With our first Bible School semester course, we start our journey by exploring the fundamental beliefs of Biblical Christianity. We look at topics such as the Bible, God (His nature, attributes, and His deeds), what humanity is, and how humanity can have a living relationship with God, as it is revealed to us within the Bible.
This course aims to foster a Biblical worldview where you will see God, yourself and the world through the lens of the Bible. We trust that you will be enriched through this course and grow in all godliness.
In our second semester of Bible School 1, we continue our journey of exploring the Christian faith. However, in Semester 2, we shift our focus to discipleship. How can we, as Christians, live in the ways of Jesus, our King? By looking at topics such as baptism, worship, prayer, sanctification, and evangelism, we get to see what discipleship looks like practically.
This course gives a brief overview of the whole story of the Bible, starting from the Old Testament and ending at the book of Revelation. In the second half of this course, we start our discussion on biblical ministry and leadership. How does the Kingdom of God find its expression throughout this wonderful story of the Bible and how does this Kingdom of God impact our lives as we lead others in ministry? Come and find out!
In the second semester of Bible School 2, we continue our journey of exploring the meaning of biblical leadership. In the first semester, we looked at what biblical leadership is. Now, in the second semester, we start to get practical by looking at various topics on how biblical leadership is lived out in the real world.
This course aims to equip you to understand the role of the church and how it applies to all members of the body of Christ and also expressing the power of the Holy Spirit through the diversity of the body of Christ. The two focus areas are planting and growing healthy churches and Spirit-led ministry.