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Spring 2021

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HIS 465
Church History
3
Tuesday
01/19/2021
04/13/2021
8:00pm
9:00pm
Online
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Ron Mathis
HIS 465 Church History

HIS465 – Church History covers four major periods: The Ancient Church, The Medieval Church, The Reformation Church, and The Modern Church. The focus of this study is to gain perspective, both comforting and challenging, to many current issues faced today. A study of the history of the church, enables the student to gain an understanding of the primary leaders, movements, and schools of thought throughout the centuries.
BIB 104
New Testament Survey II
3
Tuesday
01/19/2021
04/13/2021
6:30pm
7:30pm
Online
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Ron Mathis
BIB 104 New Testament Survey II

BIB104 New Testament Survey II provides a survey of the New Testament with special emphasis on the life, teachings, and redemptive work of Christ; the founding and growth of the church; and the teachings in the epistles and Revelation. Students will learn to display a greater understanding and depth of the Epistles and Revelation, their background, argument, and flow through a greater understanding and depth of some of the major doctrines of the Christian Church.
BIB 102
Old Testament Survey II
3
Thursday
01/21/2021
04/15/2021
6:00pm
7:00pm
Online
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Bettie Flood
BIB 102 Old Testament Survey II

BIB102 Old Testament Survey II (Job – Malachi) provides an excellent overall survey of the Old Testament from the reign of King David until the closing with the Prophet Malachi. This knowledge is essential in properly understanding the Word of God in a more meaningful way. It shows God's love, mercy, and justice as God continuously woos His people back to Himself.
THE 490
Theology II
3
Thursday
01/21/2021
04/15/2021
7:30pm
8:30pm
Online
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Bettie Flood
THE 490 Theology II

THE490 – Theology II survey is a presentation addressing the contemporary need for confidence in God; the personality and work of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit as Trinity. Theology will provide a basis to understand the love, mercy, and faithfulness of God through the person and mission of Jesus Christ. God’s instrument is the Word of God, and His agents are the church and individual believers called out for specific mission services.

Summer 2021

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ADM 400
Church Administration
3
Tuesday
05/11/2021
06/17/2021
6:00pm
7:00pm
Online
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Dr. Barbara JP Thomas
ADM 400 Church Administration

ADM 400 – Church Administration introductory study will provide the student with many of the principles, procedures, and techniques used in today’s business world as they apply to the local church and its leadership. This course answers theoretical and practical questions by examining the administrative process, including goal setting, organization, delegation, supervision, and leadership training. The course is designed to help students become more effective church leaders in both theory and practice.
MIN 210
Ministry of Discipleship
3
Tuesday
05/11/2021
06/15/2021
6:00pm
7:00pm
Online
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TBA
MIN 210 Ministry of Discipleship

MIN210 – Ministry of Discipleship focuses on fulfilling the Great Commission at a personal level by teaching the student how to establish discipling relationships, nurture young Christians, walk in the Spirit, develop your prayer life, discover your spiritual gifts, live a holy life, attain financial freedom, realize a godly self-image, and maintain physical health. We will address the need for developing a philosophy of ministry that focuses on building followers of Christ among college students.
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