Available courses

This course reveals the continuing ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ in the world through the Holy Spirit, and God-called men and women. It assists the student in understanding the historical and doctrinal value of the Book of Acts. It begins with the birth of the Church. The unchanging truths and principles gleaned from Acts will be taught to better equip the students for the task of world evangelism.

 

This course examines the Life of Christ, His history (birth, childhood, ministry, death, burial, and resurrection) as well as His actions (miracles, controversies, public speaking). The student will understand who Christ is, and who they should become in Him.

An introduction to the Bible as God’s Word written down, this course emphasizes the importance of basic Bible divisions, with the goal of personal understanding and consistent/faithful use by every student of God’s Word. It stresses the ability to defend the belief that the Bible is true and inspired by God.

Obedience to Acts 2:38 is the birthplace of the Christian life. Next, is the rigorous continuous process of growing in Christ and living like Him. The Christian life is a battle (Ephesians 6:10-11) and a race (Hebrews 12:1-2). This introductory level course serves as a how-to-grow guide for Christian development. The biblical principles found in this course when followed will produce spiritual growth (2 Peter 3:18).

Pentecostal Doctrine builds upon the foundation of the infallible Word of God. From this bedrock rises the framework of the doctrinal principles which began in Christ and were passed directly to His apostles. The term “doctrine” means “teaching,” and we must teach as the apostles taught. This course is a systematic outline of essential apostolic teachings, which gives students the knowledge necessary to live effective apostolic lives.

This introductory course seeks to expose the need for evangelism and motivates students toward meeting that need. It explains the: who, what, when, where, why, and how of evangelism.

This course focuses on the thirty-nine books of the Old Testament. It is an overview emphasizing the main facts concerning each book; authorship, date of composition, purpose, and content.

This course is designed to give students a broad understanding of the New Testament books of the Bible and the cultural context in which they were written. Important topics such as authorship, original audience, setting/date, key features, content and structure are examined for each book, with special attention being paid to the Gospel, epistolary, and apocalyptic genres. Each lesson concludes with suggested applications for Apostolic doctrine and life.