Fall Seminary Class Schedule (August 26 - December 7, 2019)

Please note this schedule is subject to change.

Instructor:  Dr. John Charping

Effective Bible Teaching & Disciple Making equips students to be effective teachers of God’s Word and disciplers of God’s people. Emphasis is given to understanding what it means to be a disciple and to make disciples. Students will learn to assess someone in relation to the discipleship continuum and develop a relevant strategy for leading an individual and a church to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

Instructor:  Dr. Don McNaughton

This course is designed to assist persons in their spiritual and character development, with a view to becoming more strongly prepared on a personal level for Christian living and ministry. Important elements of ministry will be studied, including typical ministry hazards and types of personal failures. Investing in personal formation is a key component of this course.

Instructor:  Dr. Steve Booth

This course is the first in a sequence which orients the student to the study of the Greek New Testament. Greek I introduces the student to the grammar and syntax of biblical Greek. The overall aim is to equip the student to use the Greek New Testament for preaching and teaching responsibilities in ministry.

Instructor: Dr. Mick Stockwell – Lead Trainer of the International Mission Board (IMB) for missionaries who work with European People Groups.

Practical training for entering a new ministry, a new place, planting a church, or international missions.

Learn what to do in various stages of ministry including: Entry-Evangelism-Multiplying Disciples, and Training Leaders.

Learn from the basic training used to reach Post Modern-Post Christians

Instructor:  Dr. Rob Blackaby

This course coheres in the teaching of Jesus about Christian discipleship in the Sermon on the Mount. The Kingdom ethic of Jesus is of paramount interest and focus. The entire course is focused in Kingdom ethics and lifestyle and how this is daily lived in discipleship and evidenced by character. Specific contemporary moral issues are considered in the Kingdom ethic context.

Instructor:  Dr. Kevin Peacock

Study of the book of Amos in the Hebrew Language.

Instructor:  Dr. Kevin Peacock

This course is designed to equip students with the basic principles of grammatical-historical biblical interpretation.

Instructor:  Dr. Dan Morgan

This course surveys the basic perspectives involved in being “on mission with God,” such as biblical foundations (theology), history of missions, cross cultural interactions, and strategies.

Instructor:  Dr. Dan Morgan

This course explores the Biblical rationale as well as the process and resources of church planting. Special emphasis will be given to investigating the characteristic personality profile and giftedness of the church planter.