Common Questions


Common questions for prospective students

Who can apply?

Faithful, Christian men who have the desire to preach and are willing to commit to full-time ministry.

How long is the program?

Two years

How much is tuition?

There is no tuition. Students will need to raise support for daily living costs (housing, food, transportation, etc).

How do I raise support?

1. Develop a financial plan/budget

2. Compile a roster of potential supporters

3. Arrange face-to-face meetings with elders and congregations
 – a. Avoid solely relying on mail communication
 – b. Articulate your needs clearly and concisely

4. Stay in contact with our Dean of Students to keep us informed of your support status.

The Texas School of Preaching is committed to guiding students through the support raising process. Please contact us with further questions about raising support.

How much support should I raise?

Needs vary depending on marital status, family size, etc. For more information please contact us directly and we can discuss it further.

How can I become a student?

Read carefully the information in this section and throughout the rest of the site, then complete an application, providing all the requested information. After your application and references are reviewed, we will contact you to let you know your status.

Where will I live?

Students will be required to work out their own housing in conjunction with the support they raise. We are committed to assist in this process and provide guidance/recommendations about housing.

Is there an age limit for students?

Student ages range from young adults to retirees.

Will I have an opportunity to preach before graduating?

Yes! Many of our students preach regularly while going through our program.