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ZION MINISTERIAL INSTITUTE (ZMI) is a non-sectarian, full gospel Bible school. ZMI has been raised up by the Lord to train ministers for the Body of Christ, who will be prepared for revival in these Last Days. The full course of study is 2 years for residential and walk-in students.
TEACHERS AND GUEST MINISTRY INCLUDE:
NORMAN HOLMES - the Director of ZMI and Zion Ministries of the Philippines. He has ministered around the world conducting pastor’s seminars and preaching, and has taught for over 40 Bible schools and seminaries. Rev. Holmes has also written 6 books and is the editor of a magazine for pastors while his writings have been translated in about 20 languages.
EDWIN ABISADO - An apostolic leader of the Fellowship of Ministers and Christian Churches (FMCC). Rev. Abisado has ministered in India, Mexico, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Guatemala, the USA, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar, and Singapore. Rev. Abisado was the former director of the Called Out Training Center in Mandaluyong and is also senior pastor of Mount Zion Church of the Firstborn in Mandaluyong City.
BEULAH BADUA - The President of the Filipino Christian Friends of Israel. Rev. Badua has ministered in many nations around the world, including during over 20 trips to Israel, and is a former National Coordinator and Executive Director of the Intercessors of the Philippines (IFP).
LINDA HOLMES - The Associate Director of ZMI and Zion Ministries of the Philippines. Rev. Holmes has ministered around the world, speaking for seminars, Bible schools, retreats, and churches. She is also the director of the ZMI University Correspondence School.
Other ministers who teach classes include Seth Baluyot, Dick Carumba, David Wallis, Neil & Christine Farmilo, Cora Langi, Cameron Walcott and John Heyer.
This Student Catalogue is intended to serve as a guide for enrolled and future Zion Ministerial Institute students. Though most of the school and student life are covered, there may be an occasion where circumstances require judgment outside of the guidelines. In such cases, a student should ask the staff.
Full-time students may enter the school in Antipolo City at the beginning of the first semester every July, or the beginning of the second semester every November. The requirements for prospective students include:
1) A calling from God, or the desire to serve the Lord, in Christian ministry
2) A good testimony in the local church for at least one year.
3) The blessing of their pastor to study at Z.M.I.