Fatherheart Ministries 'B' Schools - "Growing in Sonship"

When we genuinely know and experience God as Father He releases within us the true heart of a son. The 'B' School builds upon the foundation already laid in the’ A’ Schools - Experiencing Father's Love. We focus more fully on what walking with the Father in love produces in our hearts - Sonship. Healing is only the beginning, a doorway into the spacious reality of walking together with Father as His son or daughter.

Christian maturity is being a son like Jesus — walking forward together with Father and the sonship of Jesus becoming an increasing reality to us personally. As Paul states 84 times in his letters, we are in Christ, co-heirs with Him, and Christ lives eternally in the bosom of the Father. The 'B' School is an opportunity for us to see and enter into this reality. Here we begin to discover the life, freedom and authority that flows as our true identity is unveiled. Our true self emerges as His love continues to throw off the shackles of religious performance and obligation, as we fall in love with Him all over again. Sonship is the miraculous revelation of His heart to ours, a love relationship that far transcends the sentimental, logical or educational, a depth of connection that is birthed within, turning our hearts from ourselves to Him.

'B' schools often have a real sense of family about them from the outset. He is Father and as we come to know Him as our Father, we no longer need to compete or compare ourselves with others. We find a new freedom to open our hearts to God and to one another, enjoying our journey together as brothers and sisters.

All B Schools are led by appointed Fatherheart Ministries Team Leaders. The school is a one week event following the same format as an 'A' School. All participants must have attended a Fatherheart Ministries ‘A’ school prior to attending a 'B' School. After attending an ‘A’ School we recommended waiting a few months before attending a 'B' School or even attending a couple of 'A' Schools prior to attending a 'B' School.