ESSM is a nine month ministry school. 

ESSM exists to raise up revivalists who display the raw love and power of God, fueled by the Father’s heart. 


Classes begin September 6, 2020 and end May 16, 2021.

Classes are held Monday Nights 6pm-9:30pm



ESSM is located at The Pathway Church in Spring, Texas.



Our school is multigenerational, open to students 18-80+.

Since 2020

What to Expect

ESSM challenges, inspires, equips, and empowers our students to be sons and daughters who live like Jesus. One of the unique expressions of ESSM is an undiluted encounter with the Father’s heart and experiencing life-giving community as you journey through the year. 


The presence of God is our non-negotiable. We build our school around this one thing where worship, in all forms, is our daily honor and a passionate expression. 

Revivalist Lifestyle

Jesus came to invite us into abundant life, reconciled to the Father and empowered by the Spirit. Our goal is to help you grow into your identity as a revivalist, to love truth, be transformed by it, and live radically by it.

Academic Life

Our curriculum incorporates hands-on training and experiences alongside life changing teachings. We have a “teach and do” culture where students take risks to stretch their faith and grow in their understanding of God.

What We Do


 Worship is woven into our curriculum daily. We have no agenda in worship other than adoring Jesus and following His Spirit. We know and anticipate more can happen in one moment of God’s presence than years of study. Our desire is to be transformed by God’s presence.

TEACHING and training

Class time is comprised of DVD classes from Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, CA, in addition to in-person teaching by local and regional leaders as well as special guest speakers. Classes dive deep into the Word, and provide opportunities to  practice what is taught.


Our students are divided into smaller revival groups with their own Revival Group Pastor. These groups provide a smaller family setting to share life with on the journey. Revival groups meet a few times each week and allow students to take risk, discuss class content, and support each other in the journey.