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ON-CAMPUS CLASS SCHEDULE

WINTER 2023

January 2 - March 23

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TUESDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Practical Pastoral Theology (TH201) - lb

This course will cover the fundamental basics of the Christian faith and ministry...the foundation of a man or woman of God.  Examining the absolute necessity of faith, vision, calling, anointing in the last days.  Special emphasis will also be given to ethics and etiquette.


TUESDAY 4:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Basic Theology (TH302) - ls

This course provides an introduction to systematic theology.  The course is designed to familiarize the student with the broad spectrum of the study of theology, thus various topics will be considered such as the living God, angels, demons, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, eschatology, etc.

MASTERS COURSES

Introduction to Systematic Theology (TH520) - ls

This course will examine the nature of systematic theology and the necessity of theological thinking and interpretation, enabling students to critically evaluate the major doctrines of the Bible.


TUESDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Life of Christ I (BS105) - ls

A study of the life and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ as seen in the Gospels. Particular emphasis will be given to the Old Testament Messianic prophecies of Christ Jesus.

A Study of I-II Corinthians (BS305) - cw

A detailed an in-depth study of the letters to the Corinthians.  This study will examine the writer, the date and time, and the theme and purpose of each book, as well as its practical application today.

MASTERS COURSES

Exposition of I-II Corinthians (BS515) - cw

The letters to the Corinthians contain some of the most revealing and challenging writings of the Apostle Paul.  This course will examine the theme, purpose, and message of Paul’s letters to the church at Corinth.


TUESDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Marriage & Family Counseling (CC301) - jj

This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of Christian marriage and family counseling with specific emphasis on system and structural therapy techniques.  A specific study of the use of family of origin work is emphasized.

Walking With God: My Refuge (PM420) - cw  **New Course**

This course will examine the deeper Christian life. Being consecrated unto God and entrusted to His care, the believer discovers the foundational principles essential to deep spiritual communion and a life of intimacy with God.

MASTERS COURSES

An Integrated Approach to Marriage & Family Counseling (CC511) - jj

This course is designed to provide the student with an integrated approach to Christian marriage and family counseling with specific emphasis on system and structural therapy techniques.  A specific study of the use of family of origin work is emphasized.

Walking With God: My Refuge (PM520) - cw  **New Course**

This course will examine the deeper Christian life. Being consecrated unto God and entrusted to His care, the believer discovers the foundational principles essential to deep spiritual communion and a life of intimacy with God.


THURSDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Daniel & End Times Prophecy (BS461) - cw

The book of Daniel is divided into two main parts: Daniel 1-6, which reveals Daniel’s life in Babylon, and Daniel 7-12, which includes Daniel’s prophetic visions. Using a literal approach to Scripture, this course will examine the prophetic and eschatological events as presented in the book of Daniel.

MASTERS COURSES

Exposition of Daniel (BS561) - cw

This study will provide an expositional and eschatological study of the Book of Daniel, examining the major events of the life and ministry of Daniel. Special emphasis will be given to key prophecies and their end-time significance.


THURSDAY 4:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Biblical Principles of Leadership I (PM101) - mh

This course is an in-depth and direct study of the principles of biblical leadership as revealed in the Word of God.  Close attention is given to biblical guidelines for leadership, and the qualifications of spiritual leaders.  Students will learn the importance of being led by the Spirit and walking in the fullness of your anointing and calling.


THURSDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR

A Study of James (PM102) - cw

Exposition of the Letter of James. James is one of the most direct and practical writers of the New Testament.  It gives us 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.

Spiritual Formation: Journey of Faith (LD361) - tn 

Spiritual formation is the process of the believer being conformed to the image of Christ. This course examines the spiritual life and journey of faith of the man or woman of God, emphasizing how the transformation is intensified by Scripture, accountability, and relationships.

MASTERS COURSES

Advanced Spiritual Formation (LD561) - tn

Spiritual formation is the process of the believer being conformed to the image of Christ. This course examines the spiritual life and journey of faith of the man or woman of God, emphasizing how the transformation is intensified by Scripture, accountability, and relationships.


THURSDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Contemporary Issues (PM403) - cw

This course will examine many of the contemporary issues facing the world today. Such issues as euthanasia, abortion, divorce and remarriage, etc. will be discussed. This course will assist the student in understanding these issues and provide biblical answers in addressing them.

Intro to Hermeneutics: How to Study the Bible (PH403) - tn

A study of the methods of biblical interpretation; this course teaches the student the principles of rightly dividing the Word of Truth.

MASTERS COURSES

Christian Values and Ethics: Contemporary Issues (PM513) - cw

A study of Christian ethics from a biblical perspective. This course examines many of the complex moral and ethical issues facing the world today, providing Scriptural answers for ministry in a post-modern age.

Biblical Hermeneutics (PH503) - tn

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.

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INSTRUCTOR CODE: cw-Wood, ls-Summey, lb-Bell, jt-Taylor, jj-Jessup, lm-Myers, tn-Nelson, cg-Goode, kb-Brown, ww-Watts, ja-Abernathy, ga-Adkins, ac-Cuthrell, mh-Hayes,