(3 units) Dr. Adrian Haymond This course provides a systematic comparison of the doctrines, effects, similarities, practices and contrast among various world religions. In general the comparative study of religion yields a deeper understanding of the fundamental philosophical concerns of religion such as ethics, metaphysics and the nature and form of salvation. This course will also survey elements that are characteristic of cults.
Prof. Natalie Lamb This course will dissect the art of lamenting: expressing deep regret, grief or sorrow. Attention will be given to unraveling the laments of Job, David, Jeremiah, and Jesus. Students will experience their heartfelt pleas and learn how to embrace their own. Overall this class explores the psychological process of dealing with and recovering from losses common to human experiences and the impact of traumatic ones outside the range of normal experience.
(3 units) Prof. Marcy Haymond Course focuses on expository writing, which explains a subject through illustration, compari¬son, process or casual relation; as well as, persuasive writing, which uses language as a sym¬bolic means of inducing cooperation. The student will learn to use the investigative process which helps to define purpose, gather data, select, organize information, and develop materials into a unified research paper.
(3 units) Prof. Eric Gibson This course examines methods of effective witnessing, it provides students with practical experience in recognizing evangelistic opportunities and determining appropriate approaches.
(3 units) Prof. Clifford Gamble A short historical review from the Apostolic Age to Modern Era is investigated. Also, the History of Pentecostal Organization and the lives of Pentecostal stalwarts are examined.
(3 units) Prof. Beatrice Guillory A survey of the Old Testament Laws surmising its purpose, and application of the moral, ceremonial and civil laws of the Israelites and the relationship to Christianity in today’s society.
(3 units) Dr. Wayne Botts This course is to introduce the inductive Bible Study Method using three basic techniques: Observation, Interpretation and Application. Emphasis will be on rightly dividing the Word of God
(3 units) Prof. Gary Thomas This course examines the biblical periods of time or Dispensations and their associated Covenants and Judgements. It illustrates dispensational theology by tracing God’s kingdom through history culminating with the millennial reign of Christ.
(3 units) Prof. Priscilla Brown This course examines the work of forgiveness in resolving personal and corporate conflicts in the body of Christ. This course will also include scriptural conflicts and their resolution. Students will learn the difference between restoration, reconciliation and repairing according to the Word of God.
(3 units) Dr. Mary F. Jordan This course helps the student develop the ability, through study to gain proper understanding of Scripture. Various principles are treated as tools for biblical understanding. Biblical characteristics are examined which enhance scriptural clarity.
(3 units) (Apostolicity) Prof. Beverly Howard This course gives special attention to the foundational tenets of the Apostolic Faith. It is an important course for those wishing to understand and articulate the beliefs and concerns of this particular church movement.
(6 Week Certificated Course) Instructor: Sunshine Thomas This course is designed to produce and publish a college devotional. Do you love reading your daily devotional? Have you ever thought about writing your own? This class will teach, through prayer and careful study of God’s Word, how to create and write an Awe Inspiring Devotional.
(6 Week Certificated Course) Instructor: Rosalyn Hardy
(President & CEO QCP Systems, Inc.) If being concerned about your current finances or the future of your finances is distracting you from hearing from God and the purpose He has for your life, then this class is for you. There is a well known saying – “my people perish because of the lack of knowledge.” You don’t have to perish and you don’t have to be distracted by the cares of this life, especially your finances. This class will share with you tools and information that will help you gain the peace that surpasses all understanding over your finances now and in the future with a biblical foundation.
(6 Week Certificated Course) Kristine Buck, Elementary School Teacher
LaTanya Jones, High School Teacher If you need help in assisting your child or children with their homework, this course is designed with you in mind. The course will cover some of the following disciplines: Monitoring and motivating, setting up homework friendly areas, study times, how to keep distractions to a minimum and insight into today’s homework assignments.
(Navigating through Challenging Times) (Mental Stability) Prof. Martin Jones, Jr., MSW, LCSW This course provides an in-depth study into various avenues and alternatives where professional help can be found and the type of help needed. Specific study is given to spiritual, personal counseling and guidance in these challenging times.
(Getting Near to GOD through Brokenness) Prof. Orlando Love This course teaches self-examination fundamentals to growth, development and maturity of the Christian life. It addresses communication and relationship with God and ones’ fellow man. The main focus will be directed to brokenness.