Online January - March

January 2018 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

 

Communication for Growth II CG-1501-OLS
Professor:  Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY JANUARY 6, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose:  The purpose of this course is to present to the student a biblically-based model of pulpit communication; to bring the student to a higher level of understanding concerning the foundational elements of effective New Testament preaching and teaching.

 

Restoring Biblical Purity in the Church RBP-1500
Professor: Audrey Werner, B.S.N.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED SPECIALTY COURSE!
WHO CAN TAKE THIS COURSE?

  • Anyone as just a single course, or as an elective in a certificate or degree program.

  • Current students as an elective in a current program.

  • Graduates as just a single course, or as an elective in a certificate or degree program.

SATURDAY JANUARY 13, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

As a Result of Taking this Course

  • The student will be able to explain the history behind the sexual revolution.

  • The student will have the tools to expound on the rationale behind the legalization of birth control, abortion and sodomy in America.

  • The students will be able to identify the difference between the sex education, abstinence, and the purity movements.

  • The student will be able to research and identify the shift in the Christian churches stance on sex education, population control and sodomy over the last decade.

  • The student will be able to evaluate the impact of universal acceptance of Kinsey’s fraudulent science on the church, marriage, and children.

  • The student will be able to cite examples of how purity can be restored to our homes, church and nation.

 

 

The Book of Genesis  GN-1500-OLS

Professors: Dr. Dennis D. Frey & Dr. C.W. Stubbs

SATURDAY JANUARY 13, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose:  To present and expose students to the study of the book of Genesis as a whole; to enable students to recognize and interpret individual characters; to evaluate biblical teaching about origins and to examine the initial periods in the unfolding of God's covenant of grace; to apply that knowledge in the students' ministry.
 

 

The Death Process: A Theological Perspective DP-1500-OLS
Professor:  Dr. Anthony Taylor

SATURDAY JANUARYY 20, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: The purpose of this course is to establish God’s part in and intended plan for every aspect of life, including the end of life (death) in order to properly counsel those experiencing death (either personally or through a relative or friend).

 

The course is not intended to debate bioethical, philosophical or political issues associated with death, but to establish a foundation for competently doing so from a Biblical Christian world view.  This course will equip ythe student with a better foundation from which to understand and speak to the bioethical, philosophical and political issues from God’s perspective as revealed in His Word.

 
 

Biblical Foundation for Self-Awareness PH-1502-OLS
Professor: Dr. David Tyler

SATURDAY JANUARY 20, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

THE BIBLICAL FOUNDATION FOR SELF-AWARENESS - The purpose of this course is to direct the student to a Biblical foundation for understanding God’s idea for personal self-awareness. To lead the student through a Biblical assessment of the so-called “self-esteem” movement. To compare and analyze the prevailing secular attitude regarding self-esteem over against the Scriptural teachings related to these attitudes. To prepare the student to deal with the issue of self-esteem within a Biblical counseling regime.
 

 

Content & Chronology of
 the Old Testament  OT-1500-OLS
Professors: Drs. Dennis Frey & Ronald Frazier

SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: The purpose of this component is to provide the advanced student with an opportunity to present the Old Testament as a series of pictures which represent a continuous scene from the initial creation of the current heavens and earth to the return of the exiles to the Land of Israel. 

 

February 2018 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

A Biblical Approach to Substance Abuse
Professor: Dr. Kurt Grady

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose:  This course will discuss the secular models of addiction counseling with the biochemical addiction model being explored in some detail. These will be contrasted with the biblical views concerning the heart of man, habituation and rehabituation. The question of whether addiction and substance abuse are sins or sicknesses will be addressed. A process for counseling the addicted person is offered to illustrate the power of God's Word.

 

D.D. COMPONENT #2 - Old Testament
Professors: Drs. Dennis Frey & Ronald Frazier

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: This Component will provide the D.D. student with an opportunity to demonstrate a personal comprehension of the Old Testament as a continuum from the creation of the current heavens and earth through the return of the Exiles to the land of Israel. 

 

Theology of Biblical Counseling
 CT-401-OLS / AT-501-OLS / AT-702-OLS
Professor: Dr. David Tyler

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: The purpose of this course is to present to the more advanced student to the broader scope of topics in the discipline of Systematic Theology and the relevance of these topics to the work of biblical counseling. 

 
 

Developing Pastoral Skills DPS-1500-OLS
Professor: Dr. Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll Right Away! 

Course Purpose:  The purpose of this course to introduce to the pastor specific skills he will need to minister to, and bring freedom to, those members of his congregation who are hurting and dysfunctional. Realizing that individuals, families and churches are in conflict, this course is designed to equip the pastor to be effective in developing emotionally and spiritually healthy individuals, churches and families. 

 

March 2018 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

Systematic Theology II  STH-1520-OLS
Professors: Drs. Dennis Frey & Ronald Frazier

SATURDAY MARCH 10, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Component Purpose: This online course presents the student with an opportunity to demonstrate comprehension and general mastery of the ten (10) primary issues of Systematic Theology that form the basis of doctrine, and how these relate to the Bible as a foundational source. This online course will allow the student to document a mature understanding of the study of Christian doctrine within a coherent framework; will enable the student to identify and describe relevant key doctrinal issues; and also document that knowledge in the context of the student’s current ministry; and finally to allow the student to relate doctrinal truths to a coherent system of thought consistent with the student’s own faith tradition.

 

Content & Chronology of
 the New Testament  NT-1500-OLS
Professors: Drs. Dennis Frey & Ronald Frazier

SATURDAY MARCH 17, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: To present and expose the student to the study of the New Testament as a whole; to enable the student to recognize and interpret individual characters, the purpose and theme of each New Testament book and the relation of the Old Testament to the New Testament; to apply that knowledge in the student’s ministry and to lead the student to examine carefully the various interpretive options in New Testament studies.

 

A UNIQUE TWO-DAY SEMINAR ESPECIALLY DESIGEND
FOR PASTORS AND CHURCH ADMINISTRATORS
 

Church and the Law 101 CL-1500-OLS
Professor:  Dr. Guy Chism, Attorney at Law

FRIDAY MARCH 23, 2018
9:00a-11:30a | 12:30p-3:00p

SATURDAY MARCH 24, 2018
9:00a-11:30a | 12:30p-3:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose:  This seminar course will serve as a survey through the various areas of Federal and State Law that governs the church in formation, licensing, taxation, employment, contractual obligations, liability and negligence, property law, insurance, copyright, trademark and child protection laws. We will also discuss modern issues and the law enforcing those on the church. Modern issues are discussed for applicability and procedural application of the law. This course discusses all issues in light of current law in the United States not Church Law, Scripture or Canonical Law.

 

Course Objective:  At the conclusion of this Seminar the Student will be able to identify and demonstrate a working definition of the major areas of law that regulate the Church and its various ministries and outreaches. The student will be able to identify regulatory issues, tax issues, reporting issues, accounting issues, employment issues and formation issues as well as property and liability issues within his/her church or ministry. Student will be up to date on recent laws regarding clergy and same sex marriage laws.

 

Spiritual Warfare  SW-1500-OLS
Professor: Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY MARCH 31, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll Right Away! 

Course Purpose: The purpose of this course is to assist the student to undertake a deeper and genuinely biblical study of spiritual warfare within the context of the Christian life so that they acquire an understanding regarding the nature of spiritual warfare, and identify and describe strategies for overcoming the enemy, and to develop the student’s ability to summarize the nature of spiritual warfare and evaluate various strategies for overcoming the enemy.

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