This class reviews the methods of biblical worship and the commitment necessary for a lifestyle of worship. Students are taught how to prepare their hearts as well as how to lead in worship.
This course is a history on the Church in plain language which covers: Lutheranism, Protestantism, the age of reason and revival, the age of progress, a Christian in America, the age of ideologies, and the medieval & modern Church.
This class includes pre-counseling engaged couples as well as analyzing temperaments, moderating remarriage procedures and special problems such as interracial challenges and dysfunctional marriages.
This course reviews methods of worship including introduction to worship, praise, Abraham’s worship, warfare and worship, healing and worship, the Holy Spirit and worship, giving in worship, prophetic worship, David’s tabernacle of worship and more.
This class focuses on how to open up a 501 c 3 organization. It includes the practical skills necessary, including forms, data, and contact information.
This class trains the future preacher or teacher to diligently prepare sermons or lectures. Methodology, study practices, organization and outlining are covered.
The crisis between Christianity and Islam will not go away. The root of the bitterness is social, political, historical and spiritual. Learn where the traditions of past generations lead.
This class is about the different doctrinal beliefs, their origins and validity, and teaches how to formulate doctrine based on God’s Word.
This class reveals the sociological impacts of Christianity and how you can affect the world through developing an understanding that we are “in the world” but not “of the world”. It gives practical solutions and examples of how to change dead institutions like: politics, secular education, and mundane businesses. This is a core class for all Bachelor students.