Jan
19
to May 11

Christianity & Culture - 3 credits

This course will help to prepare students for redemptive living in a culturally and ethnically diverse world. They will gain understanding of their own culture and other cultures from a Biblical perspective.

Taught by Dan Radke: Fridays, January 19th – May 11th from 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM.

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Mar
5
to Apr 30

Exposition of Hebrews - 3 credits

Content and methods study giving particular attention to both the superiority and priesthood of Jesus. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between Old Testament and New Testament concepts as they are revealed in this epistle. Stress is given to the practical application of this book to the demands of daily life

Taught by Harvey Martin in block format: Mondays, March 5th – April 30th from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM (8 weeks)

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Sep
3
to Dec 21

ENG 110 Writing & Research

This course covers basic writing and research skills needed for college level work.  Students will learn the fundamentals of effective writing.  The skills learned in this class will aid students in every other class requiring written papers and research.  Students will also gain life skills learning how to research information.  3 Credits

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Sep
3
to Dec 21

BIB 120 Survey of OT Literature

This course provides an overview of every book of the Old Testament and gives attention to special issues such as Creation, the covenants, and the prophecies that lead to Christ’s first and second comings.  The student is taught how to apply the practical principles of the Old Testament to Ministry and practical Christian living.     3 Credits

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Sep
3
to Dec 21

HUM 110 Principles of Worship part 1

This course will look at worship from a broad aspect, examining the various expressions of worship, both individually and corporately, as well as leading a corporate worship service..  Students will be challenged to examine their understanding of worship and their personal expressions of worship.  These classes are taught in two parts as students will visit various churches of different denominations to compare and contrast corporate worship services.  HUM 110 is a prerequisite for HUM 210.  1 Credit

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Sep
3
to Dec 21

BIB 210 Biblical Exposition

This course will allow the student to learn and apply the principles of inductive study.  Through step-by-step analysis of the book of Mark, the student will learn the procedures for analyzing paragraphs, discerning meaning, discovering author’s purposes, and relating paragraph to paragraph and chapter to chapter. This inductive study process can be applied to every book of the Bible and even to secular literature.   4 Credits

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Sep
3
to Dec 21

PHL 110 Philosophy

This class will focus on foundational ideas, attitudes, worldviews and objectives for Christian life and ministry. Special emphasis will be placed on developing a personal Biblical world view, and on making ministry a lifestyle.   3 Credits

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Sep
3
to Dec 21

SOC 110 Foundations for Life

This course is designed to provide information that is foundational to college academic success and personal, social, and spiritual growth.  Topics are focused in four areas:  college-level academic skills, life management skills, relationship issues, and personal spiritual development.   3 Credits

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