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Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry
Established 1998
Director Kris Vallotton
Location Redding, California, United States
Website Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry
Bethel Church in Redding, CA

Bethel School of Supernational Ministry (BSSM) is a two year ministry training school located in Redding, California.

The school is affiliated with Bethel Church in Redding. It was started in 1998 by Kris Vallotton, the Senior Associate Pastor at Bethel.



In 1998 the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church, Kris Vallotton, began BSSM with an initial class of thirty-six students. The September-through-May school now enrolls about 1,200 students, 370 of whom are from foreign countries.[1] The emphasis is on learning to operate in supernatural ministry (signs, wonders, healings and miracles) to authenticate the message of the Christian gospel.


According to the BSSM website:

Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry's mission is to equip & deploy revivalists who passionately pursue worldwide transformation in their God-given spheres of influence.

We are training and equipping a generation to bring the love and power of Jesus into the darkest places of planet Earth and establish Holy Spirit fortifications there.

At BSSM you will find a safe place, with a loving atmosphere to take risks free from the fear of rejection. It is time for the fire of God to burn up the works of His enemy (the devil), and warm the hearts of the lost. This mandate has become our mission. Let the journey begin![2]


BSSM curriculum is now available on DVD. BSSM schools are being started in various locations around the United States as well as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Mexico, and the United Kingdom.[3]


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