G.T. Haywood/Aenon Bible Institute
President: Minister Lauren Pallante

What is GTHI?

Rightly Dividing the Word.  - The G.T. Haywood Institute (GTHI) was created to provide a point of entry into the ministry of Jesus Christ. The mandate is to provide a unified and managed structure for learning which would prepare a minister for the call to service.

The GTHI curriculum offers 4 courses to meet the requirements for Fellowship papers and future licensing and multiple certifications for specializations such as Armor Bearer, Facilitator Development and Spiritual Gifts.

All GTHI Students must complete one live Leadership session at the NJDC Council in April or November.

GTHI also offers online webinars to meet the requirements for fellowship papers, as well as general sessions for the student in all of us.

As a student attending GTHI, you should expect to be challenged and motivated as you prepare to work in the vineyards of life and operate on the frontlines of Spiritual Warfare. The G.T. Haywood Institute is the right place to start your academic work in the ministry.  

For more information, contact us at 2tim215@comcast.net 


Online Sessions

Behavior Types (1.5 hrs) 7/24/2019 at 7 pm

Non Credited

Learn about the four behavior styles and how to leverage them in ministry and leadership.

Developing the Vision (1.5 hrs)

Non Credited

Auxiliary Leaders Session

Learn project management best practices and performance management through goal setting.


Church History (1.5 hrs)

Credited GTHI Course - Exam required for completion

As part of your GTHI Certificate, learn church history from the time of the Apostles to the present day church and its relevance to ministry today.

At the end of this course, learners must complete the Church History online exam and score 80% or greater to receive credit.

PRE-WORK Required and will be sent upon registration.


Ethics  (1.5 hrs)

Credited GTHI Course - Essay required for completion

As part of your GTHI Certificate, learn the ethical standards of ministry and leadership as well as conduct for non leadership saints.

At the end of this course learners must complete an essay on an ethical dilemma in the church and receive an 80% or greater to receive credit.

PRE-WORK Required and will be sent upon registration.


Spirit Studies (1.5 hrs)

Credited GTHI Course

As part of your GTHI Certificate, learn the about the spiritual dimensions of ministry including modern day healing, deliverance and spiritual gifts.

November Sessions

Maturing the Church with Doctrine 3/4 Friday, (11/8/19) 9:00 -10:30 am

Explore the doctrines of baptisms and the doctrine of laying on of hands and the practical, real life applications of both.


Ethics for Leaders Saturday, (11/9/19) 10:00 -11:00

Learn how to apply legal and doctrinal ethics to ministry and the church to develop leaders with character and churches without liability.


Leadership: Dealing with Difficult People Saturday (11/9/19) 3:30 - 5:00

This class is designed to develop leaders with fundamental principals of dealing with difficult people, communication and conflict management.