The Foundations program is appropriate for all followers of Jesus, and will teach you the Bible’s content and beliefs. We encourage you begin with “Life is a Journey” and continue through all the core classes. The Leadership classes will prepare you for leading small groups or worship.
A life-changing discussion of what forgiveness is, and is not, and how to proceed.
Write out your own statement of faith.
Christian worship emphasizes the inward experience of the heart.
Description of Catholic theology from an evangelical viewpoint
A summary of church history.
Overview of Christian evangelism.
We are created in God's image and God invites us to be co-workers with him.
An introduction to Christian missions.
An introduction to Christian education.
The challenges and solutions when planting churches in urban areas.
The Academy program is university-level classes to give you an intermediate understanding of the Bible and challenge you to know what you believe and how to grow spiritually. The Leadership classes will prepare lay leaders such as elders and deacons.
When church leaders use their power to control the flock.
A practical introduction to spiritual warfare.
A practical approach to healthy relationships.
How to walk with someone who is in depression.
The basics of putting a talk together.
The Institute program is graduate-level classes taught by professors handpicked from 18 major seminaries. These are the core classes would generally attend in your first year at seminary. Okanagan Bible College is our partner to offer undergraduate and graduate credit and theological degrees. The Leadership classes will help prepare your staff for leadership.
The gospel according to Moses, showing us how to live in relationship with God. Deuteronomy celebrates the triumph of grace.
Learn enough Greek to use the study tools better.
Summary lectures over every chapter of Basics of Biblical Greek.
An in-depth look at the charges against the historicity of the gospels, and the evangelical answers
What do the four gospels teach us about Jesus?
Detailed overview of Acts through Revelation.
An introduction to the Gospels and Acts.
An introduction to the epistles and Revelation.
A class on the early years of the church.
The most important theological book in the New Testament.
Paul's most emotional letter, with a summary of Pauline theology.
Paul's last three letters to his close friends Timothy and Titus.
An exegetical study of Hebrews.
It is going to get bad, but remain faithful because God wins.
The philosophy and theology of C.S. Lewis.