Course Book

JUNIOR COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

UNDERSTANDING PEOPLE

This course will have the students get acquainted with the different types of behavior they may face as they witness to others, and this course presents a practical way of ministering to the varying personalities.

 

PERSONAL EVANGELISM

The Lord, just before His ascension gave a command to Christians to evangelize the world.  This class is a study in various methods and techniques of witnessing to a sin-sick world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

 

ROMANS

This course is a thorough study of the book of Romans and a study in the Righteousness of God, the total depravity of man, and this reveals the steps that a Holy God took to redeem and reconcile a sin-natured man back into a proper relationship with God.

 

OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY HISTORY

The course is the study of Israel from Joshua to Esther from the dividing, the captivity, and deliverance and of a nation to a view of future restoration.

 

MISSIONS III

This course examines critical questions such as abortion, euthanasia, bioethics, human sexuality, politics, war, capital punishment, race, the arts, and the environment, from a biblical viewpoint.

 

SOTERIOLOGY

This course is a study of Salvation.  The student is introduced to various terms that describe the work of Redemption that our Lord Jesus Christ did to justify fallen man and to insure the redeemed of their Lord’s finished work at Calvary on the Cross, and His present work in Heaven at the right had of God the Father.

 

JAMES

The New Testament book of James is one of the most practical Epistles written to the Church of Christ.  This course focuses on how the student illuminated by the Holy Spirit to how spiritual truths can become a practicing reality.

 

CULTS

This course gives the student a historical background of the cults and their beliefs.  The student will study how to “contend for the faith” against these false doctrines that blind man’s eyes to the truth of the Gospel message.

 

GALATIANS

This course introduces the student to our liberty in Christ Jesus, and our bondage from law, legalism, works and sin. 

 

OLD TESTAMENT POETRY

This course is a study of the five Old Testament Poetic books and how each of them point to the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

MISSIONS IV

A continuation of the examination of critical questions such as abortion, euthanasia, bioethics, human sexuality, politics, war, capital punishment, race, the arts, and the environment, from a biblical viewpoint.

 

CHRISTOLOGY

A study of the person and work of our Lord Jesus Christ.  The Bible tells us to grow in grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ, then and only then can we truly comprehend somewhat about the love of God, and how that love caused God the Son to put on flesh and substitute himself as a sacrificial Lamb that was slain for the sin of unrighteous men.

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