Millennium Harvest Seminary was established for the purpose of implementing an educational impact globally, Dr. Ella J. Monckton, Ph.D., D.D., Th.D., D. Min., is the Founder, Senior Educational Administrator & Adjunct Professor, Director of Doctor of Ministry Program. Dr. Monckton established Horizon University of Theology (HUT), 1989, State of Hawaii, HUT started as an extension of Faith Theological Seminary, SC. appointed Member of the Board of Regions, Faith Theological Seminary, 1990
Millennium Harvest Fellowship Ministries, Inc.
Millennium Harvest Fellowship Ministries (MHFM) was chartered with World Christianship Ministries, 2000. Founder and President, Rev. Dr. Ella J. Monckton.
MHFM offers fellowship, ordination, ministries charters, and on-line distance learning is initiated through Millennium Harvest Seminary (MHS).
Millennium Harvest Fellowship was established for the purpose of implementing Christian Fellowship, and an educational impact globally. Founder Ella Monckton
Member of America Association of Christian Counselor.
Appointed Ambassador Messianic Prophecy Bible Project.
Doctor of Ministry in Counseling Psychology, Millennium Harvest Seminary, CA.
M. A., B.A., Living Word College & Seminary. MO., 1987.
Doctor of Ministry in Counseling, Evangelistic Christian Schools, Faith Theological Seminary, SC., 1989.
Doctor of Theology in Christian Education, Faith Theological Seminary, S.C., 1991.
Ph.D., Candidate, La Salle University 1990.
Ph.D., Horizon University of Theology, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1993.
Executive Administrator, Evangel Christian Center.
Teacher's Assistant Zemorah Christian School.
Volunteer for King's Place Ministries, L.L., CA.
Active in various ministries, since the age of fifteen: Personal Counselor Christian Crusades and Teen Place Ministries, Guam to Pastoral Ministries, CA.
Licensed Minister 1981, Ordination 1991.
Millennium Harvest Seminary
Group Organization's Objectives
One of Millennium Harvest Seminary objective is to partnership Maranatha Student's Chapter with American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) to present AACC curriculum :
"Caring for People God's Way."
Members for Maranatha Student Chapter prerequisites: Every participant in AACC student chapters may apply as member with AACC. (request aacc application by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org )
As a student member you will receive all the benfits of a regular membership with AACC. Benefits will be discussed at the meetings.
Maranatha Student's Association
Millennium Harvest Seminary will be starting a Student's Chapter "Maranatha Student's Association with American Association of Christian Counselor (AACC). Faculty Advisor Dr. E. J. Monckton. We are searching for Director of Student Chapter, Student Chapter President, Vice President, Secretary and Planning Committee.
We will be offering courses from AACC "Caring for People God's Way."
Meeting Dates and Agenda
Student chapters should meet no less than once per semester,preferably monthly. Hold discussions on coping with current stress (academic, financial,marital,social ect.)associated with higher education. Local speakers to discuss what it's like "in the real world" of being a counselor. Readings assignment and courses from AACC and AACC publications. Meetings:ASP and place be announced ASP.
Request AACC Student Membership Application for Maranatha Student's Association with Millennium Harvest Seminary.
Millennium Harvest Fellowship Ministries, Inc. (MHFM) is also approved by the State of California Franchise Tax Board as a Tax-Exempt, Non-Profit CHURCH organization under Section 23701d of California Franchise Tax Board.
Approval” or “approval to operate*1” means
that the council [Bureau] has determined and certified that an institution meets minimum standards established by the council
[Bureau] for integrity, financial stability, and educational quality, including the offering of bona fide instruction by qualified
faculty and the appropriate assessment of students’ achievement prior to, during, and at the end of its program.
|The regulated programs listed below are evaluated as Degree granting programs (as defined by Article 8 of the Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education Reform Act), Non-Degree granting programs (as defined by Article 6,7 and Article 9 of the Reform Act) or Registered programs (as defined by Article 9.5 of the Reform Act.) Please contact the BPPVE if further clarification is required.|
(If no programs are listed below, please contact the school for a current catalog of BPPVE-approved and BPPVE-registered programs.)
|ASSOCIATE OF MINISTRY IN MINISTERIAL STUDIES|
|CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION IN CHRISTIAN EDUCATION|
|DOCTOR OF DIVINITY|
|DOCTOR OF DIVINITY (HONORARY)|
|DOCTOR OF MINISTRY|
|DOCTOR OF MINISTRY IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY|
|DOCTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION|
|DOCTOR OF THEOCENTRIC COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY|
|DOCTOR OF THEOLOGY|
|MASTER OF MINISTRY IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY|
|MASTER OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION|
|MASTER OF THEOLOGY|
MHS Accreditation Information
Jan. 2005 we applied for accreditation, it will be six to eight weeks.
There is great controversy over the issue of accreditation. Our students may place a great emphasis on accreditation and other students place no emphasis on accreditation.
Though MHS! is not accredited at this time, it has obtained authorization to conduct the business of the seminary. In order to obtain this authorization, MHS! has committed to, and is actively pursuing, accreditation.
There are a number of accrediting agencies, that are approved by the United States Department of Education and agencies that are not. MHS! takes the position that those agencies approved by the United States Department of Education are the most substantial and will better serve our students.
It will take MHS time achieve accreditation. This is true for any educational institution.
We will begin the process of accreditation as soon as possible to commit to our students to pursue legitimate accreditation. We commit to our students that we will vigorously pursue accreditation from appropriate agencies that have been approved by the United States Department of Education. In the meantime, we pledge to structure our tuition accordingly and to seek private funding for scholarships.
Although we believe that accreditation is not necessary in order for Millennium Harvest Seminary (MHS)!, or any legitimate learning institution, to deliver an excellent educational product and, though we believe accreditation is not necessary for most other legitimate opportunities for students, accreditation IS important to our students. Because it is important to our students, it is important to MHS!