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ON-CAMPUS CLASS SCHEDULE

SUMMER 2022

July 5 - September 15

NOTICE: ALL CLASSES CONDUCTED VIA LIVE INTERACTIVE REMOTE VIDEO... STUDY LIVE FROM HOME!


TUESDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Life of Christ II (BS302) - ga

A study of the life and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ as seen in the Gospels. Particular emphasis will be given to the person and work of Jesus Christ, his incarnation, death, burial, resurrection and present day ministry.

MASTERS COURSES

Christology: Life of Christ (BS502) - ga

This course will furnish a general overview of Christ’s teachings, parables, and miraculous works, as well as an informative look into His finished work on Calvary.


TUESDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

A Study of the Book of Hebrews (BS103) - cw

Exposition of the Letter to the Hebrews. This in-depth study of one of the most powerful epistles in the Bible will reveal much about our relationship with God as we discover just who is Christ our Great High Priest.  You’ll find this book to be fascinating as we understand the types and shadows of the Old Testament and reveal the reality of Christ in the New Covenant.

Ezra, Nehemiah, & Esther (BS 405) - mh

This course will examine the writer, the date and time of the writing, and the theme and purpose of the books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther.

MASTERS COURSES

Historical Books: Ezra, Nehemiah, & Esther (BS505) - mh

This course will examine the author, the date and time of the writing, and the theme and purpose of the books of Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther, seeking to discover the sovereign providence of God at work in the lives of the returning exiles.


TUESDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Counseling and Self-Esteem (CC206) - jj

This course contains three goals: 1) to provide the pastor and counselor (lay people can also use this counseling approach to build their own self-esteem) with an understanding of self-esteem as a fundamental ingredient to one’s spiritual, emotional and social health; 2) to teach accurate biblical views of self-esteem and 3) to teach counseling strategies that can be used for building self-esteem.

Walking with God: Daily Communion (PM436) - cw  **New Course**

This course will examine what it means to walk with God in intimate daily communion. Effectual prayer and worship denotes a point of anguish and a dedication arising from an exclusive personal devotion and commitment to God and His kingdom purpose.

MASTERS COURSES

Walking with God (PM536) - cw  **New Course**

This course will examine what it means to walk with God in intimate daily communion. Effectual prayer and worship denotes a point of anguish and a dedication arising from an exclusive personal devotion and commitment to God and His kingdom purpose.


THURSDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Grace & Law: A Study of Galatians (TH307) - cw

A Scriptural examination of grace and law. This course will contrast grace and law and seek to enhance the student’s understanding and knowledge of what is meant by salvation by grace through faith in Christ.

MASTERS COURSES

Exposition of the Book of Galatians (TH507) - cw

This course will provide an exposition of the Book of Galatians. Upon completion, students should have a better understanding of the Scriptural doctrine of justification by faith as well as a keen awareness of the errors and challenges facing the believer today.


THURSDAY 4:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Gospels (BS306) - lb

This study will examine in detail the gospel of John, while seeking to provide a chronological overview of the life of Christ and a comparison of each of the four gospels in the New Testament.

MASTERS COURSES

Jesus and the Gospels (BS506) - lb 

This course will examine the context of each of the four Gospels, including the historical background and period in which they were written. Upon completion, students should be better equipped to accurately interpret the Gospels and apply the teachings to his/her own life and ministry.


THURSDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR

Church History (TH104) - ls

An exploration of the history of the Christian church, from the day of Pentecost through today.  Discussed in detail will be the birth of the New Testament church, key leaders, great revivals and movements, and many important historical events as pertaining to the church.

Spiritual Warfare (TH425) - cw  

This course will examine the origin, nature, and extent of spiritual warfare. Beginning with the fall of angels and extending through the current spiritual conflict against mankind and the kingdom of God, this course will seek to provide an awareness of the conflict, as well as a good understanding of the believer’s authority in the spirit-world.

MASTERS COURSES

Pulling Down Strongholds: Spiritual Warfare (TH525) - cw

Beginning with the fall of angels and extending through the current spiritual conflict against mankind and the kingdom of God, this course will seek to provide an awareness of the conflict, as well as a good understanding of the believer’s authority in the spirit-world.


THURSDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Pauline Epistles: The Letters of Paul (BS202) - cw

A study of Paul’s epistles.  Emphasis will be 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.

Church Administration (PM402) - ls

This course will examine practical 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) - ls

This course will examine practical 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.

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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,