Introduction of Courses
Online Classes Description
Online classes are intensive independent studies. The classes are overseen by an instructor who can be contacted via phone or email. The instructor will provide the student a syllabus for the online class and the student can work at their own pace to complete the online study by the prescribed deadline. All work can be turned in by way of email or mailed to the online instructor. Doctoral classes are also available online.
Course Descriptions: 1st Year
Bible Survey Class
• What The Bible Is All About
A survey of the entire Bible; A basic understanding of Genesis to Revelation and a survey of each book of the Bible.
• Growing Towards Spiritual Maturity
Whether a new or a seasoned believer, this course present spiritual growth principles, which motivates Christians to serve and mature in the Lord.
Course Descriptions: 2nd Year
General Bible I
• 1st Semester – Old Testament: Part I/II
• 2nd Semester – New Testament : Matthew – Revelation
A sweeping overview of God’s working from creation through the early days of His chose people.
• Understanding People
A class that brings unity and chronological sequence to the New Testament study be weaving the contents of the books around a central theme, the person of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Course Descriptions: 3rd Year
General Bible II
• 1st Semester – Biblical Beliefs
Basic, yet inspiring study of the Doctrines of Salvation, Inspiration of the Scriptures, the church, angels and the last things.
• 1st Semester – Triune God
Bible teachings about God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit written in non-technical language.
• 2nd Semester – Christian Ethics
Bible instructions: Presents the authorship of the Bible, how it was preserved, why we believe it and how we can answer its crisis.
• 2nd Semester – Your Ministry of Evangelism
Evangelism is the mandate for church growth today. Evangelism give balance to ministry of Christian workers and makes teaching and leadership effective.
Course Descriptions: 4th and 5th Year
Advanced Biblical Studies – Part I/II
The History of the Church and Its Beginnings Until the Present Times:
Pentecost to Future Church
Post Graduate Class the Book of Revelation and the Book of Daniel
• The Book of Revelation
An in-depth study of the entire Book of Revelation. The revealing of a person, the Lord Jesus Christ as the Messiah of Israel, the Lord and the head of the Church, the judge of all the world. God’s complete and divine purpose for Israel, the world, and the church.
**Advanced Biblical Studies I &II begins the program towards your Bachelor degree.
Essays and Writings
Commentary of Acts
*Study Hall – Mondays 5PM - 9PM
A time to get it all together. Here it is, study time!
Teachers Workshops & Teachers Training Classes
A workshop, in order to teach the teachers and Christians the way of life as opposed to a dead, dry system of theology; to prepare and train others to be followers of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, to be an effective witness for Him. Bringing students to understand God’s gracious and glorious purpose for their lives, as well as those they teach
Dr. Griffin – TH.B, M.R.E, D.D., ETA
All are welcome to this workshop, students, and non-students, teachers and those called to the ministry of teaching.