At the Bethel Atlanta School of Supernatural Ministry we create an environment where people have a personal encounter with God, learn to live a lifestyle of encounter with Him, and reveal His glory wherever He sends us.
First year is about becoming firmly rooted in your identity in Christ. It’s impossible to know who we truly are without seeing and experiencing the truth of who our Father is. During this year students will learn how to hear God’s voice for themselves, pursue a lifestyle of healing and miracles, and operate in the gifts of the spirit. First Year is an environment that trains and equips sons and daughters to live every day from the goodness of their heavenly Father and reflect that goodness towards an Earth that’s groaning for their unveiling.
Second year is about being fully immersed in the Glory of God, walking in complete intimacy with Jesus, listening to his voice, and responding to what He says. It’s a year of becoming one with your classmates just as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one. Students will learn how to steward all the breakthrough they received during their first year and develop it into a lifestyle of continuous breakthrough. Second year prepares students to ignite and lead revival because of the passion and love they carry for Jesus.
Third year is about learning how to transform culture. After two years of being transformed by the gospel, students will learn how to release what they carry to transform and influence the culture of any environment they find themselves in. Students will learn about leadership, cultural transformation, and how to live a life that reveals God’s glory. Third year equips students to be the city on a hill and the light of the world that all Jesus’ disciples are called to be.
The Intern Year is about launching our interns out of BASSM and into their spheres of influence. We focus on each intern’s unique gifts and calling to create lasting impact through their internship, class time, and one on one life coaching sessions. During their final year at BASSM, our interns have the opportunity to begin implementing all they have learned during their time as a student, while being individually coached through the process by one of our excellent staff coaches.
What To Expect
At BASSM our goal is to create an intimate environment that feels like family while making the presence of God our focus. Our school meets on Monday and Tuesday night from 6:00-9:30pm. This part time schedule allows anyone, including those working full time or in leadership in other churches, to participate in our school. Our students range in age from 18 to 80, so no matter where you are in life, then BASSM has something for you.
Each week, we start class with worship. This is a time for the whole school to gather together and seek the face of God. During your individual class, you will experience live teaching from our directors and revival group pastors. These teachings are both informative and activation oriented. We don’t simply want to teach you; we want to inspire, impart, and activate you in kingdom truths both in class and during your outreach as well.
Guest speakers are a student favorite every year. We value the Apostolic voices who are influencing the Kingdom and each year, we invite 4-5 guests to come and speak to our school. Another main focus of our class time is revival groups. These are smaller groups lead by our revival group pastors that allow for intimate connection and community among each year of students. These groups afford you time to discuss class topics and ask questions in a smaller setting.
The final aspect of class time is our electives. We realize that each of our students have different interests and we try to highlight different aspects of the Kingdom through our electives. These topics range from songwriting to Kingdom business to seeing in the spirit to intercession and encounters. You will get to choose various electives throughout the year and they are a fun addition to our curriculum.
At BASSM, everything we do in and out of class focuses on the lifestyle that Jesus modeled. We want to teach, empower, and activate believers in the fullness of their identity as sons and daughters of God. We believe that this is available to every believer and that in making sons and daughters, we are making future fathers and mothers: “I tell you the truth, anyone who believes in me will do the same works I have done, and even greater works, because I am going to be with the Father.” (John 14:12)
Every Monday night, we begin class with worship. This is our first priority because we know that all we do is an overflow of our connection with His presence. Beginning in 2nd year, students can be a part of the worship team – those details will come from BASSM’s worship coordinator during the year. We also offer several electives each year centered around worship topics.
Each student is required to go on a mission trip of their choice during the school year. The cost of these trips is separate from your tuition cost, but you can raise money to cover the cost of your trip. We offer weekend domestic trips as well as international trips, such as Mexico, Kenya and Columbia, that are typically 7-10 days. You will receive more information about specific trip details at the beginning of the school year.
First year students are required to attend an outreach outside of class. We offer many different times and activities to accommodate a variety of schedules. This is the perfect opportunity to apply topics and skills you are learning in class from giving prophetic words to intercession to praying for the sick. The testimonies coming from our outreaches each year are exciting and faith building.
Homework & Finances
Each class has assigned reading outside of class, both from books and the Bible. Students are expected to follow their reading schedule and turn in any assignments connected to their reading on time. Due to the part time nature of our school, these outside assignments are an extension of our class time and give us an opportunity to empower you in your personal growth throughout the week as well. Students are also expected to pay their tuition on time. You can choose to pay your tuition in full at orientation or sign up for a monthly payment plan.
“I tell you the truth, anyone who believes in me will do the same works I have done, and even greater works, because I am going to be with the Father.”
School Calendar 2020-2021
Classes are held Monday and Tuesday from 6pm-9:30pm.
Orientation: September 13
1st Day of School: September 14
PCB: October 2 – October 4
Thanksgiving Break: November 22 – November 29
Christmas Break: December 20 – January 3
MLK Day Holiday: January 18
Last Day of School: April 20
Graduation: April 25
Are you interested in visiting our school?
Contact our Senior Director: Blake Healy
BASSM has exceeded my every expectation in that I have been equipped to go to the next level. What had been my ceiling is now my floor. To say my life has been forever altered and changed would be an understatement.SARAH BREEDEN – PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA
We love graduation! It’s a joy to graduate together.
To the BASSM staff graduation means “successfully completing the academic, attendance, financial, and spiritual tasks the staff asks of you and doing it with an honoring attitude.” To successfully graduate from your year, you must fulfill all homework and attendance requirements, fully pay your tuition, and go on a mission trip. Students who do not complete these tasks will not graduate. Also, to be considered for the next year of BASSM, you must complete your current year (ie. to attend 2nd Year, you must successfully graduate from 1st year).