Frequently Asked Questions

Can I have a full-time job?

Yes, most of the participants in the Leadership College have full-time jobs. The classes are held in the evening, beginning at 6:30PM. The workshops are held one time per year on a Saturday to accommodate most work schedules. There is an overnight retreat at the beginning of the program which is held on Thursday afternoon through Friday and a full day graduation celebration; however, you will have these dates well in advance.

Do I have to be called into full-time ministry to participate in Kaleo? ​

No! Our Leadership College is designed for believers who are currently leading others spiritually, actively serving in the church, and sense a calling to grow in their spiritual impact by using biblical leadership principles within their sphere of influence. This is not about working in a church – it’s about serving in the Kingdom.

How often will new classes begin?

A new group of students will start every August, with graduation, following the 12-month term.

How much is tuition and is there an application fee?

For groups launching in 2019, there is an application fee of $25 and tuition is $2,500, with a deposit of $500 payable before classes begin. Books and resources, retreat and workshop expenses will be covered.

Are there any additional expenses?

There will be limited additional expense. Some additional expenses may include activities you do together as a cadre outside of the scheduled classes, such as meals or fun events.

What is the weekly time commitment?

The total weekly time commitment, including the evening class, will be 10-13 hours. Our classes are held weekly on Thursday evenings, 6:30 – 10:00pm, in Palm Beach Gardens. Additional weekly commitment includes 2-3 hours per week of homework, as well as 2-5 hours of active service within a ministry of the church. It will also include one Saturday workshop, one overnight retreat, and a full day graduation celebration.

What are the eligibility requirements?

An example of some of the spiritual competencies include:
  1. Understanding your identity in Christ
  2. Knowing and incorporating the spiritual disciplines
  3. Living principles of financial stewardship and generosity ( Blessed Life) 
  4. Good understanding of the foundational truths of the Christian faith
  5. Knowing and using your spiritual gifting
  6. Leading other followers of Christ into spiritual health and maturity (disciple-making)
There are a variety of studies offered at each campus on these topics. You can search group study offerings by clicking here. We recommend you reach out to your campus’s Groups Pastor to find out which group and study is your next step.

What are some of the spiritual competencies and biblical literacy that you are looking for?

An example of some of the spiritual competencies include:

  • Understanding your identity in Christ
  • Knowing and incorporating the spiritual disciplines
  • Living principles of financial stewardship and generosity
  • Good understanding of the foundational truths of the christian faith
  • Knowing and using your spiritual gifting
  • Leading other followers of Christ into spiritual health and maturity (disciple-making)

There are a variety of studies offered at each campus on these topics. You can search group study offerings by clicking here. We recommend you reach out to your campus’s Groups Pastor to find out which group and study is your next step.

When can I apply?

The application is online and available January 25th. Please feel free to apply when you feel confident that you have met the eligibility requirements. The months in which applications are actively reviewed and responded to are January through March, in preparation for the following August launch.

How often do new groups launch?

A new group of Leadership College students will start every August. (Total program length is 12 months)

How do I apply?

When will I hear from someone after submitting “The Application”?

During the active application review season (January– March), applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. We will do our best to keep you informed along the way.

When and where do I complete “The Interview”?

If your eligibility is confirmed after successful completion of “The Application,” you will be contacted to set up an Interview with our team.

Can you please explain “The Cadre Draft”?

One of the definitions of the word “cadre” is “a small, unified group with a shared purpose.” Cadres are known primarily for two things: 1) their high level of skill and 2) their loyalty to one another. As a student of our Leadership College, you will be assigned to a cadre and will journey together through the 12-months as a group, being led by a Christ Fellowship Cadre Leader. Because your fit in the cadre is such an integral part of your overall Experience, we want to make sure you are set up for success and find the best fit and timing for you and the other members of your cadre. Typically, cadres will be formed around shared experiences or similarities of focus; however, we also strive to bring variety, diversity and balance to the cadres as well. All phases of the application and selection process are bathed in prayer, and “The Cadre Draft” is no exception. If we determine there is not a good fit for you in the upcoming launch, we will notify you and place you on the priority list for a future launch.

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We are excited about the potential of having you as part of our school, and we are praying for every candidate. As you work through this process, we request that you pray for God's clear leading for you regarding your participation in Kaleo.

"We have a call, there is a cost...
but eternity will be forever changed."

- Pastors Todd & Julie Mullins