Ministry and Theology

Holy Spirit
“The Holy Spirit” is a course that will explore the most mysterious person of the Trinity. We will discover Him and His ministry from Genesis to Revelation. We live in the age of the Holy Spirit making it imperative that we live in an awareness of Him and His incredible life and power. 
Minister in Training
This course is a practical application course. The student will assist with a minister at their home church, if possible, or another minister assigned by the College, in doing visitation to nursing homes, hospitals, homes and other areas of day-to-day ministry. A variety of areas of ministry and the local church will be covered over each of the four years this course is taught.
End Times

This course will feature the rapture, the second coming of Christ, the tribulation period, the anti-Christ, Israel and many other exciting end time teachings. The Book of Revelation and Daniel reveal many last day doctrines. This course will give us a practical understanding of how these events will take place, and affect our lives and the world in which we live.



This course examines the detailed instructions God gave to Moses to build the first Tabernacle. Each item in the tabernacle holds importance for the children of Israel then and believers today. We will also look at the Tabernacle of David in its relationship to the New Covenant and to each believer. The study will include an in-depth look at praise and worship.


New Testament Theology
This course studies the basic doctrines laid out in the New Testament. From Matthew to Revelation, foundational teachings of Christ and the apostles will be examined.
Finance, Church Business, and the Ministry of Helps

This course gives an overview of the practical aspects of ministry. General guidelines, suggested structures and various aspects of helps will be outlined. Information will be given to properly comply with laws and regulations regarding church business and finance.

Christian Counseling

This course will cover the basics of Christian counseling, utilizing scriptural direction in areas such as crisis counseling, marriage counseling and family counseling.


Faith, Healing, and Miracles
This course will answer such questions as “Is healing for all?” and “Why do some believers fail to receive their healing?” We will also cover such topics as the origin of sickness, the gifts of faith, healing, miracles and much more.
Prayer, Praise, and Worship

This course covers our God-given responsibility and privilege as Christians to maintain a life of prayer. The connection between our prayer life and praise and worship will be studied throughout the books of the Bible. We will study the scriptures that deal with aspects and truths pertaining to a Spirit-filled life of prayer, praise and worship.



The course examines the types and shadows of the feasts in relation to the New Covenant. Each feast contains signs of Jesus’ life on earth and His eternal reign.


This course will instruct the student on steps to preparing sermons and outlines. Practical objectives will help present the gospel clearly, while leaving room for the direction of the Holy Spirit in a sermon presentation.
The Life of the Apostle Paul
We will study the life letters and legacy of the Apostle Paul. The Apostle Paul is undoubtedly one of the most important figures in the history of Christianity besides Jesus. He authored 13 of the 27 books of the New Testament and he’s the hero of another, Acts of the Apostles. His impact on Christianity was paramount even though he never sat under the ministry of Jesus while he was on earth.  Paul was the first great Christian theologian, establishing some of the building blocks of the faith that we now take for granted. Men like Augustine Luther and Wesley -were impacted from his letters that led to their salvations and changed the world.  We will study why this man and his teachings are important today.