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FALL 2022: TERM A

September 26 – November 6

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Biblical Principles of Leadership I (PM101)
A study of the biblical principles of leadership as revealed in the Word of God. We will discover the importance of integrity in character and ministry, being led by the Spirit, and walking in the fullness of your calling.

The Minor Prophets (BS404)
A study of the historical and prophetic writings of the twelve prophets from Hosea to Malachi.  This study will examine the writer, historical background, and the purpose and theme of each book.

Intro to Hermeneutics: How to Study the Bible (PH403)
A study of the methods of biblical interpretation; this course teaches the student the principles of rightly dividing the Word of Truth.

MASTERS COURSES

The Spiritual Leader (LD509)
An exploration of Biblical guidelines for leadership, emphasizing the importance of being led by the Spirit and walking in close fellowship with God. Special emphasis will be placed on the character and integrity of a leader in the body of Christ, as well as guidelines for personal growth and development.

Biblical Hermeneutics (PH503)
This course is designed to help equip students and ministers with the tools to increase their skill in interpreting, teaching, and preaching the Word of God.  The objective of the course is to prepare men and women who are faithful to the biblical text in their interpretation and ministry.

DOCTORAL COURSES (Special 12 Week Session: September 26 - December 18)

Christology (TH602) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
A study of the Doctrine of Christ, with particular emphasis on the Person and Work of Jesus Christ. This course will provide a detailed analysis of Biblical, theological, and historical perspectives of the person, nature, attributes, work and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Advanced Hermeneutics (PH603) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
A study of the methods of Biblical interpretation; this course teaches the student the principles of rightly dividing the Word of Truth.


FALL 2022: TERM B

October 10 – November 20

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Church History (TH104)
An exploration of the history of the Christian church. Discussion will include the early development of the church, great revivals and movements, and many important historical events as pertaining to the church.

Biblical Principles of Leadership II (PM302)  (No prerequisite)
An in-depth and direct study of the principles of Biblical leadership as revealed in the Word of God. Special emphasis will be placed on the character and integrity of a leader in the body of Christ, as well as guidelines for personal growth and development.

MASTERS COURSES

General Epistles (BS501)
A study of the General Epistles: Hebrews, James, 1-2 Peter, 1-3 John, and Jude. Emphasis will be placed upon the background and purpose of each book, as well as the practical aspect of each.  This study will examine the problems these epistles seek to correct, examining the methods used and how each book applies to us today.

Biblical Leadership (PM512)
This course will explore Biblical guidelines for leadership and the qualifications of spiritual leaders. Special emphasis will be placed upon the importance of being led by the Spirit and walking in close fellowship with God.


FALL 2022: TERM C

October 24 – December 4

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

A Study of James (BS106)
James is one of the most direct and practical writers of the New Testament, providing a valuable understanding of the problems facing many of the early Jewish believers.  This detailed and in-depth study will explore the background, purpose, and practical application of this powerful and interesting book, and will leave the student with a renewed faith in our Lord.

Theology I: A Study of God (TH304)
A study of the divine nature, character, and attributes of God, this course will provide a deeper understanding of God, and an enhanced faith in Him.

Comparative Religions (PH401)
An exploration of some of the various religions of the world, including pseudo-Christian cults, the occult and mystical religions, and other religions not related to Christianity.  Discussion will include certain key teachings of each religion discussed, as well as the particular strategies and methods used in appeal, solicitation, and recruitment.

MASTERS COURSES

Theology Proper (TH514)
This course will address what the Scriptures teach about God, providing a strong theological context into which the practice of one’s faith exists.

World Religions (PH501)
This study will provide a brief introduction to the various religious beliefs held by many around the world, providing a basis for Christian believers to better know how to defend their faith and to witness truth to the lost.


FALL 2022: TERM D

November 7 – December 18

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

A Study of the Book of Hebrews (BS103)
This in-depth exposition of one of the most powerful letters in the Bible will reveal much about our relationship with God as we discover Jesus Christ our Great High Priest.  The study explores the types and shadows of the Old Testament, which reveal the reality of Christ in the New Covenant.  God’s plan of salvation will become more clear and meaningful, and our faith made strong.

Church Administration (PM402)
This course will examine practical Biblical leadership principles, assisting students in developing effective ministry management and administration skills and integrating them into their own ministry. Practical guidelines for oversight, organization, and administration of the local church and ministry will be discussed, including working with boards, committees, finances, establishing budgets, and the effective training of leaders.

MASTERS COURSES

Ministry Management (PM505)
This course will address the oversight, organization, and administration of the local church and ministry, applying Biblical and practical guidelines in the areas of leadership, management, supervision, and finances. Upon completion, participants should have an increased understanding of the role of church/ministry administration and management.

Leadership for Renewal (LD508)
Using Scriptural mandate and historical ecclesiastical example, this course will examine the Biblical nature and fundamentals of spiritual renewal. With emphasis on personal spiritual renewal, the Christian leader will be challenged to provide effective leadership for spiritual reform and renewal within the body of Christ.