The Triune God (ETA)
This course covers the biblical teaching of the Trinity and the individuality of the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. Topics include the character and work of God; the preexistence, incarnation, deity, death, resurrection, and return of Christ; the personality and power of the Holy Spirit.
Understanding Music and Worship in the Local Church (ETA)
Designed with the layperson in mind, this course focuses on the important relationship of these two elements in the life of the church. It provides a historical overview of music and worship, biblical foundations, and practical instruction on how to better assess both within the local church.
Your Ministry of Evangelism (ETA)
If the local church is to continue to grow in the 21st century, evangelism must be the first concern of every church ministry and individual Christian according to Jesus’ last mandate to “make disciples”. This course provides complete instructions for helping the “persons in the pew” to understand their role in local church evangelism ministry and to be effective in leading others to Christ.
Beyond Reasonable Doubt (ETA)
Aside from personal faith in God, is there any evidence to substantiate the claims of Christianity? What about Jesus Christ – was He more than just a man? And the Bible – is it more than just an interesting piece of literature? You be the judge! This course, centered in an introduction to the study of apologetics, will take you step-by-step through the well-documented evidence. Whether a skeptic or a believer, it will help you reach a verdict-one that could very well change your life.
Christian Character (ETA)
True Christian character is not something that comes automatically in the life of a believer upon acceptance of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. While the potential is there, it must be developed, nurtured, and maintained if the believer is to lead a God-pleasing life. This course is designed to provide you with the tools needed to help you reach your ultimate goal – to become more like Jesus.
Qualities of Great Leaders of the Bible
Over a semester’s time we will journey through the Bible utilizing a thematic approach of study on leadership qualities across the Old and New Testaments. This method of study will allow us to compare and contrast leadership styles of Biblical heroes and heroines and their foes. While stepping across history to profile the Bible’s many leaders, we will categorize effective and ineffective leadership methods. Overall this course is designed to be an enriching study of leadership primarily with the Bible as our guide on techniques and methodology. By the end of this course you will walk away with a vast understanding of various types of leadership styles and knowledge of when to apply different methods of leadership for greater effectiveness.