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  • An examination of the process of deliverance.

  • Was Jesus an Executive Leader?  A  “CEO?”  Was His Leadership approach a model for not only Christian Leaders but for Business Leaders as well?  Jesus took 12 disciples and turned them into a “thriving enterprise.”  In this course, students will discover how to communicate with and motivate people by exploring the three categories of strength behind Jesus’ leadership techniques:  The Strength of Self-Mastery; The Strength of Action; and The Strength of Relationships.  Students will also recognize that Jesus was a Master of Change.  He not only knew how to deal with change but He was a change agent!  Leaders must always be ready to adapt and adjust to change. 

  • Genesis 1:1 (KJV) says, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”

    God is the Creator of all things but that is only one of His attributes.   He has many names and attributes that describe who He is.  An Attribute is defined as a quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or inherent part of someone or something.  In this class, students will discover what God is like, His characteristics, His names and the many ways God has revealed Himself to us.  

  • This course is a study of man as created (origin, nature, and state); his fall; sin and its effects; the redemptive work of Christ, application of work of Christ by the Holy Spirit in grace; predestination, election, calling, regeneration, repentance, faith, justification, adoption, union with Christ, sanctification, perseverance.
  • A survey of Christian Denominations: includes history, philosophy, influence on culture and society. Recognition is given to ways the various denominations approach human need within diverse cultures.
  • A study of world religions.
  • This course is a study of the nature of discipleship that introduces the student to the foundational principles of the spiritual life. It will examine the nature and obligations of the spiritual life and the principles and practices that nurture it. It will also explore the relationship between the spiritual life and the church.

  • The New Testament journey continues from the book of Hebrews to Jude and ends in the Apocalyptic book called Revelation. The books of Hebrews, James, 1st and 2nd Peter, 1st, 2nd and 3rd John along with Jude are called the General Epistles or letters because they appeal to either no specific audience or to an audience whose exact identity is somewhat broad or vague to us. This course will give you an overview of these General Epistles as well as a look into the book of Revelation. In this course you will study the authorship, date of writing, purpose of each book as well as the historical and theological background of each book and its relevance for today.
  • This course continues the New Testament journey from the historical Book of Acts to the Pauline Epistles or letters.  Students will study the historical and theological background of each book.   The book of Acts describes the start, expansion and establishment of the church while the Pauline Epistles, from Romans to Philemon, give complete instructions to the churches.  Students will discover the theme and purpose of each book and the principles to be applied to the lives of every believer.

  • A study of the basic principles of biblical Greek, for students who have not had Greek or who need an extensive review in the elements of the language.  Its purpose is to help students gain greater facility in the Greek language as preparation for more thorough exegesis in the New Testament.  This course will focus on increased vocabulary and composition from English to Greek.

  • The certificate program in Entrepreneurship & Innovation is designed to promote innovative and tactical thinking among students and develop the necessary real-world skills for establishing a successful business venture.

  • A thorough study of the New Testament Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.  In this course, students will learn the background of the Gospels and discover the content of the message of each book and why they were written.  Students will identify the theme of each book as they relate to the Life of Jesus Christ.  From the birth of Christ to the call of the disciples, from the many miracles and messages of Jesus Christ to the death and resurrection of our Savior, the Gospels give a Historical account of life in the Middle East as a new era begins.

  • A survey of the entire New Testament in its historical and cultural context, including the intertestamental period, in order to gain a knowledge of the life of Christ, the establishment of the church and the teachings concerning the believer’s faith and practice.

  • A study of the practices of everyday life in the ancient Near Eastern and first-century world that illumine and explain the Old and New Testaments.

  • An in-depth study of the history of the church from its’ beginning in the Book of Acts to the modern churches today.   In this course students will research and discuss six general periods of church history: The Apostolic Church, The Persecuted Church, The Imperial Church, The Medieval Church, The Reformed Church and The Modern Church.  You will discover how each general period of church history ends one era and enters into another with changes in doctrines, customs and the origin of denominations.  

  • A thorough study of the Old Testament Books of the Prophets of the Bible from Isaiah to Malachi including the Non-Literary Prophets.  In this course you will study the purpose for the prophets in the Old Testament along with a summary of the basic content of their message, the theme of each prophetic book and the historical settings behind each book.

  • An in-depth study of the special contribution the Old Testament Poetical books have made to the Bible as well as our Christian faith.  This class will explore the various types of Hebrew poetry of the books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Son of Solomon (Songs). 

  • A thorough study of the Old Testament Historical books including Joshua, Judges, Ruth, I and II Samuel, I and II Kings, I and II Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther.  This course will cover the conquest of the promise land and settlement of the people, Israel’s moral crisis, God’s sovereign care, Israel’s Kings of the United Kingdom and Divided Kingdom along with the wars of the period, timeline of events, prominent births and major events.  

  • A survey of the principal physical features of the land of Israel and a review of the historical geography of Israel for all the important periods in the Old Testament. Attention is given to the relationship between Israel's geography and history. This course will also include an examination of archeological evidence relevant to the Old Testament and specifically to the Nation of Israel.  The evidence encompasses architecture, written evidence, artifacts, etc.

  • An in-depth study of the relevance of the Pentateuch: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.

  • Principles of Leadership is designed to help students develop an understanding of various leadership styles and examine the foundations of leadership, including casting vision, creating culture, and garnering support.
  • Survey of the Old Testament is a course that examines each book of the Old Testament. Other topics include the dispensations of the Old Testament, good and bad kings, and the history of Israel’s journeying.


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