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CSOM is a commitment which must be taken seriously. It will take sacrifice, but will reap incredibly rich rewards. Each student will commit to the following:


  • Attendance at each two and a half hour Tuesday evening session (up to three absences permitted).

  • Attendance each week at one of the three two and a half hour activation events offered on Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays (up to three absences permitted).

  • Commitment to a ministry in your local church.

  • Completion of all Bible and secondary literature homework assignments (about 1 hours each day needed to complete homework).

  • One annual cross-cultural missions ministry trip of approximately one week offered in spring and summer. 

There are no exams given and no papers assigned for first year students.



Spring Contemplative Prayer Retreat

Feb 7-8

Eddie  Piorek will lead our spring contemplative prayer retreat. Eddie ministered internationally with John Wimber during the birthing of the Vineyard movement and has a passion for leading people into God's presence.


Feb 4 - May 19


Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

(Optional meal time together and with guest speakers from 6:00 pm - 6:45)



Thursday option 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm Deep Inner Healing Prayer (once each month)

Friday option 10:00 am - 12:30 am Isaiah's Rock, Chino

Saturday option 10:00 am -12:30 pm (three times each month)



Serving in a ministry worked out in consultation with your pastor and CSOM mentors


Intimacy with God 

Royal Identity

Calling and Destiny

Spiritual Gifts

Hearing God (Prophecy)

Healing and Miracles

Kingdom of God

Leading others into Life

Culture of Honor

Culture of Generosity

Culture of Compassion



Students will be organized into groups of 10 for our Tuesday night gatherings. This is where new friendships begin. This is a significant way that encouragement, accountability, and transformation takes place. This is where the sharing of exciting kingdom experiences will help you develop into disciples that walk in royal identity, authority, power, humility and compassion.






Students will have mentors who are passionate for them and have deeply embodied the kingdom life that we teach and impart. CSOM mentors are safe and mature pastoral leaders, and risk takers, who will help you as you process the challenges and transformation that you will be experiencing. They will help you explore living out the fullness of the gospel of the kingdom in your homes, neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, and communities in which you live.

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