The purpose of this subject is to get a better understanding of New Testament church government, the local church and spiritual leadership offices. This course will cover what the Bible does and does not say about church government and it will define the offices of Pastor, Elder, Bishop, and Deacon. Emphasis will also be placed on the importance of the local church to God’s plan in the earth as well as to the individual believer.
This subject is designed to provide students with an overview of how to effectively minister to children. It will also examine the ways to design and furnish a classroom to meet the needs of each age group. A survey of necessary policies and procedures concerning health and safety standards will also be explored. Students will become aware of how to work with each age group of children, know how to organise a volunteer base for classrooms, and know how to assist students in developing proper health and safety practices for nursery and preschool children. They will also learn how to prepare for large events, as well as outreach events.
In this subject the Bible will be used to establish and define essential and foundational doctrinal truths. During this course the student will obtain a "working knowledge" of the major doctrines of the Bible. In order to accomplish this, we will examine each doctrine separately, define it, examine it from the Holy Scriptures, and then discuss the practical application of that truth in our lives. Special emphasis will be given to the foundational doctrines of the Christian Faith.
This subject is a biblical and balanced study on the subject of the Grace of God and it’s importance, particularly as it pertains to members of the Body of Christ. Aspects covered are saving grace, sanctifying grace, strengthening grace, sharing grace, and serving grace. Students will not only learn what grace provides, but also what grace produces. Grace in relation to the Old Testament and the New Testament will also be studied.
In this subject students will also learn in theory and practice how to plan and prepare a church meeting or church activity. They will learn the fundamental questions for preparation, and the practical aspects involved in planning a larger meeting or activity.
The purpose of this subject is to acquaint the student with the “art and science of preaching,“ known as “homiletics.“ It is to help the minister organise himself, his materials and his God-given abilities in order that the message of the Gospel will be most effective.
Upon completion of this class the student will know how to put a sermon outline together, and they will know how to deliver the message through both verbal and non-verbal communication.
The purpose of this subject is to establish how essential scriptural praise and worship are to a vital relationship with God. A fruitful Christian life is the product of that kind of relationship. Each student will be more aware of how to worship in spirit and truth and also how to lead others into worship.
This subject is designed to provide an overview of the subject of Missions and give an understanding of the importance of Missions in the world today. By the completion of this course the student should be better acquainted with the importance of cultural identification.
This subject is a study in the spiritual authority that has been given to the believer through the redemptive work of Jesus Christ. Through His death, resurrection and ascension, Jesus defeated Satan and gave believers access to all the power of God through His name.