To build a firm foundation in the fundamental principles of faith, with an emphasis on Scriptural ways to develop ever-increasing faith in God.
1. To understand the authority of the believer, what it is, and how to apply it.
2. To understand the relationship
between having authority and being under authority.
3. To explore the different areas where a believer can exert authority.
4. To begin to walk in that authority in one’s daily life.
1. To equip students with the unseen ideals and the non-negotiable traits that guide people of Christ-like character, including humility, faithfulness, forgiveness, Courage, integrity, loyalty, diligence, gratitude, compassion, and patience
2. Students will learn how to tap into the power to always do the right thing.
3. Students will learn to stay in a place with God where the anointing on their lives Can flow and bring the unseen riches of the Kingdom of God to those around them.
1. To understand that physical healing has been provided for us in the redemptive work of Christ.
2. To discover God's will in respect to healing “all.”
3. To look at God's methods of healing.
4. To discover and overcome hindrances to healing.
1. To understand the supernatural gift of Helps
2. To learn the diversity of gifts involved in the Helps ministry
3. To study the spiritual attributes of a servant of God
4. To study the impartation that comes to a Helps minister
5. To help each believer find their own unique place of service
6. To learn how to avoid burn-out in the Helps ministry
1. Explore aspects of Christ’s divinity that will help you defend the very foundation of Christianity.
2. Discover the significant events that prepared the world system for the miraculous birth of our Savior.
3. Merge eye-witness accounts from all four Gospel writers for ever-increasing faith in the One who changed everything...forever!
4. Part I covers Jesus’ birth, His boyhood, and His Judean Ministry.
1. To continue to examine the life and teachings of Jesus Christ – the pivotal Person of all human history.
2. Part II covers His Galilean ministry, His Perean Ministry, His final days in Jerusalem, His resurrection, and His ascension.
To survey the 27 books of the New Testament, studying the general theme and teaching of each book, its writer and the people it addressed.
1. To discuss what the Bible says about money, provision, abundance, poverty, prosperity, giving, receiving, wealth, tithes, gifts, contentment, stewardship, seed time, harvest, favor, and God’s will for your life.
2. To firmly establish the minister in the true Word of God concerning finances in God’s Kingdom; that they in turn may live in provision and abundance (to God’s glory), and be able to lead others to the same place of liberty and victory.