks to connect our Second Year graduates with mentors and opportunities around the world in various realms of influence. The opportunities we hope to provide must be marked by excellence, whereby a student will be trained and equipped in an area where a mentor has experienced personal success. The student’s commitment is 9 months (September to May), during which time they will volunteer 15-25 hours each week for their mentor. In turn, the mentor’s responsibility and privilege is to pastor and equip the student for kingdom expansion in a specific sphere or spheres of influence.
Please note that all spots are filled only after mentors are approved and according to the demand and interest of available students.
Mentor-Student Relationship and Standards of Practice
In the mentor-student relationship, it is the mentor's purpose to advance the experience, opportunity, and anointing of each of their respective students.
- Experience: The practice of skills, gifts, and leadership.
- Opportunity: Access to you, and access to your world.
- Anointing: Covering under your anointing and growth in the student’s anointing.
Deployment mentors are required to abide by the following standards with regards to each student:
- Monthly one-on-one meetings focusing on personal, spiritual, and emotional development.
- Training and mentoring in equal proportion to the student’s time spent on administrative tasks.
- Opportunities that empower the student to:
- be activated in their key areas of desired growth.
- practice skills relevant to the school year.