Feb 16

Andrew Wommack

2017 GOSPEL TRUTH SEMINAR

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3 days – March 16-17-18, 2017

at the Hylton Memorial Chapel

Woodbridge, VA

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Jun 22

Day and Evening Classes

CHARIS at Washington DC Campus offers more options:

Full time (4 times/week) or Part time (2 times/week)

First Year  –  Evening Classes

Second Year   –  Day or Evening Classes

 

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Daytime classes for second year students

Full-time and part-time students will attend Monday-Thursday 10:00 am-1:15 pm. New staff member, Leigh Cassedy, will be coordinating the day classes. She recently completed three years of training to qualify as a Charis Bible College coordinator.

 

 

 

Evening classes for first year and second year

Full-time and part-time students attend Monday–Thursday 6:30-9:30 pm. Chip and Margaret Morrow, directors of Charis Washington DC will conduct these evening classes.

Washington DC campus is located at

6118 Franconia Rd. Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22310.

Call Chip and Margaret at 703-743-0942. 

 

 

 = = = = = = = = NEW Campus for Charis near Baltimore = = = = = = = = =

For those in the Baltimore, MD area, we want to introduce Dolores Woodson. She has completed three years of training with Charis to qualify to manage the new Baltimore campus. The location is 2288 Bluewater Blvd. Suite 480, Odenton, MD 21113.

First year classes are offered several ways:

Day School for part time students on Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 – 11:30 AM.

Evening School for part time students on Monday and Tuesday from 6:30 – 9:30 PM.

Evening School for full time students on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 6:30 – 9:30 pm.

Contact Dolores with your questions by:

email Charis.Baltimore@yahoo.com 

or call 410-888-7208

 

Mar 07

March Guest Teachers

Charis Bible College – Washington DC

Monday and Tuesday at 6:30 pm

March 14th & 15th

MIKE & CAROLINE HOESCH

Mike Hoesch is making available to you his teaching notes on  Passivity  (click to view or download).

M C Hoesch cropHave you ever wanted to meet someone who has experienced an obvious but “impossible” healing from God? Would you like he and his wife to show you in the scriptures how anyone can be healed? Would you like a chance to ask them questions?

Mike Hoesch was healed of a cancerous tumor and has the horrifying pictures to show it. His breakthrough of understanding came when he read one of Andrew Wommack’s books titled You’ve Already Got It. Mike and Caroline’s story is featured in Healing Journeys 3. Visit Andrew Wommack Ministries website to read about Mike’s healing and Hoesch healing video about Mike Hoesch.

Mike and Caroline Hoesch work full time at the ministry prayer/call center and teach healing in their local church and around the world..

Dec 18

Holiday Break

Charis Washington DC will be on CHRISTmas and New Year break until January 11, 2016.

We wish you a Happy New Year!  

Nice words.

But HOW does a Christian receive a Happy New Year in 2016?

I Peter 3: 10-11: “For he that will love life and see good days, let him refrain his tongue from evil, and his lips that they speak no guile: Let him eschew evil and do good; let him seek peace and ensue it.”

Guile—deceit, subtlety, bait, fraud. Agreeing with the devil in speech is speaking deceit. Genesis 3:1 forever reveals subtlety as a characteristic of the devil. His words are bait to hook us into a life of sin, sickness, depression and poverty. They are a fraud. Satan’s words seem true but they’re not. Evicting them from the heart keeps them out of the mouth.

Eschew—to turn away from, to shun. No matter how tempting or how harmless a behavior seems, he who wants good days and to love life has nothing to do with evil in any way, shape or form. Like a lighthouse in a dark night, the Holy Spirit shows the way of escape. 

Ensue—to run swiftly in order to catch a person or thing, to pursue, to earnestly endeavor to acquire. This is no recliner, TV remote, bowl of ice cream kind of peace. This is a willingness to apologize, being the one who changes when we’re wrong and sometimes even when we’re not. We have the courage to say the hard thing that needs to be spoken. We are slow to speak, especially when we want to convince others that we are right and they are wrong. Isaiah 26:3 shows us that we ensue peace by keeping our minds upon God, His Word, His guidance.

If loving life and endless good days are the goal, anything we feel like saying doesn’t drip from the mouth like drool. Flirting with evil is a thing of the past. Our minds are stayed on God, trusting in Him and His ways.

By the time 2017 rolls around, we could be hiking the sunny trail that leads to loving life and seeing one good day after another.

  • by  Margaret Morrow

Nov 20

Thanksgiving

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We all give thanks to God for all His abundant grace and blessings.

 

Charis – Washington DC will enjoy Thanksgiving holidays during the week of November 22-28.

The new winter term begins the evening of November 30.

New class schedules are now posted.

Come visit us for a evening of classes this winter.

Your directors,

Chip & Margaret Morrow

 

Oct 30

Fall News

Charis Bible College – Washington DC

Mike and Kathy
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We’re well into autumn and the leaves on the trees are a riot of colors. Students have formed friendships and God is working in their lives. Kathy wanted to attend third year at Charis Bible College this year but didn’t drive at night. Yet she was certain that God was leading her to attend third year. “Do You want me to ride the buses and Metro?” she asked God. “You know I don’t drive at night and it’s a long way from where I live to Charis.”

Kathy volunteered to help with registration at Open House and used public transportation to get here. She was writing down the address of a first year student when she saw God’s answer to her dilemma. She didn’t know the student she was registering but God did. Mike lived right around the corner from her and was glad for Kathy’s company during the car ride.

 

You may have your own blessings waiting for you at Charis Bible College.

It’s not too late to start. Winter term begins November 30.

Come part-time (2 evenings a week) or full-time (4 evenings a week).

Charis online and correspondence courses you’ve completed

could count towards your diploma and possibly reduce your tuition.

Look into Charis Bible College.

Look into Him who loves you forever.

Sep 20

Fall Events

WParrWendell Parr

October 12 & 13, beginning at 6:30pm

Sharing from over thirty years in ministry, Wendell Parr opens up his life as he teaches some of the most fundamental truths of the Christian faith. As a former pastor and teacher of the Word, Wendell breaks down the Scriptures in order to give students a vantage point from which to advance in
their walk with Christ. He teaches Charis Bible College classes such as Holy Spirit, Old Testament Survey, and New Testament Survey, students will walk away with a better understanding of the Word and how to interpret it. 

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WEEKLY EVENTS

Healing School (live stream) every Thursday 3 – 5 pm,

starting September 17, 2015

 

 

Charis Bible Study every Saturday, 2:30-4:00

starting September 19 2015

 

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VISIT us at CHARIS – Washington DC. 

Class Times: 6:30-9:30 PM, Mondays – Thursdays

Visit free classes any evening at 6118 Franconia Rd, Alexandria, VA

See the school – Meet the students – Get more information 

 

Aug 15

New Fall Term Begins September 14th

Change Your Life.  –  –  Change your World.

Prepare to join Charis Washington DC for first, second or third year classes which begin on September 14th.  

Classes are conducted in the evenings 6:30-9:30 pm on Mondays through Thursdays with full time or part time options.

Print and complete your Charis Application and come to student registration on September 8th or 9th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.

We will also host Open House those evenings for all our students, graduates, friends, and partners. 

 

 

Jul 09

Charis Washington DC News

CHARIS Director’s Meeting in Colorado

Our staff recently attended directors’ meetings at Charis Bible College in Colorado. Sixty-eight extension schools from around the world were represented. As you probably know, Andrew Wommack Ministries is growing. The limits have been taken off God and He is doing marvelous things!  Two changes that could bless you are:

God’s Heart Radio Ministries is an internet radio service. It features 12 hours of teaching (Charis staff, alumni and established teaching ministries) and 12 hours of music (Charis artists and established contemporary artists). Renew your mind and nourish your soul so that you can walk in the supernatural abundant life that Jesus has provided for us. Go to www.godsheartradio.org and be blessed!

Charis Bible Studies is for people who are looking for good Christian fellowship and grace teaching in their area but are not ready to make the commitment to full-time or part-time Bible college. The studies are led by Charis Bible College graduates. See if there is a current study in your neighborhood or start a Bible study. Find out how at www.charisbiblestudies.net

 

2015 FALL TERM BEGINS

Charis Bible College at Washington DC will host Open House/Registration 5:30-7:30 pm on September 8 and 9, 2015. Come visit with students, get your questions answered and take a look at the school. Enrolling students will pay tuition and fees, complete registration and have ID pictures taken.

First evening of classes is September 14.

 

 

May 17

2015 GRADUATION

The Class of 2015 was the first 11 graduates of Charis Washington DC.

The graduation dinner was on Thursday evening, May 14th.

Grad Class added

 

Graduating Class of 2015 

Nicholas K. Adjei

Leigh A. Cassedy

Philip A. Coleman

Susan C. Corcoran

Eric J. Drew

Mary Dridi

Steven L. Green

Kelsie Holtje

Kathryn Martin

Nevien Tadross

Dolores W. Woodson

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