“One of the greatest privileges available to Christ's followers is
the opportunity to minister to others in His name. Whether as a
credentialed minister or lay minister, representing God's love
and truth through the life of the church is especially meaningful
October’s newsletter is dedicated to an important
event that took place in the beginning of the
month. Dr. Randy Hedlun visited Malta for the
specific reason to meet with the students, pastors,
and Global University’s (GIT) leaders.
Dr. Hedlun, is the Dean of the Berean School of
the Bible (BSB). Berean School of the Bible is
GU’s adult continuing education program. Maybe
better referred to as “The Christian Life Long
Learning discipling program.” As such, BSB
courses do not earn college credit but do earn
continuing education units.
However, GIT is working with the Malta
Qualification to accredit the courses in Malta. In
fact, a BSB curriculum, will have MQF level 4.
This is in the same level of an “A” level which we
are familiar with in Malta. The BSB offers ministry
training designed to
prepare the student
to fill a church
leadership role and
to help the student
fulfill the call of God
on his/her life.
BSB has pioneered
for A/G ministerial credentials since 1948 and
has trained Assemblies of God ministers for over
six decades. Over 1,500 BSB study centers
across America have brought ministerial training
to their local communities.
In Gozo, the pastor of Gozo Jesus Center, Peter
Daugelat completed the Licensed Level of the
BSB program. Since Peter began his studies
with GU, he has encouraged a number of
students to study with BSB courses.
Students receive 100% uniformity and
consistency in course delivery both online and
offline. So whether students are looking to fulfill
their AG credentialed education requirements or
to enrich your life, our BSB program is ideal for
Besides teaching at GIT
Learning Center meeting
at Destiny Christian
Assembly, Dr. Hedlun
presented 36 courses to
the Evangelical Library of
To read more about Dr.
Hedlun’s Visit, kindly
use this link.
Historical Visit by Dr. Randy Hedlun-Dean of the Berean School of the Bible