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July 5 – August 15


A Study of the Book of Acts (BS104)
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 Corinthians (BS305)
This course will provide a detailed and in-depth exposition of I Corinthians and an overview of II 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.

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.


Introduction to Typology: The Tabernacle (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.

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.

DOCTORAL COURSES (Special 12 Week Session)

Practical Theology (TH604) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
This course will cover the fundamental basics of the Christian faith and its practical application to the believer.

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


July 26 - September 5


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.

Daniel and the Things to Come (BS461) ***NEW ONLINE COURSE***
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.


This Biblical Dynamics of Marriage (PM517)
This course will include a practical, in-depth study of Biblical guidelines for the relationship between the husband and wife. Upon completion, students should better understand God’s design for the intimate relationship within marriage and its effect upon establishing a healthy Christian home.

Exposition of Daniel (BS561) ***NEW ONLINE COURSE***
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.


August 9 - September 19


New Testament Survey (BS101)
A study covering the time from the close of the Old Testament through the Revelation. This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of the background of the New Testament, surveying content as well as the historical setting of each book of the New Testament.

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 key teachings of each religion discussed, as well as the particular strategies and methods used in appeal, solicitation, and recruitment.

Principles of Christian Character (PM304)
All qualities of the fruit of the Spirit compose a unity, and should be evident in the life of each believer. Spiritual fruit is not merely produced by the human nature, but by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23; 2 Peter 1:3-4). This course will provide a good understanding of the fruit of the Spirit and a genuine appreciation for the joy and blessing of living a Sprit-led life.


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 to the lost.

The Fruit of the Spirit (PM514)
A detailed and in-depth study of the fruit of the Spirit, which places emphasis upon the importance of the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer, personal commitment and the importance of living a Spirit-led life. The character of a true believer is examined.


August 23 – October 4


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.

Stay the Course: A Study of 1-2 Peter (BS407 
This course will provide an expositional study of the two letters of Peter. Emphasis will be given to the background and purpose of each book, as well as the contemporary practical application of each. Peter writes to believers facing troubled circumstances and his letters provide a message of hope in troubled times. This study will reinforce the power of faith and godly character within the Christian community and how believers should walk out their faith with joy in an often hostile world.


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.

Exposition of the Letters of Peter (BS517) 
This course will examine the author, the date and time of the writing, and the theme and purpose of the both letters of Peter. First Peter deals with persecution and suffering and emphasizes walking in the grace of God, while the second letter deals with the added pressure of false teachers and heresy within the church. This study will provide hope, support, and encouragement for believers today, as we walk out our faith in an increasingly secular culture.