The student is encouraged to examine his/her life and discover the means that God has used and continues to use to develop him/her as a leader. Emphasis is placed on the great importance of the character of leaders and their life-long development.

A continuation of the previous course (Church History 1), from the great mission century to the end of the twentieth century. The worldwide expansion of the Church is stressed.

The student is encouraged to examine his/her life and discover the means that God has used and continues to use to develop him/her as a leader. Emphasis is placed on the great importance of the character of leaders and their life-long development.
The student is encouraged to examine his/her life and discover the means that God has used and continues to use to develop him/her as a leader. Emphasis is placed on the great importance of the character of leaders and their life-long development.

A theological study of the Church with emphasis on the Church as the community of the people of God. The Church is studied in relation to the kingdom of God, its nature, structure, and mission. Foundational principles of ecclesiology are identified and defined in this course.

An introduction to the history of the first fifteen centuries of the Church. Emphasis is placed on the fulfillment of the mission of the Church through two structures, modalities and sodalities. We also deal with two major principles that have affected the renewal and expansion of the Church throughout the centuries.

A continuation of the previous course (Church History 1), from the great mission century to the end of the twentieth century. The worldwide expansion of the Church is stressed.

The student is encouraged to examine his/her life and discover the means that God has used and continues to use to develop him/her as a leader. Emphasis is placed on the great importance of the character of leaders and their life-long development.