Learn how your spirit, soul, and body work together in order to experience the abundant, overcoming Christian life. Discover your true identity in Christ and examine how the reality of righteousness and justification will help you walk out your faith.
Basics of Righteousness – Andrew Wommack (Correspondence-USB)
Andrew Wommack, President and Founder – Andrew Wommack Ministries and Charis Bible College
For more than four-and-a-half decades, Andrew has taught God’s Word with clarity and simplicity, emphasizing the unconditional love and grace of God. His vision is to spread the Gospel as far and deep as possible through his daily Gospel Truth television and radio programs, broadcast nationally and internationally. Andrew founded Charis Bible College in 1994, which has since grown to include more than seventy locations worldwide as well as a Charis Distance Education program. Andrew brings the simplicity of the Word of God and the revelation of grace into every classroom. Sharing from his decades of study in Scripture, Andrew is able to teach the Word in a powerful and practical way. Students can expect to receive the truth of the Word from someone who has lived out everything he teaches.
Courses Taught by Andrew Wommack:
- Sure Foundation
- Basics of Righteousness
- Relationship with God I
- Relationship with God II
- Receiving from God I
- Receiving from God II
“This course definitely painted a clearer picture for me of the spirit, soul, and body connection and how we can truly live a Spirit-led life, free from the dictates of the flesh, by renewing our minds to God’s Word. Every believer needs these foundational truths to thrive in the kingdom.”
“The course opened my eyes to many basic things–like the heart is a combination of the spirit and soul. The mind is the valve that connects with spirit and the body. Also, the soul is the deciding factor in whether you go with the spirit or the body. I am so glad also that your spirit never loses its relationship with God.”
“Very practical teaching that can almost immediately change a person’s previously-held wrong view of God, sin, condemnation, judgment, and spirit, soul, and body.”