Through an end-to-end study of every plant mentioned in the Scriptures, students will consider plant names in the original biblical language (Hebrew, Greek) as well as the uses of those plants in ancient Israel. Further, students will explore present-day connections between biblical symbolism, the Scriptures, and 21st Century life and ministry.
Instructor: Dr. Doug Bailey
Meeting Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2:30-4:00 PM
The goal of inductive Bible study is to equip students with the tools to be life-long students of the Scriptures. The course presents a method for exegesis and Scripture study by considering the context and setting of the passage, the author’s audience and purpose, and the other passages that surround the passage of study. The purpose of the study is to understand what the text would have communicated in the context of the time and culture that produced and used it, while also understanding that contemporary questions are conditioned by our own language, culture, and history.
Instructor: Dr. Tim Harrison
Meeting Times: Thursdays, 6:00-9:00 PM
This course examines Paul’s letter to the Romans, written from Corinth on Paul’s third missionary journey, considered by many to be the chief part of the New Testament and the very purest Gospel, as well as the basic theological frame-work for the whole collection of Paul’s writings.
Instructor: Dr. Jesse Coyne
Meeting Times: Mondays, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
The course examines the Christian practice of prayer through biblical and theological lenses, and introduces students to the theology and practice of knowing God’s will and voice through His Word and a personal relationship with Him. Students will engage in the spiritual discipline of prayer and reflect on their experiences with God through collaborative learning, individual assessment, and class discussion with an emphasis on application outside of the classroom environment.
Instructor: Dr. Kurt Genteman
Meeting Times: Monday, 6:00-9:00 PM (Virtual Only)
Many people live with a core belief that they are not “good enough” in some form or fashion, and thus live out of subtle traps of bondage such as guilt, shame, perfectionism, worry, stress, and fear. They can also be trapped in not-so-subtle coping mechanisms such as pornography, substance abuse, and other addictive behaviors. Through the basic Ultimate Journey course experience, students will understand how individual’s self-willed efforts to change provide only temporary results. Students will learn a how to help self and others transform how they see and think about themselves. They will also learn effective tools for eliminating behaviors that keep people in bondage so that they are equipped to journey into greater freedom and joy than anyone imagined possible.
Instructor: Dee Pesaresi
Meeting Times: Tuesday, 9:00AM-12:00PM
Given that leadership by biblical definition requires the ability to exercise positive influence on other people for the purpose of glorifying God, students in this course will examine and develop the ability to create successful interpersonal relationships. Through case studies, students will consider ethical ways to cast vision and inspire others to join with the leader in achieving a shared goal. Students will also consider what it means to effective ways to lead others to a saving relationship with Christ.
Instructor: Dr. Marcia Wilbur
Meeting Times: Wednesday, 9:00AM-12:00PM
The English Composition course prepares students for the rigors of college writing with an emphasis on correct writing mechanics, writing for effective communication, writing styles appropriate to the intended audience, and proper citations. Students are required to complete a research paper on a Christian topic of personal interest at the culmination of this course.
Instructor: Amy Alred
Meeting Times: Tuesday, 6:00-9:00 PM
This course examines multiple perspectives on missiology and the changing globe with special attention to students’ own area(s) of particular interest. Students will examine specific strategies and issues in missions with a special interest on urban settings, cross-cultural settings, and reaching the 10/40 window.
Instructor: Dr. Jesse Coyne
Meeting Times: Thursday, 6:30-9:30 PM
This class is designed to help students acquire mastery of foundational theory and core skills that will enable them to become proficient in songwriting. Through study of texts on professional songwriting, hands on practice, individual writing assignments, group co-writing, and regular feedback from professional songwriters, students will become well versed with tools and strategies that will enable them to write new songs for the church. Additionally, there will be discussion about song types, including personal vs. corporate worship songs, and how music plays a role in worship and personal devotion. Students can expect to leave the class having written 3 songs they can use for ministry.
Instructor: Mr. Will Richardson
Meeting Times: (Saturdays, 8:30 AM to 5:00PM)
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