Reformed Confessions

This course will look at the history and use of the Reformed Confessions in the Reformed Tradition. This will entail a look at the historical development of the Reformed Confessions, their unique distinctives, their authority in the life of the church and their...

SoulShaping®

It’s just plain wrong to not experience the life-changing power of faith. Jesus did not die so we would stay the same. But life is hard on the soul. Ministry is hard on the soul. Leadership is hard on the soul. Unless we are equipped with understanding and practical...

Greek I

This course forms the first half of an introduction to the language of biblical Greek. When combined with the Greek II course, students will have the foundation to begin reading biblical texts, the aim of our Greek III course. In Greek I, students will learn the...

Galatians

This course is designed to help you understand that Galatians makes the point that God’s plan is to have a family of people without distinction who trust in Jesus Christ alone. Our study of Galatians brings before the student key theological themes: Gospel,...

Evangelism in the Local Church

The course provides a comprehensive and practical introduction to the theology and practice of evangelism, particularly in and through the local church. It is designed to prepare pastors and church leaders in fostering the evangelistic outreach of individuals and of...