All classes are held on Thursdays from 6 - 8:30pm at the church.
Cults and World Religions
Students will study and receive an overview of major world cults and their belief systems. Students will also gain a greater understanding of the many world religions including Catholicism, Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism and Judaism.
Mar 14 - May 16
Acts: The Holy Spirit at Work in Believers
A thorough study of the content, purposes, principles, and applications of Acts. The course emphasizes the role of the Holy Spirit in the early church and today.
May 23 - Aug 1
Church Government and Administration
This course will address the roles/responsibilities of Pastor, Music/Worship Leader, Administration, Finance and Law in the life of the church structure. The course will also provide practical helps and skills needed to fulfill the individual's calling to each of these ministries.
Aug 8 - Oct 10
Corinthian Correspondence/Spiritual Gifts
This course is a study of 1 and 2 Corinthians, providing the student with truths for teaching and preaching as well as practical assistance in dealing with the issues facing today's church. Students will learn how Paul instructed the Corinthians to deal with division and difficulty. The operation and working of spiritual gifts in the church will also be addressed in this study.
Oct 17 - Dec 19
An in-depth study of the book of Romans. The doctrines of sin, salvation, and sanctification will be addressed along with instruction on our union with Christ and the indwelling Holy Spirit which leads to spiritual growth.
Jan 2 - Mar 6
This course will cover various issues relevant to Biblical counseling including topics involving faith, life, marriage and family. Role play and counseling scenarios will be used to teach ethical and effective counseling techniques.
Mar 13 - May 15
This study will focus on the New Testament books of Colossians, Philemon, Ephesians and Philippians. A practical study of the principles Paul wrote to the churches during his imprisonment will be applied to both our personal lives and ministries.
May 22 - July 24
This course will provide an overview of the prophetic books of Daniel and Isaiah.
July 31 - Oct 2
Introduction to Homiletics/Relationships and Ethics
A basic study of the principles of Christian preaching. The course emphasizes biblical exposition and deals with practical matters such as the preparation of sermons, the sources of materials, the construction of sermon components, the variety of sermon types and the delivery of sermons. An emphasis will be placed upon relationships and ethics in ministry.
Oct 9 - Dec 18
An in-depth study of the book of Revelation.
Jan 8 - Mar 12