The Sunday School movement began in Britain in the 1780s and were originally schools where poor children could learn to read?
Sunday Schools are informal schools in churches, where children and young Christians are taught basic spiritual practices such as prayer and hymn-singing. However, they were originally schools established in churches by Christian philanthropists during the Industrial Revolution.
The Industrial Revolution began in Britain (1760-1840) and resulted in many children spending all week long working in factories. However, to curb illiteracy, the Sunday School movement was birthed to teach these children to read and write.
With a burning desire to bring God's Word to ministers of the Gospel all around the world, in simplicity and with the power of the Spirit, the International School of Ministry was envisioned by our man of God, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.
The 2018 International School of Ministry Autumn Session with Pastor Chris holds from the 9th - 19th April (Batch 1) and 23rd April - 3rd May 2018 (Batch 2). To find out how you can attend, kindly log on to http://christembassy-ism.org