Restoration & Personal Freedom (For Credit)

This course will help you understand that the redemptive work of Jesus has the power to restore the believer in all areas of their life.

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The Restoration and Personal Freedom course will help you understand that the redemptive work of Jesus has the power to restore the believer in all areas of their life.

These lessons will show you how the spiritual life influences people, and how the enemy tries to keep them bound to things God does not want by damaging the design of the Creator and limiting the divine potential in their lives. These classes will help you recognize patterns of strongholds and groups of demonic influences, learn how to break them, to remain free and to enjoy a life of freedom. You will see results in your own life and in your future generations.

Jesus offers complete restoration. This material will help you understand the principles of inner healing and deliverance, will minister to your personal life, and will serve you to help others.


Your Instructor


Dr. Candy de Maa
Dr. Candy de Maa

Dr. Candy de Maa is an ordained minister by Christian International under the leadership of Prophet Sharon Stone and Prophet Bill Hamon. Candy together with her husband Kees-Jan, have been Pastors for many years, Teachers in Seminars like Christ for the Nations, Directors of Television and Radio Stations. They served Mike and Cindy Jacobs and helped them start their International TV Ministry. Kees-Jan and Candy are now devoted entirely to ministering in the nations, and raising up Societal Architects through the University for Societal Architecture.

Candy de Maa teaches the Word of God with clarity and practical application. She also ministers in prophecy, healing, miracles, deliverance and inner healing. Her heart is to equip God’s people to fulfill their purpose on this earth. The name of the Ministry “Fulfilling Destiny” reflects this vision and passion.

Candy and her husband have two children; Jonathan and Melody Joyce. They live in Florida, United States.


Class Curriculum


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Frequently Asked Questions


What's included in this course?
This course includes over 11 hours of video teaching sessions that are broken down into 5 to 20 minute segments. You will also receive PDF access to a detailed student manual and study and activation assignments.
How do I access the course?
This course is entirely online, so you can access it anywhere you have internet connection. This includes supporting mobile devices.
How long do I have to send in my work?
If you are taking this course as a credit student, you will have a maximum of 1 year to complete and submit all course requirements. *If all requirements are not submitted within a 1-year term and you still want to complete it for credit, you will need to pay for the course again and re-start the course from the beginning. This is due to annual enrollment fees that incur each year.
Accredited Student Information
Accredited students are working towards a degree in Biblical Leadership through ITC’s degree program. As a degree student, you must be enrolled in ITC separately from your course enrollment. If you have not already enrolled in ITC, please do so at goitc.org/nonresident/enrollment In order to earn credit hours for this course, all course assignments and a research paper must be completed and submitted.
How do I find out more information on your degree program?
We are accredited under World Wide Accreditation Commission. We offer non-governmentally accredited degrees in Biblical Leadership from Associates all the way to Doctorate level. The first step to joining our degree program is to enroll on our website (direct link: www.goitc.org/nonresident/enrollment.) After you enroll, you will be academically placed and can begin earning credit hours through our courses.
Do I have to buy any books?
If you are taking this course as an observer, no books are required to be purchased. Everything you need for the course is included when you enroll. If you are taking this course to receive credit hours, there is one book that you will need to purchase in order to complete the required homework assignments. ("Pigs in the Parlor" by Frank Hammond - can be purchased through Amazon.)
What's the difference between observer and credit levels?
Observers enroll in this course to receive the valuable content included in the curriculum. Observers are not working to earn credit hours for this course. Credit students are working towards a degree in Biblical Leadership through ITC's degree program. As a degree student, you must be enrolled in ITC separately from your course enrollment. If you have not already enrolled in ITC, please do so here: www.goitc.org/nonresident/enrollment. In order to earn credit hours for this course, all course assignments and a research paper must be completed.
Is there homework for this course?
If you are subscribing as an observer, there are no homework requirements. Any assignments are optional and will not be graded. If you are taking this course for credit. All assignments are REQUIRED. For this course your work will include: textbook reading, book report, quizzes, research paper, and activation assignments.

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