Year One

101 Old Testament Survey: This course examines the divisions of the Old Testament with an overview of its 39 books set within the culture and history of Israel as a people and nation.

102 New Testament Survey:  This course examines the divisions of the New Testament books with an emphasis on the history of the church from its conception through the first century.

103 The Kingdom of God: This course examines the development of the Kingdom of God on Earth from the Garden of Eden to the millennial Reign of Christ.  Its emphasis is on proper church order today personally and corporately.

104 Bible Covenants:  This course studies the nine covenants that God has made for the benefit of mankind with respect to His divine Plan of redemption and how it relates to the believer’s personal relationship with God.

105 Tabernacles and Temples: This course examines the tabernacles and temples of the Bible in order to see salvation’s plan displayed in each person and how it relates to us today.

106 Biblical Theology: This course is designed to build a simple, yet secure foundation of Biblical doctrine under the student’s life and ministry.  No far out doctrines here, just the basics that most every major church and denomination ca agree on.

107 Spiritual Gifts: This course is one of the most practical courses offered.  It gives the person confidence that God has, indeed, blessed them with gifts and abilities that can, and should, help the body of Christ.

108 Church History: This Course follows the development of the church from the close of the first Century until now, with an emphasis on how NOT to repeat the mistakes of our forefathers.

Year Two

201 Ministerial Ethics: This course may challenge the student more than any other as we apply the moral standards of the Bible with today’s crumbling ethics both within and outside the church.

202 Leadership Goals: Servant Leadership is what Christ Displayed with His disciples and is the basis of application for these basic leadership principles as they relate to the church.

203 Pastoral Theology: All believers are called to help pastor the flock inasmuch as God has called each of us to help nurture and raise up others around us according to the model of parenthood.

204 Church Planting:  For many of our students they may either plant a church or help plant a church.  This course is a basic overview of how to get the job done, working as close to the Biblical model as possible.

205 Church Administration: This course helps lay out a strategy for administrating a church using the book of Acts as a model for what the contemporary church should look like.

206 Bible Study Methods: This course will teach the student several approaches to the Bible with an aim of helping them organize the material for teaching and/or preaching.

207 Teaching and Preaching: This course builds upon the previous class by helping the student sharpen their skills in communicating effectively the Word of God in a public forum.

208 Biblical Counseling: This class helps the student understand some foundational counseling skills that take into consideration the whole man, body soul and spirit, with respect to the regenerating power of the Holy Spirit.

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