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.
The Old Testament is a single story told three times; see how it all ties together.
Overview of the New Testament, its themes, and structure.
This class will introduce you to the basics questions of how to study your Bible.
A three-part class on Biblical Theology
An overview of what Christians believe, presented in clear, easy-to-understand terms.
How to grow spiritually when you feel stuck.
In this class we will be exploring the Biblical basis for leadership in the church.
The Apostle Peter in 1Peter 5:1-5, gives an urgent call to elders to shepherd the people of God.
Developing a leadership culture in your church is difficult, but necessary if you want your church to be healthy and thrive.
Exploring what it means to be a Christ-centered leader and to lead a Christ-centered church.
Discover how to initiate and manage change.
The Twelve indictors that your church board is healthy
Biblical overview of church leadership and governance.
Spiritual formation developed in community is essential to producing the character which results in lasting integrity in a leader.
How to avoid pitfalls in ministry.
What should everyone, especially church leaders, in America know about the law and liability. Taught by members of the Alliance Defense Fund.
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.
A new look at why Christians believe the Bible.
The pursuit of joy in life and ministry.
The grace from God that enables faithfulness.
Satan uses pleasure and pain to to prevent, weaken, and destroy believers.
The role of prayer, meditation and fasting in the life of the believer.
The theology of Luther, Calvin, and other Reformers.
The famous five points of Calvinism that separates it from Roman Catholicism.
The basics of putting a talk together.