Growing Toward Spiritual Maturity – Insight on growing towards Christ likeness based on the actual ways that people grow and develop into maturity in Christ. Enable students to identify and understand how to grow spiritually.
Your Bible – This course presents the inspiration and authorship of the Bible, how it was preserved, why we believe it, how we deal with its problems and critics, the role of archaeology, and ways to study the Bible more effectively.
Old Testament Survey I (Pentateuch) – A sweeping overview of God’s working from creation through the early days of His chosen people. Topics include the Patriarchs and Israel’s trek to the Promised Land
Understanding People – This course explores a brief introduction to human development from a Christian perspective. To view people in terms of their physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual characteristics contributes valuable insights for sharing the truth of God.
Prayer – This course will help you develop a powerful prayer life. It’s a necessity for every Christian way of life.
New Testament Survey (Synoptic Gospels) – Brings unity and chronology sequence to the New Testament study by weaving the contents of the books of the four Gospels around a central theme – the person of Christ.
Bible Doctrine I (Man & Sin) – The study of the doctrine of man and sin presents man’s creation, nature, fall and its consequences, duty, and destiny.
John’s Gospel – Continuation of New Testament Survey with an in-depth study of the fourth Gospel.
I & II Chronicles, Esther – Continuation of Old Testament Survey with an in-depth study of the books of Chronicles.
Hermeneutics – This course is designed to explain and illustrate the various principles of Bible Interpretation that must be followed if one is to understand the teachings of God’s Word correctly.
Truth about world views – In a world where multiple "truths" abound, Christians need to be on their guard to avoid deception by other ways of looking at the world in opposition to Christ and His Word. To be prepared is to be well informed and how other worldviews differ from Christianity. This work analyzes the main world religions, cults, and philosophical systems relating to spirituality, morality, and the meaning of life.
Old Testament II (Poetry & Prophecy) – This course is a survey of Job through Proverbs pointing out their perceptive, historic and symbolic forms of divine revelation.
Bible Doctrine II (Salvation) – This course covers the study of regeneration, justification, sanctification, etc.
Isaiah – This course provides an overview of Isaiah, the History and Doctrines presented in this particular book.
Understanding Teaching – Overview of how to effectively train the next generation of Bible teachers to faithfully communicate God’s Word. It will focus on the philosophical basis of methodology, insights from current research, an overview of classroom usage, and principles for specific purposes and audiences.
Teaching Techniques – This course provides focuses on the philosophical basis of teaching methods with insights from current research. Both teacher-centered and student-centered methods are explored with refreshing insights.
Acts (New Testament III) – In-depth look at the expansion of Christianity after the death of Jesus and the work of the Holy Spirit in the early church.
Ezekiel, Daniel (Old Testament VI) – This course provides an in-depth study of these two major prophets.
Galatians, Philippians (New Testament VI) – This course presents a historical and expository study of these letters and their messages to the present-day Christian.
Triune God / Ephesians – This course covers the individuality of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the biblical teaching of the Trinity. The character and work of God; the preexistence, incarnation, deity, death, resurrection, and return of Christ; and the personality and power of the Holy Spirit.
Well Sent –More than a how-to manual, Well Sent critically evaluates topics such as sending perception and evaluation of the missionary call. This book will prepare potential missionary candidates for service and support the missional efforts of any church.
Evangelism – This course focuses on the philosophical basis of methodology, insights from current research, and overview of classroom usage and principles and also covers the biblical foundations of evangelism, conversion and how to lead a person to a decision for Christ.
Bible Doctrine III (Angels, Satan & Colossians) – This course presents a study of the doctrine of angels, demons, and satan – their works and methods.
Biblical Counseling – This course introduces the student to basic principles of Biblical Counseling. It addresses the need for the local church to actively assume responsibility for seeking God’s will for helping to restore troubled people to full, productive, creative lives. This course runs two class periods and utilizes the book entitled “Basic Principles of Biblical Counseling” by Dr. Larry Crabb.
Bible Doctrine IV (The Church) – This study deals with the nature, origin, ordinances, ministry, and destiny of the church.
Biblical Counseling – A continuation from 2nd Trimester
I & II Corinthians (New Testament VI) – This course provides insight into a New Testament Church, their order, discipline, and gifts
I & II Thessalonians, Jude (New Testament VII) – Continuation of historical and expository study of these letters and their messages to the present-day Christian.
Biblical Leadership (Church Administration) – Explores the wide variety of areas with which volunteer and professional church leaders must contend today. This course explains the difference in leaders who are effective and those who are efficient and what this means to the local church.
I & II Timothy, Titus (New Testament VIII) – This course is designed to present students with Pastoral Epistles that provide a practical understanding of local church operations. The principles addressed in these books are very necessary for operating our churches today
Worship & Music – In this course you will discover biblical principles of music and worship and explore some very practical ways to apply them to the weekly life of your local church’s worship program.
James, I & II Peter (New Testament X) – This course presents a historical and expository study of these letters and their messages to the present-day Christian. A careful study of these epistles illuminates a very practical understanding of faith. James being the brother of our Lord, and Peter a top staff person, was very close to Jesus.
Philemon, Hebrews (New Testament IX) – This course presents a historical and expository study of these letters and their messages to the present-day Christian.
Romans – This course is a foundation of the entire Christian faith and has changed the hearts of many as they read and understand the wonderful truths nestled inside.
Minor Prophets (Old Testament VII) – Through this course, the minor prophets are reviewed as to their period of prophecy, pre-exilic, exilic and post exilic, their basic themes and spiritual lessons.
I, II, & III John (New Testament XI) – A study of these books provide a clear understanding of the heart of God. God is love. John’s depiction of the gospel in these letters illustrates an inescapable knowledge of God’s love and the unveiling of Jesus Christ Who is, Who was, and Who is to come.