July 16, 2019 Term
  • This seven-week course introduces the concepts of inductive Bible study. The learner will explore the principles of observation, interpretation and application in the English Bible. This course requires a text book and will be facilitated with weekly discussion questions and weekly assignments to complete.

  • A study of the theological doctrines of John Wesley and the origin of Methodism as a vigorous reaffirmation of the evangelical faith of Christendom. The development of Wesley's doctrinal position is studied with reference to his life, work, religious experience, and the Evangelical Revival in England in the eighteenth century. This heritage is studied in order that it may be critically and appropriately explained, experienced, and communicated.

  • This seven-week course examines the history, doctrine, and polity of the Free Methodist Church. It is specifically designed to meet the requirements for ordination. This course requires a textbook and will be facilitated with weekly discussion questions and weekly assignments to complete.

  • The purpose of this course is to introduce the learner to the basics of Christian Doctrine. It will cover the topics of God, man, the Bible, salvation, the church, and eschatology. It is specifically designed to meet the requirements for ordination. This course requires a textbook and will be facilitated with weekly discussion questions and weekly assignments to complete.

  • A study of the Old Testament, highlighting the cultural background underlying the books of the Old Testament. Topics include major archaeological finds, Old Testament culture as it relates to today's culture, and the foundational relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament.