What it is
As a KCS student, you will be going deeper in your relationship with Jesus by joining a community of students and teachers who seek to bring revival to the Northwest. Develop the unique calling God has on your life and learn what it means to live carrying the Culture of Heaven. The school is designed to equip students to live supernatural lifestyles naturally, not just minister in the gifts of the Spirit.
KCS is focused on personal transformation. While there are not grades given, participation, excellence, and completion of homework is expected of each student
"I will give you the keys[a] of heaven’s kingdom realm to forbid on earth that which is forbidden in heaven, and to release on earth that which is released in heaven.”
Key #1 – Understanding you Identity
Key #2 – Deeper Connection with God
Key #3 – How to Hear From God – Prophetic Culture
Key #4 – Empowered to Influence a community around you
Key #5 – How to Share Your Faith
Orientation - September 29th
Early bird Tuition: $750 by Oct. 6th
Fully paid Tuition: $800 by May 1st
Last Day of School - May 25th
Graduation - June 4th
Meeting Times and Locations
Eastpointe Church 21509 107th St E. Buckley, WA. 98321
Wednesday Evenings 6:30pm-9:00pm
Intensives are on a Wed-Fri 6:30-9:00pm
Intensive- October 13th - 15th
Intensive- November 10th and 17th
Encounter Conference Northwest- November 5th - 7th
Intensive- January 5th - 7th
Intensive- February 16th - 18th
Intensive- March 30th - April 1st
Intensive – May 11th – 13th
October – Vik Fomenko
Vik Fomenko is a speaker, minister, and Bible teacher known for his bold and uncompromising approach to God’s Word. As a lover of both the Word and the presence of God his messages position believers to understand the nature of God as a loving father and to walk in the fullness of their new identity as sons.
He co-pastors in Vancouver, WA at Kingdom Movement and is the founder and director of Kingdom Movement School of Ministry. He and his wife Anastasia have been in ministry together since 2008. They have helped plant three churches and two Bible schools during that time. They live in Camas, WA, are foster parents and have two daughters of their own.
November – Who Is Gary Wiens?
Gary Wiens was raised in a pastor’s home in the context of the Mennonite Brethren denomination, and was called by the Holy Spirit into ministry at the age of 17 under his father’s preaching. After receiving the Bachelor’s degree from Tabor College and the Master of Divinity degree from the Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary, Gary pastored in the MB denomination for seven years before joining the Vineyard movement in 1983.
During the following years, Gary led a growing Vineyard congregation in Aurora, Colorado, and traveled extensively both nationally and internationally, teaching and ministering within the Vineyard context. In that season, the message of the Father-heart of God became a central focus in his teaching.
Gary, along with his wife Marie, moved to Gig Harbor, Washington from Missouri in the summer of 2007. There they founded the International House of Prayer Northwest in Federal Way, developed a fruitful internship program for young adults, and also established Forerunner Fellowship Northwest as a local congregation.
Gary and Marie retired from full-time ministry in 2016, and since that time have given their energies to promoting inter-church worship events in Gig Harbor, building relationships between pastors and leaders in the Gig Harbor area, and developing online teaching courses designed to encourage and strengthen the Body of Christ in the journey toward the fullness of God’s purposes.
January – Pastor Tracey Armstrong
Tracey and Nathalie Armstrong are on the front line of a new generation of leaders being raised up in the world today. They travel throughout the world ministering and demonstrating the heart and mind of Christ as they are used to set people free from the bondage of sin, and introduce them to a new intimacy with God.
Tracey and Nathalie are also the pastors of Citadel Church, which is located in Seattle, Washington. Together with their team, they are committed to reaching this generation that is asleep spiritually, and absent in most churches. Tracey and Nathalie are equipping the emerging generation for spiritual, social, and economic influence. They have three children, Tristen Samuel, Yosef Raphael, and Sophia Isabella. Together they are an inseparable husband and wife team.
February - Pastor Jacob Coyne
Jacob Coyne reaches millions of teens online every week with his messages of hope found in the simple of Gospel of Jesus. He is the founder of Say Here: a Christ centered suicide prevention ministry with a vision that Gen Z will be suicide free.
March/April – Pastor David Dodd
– Founder Awakened Love Ministries
David Dodd is the founder and leader of Awakened Love Ministries. David travels throughout America and the nations of the world bringing a fresh word and a fresh impartation of the power of God's Spirit through national conferences, prophetic healing revival services, and international miracle crusades. He speaks at youth camps and retreats to help train and equip young leaders in the power of the Holy Spirit. David carries a strong healing and miracle anointing with many instantly healed in his meetings by the glory, power and love of Jesus.
David believes: “It is imperative that the presence and power of the Holy Spirit transform and change peoples' lives.” He puts great emphasis on the practical preaching and teaching of God's Word, bringing a balance between authentic supernatural encounter and solid Biblical truth.
May - Pastors Pasqual & Norma Urrabazo
PASQUAL URRBABAZO - Pasqual Urrabazo has ministered nationally and internationally and is known for his passion to see people set free through the power of the Holy Spirit, his prophetic gifting and insight. Through his lifestyle, he demonstrates the qualities of a true servant in his family, the local fellowship, and in the Kingdom of God.
NORMA URRABAZO - Norma Urrabazo has had the privilege of speaking in churches and community organizations. Her stirring messages are passionate, compelling and inspiring others to persevere and releasing the Father’s heart for His sons and daughters. Through her lifestyle, she demonstrates the qualities of a true servant in her family, the community, and in the Kingdom of God.
Ministry Mentorship Opportunities
Kingdom Culture School (KCS) is a proud partner with Faith International University (FIU).
This means that FIU will apply and accept KCS towards an accredited Bachelor's Degree. Students participating in KCS can pursue a degree online at the same time or at a later date with Federal Financial Aid options.
KCS students will also receive a partner discount rate for both Undergraduate and Graduate level degree plans through FIU after they transfer from KCS. If you have any schooling prior to KCS, FIU will accept up to 135 quarter credits/90 semester credits towards an undergraduate degree program and up to 24 quarter credits/18 semester credits toward a graduate degree program. You will also have the opportunity to get credit for any ministry or academic practicum/experience.
This is truly an accelerated and discounted learning opportunity because FIU believes in the work that KCS is doing to develop Kingdom-minded individuals who will make disciples of all nations. You can visit at FIU online.