|COURSE NUMBER||COURSE TITLE||COURSE DESCRIPTION||INSTRUCTOR|
|1079||Survey of John||Focus on the fourth gospel and its uniqueness. Identify the specific features that characterize John's gospel and distinguish it from the Synoptic Gospels, with emphasis on John's writings and the ministry of Jesus Christ.||Ms. Anna Brown|
|9005||Writing Techniques II||Focus on the Certificate of Progress Program writing requirements for Phase 3. Emphasis will be placed on|
the writing of documented research and the development of other skills necessary to complete the writing
assignments in this phase. Help introduce the students to the library and the use of reference materials.
|Mrs. Marcia Goodner|
|1089||Survey of Romans||Engage in an overview of major issues presented in Paul's doctrinal letter to the Roman Christians. Students will come to recognize each doctrinal truth presented in the book. -||Mrs. Helen Wakefield|
|7010||Introduction to Discipleship||Introduce the believer to the biblical principle of discipleship. Examine the character traits of believers,|
while looking at the overall examples of Jesus. Study discipleship methods of Jesus and the difference between discipleship and membership.
|Rev. Brian Shobe|
|3007||History of Baptists||Examine the roots of the Baptist faith. Students will study the historical development of the Baptist denomination.||Rev. Gregory Morse|
|7005||Christian Evangelism||Teach the basic steps in developing a program of evangelism. Discover the appropriate scriptures to use,|
and the methods, techniques, and media best suited for witnessing to nonbelievers.
|Ms. Jacqueline White|