This course focuses on the development of leadership skills, gift and talent recognition, vision-casting, and adapting life to fulfill goals and become completely activated in your calling.
This course is designed to introduce students to the basic unchanging principles of prayer. Both for personal prayer & corporate prayer. When we understand the perimeters in which we communicate with the Father, only then we can truly see the benefits of a productive prayer life.
This course is designed to give students an overview of the Old Testament and its relevance to our Christian walk today and to enable them to gain a greater understanding of the meaning and significance of the historical events and the message of the Old Testament. Journey into the heart of God to gain an understanding of the “roots” of faith, covenant, Israel, and God’s plan for salvation through Christ.
This course is designed as a introduction to the doctrine, Person, and work of the Holy Spirit. It will teach students how to recognize the purpose and functions of the gifts of the Spirit, with an emphasis on the importance of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Christian.
A study of the theology and practice of spiritual disciplines, including prayer, fasting, biblical meditation, and worship. Emphasis will be placed on training believers to practice these disciplines as a vital part of their daily lives.
This course aims to introduce students to the biblical definitions of praise and worship, to examine the fundamental aspects of worship, and to model a lifestyle of habitual worship. Obedience, sacrifice, heart, worshiping in Spirit and in truth, and gifts of the Spirit within worship are among the key topics to be discussed. The key takeaway will be a challenge to the students to daily live out of a heart of worship.
This course is designed to give students an overview of the New Testament and its teachings with an emphasis on the life, teachings, and redemptive work of Christ; the founding and growth of the Church; and the strengthening of our Christian walk today.
Presents a critical and biblical overview of positions regarding the nature of mankind. It begins with the nature of man as created in the image of God and the entrance of sin into creation. It will also consider the necessity of the solution found in the person and finished work of Christ.
This course is designed to introduce students to Missions as it relates individually and globally, with particular attention given to understanding true biblical world mission. This course will establish and equip you to develop perspectives that will inspire and motivate you to take action on behalf of biblical missions.
This course is designed to show students the proper approach to the ministry of helps. It will introduce and help students appropriate the correct motives, attitude, and realistic expectations for someone who is active in the Helps Ministry. The church is desperate for good leaders, people who are willing to take on servanthood as a conviction.