Christian Ministries Courses
BI 104 Books of History 2
Study the books of I Samuel through II Chronicles, following the historic period of the kingdom of Israel under the first three kings – Saul, David, and Solomon.
BI 107 Pauline Epistles
Enrich your understanding of the books of Galatians through II Thessalonians, placing their writings in the surrounding narratives of the New Testament and seeking its doctrinal and practical truths for the modern age.
BI 202 Pentateuch
Study the first five books of the Bible, with an emphasis on their historical context, Jewish covenants and feast days, the priesthood and Mosaic law, etc., including how these concepts relate to the New Testament age.
BI 205 I & II Corinthians
Explore the books of 1 & 2 Corinthians, placing the narratives within their historical backdrops and discovering the doctrinal teachings and practical applications for New Testament Christianity.
BI 303 Ecclesiology
Learn to recognize a New Testament church, explore the scriptural foundations of the church, and see the place of the local church in the New Testament and in the modern age.
BI 307 Jeremiah & Lamentations
Study the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations, looking particularly at the historic setting and the prophecies, both concerning the coming captivity of the Jews and the future coming of the Messiah.
BI 401 Minor Prophets 2
Study the prophets Zephaniah, Nahum, Habakkuk, and Obadiah and the period of time during which they preached leading up to the fall of Jerusalem and the destruction of the temple by Babylon.
BI 404 Acts
Study the ministry of the apostles following Christ’s resurrection and the growth of New Testament churches under the ministries of the original apostles and then of Paul.
BI 105 Books of History 4
Study the books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther, following the historic period of rebuilding after the captivity in Babylon.
BI 108 Pastoral Epistles
Examine the letters of Paul to Timothy and Titus, with the goal of learning practical truths to working in the ministry of a local church
BI 203 Books of History 1
Study the books of Joshua, Judges, and Ruth, considering their historical context during the conquest of Canaan and the time of the judges.
BI 206 Hebrews
See the richness and beauty of God in this letter to the Hebrew Christians, exploring its themes of the person of Christ, the fullness of redemption, and cleansing from sin.
BI 305 Books of Poetry
Study the books of poetry, from Job to Song of Solomon, examining their historical context and exploring practical applications.
BI 308 Ezekiel
Study the prophet Ezekiel and his writings, especially the various illustrations, prophecies, and visions he saw.
BI 402 The Synoptic Gospels
Study the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, both compiling and comparing their accounts of the events of Jesus’ life, his teachings, his parables, and his death, burial, and resurrection.
BI 405 Books of History 3
Study the books of I Kings through II Chronicles, following the narrative of the two kingdoms of Israel and Judah, with practical application concerning working with people using biblical leadership principles.
BI 106 Romans
Explore the book of Romans, placing it in its historical context and analyzing its doctrinal teachings and practical applications.
BI 109 General Epistles
Explore the writings of James, Peter, John, and Jude, placing their teachings in the overall New Testament narrative, with emphasis on doctrine and practical application.
BI 204 Minor Prophets 3
Study the prophets Zechariah, Haggai, Joel, and Malachi, and the period of time during which they preached, following the return of a remnant from Babylon to rebuild Jerusalem and the temple.
BI 207 The King James Bible
Explore the care and diligence that went into the crafting of the King James Bible, examine the various texts, the translation techniques, and the diligence of the translators to come to a deeper conviction in and a greater appreciation for our Bible in English, the King James Bible.
BI 306 Isaiah
Study the book of Isaiah, placing the narratives in their historical setting and exploring the many prophecies of Christ.
BI 309 Minor Prophets 1
Study the prophets Hosea, Amos, Micah, and Jonah, and the period of time during which they preached, leading up to the downfall of Samaria and the Assyrian War in Judah.
BI 403 Book of John
Study the book of John, its singular character from the other Gospels, the historical narrative, and the symbology and teachings of Christ.