Missions and Evangelism
• Starting New Churches
• Sharing the Good News
• The Christian Church in Ministry
Practical Ministry Skills
• Preaching and Teaching
• People, Tasks, and Goals
• Helping Christians Grow
• Solving Life's Problems
• The Responsible Christian
• Abundant Living
• Christian Maturity
• Spiritual Gifts
• Prayer and Worship
• Tents, Temples, and Palaces
• Alive in Christ
• Understanding the Bible
• Counselor, Teacher, and Guide
• The Kingdom, The Power, and The Glory
• Cornerstones of Truth
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1. PRAYER AND WORSHIP
Worship includes praise and service to God. Author Morris Williams introduces us to a new
life of prayer and worship. A closer look at the prayer that Jesus taught His disciples shows
that Jesus believed we cannot separate prayer and worship from our living. Prayer is never
finished; it is part of everything we do. In this course, prayer is presented as the preparation
for worship, and worship is defined as constantly living in a way that pleases God and fulfills His purposes.
Most of our knowledge comes to us in two ways: from patterns and from principles. In this course,
author Billie Davis analyzesleadership from both perspectives and looks at examples of several of
God’s chosen leaders. Students are given the opportunityto consider these familiar biographical
studies of the Bible in a new context using the theme of leadership. The most advancedtheories of
leadership and human development are outlined, and the application of these theories in harmony
with Christian faith and practice is explained.
3. PREACHING AND TEACHING
Author Ernest Pettry demonstrates how to communicate God’s message effectively through
preaching and teaching. These two methods of sharing God’s Word are alike in many ways.
Yet during the history of the Christian church, each method has developed some distinctive
characteristics. This course points out the advantages of both methods and helps prepare
the reader to use them in the best manner for evangelizing the unreached and providing for the
spiritual development and maturity of those that are ministered to.
4. STARTING CHURCHES
Ever since the church began on the Day of Pentecost, the followers of Christ have been planting
churches all over the world. Author Larry Pate shows us the value of having the direction of the Holy
Spirit in planning strategy for the founding of new churches. The Bible gives the principles and
purposes that are the guidelines to planting the church in every culture and people group.
5. CHRISTIAN MATURITY
Christian maturity is the aim of every believer and the goal is to reach "the very height of
Christ's full stature" (Ephesians 4:13). In this 192-page course, Rick Howard teaches that
although we cannot become completely like Christ, we are to reach for this highest of goals
that the Bible sets for us, since this will enable us to achieve more than accomplishing a goal
that is too low.
6. CHURCH IN MINISTRY
Perhaps you thought that God’s redemptive plan ended with Christ’s death on the Cross. However,
Jesus passed on to His church the ministry of reaching the world with the message of salvation.
Author Jesse Miranda teaches that the Great Commission given by Christ is the church’s authority
to act for God. The church has not been left to carry on the work alone, however, for Christ sent His
Holy Spirit to be our Helper. The Holy Spirit works in and through us to fulfill the redemptive plan of
God. Ever since the church began on the Day of Pentecost, the followers of Christ have been
planting churches all over the world. Author Larry Pate shows us the value of having the direction of
the Holy Spirit in planning strategy for the founding of new churches. The Bible gives the principles
and purposes that are the guidelines to planting the church in every culture and people group.
7. THE NEW TESTAMENT
Salvation is the crucial subject of this 275-page course by David Duncan, and the definition
is broadened to include everything that was purchased at Calvary. Salvation is shown to
include not only the forgiveness of the sins of the past and deliverance from the power of sin
in the present, but also protection against the depredations that could be brought on by sin in
the future. All of the spiritual needs of man are met by the redemption provided by Christ on the
8. CORNER STONE OF TRUTH
As you have probably discovered, the teachings in the Bible are not presented according to topics.
For example, the book of Genesis does not give us a complete explanation of the Godhead, nor does
any other single book. An important way to study the Bible is to find all the teachings related to a
certain topic. Authors Floyd Woodworth, Jr. and David Duncan will follow this kind of systematic
study to see what the Scriptures teach about the universe and its Ruler, about humankind and the
structure God has chosen for human development. Students will also discover what the Bible has to
say about the future.
9. SOLVING LIFE'S PROBLEMS
When you are having problems, do you know where to find answers? Author Dorothy
Johns helps you turn your problems into victories. There are no clear-cut solutions for
some of the problems that confront us. However, the Bible gives guidelines for finding
solutions to many of life’s problems. It is not God’s will that Christians be defeated.
As you study this course and apply the principles of problem solving, you will discover the
wonderful blessing of allowing your problem-solver, Jesus Christ, to help you.
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