ON-CAMPUS CLASS SCHEDULE
January 3 - March 24
NOTICE: ALL ON-CAMPUS CLASSES ALSO AVAILABLE VIA LIVE INTERACTIVE REMOTE VIDEO... STUDY LIVE FROM HOME!
TUESDAY 12 NOON
Introduction to Missions (PM405) - lm
This course deals with the foundation and theology of missions. The student will examine the nature, philosophy, and structure of both foreign and home missions.
Theology of Missions (PM506) - lm
This course will guide the student through a study of many key areas of missiology, including: Biblical Insights from the Pentateuch through Revelation; Historical and Missiological Perspectives; and Spirituality.
TUESDAY 4:30 PM
Christian Education & Music (CE307) - ac
This course will provide the student with a basic introduction to music theory and the distinct role of music ministry within the Christian education experience.
Advanced Christian Education & Music (CE507) - ac
This course will examine the distinct and important role of the ministry of music as it relates to Christian education.
TUESDAY 6:00 PM
A Study of the Book of Acts (BS104) - cw
An exciting study of the powerful work of the Holy Spirit through believers to establish the kingdom of God, revealing the origin and development of the New Testament church.
A Study of I & II Samuel (BS301) - mh
A detailed and in-depth study of the books of I and II Samuel. This study will examine the writer, the date and time, the historical setting and significance, and the theme and purpose of each book.
Exposition of I & II Samuel (BS511) - mh
This class will provide an understanding of Israel’s historical period from the closing of the time of the judges to the transition of Israel becoming a united nation being ruled under a monarchy
TUESDAY 7:30 PM
Christian Psychology & Counseling (CC102) - jj
The student will be provided with general information regarding basic theories concerning historical systems of psychology, counseling, biblical theories of counseling and the utilization of the Biblical counseling model.
Beauty for Ashes (TH341) - cw **New Course**
This course will examine the Sovereignty of God and His faithfulness to the believer during times of crisis, confusion, and adverse circumstances.
The Faithfulness of God (TH541) - cw **New Course**
This course will examine the Sovereignty of God and His faithfulness to the believer during times of crisis, confusion, and adverse circumstances..
THURSDAY 12 NOON
Victorious Grace: 2 Corinthians (BS408) - cw
A expositional study of the second letter to the Corinthians. This course will provide a demonstration of the victorious grace of God and provide a message of hope for all believers. Upon completion of this study, the student should have a good comprehension of the theme, purpose, and message of the letter, as well as a good appreciation of the life and mission of the Apostle Paul.
Exposition of 2 Corinthians (BS508) - cw
This course will provide an expositional study of the second letter to the Corinthians. Emphasis will be given to the background and purpose of the letter, as well as its contemporary practical application.
THURSDAY 4:30 PM
Theology II: Soteriology (TH401) - lb
This course will cover salvation as it is considered from man’s need, God’s provision for reaching out to man, and the application of the work of God in salvation.
Our Salvation (TH511) - lb
Soteriology: This course will provide a good understanding of God’s plan for man’s salvation and the many benefits that have been provided for the believer in the finished work of Christ.
THURSDAY 6:00 PM
Evangelism (PM103) - tn
Various facets of evangelism are considered and taught, including: personal evangelism, church evangelism, home and foreign missions, etc. An exciting and stirring look at the ministry and call of evangelism.
Bible Prophecy: Book of Revelation (TH402) - cw
Using an expositional exploration of the book of Revelation as the foundation, this course will focus on key eschatological events such as the message to the seven churches of Asia Minor, the rapture of the saints, the judgments of the seals, trumpets, and vials, the second coming of Christ, the millennial kingdom, the New Jerusalem, the new heavens and earth, and much more.
Eschatology (TH504) - cw
A study of Bible prophecy. Using an expositional exploration of the book of Revelation as the foundation, this course will examine the things to come regarding the present age, various theories about the tribulation, the return of Christ, the millennial kingdom, the judgments, the new heavens and earth, etc.
THURSDAY 7:30 PM
Great Bible Doctrines: Building a Strong Foundation (BS102) - cw
The principles of the faith will be studied in this course as we examine in depth the major doctrines of the Bible. Great doctrines such as the Scriptures, the fall of man, the finished work of Christ, the Holy Spirit, the second coming of Christ, and many more will be studied in detail.
Spiritual Formation (LD363) - 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.
Advanced Spiritual Formation (LD563) - tn
This course will enable the student to define spiritual disciplines and identify key foundational Scriptures that support the purpose of discipline (pursuit of godliness) in the life of the believer. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of the disciplines to help one grow in godliness, as well as offering practical suggestions for cultivating and applying them in the lives of believers today.
INSTRUCTOR CODE: cw-Wood, ls-Summey, lb-Bell, jt-Taylor, jj-Jessup, lm-Myers, tn-Nelson, cg-Goode, kb-Brown, ww-Watts, ja-Abernathy. mh-Hayes, ac-Cuthrell