Fall Semester 2020

Semester Duration September 22, 2020 – December 15, 2020
Semester Final Exam December 22, 2020 

$0.00

THE 142 Assemblies of God History, Missions, and Governance

BIB 114 Christ in the Synoptic Gospels

THE 211 Introduction to Theology-A Pentecostal Perspective

MIN 181 Relationships and Ethics in Ministry

Category:

Description

THE 142 Assemblies of God History, Missions, and Governance

A study of the historical development of the Assemblies of God, the history of the missions movement in the Assemblies of God, and the ecclesiastical governance of the Fellowship. Attention is given to the General Council Constitution and Bylaws in relation to credentialed ministers, local churches, and district councils.

  • Student textbook included
  • Instructor- Rev. Rosemarie Brown 

Day   Tuesday

Time   6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

BIB 114 Christ in the Synoptic Gospels

An introductory study of our Lord’s life and times according to the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. It examines the historical setting, His life between the Annunciation and the Ascension, and His message and method, including His parables and miracles. Organized around three themes—(1) the world, (2) the Man, and (3) the message—this introduction helps to fuse our understanding of His life and work with our commitment to live by the values He taught and demonstrated.

  • Student textbook included
  • Instructor- Rev. Dolores Pennino

Day   Tuesday

Time  6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

THE 211 Introduction to Theology-A Pentecostal Perspective

A study of historic Christian doctrines as expressed through Protestant and evangelical traditions. The course provides a complete study of the “Statement of
Fundamental Truths” of the General Council of the Assemblies of God.

  • Student textbook included
  • Instructor- Rev. Judith Stefano

Day   Tuesday

Time   7:45 PM – 8:45 PM

MIN 181 Relationships and Ethics in Ministry

A biblical approach to the relationships that are important to the minister, both personally and professionally. It looks at temperament theory and its relevance to human relations. This course examines relationships and ethics in view of the minister’s personal growth, ministry challenges, people in the community, and other ministers.

  • Student textbook included
  • Instructor- Rev. Harriette Daniel

Day   Tuesday

Time  7:45 PM – 8:45 PM

Call Us On

Email Address

Connect With Us