Biblical Foundations

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No building can stand without a firm foundation. Even if the foundation is built, but the wrong mix of concrete is used, no steel support is placed, or it is poured incorrectly, the building is subject to fall as the first test of it's structure comes. Our walk with the Lord, and the ministry God has called us to is subject to the same principle. Without a sure foundation in the Word of God, none of us can stand when trials come. The true test of a person's character, and the true walk of faith is shown in adversity and how we handle it. Do you have a sure foundation?  We will help you build a sure foundation in the Word of God, so that you can stand against adversity, religious ideas, half-truths and false doctrines. It's time for you to take the next step!


The Blood Covenant - What is the basis of the favor God has given us? Why does He do for us what He does? Is it based upon our goodness or our works? This class will provide answers to these questions. The student will learn about the importance that God places upon blood, and its part in all the covenants He has established in His dealings with people. You will come out of this class with a new confidence in God and what He wants to accomplish in and through you, based upon His covenant in blood.

   

New Creation Realities - The New Testament tells us that we are not like the people of the Old Testament. We are new creatures in Christ after we have been born again. What does this mean? In this the student will learn the answer to that question. We will learn who we are in Christ and who Christ is in us. This class will help us reach new levels of faith in our relationship with God, if we will only believe the tremendous truths that are revealed in the New Testament.

   

The Pauline Revelation - This class will give the student a glimpse into the radical change that Christianity brought to the religious Jew who would become the greatest missionary known. The shift from the legalism of Judaism to the liberty in Christ Jesus was a world changing revelation that could only have come from God. The life of being led by the Spirit instead of ruled by the law seemed too easy to many of the believers in the first church. As it was then, so it is now. The religious world continually tries to add something to the life of faith. Come and learn the power of Paulís revelation to keep the Christian out of bondage and in liberty.

   

Old Testament Survey - This class will give the student an overview of the Old Testament. This is not an in depth look, but a survey of the major events and figures of the Old Testament. It will look at the covenants, the history, the major figures and the people and places that play an important part in the formation of Israel and the Jewish people.

   

The Life of Christ - This course will offer a look at the person that is the heart of the Bible. Jesus Christ is the most important person in the scriptures. The student will be drawn to know him more as we look at his life, his ministry, and his miracles. We will hear His teachings, His parables, and His revelations. We will look at his interactions with the sinner and the religious person. We will study his life of prayer, and we will be drawn to become more like him and to pursue Him all the days of our lives.

   

The Life of Faith - The Christian life is to be one that is lived in faith. Sadly this is something that many Christians know very little about. This class will seek to change that in your life. You will learn what it means to be led by the Spirit. You will learn how to demonstrate the faith life in your own walk with God. The life of faith is the only life that the Christian should know, walk in, and live by and this class will help you do just that.

   

Theology 101 - Systematic Theology organizes as a systematic whole the study of God and His relationship to men and to the world. We will look at Christology, the doctrines of Christ; Pneumatology, the doctrine of the Holy Spirit; and Soteriology, the doctrines of our salvation. This class will inspire the student not only to study about God, but to know Him experientially in a greater degree than yet experienced. Hermeneutics refers to the science of biblical interpretation. God communicated His Word to us in word form. In interpreting the scripture, we must look at the grammatical, historical usage of the words. What is the importance of numbers in the Bible? Is there a place for allegories in Biblical interpretation? Come and find out the answers to these questions and more in this class.

   

The Life of Christ - This course will offer a look at the person that is the heart of the Bible. Jesus Christ is the most important person in the scriptures. The student will be drawn to know him more as we look at his life, his ministry, and his miracles. We will hear His teachings, His parables, and His revelations. We will look at his interactions with the sinner and the religious person. We will study his life of prayer, and we will be drawn to become more like him and to pursue Him all the days of our lives.



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