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Leadership 1: Loving God & People
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    Leadership 1—Loving God & People (MIN2042): Welcome to growing into the leader God has planned for you to be. We have filled this course with graphics, life stories, relevant questions, and learning activities to practice as you develop the character and skills you need to lead. This course contains 32 lessons, which are presented in two parts. In Unit 1, we focus on the leader’s character and heart, exploring the characteristics of love Paul exalts in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7. Above all else, a...

    Paul’s Eschatological & Pastoral Epistles Bible Study, Pastoral Epistles, Epistles, Discipleship
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      Course Description (BIB3012): The Eschatological and Pastoral Epistles. A thorough study of five of Paul’s letters, from 1 Thessalonians through Titus. Examining each of the five letters includes an analysis of the biblical author, date, readers, historical and cultural setting, purpose, themes, special features, and outlines. Also, studying each epistle involves the exegesis and analysis of each paragraph in its literary context, with an emphasis on the two main hermeneutical questions: What...

      Prison Epistles: Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians & Philemon
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        Course Description (BIB2052): A thorough study of Paul’s four Prison Epistles—Ephesians, Colossians, Philippians & Philemon. Examining each of these letters includes an analysis of the biblical author, date, readers, historical setting, purpose, themes, special features, and outlines. Also, studying each epistle involves the exegesis and analysis of each paragraph, with an emphasis on the two hermeneutical questions: What did the text mean to the first readers? How does it apply to us?...

        Gospel of John—The Word Became Flesh
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          Course Description (BIB1052): A thorough study of John’s Gospel, blending pastoral and scholarly concerns. The introduction analyzes such matters as authorship, date, structure, and purpose. Attention is given to the legal language in John, and his methodology of writing for a verdict. The study continues with an exegetical and homiletical journey through each paragraph of the Fourth Gospel. Abundant endnotes reflect interaction with commentaries by Godet, Morris, Bruce, Carson, Keener, and...

          Hermeneutics 2 — Interpreting Genres of Scripture
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            Course Description (THE2032): In Hermeneutics 1, students discovered general principles for interpreting Scripture, and practiced using them. In Hermeneutics 2, we build on the previous course, and emphasize specific principles for nine genres of the Bible, including Old Testament historical narrative, Law, poetic books, wisdom books, and the Prophets; and New Testament Gospels, Acts, Epistles, and apocalyptic writings. About half of the course provides exercises for the student to practice...

            Cross-Cultural Communications: Missions 2 Communications, Cross-Cultural, Bible School, Self study, Dr. Judy Graner, Faith & Action, Dr. Quentin McGhee
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              Course Description (MIN3033): Welcome to an adventure in culture. We have filled this course with graphics, life stories, and practical exercises to make it as real and helpful as possible. It explores the missionary’s purpose, character, and challenges of understanding layers of culture and worldviews of various people groups. From the inside out we will practice thinking from the positions of those who are mostly relational, or intellectual, or spiritual. We will examine the cycle of...

              Survey of the Old Testament
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                Course Description (BIB1043): This introduction and overview of the 39 books of the Old Testament explores the importance, structure, and canon of the Old Testament. The study examines book by book: the author, readers, date, literary style, context, outline, theme, purpose, key passages, and principles for today. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: Make your classroom or group study come alive with these 13 Slide Presentations -- One for each chapter in the book. Includes...

                Survey of the New Testament
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                  Course Description (BIB1013): This introduction and overview of 27 books explores the canon, historical background, and geography of the New Testament. The study examines book by book: the author, readers, date, literary style, context, outline, theme, purpose, and key passages. It emphasizes principles for living, and Jesus Christ and His Church as unifying themes. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15 eVisuals: Make your classroom or group study come alive with these 13 Slide...

                  The Life & Teachings of Christ
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                    Course Description (BIB1033): This course explores Matthew, Mark, and Luke—the Synoptic Gospels. It covers the background, purposes, and geography of the Gospels. Throughout this verse by verse approach we emphasize the context of Christ's teachings and miracles. The content is arranged by a principle-centered method, which enables students to apply, preach, and teach these great timeless, cross-cultural truths. Our study on the life of Christ is chronological. We begin with the events of His...

                    Acts of the Holy Spirit
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                      Course description (BIB1063): This is a thorough study of the content, purposes, principles, and applications of Acts. We emphasize the role of the Holy Spirit then and now. Attention is given to the geographical, numerical, cultural, and theological growth of the Church from Jerusalem to Rome. We examine the journeys of Paul as the background of his epistles. Student Manual: $29.95 Teacher's Guide: $15.00 eVisuals: Make your classroom or group study come alive with these 13 Slide...

                      Romans & Galatians—The Gospel According to Paul
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                        Course Description (BIB2013): A thorough study of Romans and parallel passages in Galatians. The course begins with an analysis of Romans and Galatians: the cities, author, dates, readers, purposes, themes, special features, and outlines. The study continues with an exposition of each paragraph and section of Romans, with an emphasis on the two hermeneutical questions: What did the text mean to the first readers? How does it apply to us? Each lesson identifies timeless, cross-cultural...

                        First and Second Corinthians
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                          Course description (BIB2043): A thorough study of 1 and 2 Corinthians, beginning with an analysis of the authorship, date, readers, purpose, outline, and introduction of the book. Throughout the course, lesson by lesson, care is taken to examine the meaning of each passage to the first readers and identify timeless principles. Case studies and illustrations guide students to apply these principles to the problems believers face today. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: Make...

                          Hebrews
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                            Course description (BIB2072): A thorough study of Hebrews, beginning with an analysis of the author, date, readers, purpose, outline, and introduction of the book. Throughout the course, care is taken to examine the meaning of each passage to the first readers, identify timeless principles, and apply them for today's readers. The study seeks to integrate passages with two themes: Christ and Christianity are superior to Judaism (Heb. 1-10); a superior Revealer, Mediator, and covenant demand the...

                            General Epistles: James—Jude
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                              Course Description (BIB3022): A thorough study of the seven General Epistles, James through Jude. Examining each of the seven letters includes an analysis of the biblical author, date, readers, historical setting, purpose, themes, special features, and outlines. Also, studying each epistle involves the exegesis and analysis of each paragraph, with an emphasis on the two hermeneutical questions: What did the text mean to the first readers? How does it apply to us? Continuing to the top of the...

                              Revelation & Daniel
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                                Course Description (BIB3043): This is a study of the historical setting, symbolism, and meaning of the last book of the Bible. Related passages in Daniel and other biblical books are explored, interpreted, and integrated. There is a pastoral focus of understanding, illustrating, and applying the timeless scriptural truths of this prophetic book. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: Make your classroom or group study come alive with these 13 Slide Presentations -- One for each...

                                Unlocking the Treasures of Your Fire Bible
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                                  Course Description (THE1042): This is a foundational course for understanding the Bible and teaching others. Unit 1 explains the features of the Fire Bible and teaches believers how to use them. Unit 2 covers the Old Testament; Unit 3 is over the New Testament. Each of these units contains study questions that enable students to examine, analyze, understand, and apply the 80 articles and hundreds of notes in the Fire Bible. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: [Coming Soon]...

                                  Marriage & Family
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                                    Course Description (MIN3073): This is a practical survey of marriage and family, from dating to being a grandparent. We explore: ways to choose a mate, guidelines for the engagement and wedding, communication principles, sexual fulfillment, making decisions, how to be a good spouse and parent, tough issues, and the final years. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: Make your classroom or group study come alive with these 13 Slide Presentations -- One for each chapter in the...

                                    Pastoral Ministry
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                                      Course Description (MIN3013): We focus on the ministry of the pastor in three areas: Preparation-call, devotional life, and personal life. Responsibilities-preaching and teaching, worship, pastoral care, leading, training, forming cell groups, and special services. Relationships-with lay leaders, team, work, and calling. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: Make your classroom or group study come alive with these 15 Slide Presentations -- One for each chapter in the book....

                                      Homiletics 1—Preach the Word
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                                        Course Description (MIN1013): This course is designed to teach pastors, evangelists, missionaries, teachers, and lay persons a Five Step Method to prepare expository sermons. Students learn to develop the problem and solution parts of the sermon by stating a principle, and then explaining, illustrating, and applying it. We emphasize using illustrations to move truth from the head to the heart. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: Make your classroom or group study come alive...

                                        Childrens Ministry
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                                          Course Description (MIN3023): This is an A to Z study of why and how to minister to children. We contrast the structure and ministries of Sunday school and children's church. Then, we give guidelines for curriculum, classrooms, methods of evangelism and discipleship, good communication, creative teaching methods, discipline, and a team for children's ministry to bless the whole church. Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: Make your classroom or group study come alive with...

                                          Hermeneutics 1—General Principles for Interpreting Scripture
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                                            Course Description (THE1022): This is an introduction to general principles for interpreting the Bible. Unit 1 lays the foundation as we examine the need for principles to guide us; the qualifications, tools, and goals of a biblical interpreter; and the history of hermeneutics. Unit 2 is the core of the course. It teaches students to study the historical and cultural background; identify circles of literary context; analyze word meanings and relationships; and interpret various types of...

                                            Read the Light—Teaching Literacy
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                                              Course Description (MIN1032): In this course we have partnered with LEI, Literacy Evangelism International. They have developed primers in over 200 languages. After introducing the need for and benefits of literacy, we explain, step by step, how to teach the primer. Everything you need to teach a person to read is in this course. 4431-13E0- Student Manual $25.00 (Includes 2 CDs with more than 145 language primers) Student Manual $29.95 Teacher's Guide $15.00 eVisuals: Make your classroom or...