Life School of Theology is the answer to a long-time need in the greater Atlanta area. It is a nationwide "college without walls"
created for the purpose of bringing in-depth Bible and practical training to students who cannot, or do not desire to, attend
a residential college.
These courses are not the product of any one denomination or church. Now Christians can receive
ministry training from qualified, seasoned, spirit-filled instructors in a flexible and affordable format close to home.
goals are to help you in the development of the Christ-centered life, world evangelism, and mastery of the scriptures. Several
degree programs are available to help you achieve these goals. These programs are an expression of our desire that you'll
be thoroughly equipped to proclaim the Gospel to the world.
CLST stands firmly on Joel 2:28, which is it's theological
philosophy: "And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh, and your sons and daughters
shall prophesy (preach).." CLST encourages male and female, as well as all nationalities to step forward and say, "yes" to
the call which God has placed within them.
CLST Covington Campus is located in a small, but fast growing community and is known internationally for being the site
for the film and TV series "In the Heat of the Night". We believed that God had prophetically placed Christian Life School of Theology in Covington, Georgia, which
was formerly known for it's lack of racial tolerance, to become a 'repairer of the breach' and a 'restorer of broken
walls' in bringing national reconciliation and harmony not just to races, but to all people.
We have an experienced and dedicated group of teachers and administrators. Each teacher strives to create a supportive and
challenging classroom atmosphere to encourage students to participate.
Check out our Academic Programs by clicking on the link at the top of the page.
are 10 hours of class time and are offered at the rate of one course per month. A minimum of 45 clock hours of study are required
in each course according to the following format.
Pre-course study 20 hours.
Students purchase and
receive a syllabus and a text book at the day of class and begin working on course assignments.
Classes with Video/Instructor
Classes will be held in 3-day intensive sessions usually the second or third week of the month. Please
check Class Schedule Webpage on top of this page, for dates and times. Final examinations are assigned by the local Chancellor and the students are given three weeks to
complete and return them to the Chancellor.
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