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Studying  With Rev Marie Y Arnold B. Msc.
Biblical Academy
Rev Marie Y Arnold B. Msc
The Research,Theology and Teaching Ministry
Footsteps of Jesus  Seminary and Bible Academy
Research, Theology and Teaching Ministry of Eric Michel Ministries International
founded in 2015 our Seminary " Footsteps of Jesus" is for our future ministers in
the Christian Faith specializing in fully accredited graduate programs in Theology.
It is an online studies programs or in small classes programs, it attracts students
around the world who want to be serving as minister in our EMMI family of
Chaplains
or New Hope Ministry and Missions. If you have a desire to learn our traditions we
invites you to
join us. We offer courses of education leading to ordination as a
Christian Minister.

We are a legally established religious organization with the right to ordain ministers
and thus qualify them as ordained ministers: to officiate at weddings, baptisms,
funerals, Holy Communion, and Worship Ceremonies. Men and women who
complete the course and meet all the requirements, upon their request, will be
ordained in the context of worship with hand imposition in front of witnesses.

and accredited by Theological Accreditation International (TAI) or by the World-Wide Accreditation
Commission of Christian Educational Institutions
. Both are  non governmental accreditation,
extended exclusively to private, Christian institutions upon inspection and approval of their programs, operations,
and integrity.
WWAC is a worldwide accreditation that honours the separation of church and state, and extends
beyond national boundaries. Its standards and expectations measure compliance with Scriptural principles as
applied to education.In some country accreditation of universities and seminaries is a voluntary process with
accreditation granted by private, non-governmental agencies. Governmental agencies do not provide theological
or ministry accreditation.

Government-recognized accreditation is
not necessary for the religious vocations in which we are equipping
our students and people working in ministry positions do not need a government-accredited degree. We prepare
our students for work in our ministries as a minister or lay services at
Eric Michel Ministries International.
We will seek to provide a sound theological standing from which our students fulfill their divine calling. Our
courses meet the requirements established by many private, independent, and professional associations.
Various regionally or nationally accredited Christian Universities, colleges and seminaries may accept credits
and degrees from
Footsteps of Jesus Seminary.

Our programs are created for ordination, courses that can suit the needs of anyone who wishes to study
Christianity and prepare for a variety of professional ministries. It provide extensive knowledge in the areas of
Christianity theology and history, as well as some training in ministerial ethics, pastoral care and discipleship..
Serving as a professional chaplain will require additional courses in Clinical Pastoral Education.

Our Headquarters are in Ottawa, Ontario Canada and at this effect:

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The Superintendent of Private Career Colleges, under the authority of the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
registers institutions that provide instruction in the skills and knowledge required in order to get a job in a
particular vocation. Before these programs can be delivered, an institution must be registered with, and its
programs approved by, the Superintendent.

Exemption
Under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005 means that an institution is not required to be registered with the
Superintendent of Private Career Colleges and/or a program offered by an institution does not require approval
before being offered to the public. Institutions that are exempt from registration under the Private Career
Colleges Act, 2005 are permitted to deliver the programs, but students at such institutions should be aware that
they are not entitled to rights under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

New under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005, Fact Sheet #1

Religious Vocational Training
Programs which provide training for work in a religious vocation do not require approval under the Private
Career Colleges Act, 2005
e.g.,

Programs which provide the skills and knowledge to practice as a pastor do not require approval.

This exemption applies whether or not the program is being provided by a religious organization.

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R.T.T.M. Bible Academy (Harvestime)
The Bible Academy started in 1987 under our old name S.U.N.S., who became our Research, Theology and
Teaching Ministry
of Eric Michel Ministry International. All courses are in Church Bible Study Group Style
in which you can subscribe
here,  the groups are under the responsibility of  the Rt. Rev Marie Y Arnold who is
a graduate Bachelor in Metaphysics from Sedona University and a ex Sunday School Teacher of Jeddore United
Baptist Church, N.S., for over 25 years.

Harvestime Bible Academy a ministry of Eric Michel Ministries International We Respect All differences
by using reason


Educational technology

Educational technology is "the study and ethical practice of facilitating learning and improving performance
by creating, using, and managing appropriate technological processes and resources".

Various pedagogical perspectives or learning theories may be considered in designing and interacting with
educational technology.
E-learning theory examines these approaches. These theoretical perspectives are
grouped into three main theoretical schools or philosophical frameworks: behaviorism, cognitivism and
constructivism.

Educational technology is the use of both physical hardware (your computer) and educational theoretic
(online courses). It encompasses several domains including learning theory, computer-based training,
online learning, and where mobile technologies are used, m-learning. Accordingly, there are several discrete
aspects to describing the intellectual and technical development of educational technology:

Educational technology as the theory and practice of educational approaches to learning .Educational
technology as technological tools and media, for instance massive online courses, that assist in the
communication of knowledge, and its development and exchange. This is usually what people are referring
to when they use the term "EdTech".

Educational technology for learning management systems (LMS), such as tools for student and curriculum
management, and education management information systems (EMIS).

Educational technology as back-office management, such as training management systems for logistics
and budget management, and Learning Record Store (LRS) for learning data storage and analysis.

Educational technology itself as an educational subject; such courses may be called "Computer Studies" or
"Information and communications technology (ICT)".

The
Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) defined educational technology
as "the study and ethical practice of facilitating learning and improving performance by creating, using and
managing appropriate technological processes and resources". It denoted instructional technology as
"the theory and practice of design, development, utilization, management, and evaluation of processes and
resources for learning". As such, educational technology refers to all valid and reliable applied education
sciences, such as equipment, as well as processes and procedures that are derived from scientific research
and in a given context may refer to theoretical, algorithmic or heuristic processes: it does not necessarily
imply physical technology. Educational technology is the process of integrating technology into education
in a positive manner that promotes a more diverse learning environment and a way for students to learn how
to use technology as well as their common assignments.


Computer-based training (CBT) is any course of instruction whose primary means of delivery is a computer
Computer-Based Training (CBT) involves the use of a personal or networked computer (
your computer with
internet access
) for the delivery and access of training programs (our classroom). CBT can be synchronous
and asynchronous, as well as online, web-based, mobile, and distance learning

Educational technology had already made its first grand leap into the future long before the internet.
Since back when computers were the size of a small room, people had sensed the new technology’s potential for
educational use. They began to experiment with it and make plans on how to use it to enhance the human learning
experience.

Our Computer Base Teaching Christianity

The Eric Michel Ministries International is an International Christian Multi-Denomination Chaplaincy with
clergy leaders representing Christian Methodist, Baptist, Evangelical and Pentecostal.

EMMI is base in Ottawa, Ontario as an Interdenominational Christians
we seek to promote understanding and cooperation among the various Christian congregations and programs
on timely issues from religious/ethical perspectives. Faith development over the span of a lifetime. Exploring
religious truth meaning, and experience is central to our Christian faiths, and faith development is central to our
religious education. As a faith community and as individuals, we seek lives of meaning anchored by values and
a commitment to promote
principles of justice, love, trust, safety, acceptance and kindness.

Our goal is to promote and experience God.

The CBT provided by Research, Theology and Teaching Ministry (RTT) aim the student at the
understanding of the teachings and perhaps the hope of feeling closer to God. The life and teachings of Jesus
The Nazarene represent valuable life lessons.

This CBT Christianity: The Faith At Large looks at Jesus from a Historical perspective and from
EMMI view with commentary of EMMI on Christianity who did not arise as a single, uniform and coherent
movement, but as one marked by diversity of opinion, practice, and belief. At the beginning it was forged by
conflict as the early Christians wrestled with Judaism, collided with paganism,challenged the authority of the
Roman Empire, and struggled with each other. We wish that you will understand Jesus and the meaning of his
message of Love.

Objectives
Students will explore different classes within a culture; research the effect of Jesus and his teachings and the
view among different Christians.

Condition for admission
Be a Christian Member Class A: free or Member Class B: 20.00$ Computer with Internet access with a Facebook
Account and an
email account for access to our Groups. Access to Youtube.com and Wikipedia.org
A
Bible (Jerusalem from the Catholic, TOB from the Ecumenicism, NIV or KJV are our preferred)

Human beings have asked themselves about the existence of God throughout history. The various thoughts
and theories about the existence of God have produced several key arguments that support from human reason
and observation, the idea that there is a God.

Time frame: Unlimited due to each of the student can post questions on our  Bible Group and some of them can
be include in our lessons, also it will depend of how long students take for submitting their work.

  • Lesson # 1: The basic reason why we believe in God.
  • Lesson # 2: A look at how the Bible was written and how it came to us.
  • Lesson # 3: This lesson will focus in on the central figure in Christianity, Jesus
  • Lesson # 4: Salvation, sins and hell
  • Lesson # 5: What Jesus says about the church
  • Lesson # 6: The final lesson is the style and purpose of Christian life.
  • Lesson # 7: The Chaplaincy Ministry and New Hope Ministry & Missions

CBT
is a type of education in which the student learns with a computer and the Internet.
CBT is especially effective for reaching people that are far from our chaplaincy.

Other
CBT courses available upon request (minimum 10 students) The Christian Catechism & Home Bible Study

How to register: if you like to be a member or just to be with us for the teaching visit our
donation page after
you need to
join us at Facebook Workplace.
in Christian Theology. EMMI which operates the Seminary FoJBA, is a
non-profit organization.