An introduction to the skills required for the healthy functioning of the church. Emphasis is placed on teamwork, the services and ceremonies of the church, how to prepare and maintain financial information and other important documents of the church, ministerial ethics, and many other practical topics.
An introduction to the Prophets of the Old Testament. Relevant hermeneutical principles are applied to prophetic literature. Leadership principles are drawn from these books. The content of each book is over viewed.
An introduction to the skills required for the healthy functioning of the church. Emphasis is placed on teamwork, the services and ceremonies of the church, how to prepare and maintain financial information and other important documents of the church, ministerial ethics, and many other practical topics.
An introduction to the Prophets of the Old Testament. Relevant hermeneutical principles are applied to prophetic literature. Leadership principles are drawn from these books. The content of each book is over viewed.
An inductive study of Daniel and Revelation. The course begins with a study of the hermeneutical methods of interpretation of apocalyptic literature followed by an inductive study of these two important books. Discipleship and leadership lessons found in Daniel and Revelation are discussed.
This course is a study of the theology of last things. It presents the various hermeneutical systems that have been used throughout the history of the church. Emphasis is placed on the relation of eschatology to the Great Commission. Both the personal and corporate aspects of eschatology are studied.