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BACHELOR OF MINISTRY DEGREE CURRICULUM

129 credits

Prerequisite: None

Course Code

Course Number

Course Name

Course Description

Course Credit Hours

MIN

32131

Family Ministries I

The course covers the first unit of the textbook, pages 2 through 42/ chapters 1 - 3. It addresses the changing faces of the family. The authors share their views about some of the changes that families undergo as well as crises.

3

MIN

32132

Family Ministries II

The second unit of the text entails the entirety of the course. This unit reflects on the formation of a biblical theology of the family. The pages in the text are 66 through 155/ chapters 4 – 9.

3

MIN

32133

Family Ministries III

This third unit of the text covers the entirety of the course, pages 182 through 223. The primary focus of this course is family ministry in the local church.

3

MIN

32134

Leadership Ethics I

 

This introductory leadership course acquaints students with the perspectives of Leader-Centric Approaches. Part I of the textbook covers the entirety of the course, pages 15 through 93/ chapters 1 - 4.

3

MIN

32135

Leadership Ethics II

This introductory leadership course acquaints students with the perspectives of Leader-Centric Approaches. Part II of the textbook covers the entirety of the course, pages 119 through 215.

3

MIN

32136

Preaching with Purpose I

Preachers and laypeople get to know a lot about strengthening their preaching preparation skills and how to interact with those to whom they preach. The first six chapters cover the entire course, pages 1 through 120 of the textbook.

3

MIN

32137

Preaching with Purpose II

Preachers and laypeople get to know a lot about strengthening their preaching preparation skills and how to interact with those to whom they preach. The last six chapters cover the entire course, pages 137 through 263 of the textbook.

3

MIN

32138

Homiletics I

The art and science of preaching is a very important course for aspirants of ministry leadership or pastoral office. This course helps to prepare the pastor, deacon, elder or lay person the art of being an effective preacher. Sections I & II, pages 19 through 86 cover the entirety of the course.

3

MIN

32139

Homiletics II

The art and science of preaching is a very important course for aspirants of ministry leadership or pastoral office. This course helps to prepare the pastor, deacon, elder or lay person the art of being an effective preacher. Section III, pages 91 through 135 cover the entirety of the course.

3

MIN

321310

Pastoral Care of the Older Adults

 The world is aging rapidly. Pastors or aspiring pastors or ministry workers have to learn about how to deal with older people. Senior citizen ministry is a vital part of church growth and management. This course provides relevant information that can help pastors know how some of the needs of the elderly and their importance in ministry.

3

MIN

321311

Leadership Development

This course guides leaders in identifying and nurturing leadership skills in those who surround them. The author of the textbook notes that while many leaders are skilled in seeing the "big picture," they need other leaders to help them transform that vision into reality. Discusses ways to develop, equip and coach potential leaders.

3

MIN

321312

Renewing Minds

 

This course gives the student practical application as well as instructional insight to help achieve a renewed mind in Christ, and in serving the church and society through Christian higher Education.

3

MIN

321313

Prayer Ministry I

Prayer is an essential part church ministry. The course is divided into two phases. The first phase covers The Church that Prayer Built, the Role of the Church Prayer Coordinator, Leader Relationship, Building your Prayer Action Team, assessing Your Church’s Needs, and Taking Your Church to the Next Level, pages 15 through 87/ chapters 1 - 6.

3

MIN

321314

Prayer Ministry II

Prayer is an essential part church ministry. The course is divided into two phases. The first phase covers The Church that Prayer Built, the Role of the Church Prayer Coordinator, Leader Relationship, Building your Prayer Action Team, assessing Your Church’s Needs, and Taking Your Church to the Next Level, pages 105 through 191.

3

MIN

321315

 Clinical Counseling I

The text for this course presents an in depth look at spiritual counseling incorporated with clinical practice. With the background of the Bible and the leading of the Holy Spirit, the counselor will explore different perspectives in religion and spirituality and science to offer true intrinsic healing for the counselee. Parts I and II, pages 1 through 79/ chapters 1 - 4 cover the entire course.

3

MIN

321316

Clinical Counseling II

The text for this course presents an in depth look at spiritual counseling incorporated with clinical practice. With the background of the Bible and the leading of the Holy Spirit, the counselor will explore different perspectives in religion and spirituality and science to offer true intrinsic healing for the counselee. Parts I and II, pages 103 through 195 cover the entire course.

3

MIN

321317

Stress Management I

Today's society propels Americans toward ever-increasing stress levels. This course addresses the importance of trusting God, reducing stressors, and leading a mentally and physically healthy Christian life. It equips the student to recognize the symptoms of stress, providing counseling insights for helping those affected. The focal point of this course is The Nature of Stress which is part I, pages 2 through 62/ chapters 1-4 of the textbook.

3

MIN

321318

Stress Management II

Today's society propels Americans toward ever-increasing stress levels. This course addresses the importance of trusting God, reducing stressors, and leading a mentally and physically healthy Christian life. It equips the student to recognize the symptoms of stress, providing counseling insights for helping those affected. The focal point of this course is The Nature of Stress which is part II, pages 96 through 166/ chapters 5 - 8 of the textbook

3

MIN

321319

Stress Management III

Today's society propels Americans toward ever-increasing stress levels. This course addresses the importance of trusting God, reducing stressors, and leading a mentally and physically healthy Christian life. It equips the student to recognize the symptoms of stress, providing counseling insights for helping those affected. The focal point of this course is The Nature of Stress which is part III, pages 213 through 340/ chapters 9-17of the textbook

3

MIN

321320

Stress Management IV

Today's society propels Americans toward ever-increasing stress levels. This course addresses the importance of trusting God, reducing stressors, and leading a mentally and physically healthy Christian life. It equips the student to recognize the symptoms of stress, providing counseling insights for helping those affected. The focal point of this course is The Nature of Stress which is part IV, pages 360 through 511/ chapters 18 - 28 of the textbook

3

THE

32306

Evangelical Theology

This is a concise historical narrative on evangelism as it relates to the Bible and today’s evangelistic approaches by Christians.

3

THE

323011

Old Testament Theology I

This is an introductory study into understanding the nature, method, scope, and motivation of Old Testament Theology as it relates to the scripture and God. Due to the voluminous content of the course, the focus of the study is on the first three parts (introduction, God as Primal Character and Agent, pages 5 through 157 of the textbook).

3

THE

323012

Old Testament Theology II

This course addresses two parts of the Old Testament Theology: The Community of praise and Obedience, and The Hope of Israel and the Hope of the World, pages 197 through 371 of the textbook.

3

THE

323013

Advanced Old Testament Theology I

The first phase of this course covers the entire Introductory section of the textbook, pages 29 through 143. This section features the basis of Old Testament Theology, Task, and the Methods of Biblical Theology.

3

THE

323014

Advanced Old Testament Theology II

The second phase of this course covers part two which deals with the Primary History of Old Testament Theology. This section also touches on a wide range of biblical gifts attributed to the Old Testament; due to the length of this section, part two is divided into three sections:  Pages 173 through 346.

3

THE

323015

Advanced Old Testament Theology III

The third phase of this course which is the second division of Part II emphasizes on the Gifts of God as Deliverer, the Old Covenant, Liturgy, I AM Deuteronomy, Land of Joshua, Land of the Old testament, and Land of The New Testament; Pages 376 through 558.

3

THE

323016

Advanced Old Testament Theology IV

The fourth phase of the course focuses on the Gifts of Warlords if the Judges, True Strength if I Samuel, Davidic Covenant of II Samuel, Kingship, God’s History-Shaping Word of I & II Kings, Providence of Chronicles and Esther, and Gifts of Return, Restoration, and Reform of Ezra and Nehemiah; Pages 588 through 771.

3

THE

323017

Advanced Old Testament Theology IV

The fifth phase of the course is Part Three of the textbook which deals with Other Writings, such as the Prophets, Ruth, the Psalms, Job, and Ecclesiastes; Pages 805 through 946.

3

THE

323018

Systematic Theology I a

 

An introduction to systematic theology. This course is broken into two parts. The first focuses on the Preconditions of God, Revelation Logic, Truth, Language, Interpretation, historiography, and Methodology, pages 15 through 205.

3

THE

323019

Systematic Theology I b

 

The concentration of this part of the course on the Bible is biblical, historical, and theological in depth. It covers pages 229 through 541.

3

THE

323020

Systematic Theology II a

 

In depth, this course focusses on God and Creation. Part One of the text deals with God (Theology Proper) is divided into two sections (A & B). The first division which covers pages 17 through 180, highlights views God’s Pure Actuality and Sincerity, God’s Immutability, Eternality, Omnipresence, Omniscience, Omnipotence, and Immateriality.

3

THE

323021

Systematic Theology II b

 

The second section of Part One of the course which is B, covers pages 213 through 407. It covers topics such as God’s Wisdom and Light, Unity and Trinity, Holiness and Righteousness, Jealousy and Perfection, Truthfulness and Goodness, Mercy and Wrath, and a Response to God’s Attributes.

3

THE

323022

Systematic Theology II c

 

Part two of the text which covers pages 423 through 563 deals with topics, such as the Alternative Views of Creation, Origin of Material Creation, Creation of Angels, All Creation, God’s Sovereignty Over Creation,, and God’s Providence.

3

THE

323023

Systematic Theology III a

 

Part One of the text covers Humanity and Sin or Anthropology and Hamatiology. In depth, it covers the Origin and Nature of Human beings and Sin along with the Effects and Defeat of Sin, pages 17 through 152.

3

THE

323024

Systematic Theology III b

 

This section of the course deals with Salvation or Soteriology. Topics such as the Origin, Theories, Nature, Evidence, Assurance, Extent, Exclusivity, Results Condition, and Contents of Salvation, pages 181 through 524.

3

THE

32307

Basic Theology I

 

This course comprises four of the thirteen sections of textual content. The four sections address the question of authority, the knowledge, revelation, and perfections of God, the revelation, doctrine of inspiration, and inerrancy. Section four covers the issue of angels as ministering spirits. (Pages 13 through 150 of the textbook).

3

THE

32308

Basic Theology II

 

This second phase of the course incorporates sections five through nine. Section four reflects on the devil, section five deals with unclean spirits, section six addresses the issue of man as the image of God, section seven highlights sin, and section nine features Jesus Christ as our Lord. (Pages 157 through 313).

3

THE

32309

Basic Theology III

 

This third phase of the course includes sections ten through fifteen. Section ten covers salvation, section eleven: the Holy Spirit, section twelve delves into Christ’s church. (Pages 319 through 623).                                    

3

CED

323514

History of Evangelism

The text for this course is an interesting and highly readable account of the history of evangelism. This course is a must for pastors, missionaries and especially those with a call for evangelism. It is commonly used in Bible colleges around the world.

3

CED

32354

Teaching Ministry I

A course is to prepare Christian education leaders, pastors, teachers, and laypeople for church ministry. There are emphases on Biblical foundations for teaching, preparation for teaching, lesson planning, and teaching others. This course entails Part One of the text, pages 3 through 141.

3

CED

32355

Teaching Ministry II

A course is to prepare Christian education leaders, pastors, teachers, and laypeople for church ministry. There are emphases on Biblical foundations for teaching, preparation for teaching, lesson planning, and teaching others. This course entails Parts Two, Three, and Four of the text, pages 173 through 187.

3

CED

32356

Teaching Ministry III

A course is to prepare Christian education leaders, pastors, teachers, and laypeople for church ministry. There are emphases on Biblical foundations for teaching, preparation for teaching, lesson planning, and teaching others. This course entails Parts Two, Three, and Four of the text, pages  211 through 229.

3

CED

32357

Teaching Ministry IV

A course is to prepare Christian education leaders, pastors, teachers, and laypeople for church ministry. There are emphases on Biblical foundations for teaching, preparation for teaching, lesson planning, and teaching others. This course entails Parts Two, Three, and Four of the text, pages 297 through 309.

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