Attend Bible College, complete the required courses, receive your ministerial license and ordination papers, and then you are a minister, right? Wrong! God’s ways are not man’s ways. This course will help you understand the difference between man’s and God's qualifications for ministers. By the end of this course you will either be determined to prepare your heart or stay as far away from ministry as possible.
Someone once said, “If it weren’t for people, the ministry would be great.” However, the ministry is all about people, so it’s critically important to learn how to develop relationships and develop them with the right people. When conflict does arise—and it will—it’s also crucial to know how to resolve that conflict according to the Word of God. God’s solution works, but you have to know it to put it into practice.
This is an overview of the New Testament that notes its place in God’s revelation to man. In this class, students will study the author, historical setting, purpose, and theme of each book; special attention is given to some of the key passages.
A study of the spiritual laws that govern creation and how we can cooperate with those laws in order to enjoy victorious Christian living.
This course has been designed so that anyone, at anytime, anywhere can reach an unbeliever, disciple new believers, or grow with others in the Lord.
A study of the early church and the keys to its power. Emphasis will be placed on the message of the early church, the purpose of the Holy Spirit, the power of the Name, the importance of the Word, the power of prayer, and the mission and growth of the church.
A course designed to answer the most prevalent questions that many Christians have concerning the Bible and the ways of God in the world. Questions to be answered will include those dealing with suffering and tragedies, the Trinity, Job, Paul’s thorn, Ananias and Sapphira, Sabbath keeping and many others.
Keys of effective leadership that enabled Nehemiah to motivate God’s people to accomplish an amazing task in record time.
This study is based on the seven letters to churches in Asia Minor which are found in chapters two and three of the book of Revelation. Each letter ends with the directive, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches.” This course explores the topics addressed in each of the letters and applies them to our lives in present-day life.
Since day one in the garden it has always been God’s intention and purpose that every man, woman and child, find and Live a life that is comfortable, gracious, and pleasant! Living our dreams both in lives and ministry does not only come with the gifting God has given you, or the opportunities you have. But by the process of habitually practising, exercising and preparing you’re gifting! There is nothing more beautiful for God our Father, than to see you and me find and live as it were (in the sweet spot) of our lives and ministry