An introduction to the principles of sermon preparation and presentation. Students practice their skills in their churches and learn to use good homiletic principles in the construction of three types of sermons: topical, textual and expository.

An inductive study of the historical books of the Old Testament. Leadership lessons found in this portion of Scripture are stressed.

An introduction to the principles of sermon preparation and presentation. Students practice their skills in their churches and learn to use good homiletic principles in the construction of three types of sermons: topical, textual and expository.

An inductive study of the historical books of the Old Testament. Leadership lessons found in this portion of Scripture are stressed.

The study of the first five books of the Old Testament, with special emphasis on the first eleven chapters of Genesis. This course includes a thematic study of the Law of Moses, the Tabernacle in the desert, and the feasts prescribed in the Law in relation to the New Testament.


This course begins with a study of theology from an apologetic perspective, and deals with the Fatherhood of God and His Word, with an introduction to hermeneutical principles related to this topic. The second part of the course deals with Pneumatology, i.e., the study of the Person and work of the Holy Spirit. Included in this section is an introduction to the Pentecostal / Charismatic movement.