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WINTER 2024: TERM A

January 8 - February 18

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Life of Christ (BS105)

A fascinating study of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, the Messiah. Particular emphasis will be given to Old Testament prophecies concerning Christ, His birth, and ministry.

Theology II: Our Salvation (TH401)

Soteriology:  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.

Leadership Fundamentals (LD362)

This course provides a very candid and informative look at the character of the person God uses. Embracing the axiom that genuine relationship with God and integrity are the most important principles in the life of a leader, this course will emphasize the character and integrity of a leader in the body of Christ, as well as guidelines for personal growth and development.

MASTERS COURSES

Introduction to Typology: Tabernacle & Priesthood (TH509)

This course will cover the structure and symbolism of Israel’s tabernacle and the priesthood.  Special emphasis will be given to Old Testament types and shadows and their New Testament reality and meaning, providing a vivid revelation of Christ and his finished work.

Values and Ethics (LD562)

This study will seek to establish Biblical fundamentals of leadership. With an understanding that the Biblical leader leads from character before skill, the student will examine the core values and ethics of the individual whom God chooses to use.

DOCTORAL COURSES (Special 12 Week Session)

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.

Systematic Theology (TH603) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
An examination of the doctrines of Bibliology, Theology Proper, Christology, Soteriology, Pneumatology, Angelology, and Eschatology.


WINTER 2024: TERM B

January 22 – March 3

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Dynamics of the Holy Spirit (TH101)

Pneumatology: A Biblical examination of the person, work, gifts, and ministry of the Holy Spirit.  Special emphasis is placed on the ministry of the Holy Spirit today.

Bible Prophecy: Book of Revelation (TH402)

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.

MASTERS COURSES

The Spirit-filled Leader (LD507)

This course we will encourage students to seek to know the Lord in unfettered intimacy, desire to understand and experience His Holy Spirit without measure, and to present ourselves entirely and unreservedly unto God, upon which we may, through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, become the example of His grace to a world in need.

Eschatology (TH504)

A study of Bible prophecy; 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.


WINTER 2024: TERM C

February 5 - March 17

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Pentateuch: Genesis - Deuteronomy (BS107)

A study of the first five books of the Bible.  A special emphasis will be given to creation, the seed of Christ, and the covenant.  This study will provide a good understanding of the plan of God for man.

The Beauty of Holiness (TH424)

This course will examine the nature and extent of the holiness of God, and the joy of an intimate walk with Christ experienced by those who pursue fullness in the Christian life. 

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

The Doctrine of Holiness (TH524)

This course will seek to provide a deeper understanding of the nature and extent of the holiness of God, while emphasizing the theological and practical aspects of the Biblical doctrine of holiness. 

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.


WINTER 2024: TERM D

February 19 - March 31

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.

The General Epistles (BS421)

A study of the General Epistles: Hebrews, James, 1-2 Peter, 1-3 John, and Jude. 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.

MASTERS COURSES

The Deeper Life (TH598)

This study will examine the nature and extent of what it means to walk in the Spirit, with emphasis on what it means to discern the rule of God and to experience present fulfillment in the kingdom of God.

Exposition of the General Epistles (BS501)

This course will provide a general overview and study of Hebrews, James, 1-2 Peter, 1-3 John, and Jude, including the historical and cultural background, date of writing, major theme and purpose, and brief outline of each book.