NJITS Correspondence Bible School


NJITS Correspondence Bible School

The Correspondence School of Ministry is a new spiritual, educational training track of the New Jersey Institute of Theological Studies. Suite 160 440A Whitehorse Pike Atco, NJ 08004

Location: Camden NJ
Members: 43
Latest Activity: May 15, 2014

Discussion Forum

Why Did Job Suffer?

Started by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D Jan 23, 2011. 0 Replies

Should Ordination Require Seminary or Bible College?

Started by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D. Last reply by Darren Lamar Maclaire Jun 25, 2010. 16 Replies

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Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on November 5, 2010 at 1:30pm

Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on September 25, 2010 at 6:09pm
Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on September 11, 2010 at 3:55pm
Comment by Apostle Joseph Mihaye Kwaku on May 18, 2010 at 7:14am
Hello Beloved, How are you doing and the Mission. God Bless you for the great work you are doing for the Lord. I want to ask how I can take part in the online Bible Courses? Thanks

Apostle Joseph Mihaye k
Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on May 8, 2010 at 3:05pm
Inductive Bible Study
Friday May 14th, 2010
6PM – 7:30 PM
The Place: Cooper University Hospital
1 Cooper Plaza
Camden NJ


Instead of studying resources about the Bible, inductive study focuses first upon the Bible. You need to be willing to lay aside your preconceived notions, pet interpretations, ready references, study notes, sermon tapes, etc, coming to the Scriptures as for the first time. Your primary resource is God's Word, then other secondary resources. The tendency for many Bible students at the beginning of a study is to rally secondary resources that will do the "observing" and "interpreting" for the reader. It's quick but is it correct? How can you know if you don't make your own independent observations and arrive at your own interpretation based on those observations? And why even go to the Scriptures if you almost immediately forget what you've just read? Research show that we learn more and retain more, the more actively we are involved in the learning process

The Teacher: Chaplain Mark H. Stevens, M.Min

For more details call – 609-346-8343
Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on May 7, 2010 at 12:15am
Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on March 10, 2010 at 9:26am
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
What is a Chaplain?

Understanding The Call Of A Chaplain

A Chaplain is an ordained minister committed to the professional practice of pastoral care and/or counseling in healthcare facilities, correctional institutions, long term care units, rehabilitation centers, hospice, the military, hospitals and other specialized settings.

Pastoral Care & Counseling is a ministry to persons confined to these institutional settings. A pastor of a church practices pastoral care and counseling when he/she visits the sick in hospitals, nursing homes, jails and/or prisons.

Pastoral Care & Counseling knowledge and practice is gained through specialized education and training within these settings.

Chaplaincy is a component of the Department of Pastoral Care. Pastoral Counseling is the other component of a department of Pastoral Care in any denomination, healthcare or penal institution.

A Chaplain is a valuable resource within in these settings and has a unique role as religious leader, spiritual leader, and counselor. Chaplains reach out to personnel, patients and families to provide religious, emotional and moral support. He or she may also offer religious services, Bibles studies, pastoral counseling, crisis intervention and support.

For further information about Pastoral Care Training:

Chaplain Mark H. Stevens, M.Min
New Jersey Institute of Theological Studies
Pastoral Care Department
Suite 160
440A Whitehorse Pike
Atco, NJ 08004
Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on February 12, 2010 at 1:32pm
According to 1 Corinthians 3:1 all Christians can be divided into the two groups, spiritual and carnal. A spiritual Christian allows the Holy Spirit to guide and govern him to do the perfect will of the Father. A carnal Christian has been born again but has not overcome the sinful nature of his flesh. Instead of being governed by the Spirit he is ruled by feelings, emotions, desires, greed, good or bad intentions, intellectual interpretation etc. etc. Our churches are filled with carnal believers that don’t depend on the Word for their daily guidance. By rejecting the Word they also reject the Holy Spirit that speaks the Word to our spirit and mind.

The Catholic Church doesn’t encourage it’s congregates to study for themselves because the priest is the source of revelatory knowledge, but the Bible (John 14:26 and John 15:26) and the Holy Spirit are all the help we need. Yes we need teachers (Spirit-filled teachers) to help us, but we are still responsible to study to show ourselves approved unto God.

Pastors and teachers have to take the church from MILK to MEAT, I would be horrified to see an adult wearing diapers in church, but spiritually many saints are wearing diapers in the house of God. The reason we treat our pastors like gods is that we are babies and we are letting them carry us like babies! They should be taking us from milk to MEAT! We have to grow up so we can assist in the ministry and stop being a burden to the church. So many pastors quit because of burnout, but most of the time it is their fault! Imagine a woman trying to care for 20 to 30 babies at one time, she would eventually crack under pressure! We have to GROW UP SPIRITUALLY! We have to pray and study 7 days a week, not just on Sunday in the presence of your pastor. Martin Luther was a great man but we need MORE men and women like him today! Men and women committed to the truth of scripture over tradition, hype, and fluff!
Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on November 4, 2009 at 1:31pm
Ministers Manna
New Jersey Institute of Theological Studies
Suite 160
440A Whitehorse Pike
Atco, NJ 08004



The Correspondence School of Ministry is a new spiritual, educational training track of the New Jersey Institute of Theological Studies. This condensed, correspondence format will allow many of the basic courses of NJITS to be offered in a time frame better suited to the demands and time constraints of busy adults; particularly many of whom are already actively involved in ministry.

The Correspondence Manual is to be read and the test at the end of the lesson book is to be taken and mailed back to the School for grading. The test can be taken with an open Bible. Some answers to the questions are NOT found in the manual but require the taker to study the scriptures for the answer.
Challenging studies
The goal of this course is to challenge the student to study the Word with intensity and diligence. There will be other study books coming out in the near future.

Affordable and bible based
Practical, anointed, and insightful spiritual training at an extremely reasonable amount.
• The total cost for the manual and the Certificate of Christian Studies after completion is only $50.00
• The material is packed with Bible based doctrine that will enable you’re the student to be the man or woman of God you need to be. This is NOT a replacement for the training you SHOULD receive in your local church BUT it WILL enhance it greatly.

The Dean of the New Jersey Institute of Theological Studies

Elder Mark H. Stevens is an ordained Elder in the COGIC. He is the Dean of the Charles Harrison Mason Bible Institutes of New Jersey and the founder of The New Jersey Institute of Theological Studies. As a Chaplain he ministers at Cooper Trauma Center in Camden. He is also a staff Chaplain at Ancora Psychiatric Hospital. Elder Stevens graduated from the Institute of Jewish Studies, a School of the Philadelphia Bible University. He is an ETA (Evangelical Training Association) certified Bible Teacher. He holds a BA in Theology from Freedom Bible College and Seminary, and a Masters in Ministry from Freedom. His calling is that of Teacher. His classroom and pulpit is wherever the Lord leads him. This course is the first of many. Busy Ministers, Service men, hospital patients, and the incarcerated need training just like everyone else and THIS is a great start!
Comment by Mark H. Stevens, Th.D on November 1, 2009 at 4:37pm

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