Dear Prospective Student:
We are excited that you are enquiring about attending Oregon School of Supernatural Ministry! Our mission is to EQUIP and DEPLOY Revivalists who passionately pursue worldwide transformation in their God-given spheres of influence.
Please read all of the attachments before sending any questions. If the attachments do not answer your questions, then feel free to contact us. After reading the materials and you are interested, please send us the application with a $25.00 non-refundable application fee.
What does it look like to be a student at OSSM and what is required?
We look forward to hearing from you and we will be praying with you as you consider stepping out in faith and becoming a part of Oregon School of Supernatural Ministry. (OSSM)
Oregon School of Supernatural Ministry Directors,
Pastor John & Sarah Marvin
Mission & Core Values of Won by One
Oregon School of Supernatural Ministry (OSSM)
Won by One’s Mission is: Expanding the Kingdom of Heaven on earth through right relationships. A family culture that fosters identity as sons and daughters who find their significance in Jesus and become influential through the Holy Spirit.
OSSM’s Mission is to EQUIP and DEPLOY Revivalists who passionately pursue worldwide transformation in their God-given spheres of influence.
Revivalist: (n) a believer who is focused and passionate, willing to pay any price to live in purity and power because they are loved by God and love Him whose manifest presence transforms lives and cultures.
The Qualities of a Revivalist:
1. A believer who is focused and passionate.
2. Willing to pay any price to live in purity and power.
3. Loves and carries the presence of God because of their intimacy with and identity in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
4. Is discipled and is discipling others.
5. Leads with a king’s heart and a servant’s hand.
6. Knows, lives and purposes to grow in the Truth.
7. Has deep faith, therefore signs and wonders follow them.
8. Loves the lost and Christ’s bride, His overcoming Church.
9. Having experienced grace, their character is marked by calling, holiness, wholeness and excellence.
10. Ministers and lives in friendship, rightly related to authority and community.
1. We owe the world an encounter with God; therefore, we are relentless in the pursuit of His presence and power both inside and outside the church walls (Acts 16:25-34).
2. What we believe after we pray is just as important as what we believe while we pray (Mark 11:24; I John 5:14,15).
3. We see problems as opportunities to see how big our God is (James 1:2-5;
4. Prayer and worship times (both private and corporate) are foundational to our calling as individuals and as a church (Mark 11:17; John 4:23, 24).
5. Celebrating joyously in God’s promises and in His goodness (which includes laughing at the lies of the devil) is a secret to our strength (Nehemiah 8:10; Psalms 2:2-4).
6. Training people for ministry, for life skills, and for leadership is central to our fulfilling the great commission (Ephesians 4:11,12; II Timothy 2:2).
7. The first step in spiritual warfare is taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ. Warfare is not beating up on the devil; Jesus already did this. Therefore we proactively capture thoughts that do not glisten with faith, hope and love (II Corinthians 10:3-5).
8. Personal hope (the confident and optimistic expectation of seeing God’s goodness) is to be a major pursuit of our lives. We believe there is hope for every person and every situation we encounter (Romans 5:3,4; I Corinthians 10:13).
9. The power of life and death is in the words that we speak over ourselves, others, and every aspect of our lives (Proverbs 18:21).
10. We motivate people through vision, a revelation of God, and the power of God; rather than by guilt, law or condemnation (Proverbs 29:18; Acts 16:30).
11. Honor brings life; therefore we cultivate high levels of respect in all relationships and speak with respect, even if we are in disagreement (Ephesians 6:2,3).
12. The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy; therefore we place a high value on declaring the great things God has done (Revelation 19:10).
13. Generosity and gratefulness are two gateways for us to experience the promises of God in our lives and in our church (Acts 10:2,3; Psalms 100:4).
14. We pursue relationship with spiritual fathers and mothers and desire them to speak in to our lives (Acts 16:13-15).
15. We understand that to walk in wisdom we must have a plan for our personal and ministry growth (I Timothy 4:14-16).
16. As new covenant believers, we turn towards God’s promises and our prophetic destiny rather than just repenting from our sins and weaknesses. We are more for good than we are against evil.
17. We create a culture where failure is a learning experience, not an identity, as we seek to walk in higher levels in Christ.
18. We are called to empower and support other churches/ministries and their leaders.
19. We believe that those we are ministering to want to serve God and that they will rise to our belief in them.
20. Healthy ministry to the church and world must result from a greater emphasis on being healthy in our immediate family relationships (especially our marriages).
21. Integrity, being an example of Christian living, and having a good reputation are foundational for effective ministry and leadership.
22. God has delegated His authority to us to enforce Christ’s victory over demons, sickness and lack. Therefore, like Jesus and the apostles, we speak to the mountains, to situations, and to sickness and disease.
23. All that we do must have a “I Corinthians 13 love” as its foundation or else it is worthless.
24. The qualities of our lives are based on the quality of our commitments. We make covenant commitments to God, to family, to a local church, and to a core group of people in our lives.
25. Servanthood is essential to greatness in God’s kingdom. Therefore, we strive to cultivate and demonstrate a true servant’s heart in the church and in the world.
26. Because God’s Kingdom is proactive, we don’t wait for things to happen, but we seek out opportunities for light to shine in darkness—being empowered by God’s love, sensitivity, and wisdom.
Financial Payment Plan
*This is an example of a payment plan for students attending OSSM. The tuition for 1styear for both singles and couples are listed below. Follow the vertical columns downwards to see each Payment Due date. For example, by September 10 you need to have paid $200.00 on your tuition, which leaves an outstanding balance of $400.00.
*These figures change with each year as our student population, need for more staff and general costs increase.
|1st Year OSSM|
Paid in Full
Note: We have financial incentives for students who come prepared to pay the full tuition. If a student pays the full tuition up-front on the first day of school, then they receive a discount on the entire tuition. If they have other family members attending, they will receive a discount on the second family member.