Here is a list of courses and studies available to local churches
- They are usually discussion based instead of lecture based.
- They are fun and engaging.
- They are fully Biblical and theologically robust.
- They are meant to be very applicable to the local church.
- People of all levels of maturity can benefit from them.
- Each course can be modified from 8 to 12 hours of total class time.
1. Basic Bible Study w/emphasis on Ephesians. – The purpose of this course is to help the student learn how to do basic Bible study. The process of observation-interpretation-application is used. The student will practice the method and then it will be used through the entire book of Ephesians. The student will learn a method of study and grow in his/her understanding of Ephesians.
2. Exegetical studies – These courses focus upon the observation, interpretation and application method of Bible study. Through group study the student will fully understand the development of Biblical Theology and appreciate the content of the book for the life and the local church.
- 1 Corinthians
- 2 Corinthians
- Pastoral Epistles
- 1 Peter
- Gospel of Mark
- Gospel of John
3. How to Help People – This course is a practical study for Biblical Counseling. It will enable students to understand the importance of sufficiency of Scripture and how to use the Bible to minister to others.
4. Methods of Teaching Adults – This course shows how to structure lessons in a way that encourages discussion and participation. The student will learn how to teach adults.
5. Acts Class – The course demonstrates how the early church did so much with so little. This is a fun, discussion-based course on the early church. The early churches will be compared and contrasted in open discussion with a view towards determining what changed in the first century church and what remained constant.
6. Understanding How to Interpret. – This course examines 5 different genres in the Bible and gives good guidance on how to interpret them for understanding and application.