This course focuses on the development of a systematic approach to the interpretation of Scripture.
This course will involve an introductory survey of the books of the Old Testament as part of a narrative theological investigation of this “first testament” for the Christian.
This course provides an introductory survey to the New Testament and its social and canonical settings.
This course focuses on helping students develop an incarnational and prayerful approach to making disciples where they journey with people as Jesus’ representatives and spokespeople.
This course examines multiple theories and practices of solid teaching, learning, and early childhood education.
Throughout the course, participants will explore specific theological and practical frameworks to evaluate their own spiritual health and ministry leadership.
In this course, students will explore six key dimensions of leadership: a growing relationship with God, character, calling, community, team and context-appropriate competencies.
A study of principles and dynamics related to the power relationships and the need for change that exists in all organizations.
Students will grow in their understanding of equipping, mentoring, and team-building ministry, and develop skills in these areas, with the aim of leaving a strong leadership legacy characterized by the formation of cohesive teams.
This course provides Christian leaders with a biblical perspective on planning within ministry organizations.