We consider these courses to be foundational for studying, understanding, and living the will of God as revealed in the Bible. While each course can be completed independently from the others, we believe that if completed together, a Christian will be powerfully equipped for leadership and service within the church. Each course is designed for a 12-week semester in which approximately two hours of in-class instruction and 2-3 hours of homework are expected each week. The objectives of each course are different, but the overarching goal is to feed the mind and expand the heart with biblical truth to the glory of God.
Our Pillar Series is designed to extend the foundational learning of the Foundation Series into specific areas of theology. Each course is designed for either 6- or 12-weeks in length. In this series, approximately two hours of in-class instruction and 2-3 hours of homework are expected each week.
The courses within our Public Square Series were specifically designed for a Sunday school setting. While the Foundation Series and Pillar Series were designed for a longer class period, these courses could also be adapted for use on Sunday mornings. Each course is designed as a 6-week course in which approximately 1 hour of in-class instruction and 1-2 hours of homework are expected each week.
Biblical Womanhood in a Postmodern Culture: Standing on the Truth in Our Shaky World is an inductive Bible study designed specifically for women. The purpose of this study is to encourage and equip women through the study of the Bible to embrace the truth about biblical womanhood so they will joyfully live out this truth in their personal lives and clearly articulate this truth to others.