An introduction to the great doctrines of the Bible including: the Godhead, the person and nature of Jesus Christ, divine healing, water baptism, salvation, eternal judgment, and more.
This course reviews how we got the Bible, its unique status in world literature, its structure, names, divisions, figures of speech, central focus on Jesus Christ, how to study the Bible, the major differences between Bible translations & more.
This course is a systematic study of the Godhead. Subjects include: The Mighty God in Christ Jesus, The Right Hand of God, The Origins of the Trinity Doctrine, "Co-Equality", The Name of God, The Sonship of Jesus Christ, The Mystery of Deity, Answers to Questions About the Godhead, and much more.
This course provides a foundation for successful Christian living. Topics covered include prayer, fasting, the Word, the Christian family, stewardship, spiritual warfare, and more.
This course establishes the need for, and many benefits of, home bible study evangelism. Students will learn how to effectively teach home Bible Studies.
This course surveys the major events, people, and doctrines of the New Testament, by examining each book’s authorship, audience, setting, themes, and relationship to other books of the Bible.
A detailed study of the four Gospels including the birth of Christ, period of inauguration, early and later Galilean ministry, Jesus’ Judean ministry, the Passion Week, and the Resurrection.
An in-depth study of the book of Acts. Topics include: birth of the early church, Paul’s conversion, the ministries of Paul, Philip, Peter, and Paul’s missionary journeys.
This course surveys the major events, people, and writings of the Old Testament, by examining each book’s authorship, genre, setting, themes, and relationship to other books of the Bible.
This course is a study of the book of Genesis with emphasis on Genesis as the seed bed of all major biblical doctrines. Topics covered include, the creation, the fall of humanity, the early history of man and the Jewish people, God's covenants with man, and much more.
This course reviews the nature and attributes of God, sin, Satan, the fall of man, the atonement, resurrection of Christ, names and titles of God, salvation, faith, repentance, justification, and much more.
This course surveys the 13 New Testament epistles (letters) attributed to the Apostle Paul, plus the Book of Hebrews. These epistles are some of the earliest Christian documents. As such, they provide valuable insights into the beliefs, doctrines, and controversies of early Christianity.
This course surveys the 7 epistles not written by Paul, They are named by their authors: James, 1st & 2nd Peter, 1st, 2nd, & 3rd John, and Jude.
A brief review of the Pentecostal experience in modern Church history (from 1,900 AD to the present).
This course explores the process of becoming a true disciple of our Lord Jesus Christ. Subjects include: The 6 Steps to Prayer, Our Adversaries, Sanctification, Contentment, Manifold Grace, the Role of the Pastor & 5-Fold ministry, Giving, Tithing & Faithfulness to Church, Conduct & Communication for the Christian, The Apostolic Church Service, Being a Soul Winner, Serving, Conduct, Character, & Attitude, and much more.
This course is a systematic study of the doctrine of salvation from an Apostolic Pentecostal perspective.
This course is a systematic study of mankind from an Apostolic Pentecostal perspective.
This course is a systematic study of the person and work of Christ from an Apostolic Pentecostal perspective.
This course is a systematic study of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit from an Apostolic Pentecostal perspective.
This course is a systematic study of the Church of Jesus Christ from an Apostolic Pentecostal perspective.
This course is an in-depth study of the doctrine of God in Oneness Pentecostal theology.
This course reviews the 2nd Book of Moses, which records the Israelites' deliverance from slavery in Egypt, the giving of the Law at Mt. Sinai, the Tabernacle in the Wilderness, and much more.
This course is a systematic study of the feast days and offerings outlined in the Book of Leviticus.
This course emphasizes the biblical commandment for every Christian to communicate the gospel by personal witnessing. Various types and methods of evangelism are explored.
A review of history from 33 AD (the day of Pentecost) to the present from an apostolic perspective with evidence that the apostolic doctrine has persisted through progressive world changes.
Introduces the student to the theological doctrines of last things: death, immortality, resurrection, judgment, and the end of the world. The course also looks at the Tribulation, Armageddon, the Second Advent of Christ, the Millennium, the New Jerusalem, and the eternal state.
A course that covers a study of leadership responsibilities and qualities. This course will cover the leaders motives, attitudes, character, qualities and skills necessary to be successful in the ministry.
This course is designed to prepare students for Christian service within the church and in their local communities. Topics covered include the minister’s qualifications, calling, family relationships, personal life, and much more.
A thorough study of the preparation and delivery of sermons. Basic principles of persuasive speaking are integrated with considerations unique to inspired expository preaching.
The student will learn to defend Apostolic doctrine against false religions and teachings, such as: predestination, Jehovah witness, Mormonism, unconditional eternal security, Seventh Day Adventism, evolution, Eastern religions and others.