You and Your Bible (ETA)
Believers should be well informed about the Word of God. This course presents the inspiration and authorship of the Bible, how it was preserved, why we believe it, how we deal with its problems and critics, the role of archeology, and ways to study the Bible more effectively.

New Testament Survey (ETA)
This course brings unity and chronological sequence to New Testament study by weaving the contents of the books around a central theme – the person of Christ. Included in this major division of the Bible are the synoptic Gospels, the Gospel of John, the Book of Acts, the Pauline Epistles in chronological order, the General Epistles, and the book of Revelation.

Biblical Beliefs (ETA)
Presentation of foundational Bible doctrines in a popular, easy-to-understand format is the nature of this course. Covered in the course are creation and the fall of man, faith and regeneration, justification and adoption, prayer and worship, angels, satan, resurrection and judgment, and the church.

Teaching Techniques (ETA)
This course focuses on how to communicate and apply God’s Word to life situations through the use of various methodologies. Class projects will also be used to demonstrate the effectiveness of various teaching techniques, especially suited for a 21-century setting.

Book of Romans
This book of Romans will take us through the life of the writer, recipients of this letter, the occasion and purpose for the writing of the Book of Romans. This book also offers the most systematic teaching in the Bible about human dilemma and God’s solution for it as well as the major themes of sin, salvation, redemption, justification, grace and reconciliation.

The Making of a Leader
This course is designed to identify and uncover the key elements of leadership that made great men and women of the Bible effective in carrying out God’s agenda for their lives. Throughout the course we will be dissecting major characters of the Bible while discovering the challenges and circumstances that made them rise to greatness. Likewise we will uncover the pitfalls and failures of these same individuals. You will walk away from the course with a greater under-standing of your own leadership style, insight on areas of desired development in your own approach to leadership, and an enhanced appreciation on what it takes to lead God’s people.