TWELVE Schedule

We invite you to participate in TWELVE in the 2015-2016 training year.  As you will see from the schedule available, we will be offering the KSC Foundations 101 course.  This course was created, developed, and designed by Ben Peters, KSC Ministry Founder.

"The KSC Foundations 101 course is amazing, and I found it to be extremely helpful in understanding the Bible and applying it to my life" - Mark O., Crystal Lake, IL
"This foundations course changed my life.  It gave me new insights and new perspective on how to face my everyday challenges.  I recommend it to anyone serious about seeking God and His will for your life." - Lyn J., Modesto, CA

 

2015-16 Semester 1

will be finish at the end of February 2016 on Tuesday nights at KSC 's Prayer Room in Algonquin, IL from 7-9pm.

2015-16 Semester 2

will be from March 2016 - June 2016, and will be on Wednesday nights at the KSC Prayer Room in Algonquin, IL from 7-9pm. 

Semester 2 will be a repeat of Semester 1 for those who were unable to attend on Tuesday nights.  Please note that even though the training appears to be a repeat of Semester 1, we expect it to be uniquely different and even better.

Download the PDF Schedule of 2015-16 Semester 2

Cost of TWELVE

TWELVE is priceless in value, but we do not charge tuition. 

However, there will be a series of books in the session you will be required to acquire at a small price per book.  The books are available under RESOURCES

You may also purchase ($5 per book to bless Ben Peters - more if you would like) & download a copy of each book to your electronic device.  Go to:  www.smashwords.com.  Create a FREE account.  Search under the Book Title or Authors Name for the book.

We will also take a love offering to support use of The Prayer Room and the further development of the Discovery Center.

Apply for TWELVE

 

TWELVE: a Discovery Center for Supernatural Living is a ministry of Kingdom Sending Center, a 501c3 not-for-profit corporation.  All contributions are tax-exempt.  All goods and services (books, etc.) are not tax-exempt.