Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures – OT100
This course aims to deepen the knowledge as much as the experience of God’s Word. Students in this course will be taken to a journey of the roots of their Christian faith with an overview of books and the structure of the Old Testament. A survey of the literature, history, geography, culture, archeology and theology will be covered during this course. The course also explores themes such as creation, covenant, prophecy, the Messiah, the Act, the wisdom and the election.
Introduction to The Greek Scriptures – NT100
The purpose of this this course is to familiarize students with the contents of twenty-seven New Testament books. In addition to addressing the issues of introduction (author, date, structure, source, goal), the student is introduced to the problems of interpretation, historicity and theology.
Homiletics – HO 101
Public speaking is very important to succeed in ministry today, this course provides the principles of the bottom of homiletics, public speaking and preaching, focuses on developing sermons and its components to effective communication of the message of God’s Word .
Introduction to Hermeneutics – HE 102
This course aims to introduce students to the rules useful and necessary for reading and the correct interpretation of God’s Word, to avoid errors in doctrine. Students will be introduced to the inductive principle method of interpretation.
Pastoral counseling – PC – 200
This course aims at training and education of mature believers, dedicated and willing to help people make the most of their lives, their relationships, grow spiritually and emotionally, and to solve their problems and difficulties inherent in life. It focuses on the development of the skills and attitudes required to complete this task.
Pastoral Theology – PT – 210
Student in the pastoral field or considering will find particular interest in this course. It deals with personal challenges, spiritual, emotional and practical issues related to this vocation in contemporary society, and to list the essential keys to lead the Church today to growth for local and global impact.
Introduction to Counseling – BC – 101
Counseling is the ministry of the church. In this course, students will be introduced to the Nouthetic model of counseling.
5 scrolls – PT – 211
This course provides a study of the first five books of the Old Testament constituting the Pentateuch: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, by the discovery, among others, leading to the creation, the birth of humanity, the history of the patriarchs, the path of God’s people, the commandments of God and the covenant between God and humanity.
Advanced Systematic Theology – STA 402
This is an advanced systematic course. The purpose of this course is to help students develop their own systematic theology.
Introduction to New Testament Theology – NT – 206
The purpose of these courses is to provide students with an opportunity to expose many hidden truth of both Testament. Students will be able to deeply study how the Old Testament predicted the New Testament and to effectively relate how the NT fulfilled the OT. A through study of the history of the past, the principles of the present and preparation of the future will be discussed during the course.
Church History – CH 100
The purpose of this course is to help students become family with story of the church from the first century to modern times. This course discusses the events from the birth of the church, conversion of gentile, persecution and how the gospel spread in the first century.
The Prophetic Ministry in the Church of 21st century – EL 302
The purpose of this course is to equip students with basic understanding of the prophetic ministry within the church today. In this course, students will be able to examine the role of the prophets in OT and in NT.
The Five Fold Ministry – FM 301
The purpose of this course is to equip the students about the church government leadership. Many problems within the body of Christ today is caused because of some misunderstanding of the Five Fold Ministry.
Leadership – I – LD 404
The purpose of this course is to equip students with leadership skills and to grow their ability to influence others using the model of Jesus Christ. Students will develop biblical leadership skills and will be able to apply the skills on their daily journey.
Psychology of Christian Counseling – CC 503
The course provides general information regarding the basic theories concerning historical systems of psychology, counseling, Biblical theories of counseling
Pre – Marital Counseling – CC 507
The keys for success in marriage is preparation, unfortunately today people have more expectation and less preparation when entering marriage. This course presents a step-by-step plan for pre-marital counseling. Issues such as data gathering, policy explanation, salvation and religious issues, decision-making, and the marital covenant are discussed. The foundation of the course is Biblical principles. It also examines communication skills, finances, marriage killers, and children.
Youth Counseling – CC 506
The purpose of this course is to help the student to develop a biblical approach on how to deal with many youth issues. The church needs today men and women who are properly train in the ministry of the youth.
Legal issues in counseling – CC 501
This course deals with many legal issues in counseling. This course will increase the awareness of the student on different areas that can affect their counseling ministry.
Advanced Counseling the Addicted – CC 504
Addictive Behavior This course presents a Biblical view of addictions. The course reviews the types of addictive drugs, and gives insight into how to confront the addict in a loving manner. Emphasis is given to examining the truths of God vs. the lies of Satan, and the course outlines a five session plan for counseling the person who suffers from addictive behavior
Advanced Counseling and Trauma – CC 505
The course examines a Biblical view of why people experience grief and trauma and explores coming to terms with both.
Advanced Writing Project – RP 601
The project must demonstrate a valid and meaningful thesis statement, thorough research, adequate use of Scripture references, and adequate writing skills.