Available courses

This is an 8-week course. It will explore the inspiration, canonization, transmission and translation of sacred scripture. Classes will be held for eight weeks on Sunday evenings beginning April 16th from 4:30pm to 6:00pm. Students can attend in person of online. 

This 8-week course (from April 7 to June 2, 2024) will aid the student in building a solid foundation for proper Bible study. It will cover methods for observing and investigating a text of scripture, applying appropriate hermeneutical and exegetical principles, and arriving at a correct understanding and application of the text.

This course will survey the key figures, themes, and theology of the Old Testament. Students will be introduced to pattern, progression, and unity of the Old Testament text and see how they find their ultimate fulfillment in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Class goals will include (1) Learning the categories and chronology of the Old Testament Canon, (2) Summarizing the purpose and theology of individual Old Testament books, (3) Recognizing the historic contribution of key Old Testament figures, and (4) Examining typological and prophetic passages regarding Jesus Christ. 

This course will introduce the student to the various aspects of church life and ministry including leadership, membership, finances, missions, etc. Each student will be encouraged to discover the place in Christ’s church where He has uniquely gifted them to serve. 

This survey will examine the importance of defining theological categories. Students will learn to define and defend theological truth from the Bible. It will be also explore the historical development of theological systems and confessions.

This course will investigate the subject of ethics based on a Christian worldview. It will expose students to a litany of ethical dilemmas and cover methods for determining the biblical answer to solving those dilemmas. 


    • To encourage students toward a more consistent Christian worldview.
    • To investigate the relationship between Christians and Biblical Law.
    • To learn methods for discovering the Bible’s teaching regarding ethical dilemmas.