Principles of Redeeming Cultures School
The PRCS exists that we may equip others to see redemptive truth applied to all spheres of society for social transformation, as they journey toward wholeness, healing and freedom through cultural restoration and community transformation.
Impartation of biblical principles through training, to redeem the cultures of the earth, to fulfill the great commission.
• 10 Weeks classroom lecture phase
• 1 week preparing for the IPODD conference (in pursuit of divine design)
• IPODD Conference: To be announced
• Weekend Excursions
The PRCS is a school of equipping with tools for reconciliation and redemption, within all spheres of society to bring about community transformation.
• Unlocking indigenous nations.
• Redemptive gift of individuals & land.
• Social Entrepreneurship
• Exploring God’s design for every sphere /domain of society
• Exploring cultures from ancient to current days and how it’s relevant in a globalized world.
International and local leaders in church, politics, business, indigenous tribal leaders and more. The PRCS aims to expose the students to diverse ways of thinking and equip them in applying truth, evaluating a Biblical response to some of society’s most pressing issues. The learning approach includes robust discussion and debates and practical excursions to underscore the lectures.
4 August – 27 October 2019
Our fees are based on the nationality of the applicant. This fees structure allows students coming from less privileged backgrounds to join in our training. The fees include tuition, food, & housing, but exclude outreach.
Lecture Phase (12 weeks long):
South Africans: R14,990
Zone 1 (African countries): R15,400
Zone 2 (Latin America and Asia): R22,500
Zone 3 (N. America, Europe, and Oceania): R28,833
Registration fee (required to process application)
Students from within South Africa shall pay R300.
Students from abroad shall pay R500.
Prices might change without prior notice.
• Awareness of the student’s personal identity and strengths of their own nation.
• Deepening of personal & biblical worldview.
• The student must understand their history and the redemptive stories that were placed in their people group by God so that they can discover him and his purpose for them.
• Discover distortions within their own cultures and find principles to bring redemption.
• Appreciation of diversity and God’s intention for it? What is demonic and what not?
• They should be able to articulate from a Biblical perspective, Genesis to Revelation, what cultural redemption really means and have a biblical understanding of God’s creational intention for nations and people.
• A clear understanding of honoring God through culture and the expression thereof.
• Create platforms for the celebration of the expression of each nation of students represented to understand principles of honor and protocol, learning to love and embrace it.
• Nations will be called forth: There will be a platform created for different cultures to call forth the strengths of another culture.
• The student must leave with an understanding of the role of first nations. Have answers for today’s events such as the refugee crisis, US election etc.
• Each student will walk away with tools for community transformation.
• The student must have direction in formulating a ministry business plan including vision and budget.