1. To discover the secrets of the teaching - to see exciting life changes in your students.
2. To learn different types of teaching methods and techniques.
3. TO learn how the audience dictates the appropriate teaching techniques to be used.
4. To learn how to develop effective lesson plans.
1. To develop a scriptural understanding of submission
2. To establish that God ordained the structure of authority in the home, local church, and the universal Church
3. To help each person to find his or her place in the Body of Christ and to know how
to both submit to and to exercise authority in their respective areas.
1. To provide a theological-ethical framework for the moral responsibilities of those in pastoral ministry.
2. To study the foundational values of character, vision and virtues of the minister.
3. To explore the moral obligations and professional duties of a minister.
4. To assess the use of the power in pastoral relationships.
5. To show the need for professional accountability among ministers.
6. To expose common ethical problems faced by ministers and provide preventive strategies.
• Practical Pastoral Ministry I
• Practical Pastoral Ministry II
1. To show that Christ’s salvation is administered once and for all — to all people.
2. To understand justification through faith, not works.
3. To grasp the workings of the cycle of sin and death, how it affects believers at all levels of faith, and how to escape from its influence.
4. To understand personal consecration to God in view of His mercies.
5. To understand both the liberty we have through grace and the responsibility we have toward weak believers.
1. To explore the divinity of Christ as presented by John, the beloved disciple.
2. To study how faith in Jesus brings eternal life.
3. To further understand the love of God as revealed in the life and ministry of Jesus.
4. To challenge the student to walk in unity – with God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as well as with other Christians.
1. To understand the principles of Scriptural counseling
2. To learn to minister healing to the broken-hearted
3. To be equipped to help counselees formulate a more accurate concept of God based on Scripture
4. To help counselees begin to build their self-worth on the forgiveness and unconditional love of Jesus Christ.
1. To inspire believers to be witnesses of Jesus Christ
2. To equip students to share the gospel one-on-one with those in their circle of influence
3. To help each student develop their personal testimony into an effective witnessing tool
4. To promote witnessing as a lifestyle