The School of Supernatural Life is for those who want to encounter the supernatural ways of God in their normal everyday life. If you’re excited about representing God through signs, wonders and miracles and want to be known as someone with a deep personal relationship with Jesus, this is the school for you. Established by a church that has been
saturated in the presence of God, you’ll find a community of hungry people who love His presence and power and want to help you be transformed as you go deeper in God’s love. You are called to bring the Kingdom of Heaven to Earth and this eight month school will accelerate your call in life.
Grace Center is known throughout the nation as a church that loves to host the presence of Jesus. The church has strong family ties to Bethel in Redding, California and Catch the Fire (formerly TACF) in Toronto, Canada and has hosted many international prophets, teachers and revivalists from around the world including Bill Johnson, Heidi Baker, John & Carol Arnott and Graham Cooke. The church is home to emanate, a growing young adult movement for those in their 20s and 30s.
The school is focussed on personal transformation and practical hands on training. You will encounter God and have a personal experience of transformation to establish wonderful character that can sustain revival. At the same time you will learn how to do the supernatural works of Jesus in a very natural way.
By the end of the school you will have experience healing the sick, prophesying, preaching and teaching, supernatural evangelism, encountering angels, ministering deliverance and have confidence to know God in a new way.
You will learn how to hear God’s voice, understand dreams and visions, walk in godliness and purity and have a fresh value on the Word of God. The classes will be taught by a combination of Grace Center’s pastoral staff and gifted prophets, teachers and apostolic leaders from around the world that have relationship with Grace Center.
There will be a mix of classroom teaching, small group time and hands on demonstration and activation. Students will minister in a local church environment, and with an optional three week outreach trip at the end of the school, you will have plenty of opportunity to put into practice what you learn.
We are excited to welcome you to the School of Supernatural Life! We are believing for a generation that lives a lifestyle that glorifies Jesus, know a doctrine of love and holiness and move in power and anointing that represents the Kingdom here on earth.
Jeff & Becky Dollar,
Senior Pastors, Grace Center
We are excited to see students impacted by the love of the Father, empowered by the Holy Spirit and fall more in love with Jesus. Come join us and have your life changed!
Alyn & AJ Jones,
Registration and orientation begins Friday September 6th, 2013. Classes begin the following Monday (September 9th).
1st Semester - September 9th - December 10th, 2013
2nd Semester - January 6th - April 29th, 2014
An optional three week outreach is offered March 31st - April 21st.
Tuition costs are $3,500 although students can save $300 if they pay in full before September 1st. For students wishing to go on outreach, additional funds will need to be raised. Students are responsible for their own food and accommodation during the school.
Yes, we offer three payments of $1,050 each. Within 14 days of being notified that you have been accepted into the school, a non-refundable deposit of $350 is required to hold your place. The first installment is due on September 6th, the second by November 4th and the final installment by January 6, 2014. All school fees must be paid before you are eligible to attend the optional outreach.
To start the application process, please visit our applications section below. We are currently accepting applications for 2013 admission. The application deadline is July 1st, 2013.
Students are expected to find their own housing and provide food.
The school meets at Grace Center's campus in the Firehouse Building. The address is 2420 Bethlehem Loop Rd, Franklin, TN, 37069
There is no age limit, but we ask that students are at least 18 years old when enrolling.
As the school is designed around the importance of the local church, students will receive teaching and minister during Grace Center’s Sunday morning services. Students will be scheduled
to attend one of the Sunday morning services and minister on the prophetic and prayer teams as part of their school attendance. Grace Center services are at 8.30am and 10.45am.
The Bible is clear that all Christians are in full time ministry and so the aim of this school is to equip student to be naturally supernatural wherever they are irrespective of what their vocation ends up being. The core values of the school are as follows:
The teachings on the school cover the spectrum of those core values and prepare students to continue in life with healing, wholeness and confidence.
The school meets formally for classes on Mondays and Tuesdays. Each morning starts with worship at 9.00am and teaching begins at 10.am. Lunch break happens around 12.30 and teaching starts again at 2.00pm until 5.00pm. Tuesday afternoons are given over to small group time.
In addition to the formal teaching times on Monday and Tuesday, students attend emanate and one of Grace Center’s Sunday mornings as part of the weekly requirements and to practice what they have learned in class. Students are scheduled to serve on the prophetic and ministry teams at Grace Center.
Our teachers are a mix of Grace Center’s pastoral team and guest speakers that have relationship with Grace Center. Past speakers at the school have included James Goll, R.T. Kendall,
John & Carol Arnott, Steve Long, Chester & Betsy Kylstra, Chris DuPré, Don Finto, Chip Judd, Ken & Lois Gott, Dann Farrelly, and Gary & Sarah Morgan.
International students are welcome to apply for the school however they will require a valid visa to enter the USA and must be able to demonstrate they have funding for the full school year including accommodation and living expenses.
The US embassy in your own country is the best place to find out visa requirements and the required steps for securing the appropriate visa to enter the USA.The school is not currently accredited as an educational institution to be eligible for a student visa (though we are working toward this). The B2 visitors visa may be the most appropriate visa to use given the course tuition
is less than 18 hours per week. More information about the B2 visa can be found here.
For up-to-date information on visitors visas for the USA please visit this page.
Once your application to the school has been processed and approved, we can provide written documentation regarding your acceptance to the school and its course content to support your visa application.