Dr. Ken Chant (M.R.E. Th.D), is the President of Vision Christian College (Australia) and is on the International Board of Directors for Vision International University (USA).
Dr Ken Chant is an Australian pentecostal pastor who was ordained in Melbourne in 1954. He has been actively involved in Christian ministry for over 50 years (ten of which he and his family spent in the USA). A brief summary of his ministry would include the following -
He has pioneered eight churches and Pastored several others, including serving for five years as the associate pastor of what was then Australia's largest Pentecostal church (the Adelaide Crusade Centre).
For several years he was the editor of two of Australia's most successful charismatic/Pentecostal journals.
He has been the principal of four Bible colleges (in Australia and the USA), has taught at Christ for the Nations (Dallas), Oral Roberts University (Tulsa), Youth With a Mission (Hawaii), and spoken at crusades, conferences, and seminars in Australia, the UK, the USA, Mexico, the Philippines, Singapore, and New Zealand.
Dr. Chant is the author of many of Vision's textbooks on Christian life, Doctrine and Theology.
Songs to Live By
These are truly ‘Songs to live by", and I hope that the following pages will quicken in you a new interest in the Psalms, and a desire to know much more about them. The first part of this book deals with the psalmody of Israel, and the second half builds on Israel’s worship experience and explores some aspects of worship in the church.
Authenticity and Authority of The Bible
In one word the basic problem confronting Christianity is verification: "Is the Bible true? Is the Bible possible?" If the Bible is false the fabric of our faith shreds like rags in a garbage disposal, if it is true we stand sure and affirmed. My purpose in this study is to show why the Bible has withstood every attack made upon it, and why it will continue to triumph against all odds- it is truth
Emmanuel (part 2)
This is the second part of a two part series on "Christology" - or the study of Christ. The subject is presented in two parts, a study of Jesus as a man, and a study of Jesus as God, which is this study, for no other reason than an attempt to make this study a little easier to grasp...
Emmanuel (part 1)
This is the first part of a two part series on "Christology" - or the study of Christ. The subject is presented in two parts, a study of Jesus as a man, which is this study, and a study of Jesus as God, and for no other reason than an attempt to make this study a little easier to grasp...
The Cross and the Crown
This course is a close companion to the subject "Emmanuel". But whereas that series deals with the person of Christ, this deals with the work of Christ. Especially, with the historical work of Christ, and even more particularly with the events surrounding his passion - that is, the crucifixion and the resurrection.
Building the Church God Wants
When we do what God has called us to do, we have full access to His enabling grace and strength. When we take up extraneous burdens, we are on our own. To carry those loads, we have nothing more to draw upon than personal wisdom and ability. People who labour with such scant resources will surely find their work toilsome, sapping their vitality, wrecking their health, deadening their spirits.
Clothed With Power
This book is a presentation of the Pentecostal position on Holy Spirit baptism. Not all those who are connected with the movement will agree with all that is in these pages; but the position taken does generally represent both the Pentecostal and Charismatic viewpoint. It probably hovers somewhere in the middle of the more extreme views taken by some on either side.
Equipped To Serve
A study of the Charismata in the church and it's use in ministry. This study demonstrates our right and responsibility before God & each other to exercise the gifts of the Spirity as He sees fit. Which is the best gift? When should those gifts be exercised? Who should use them and why? Is there a limit? Why is it some churches do not exercise these gifts and see God manifest with them?
Great Words of the Gospel
Studies in the Major Themes of Salvation such as Salvation, Regeneration, Justification, Redemption, Predestination, Sanctification, we have lost the meaning of these words and yet they carry powerful life giving meaning that sets us free from so much, yet only if we understand them
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