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Freshman Bible

Foundations of Faith

The Foundations of Faith Course gives the learners the “basics” to Christianity. Topics that will be discussed throughout the course can range from: the books of the Bible and how to read my Bible to the attributes of God and the Trinity. This course is created to lay the foundational concrete of the Christian faith to the learners. The goal is to disciple new believers and refresh what it means to follow Jesus.

Sophomore Bible

Church History

This course is a study of key events in the history of the church. We begin with an overview of the start of the Acts church and journey through key events such as The Great Schism, the Reformation, the Crusades, and how denominations were formed. The course will conclude with an examination of what the church is globally doing today to reach the world for Christ. In addition, learners will examine how their own personal gifts can contribute to ministering to others.

Junior Bible

New Testament Survey

This course is a synthetic study of the New Testament, meaning the learners will receive an overview of the Life of Christ and the impact that he made on the first century apostles. Learners will study briefly the life of Christ, His death and resurrection, the coming of the Holy Spirit, and how the Holy Spirit guided the additional New Testament writers. There is deep application themes that run throughout the course that will challenge the learners to grow in their walk with Christ.

Senior Bible

Jesus and the Gospels

The Senior course will narrow its focus on the narrative of Jesus ministry here on earth. The course will examine the lives of the first hand eye witness accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Learners will examine how their books were constructed and how they are similar and different from one another. In addition, learners will begin to develop their theology on who God is through the life of Christ.