Course Catalog

Note: Not all courses are offered at once. Courses are only available as faculty overseers are available to manage and grade assignments. For current offerings, please see the list of current courses.

The Last Days According to Jesus and the Prophets of Israel

Using Watchman Nee's Book, Spiritual Authority as a text, Dr. Jim Bradshaw unveils the Kingdom principle of spiritual authority, it's true nature, it's importance, and it’s operation. Discover this critically important principle of Christ and His Kingdom for overcoming Satan's kingdom, applied not only in your personal life but also in the larger body of Christ.

The Ern Baxter School of the Apostles Doctrine, Church History and Theology
Apostles Doctrine
AD101
Doctrine of Peter and Paul
This course is an introduction to the doctrine and practice of these two great apostles of Jesus Christ.
AD102
Realities of the New Creation and Principles of Faith
The Realities of the New Creation and Principles of Faith is a study of the spiritual nature of the new man in Christ and how to develop and release the faith of the Son of God in order to live the Christ-life and work the works of God.
AD105
The Way: Return To The Roots Of The Jesus Revolution
What was it about the launch of the Jesus movement in first century that was so powerful? Cities were shaken, cowards became champions, and outsiders were connected to God's family. In this course we will look carefully at three distinctives of pre-domesticated Christianity as found in the Book of Acts. We will discover the Christ of the Way, the Call of the Way, and the Community of the Way. As we look at the revolution Jesus launched the student will be empowered to move from the safe religion of the modern church back to the radical roots of the Jesus movement. The goal of this course is to help leaders take people from the amusement park of institutional Christianity to the wild ocean of authentic Christianity.
AD200
Mystery of Redemption
This is a course dealing with the teaching of Jesus and His apostles about what happened in the death of Jesus on the cross, His descent into Hell or Hades, His resurrection from among the dead, His exaltation to the right hand of God the Father and His enthronement as King of Kings and Lord of Lords. This course will also study the controversy surrounding various theological viewpoints and interpretations of the many passages Scripture dealing with this subject.
AD201
Messiah's Kingdom and the Spirit
The Kingdom and the Spirit is an in depth study of the "baptism" or the "outpouring" of the Holy Spirit as the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophesies concerning Christ's Kingdom, the distinctive or essential element of the New Covenant, and the mark or demonstration of authentic Christianity.
AD250
Non-Negotiables Of Apostolic Christianity
This course attempts to recover the message of the Gospel of the Kingdom as actually preached by Peter, Paul, and all the apostles. It deals in depth with the apostles' understanding of Christ's Kingdom, the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, their paradigm and architectural understanding of Christ's Church, Kingdom initiation and placement in the family of God, apostolic Church government and unity, and the inheritance and destiny of the saints in conquering Satan's kingdom and possessing Cities and Nations. This course is essential for anyone desiring to truly understand and recover the faith and essential doctrine of the original apostles.
AD300
Recovering The Keys Of The Kingdom, The Biblical Requirements For An Apostolic Reformation
A study of the special revelation given by the Lord to David, the Prophets of Israel, and the Apostles of the Lamb and the original Ascension-Gift Apostles concerning Christ's Kingdom, His Church, the Church's governmental structure, and the Church's mission and destiny in history. It is foolish to speak of an Apostolic Reformation without recovering the Keys of the Messianic Kingdom given by Jesus to the original apostles.
AD400
Apostolic Government And Biblical Elders
A study of the ecclesiastical government of apostles and elders established by Jesus and His apostles during the first forty years of the Christian movement. Attention will be given to the apostleship of Jesus, the fellowship of the apostles created by Jesus during His earthly ministry, the Old Covenant background and the ordination of elders in the Apostolic Church, apostasy from New Testament apostles and elders to Episcopal Church government and the resulting spiritual decline of the Church.
AD500
Theology of Paul
A study of the theology of the apostle to the Gentiles, his understanding of the Gospel of the Kingdom, Kingdom initiation, the gathering of the remnant of the Jews and last days of Israel and the Age of Moses, the Church as the New Israel of God, the times of the Gentiles and his priesthood to the nations, his stewardship of the mysteries of Christ and apostolic grace.
AD501
Messiah's Day: Purpose of The Present Administration of the Kingdom of God
Messiah's Day is a study  of the hope of Israel concerning the Messiah Savior-King promised by God to the fathers of Israel and proclaimed by the prophets of Israel. This course will key on the understanding of this hope by Jesus, the Apostles of the Lamb, and Paul.  It will place special emphasis on the true nature and primary purpose of Messiah's administration of the Kingdom of God in dealing with the present evil age, i.e. principalities, authorities, and the powers of darkness in behind thrones and dominions.
AD502
Lord's Day, the Church's Day of Worship 
The Lord's Day is a study of the role of Christ in dealing with civil governments and nations. How does Christ's administration of the Kingdom of heaven work today? Special emphasis is given to the Lord's day, as a whole Church meeting or general, governmental assembly, the imperative of Kingdom prayers, and the Church's role in the judgment of civil governments and nations.
AD503
Kingdom Theology I, Controversy and Confusion
Kingdom Theology I is a survey of the prevalent theological views regarding the promised Messianic Kingdom and the widespread confusion and division in the Lord's Church caused by these views.
AD504
Kingdom Theology II, Covenants and Christ
Kingdom Theology II is a survey of the "covenants of the promise" of the Old Testament and how Jesus Christ and His present kingdom fulfill these covenants. This course deals in depth with the Adamic, the Abrahamic, the Mosaic, and the Davidic covenants and their fulfillment in the New Covenant and the present reign of Jesus Christ.
AD505
Kingdom Theology III, Comforter and Church
Kingdom Theology III is a study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit and the nature, structure, and destiny of the Lord's Church in the fulfillment of the covenants of promise and the message of the prophets of Israel concerning the Messianic Kingdom. It deals in depth with the relationship of the person and work of the Holy Spirit and the Church as they relate to the Old Testament promises concerning Jesus Christ as the Son of Man, the Son of Abraham, the Prophet like Moses, and the Son of David.
AD506
Kingdom Theology IV, Conquest and Consummation
Kingdom Theology IV is a study of what the scriptures teach about Christ's apostolic campaign to conquer Satan and his kingdom and to raise up His Church to deal with the present evil age, possess cities and nations, and fill all things with the glory of the sons and daughters of the Kingdom of God. This is also a study of what Scriptures teach about the consummation of Christ's Kingdom, His final appearing  on the last day of history for the resurrection of the body, the final judgment, and to hand a perfected Kingdom over to his father.
AD507
King, The Kingdom, & The Holy Spirit
A study of Messiah's Day (the present administration of the Kingdom of God) and the Spirit's outpouring on the nations and the salvation of the nations as envisioned by the prophets and proclaimed by Jesus and His apostles.
AD600 Christ's Kingdom, His Church, & Possessing Nations A study of what the Scriptures teach about the plan and purpose of God to give the nations to Jesus Christ and His Church, the true Israel of God,  during this present New Covenant age.
AD700 Gospel of The King & The Transformation of Governments &Nations A study of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as God's covenant degree to rulers and nations to obey the King and through this obedience bring the Kingdom of heaven and Kingdom civilization to the cities and nations of the earth.
AD705 Apostolic & Prophetic Church: Confronting The Spirit of The Age A study of the Church's apostolic and prophetic mandate (as the Body of Messiah's Kingdom purpose to deal with the present evil age, disciple the nations, and fill all things with the glory of the Kingdom of heaven) to confront the spirit of the age.
 AD310  The Revelation Of Jesus Christ  While AD310 will of necessity deal with the technical matters, i.e. the dating, authorship, and the literary style of the Book of Revelation, the principle focus of AD310 will be on the proper interpretation of the prophetic symbols used by Jesus and also on the importance of understanding the outline or chronological order of prophetic events taught by Jesus throughout the last week of His earthly ministry. This same exact outline or chronology is followed by Jesus in the Book of Revelation, and it is the interpretive key to properly interpreting the prophecy given by Jesus in the Book of Revelation.
B. B. Warfield, the great Princeton Theologian, once declared, "the Book of Revelation scarcely advances beyond the teaching of Jesus' given on the Mount of Olives the last week of His public ministry."
AD310 is a bachelor's level course and is a prerequisite for the master's and doctoral degrees.
Church History & Dogma
CH101
 History Christianity I
History of Christianity I is a survey of the Church's history and its doctrine and practice over against the doctrine and practice of the apostles and the early Church. This first semester covers the period from the apostolic era through the development of the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches and the great schism.
CH102
History Christianity II
History of Christianity II covers the dark ages, the reformation with Luther and Calvin, Counter Reformation, the Anabaptist movement, the revival under Wesley and the holiness movement, the separatists, the puritans, the revival movements, the Pentecostal movement up to the present times.
CH300
Church History and Modern Movements
A critical study of the distinctive contributions of 20th Century Church movements to a true apostolic reformation of Lord's Church: the Pentecostal, Latter Rain, Healing Revival, Restoration, Charismatic, Discipleship & Shepherding, Faith, Emerging Church, and the New Apostolic.
CH400
History of the Revival Movements
A study of the distinctive contribution to Christ's Kingdom, His Church and society of  revivals movements led Wesley, Edwards, Finney, Moody, Billy Graham, Oral Roberts, T.L. Osborn and Reinhold Bohnke.
CH401
History and Theology of the Black Church
A survey of the influence of the Black Church on the American Civil Rights Movement with attention to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
CH410
Renewal Ministry from a Historical Church Perspective
A study of the Pentecostal, Latter Rain, Restoration, Manifest Sons, Healing, and Faith Movements' their contributions and difficulties.
CH500 History of Dogma A critical survey of the history of dogma in light of the doctrine of the Apostles: this course utilizes Adolf Harnack's seven volume text, The History of Dogma and the Canon of the New Testament.
CH502
History of the Reformation and Reformed Theology I
Master's level study of the 16th Century Reformation under Martin Luther and John Calvin. This course involves in depth reading of Luther and Calvin as well as recognized authorities in reformation studies.
CH503
History of the Reformation and Reformed Theology II
Master's level course requiring advanced reading of Anabaptist leaders, the controversy with Luther and Calvin and the Anabaptist contribution towards the restoration of apostolic foundations.
CH504
The New Apostolic Reformation
A critical study of the New Apostolic Movement that deals comprehensively with the various and diverse messages, paradigms, strategies and structures that have been advocated by it's leaders, comparing and contrasting these with the existing denominational patterns and also over-against the Apostolic pattern of Jesus, the Chief Apostle, the Apostles of the Lamb, and Paul. This course requires intense reading and writing assignments.
CH605
Understanding the Liberal-Fundamentalist Controversy and Its Impact on the Modern Church
A critical study of the invasion of theological seminaries and universities by French and German rationalism in the 18th and 19th centuries, resulting in what came to be called higher criticism and provoked the Liberal-Fundamentalist controversy. Liberal scholars concluded the Bible is a book of myths created by men to explain the unexplainable. This viewpoint caused a reaction on the part of certain scholars who responded that the Bible is not only true, it must be interpreted literally. This, combined with the failure to accurately understand the mysteries of Christ, His Kingdom and Church revealed by the Holy Spirit to the fathers and prophets of Israel and expounded to the Jews by Jesus and His apostles, resulted in fundamentalist scholars concluding that Messiah's Kingdom had been postponed until the secret rapture of the Church and the second-coming. This is the historical background of the Dispensational-Premillenial School of Theology.
CH606
Creationism, Evolution, and Biblical Theology
This is a critical study in light of the Scriptures and Biblical Theology of the various views of creation and the problems of the theory of evolution.
CH607
Understanding the Modern Convergence Movement
This course deals with the contemporary movement to bring the various streams of Christianity together in a New Episcopal Movement.
CH701 Advanced Reading in the Early Church Fathers  A Doctoral level course involving advanced reading and critical evaluation of Ante-Nicene, Nicene, and post Nicene Fathers in light of the doctrine of Jesus and the original apostles preserved in the Canon of the New Testament.
CH710 Liberation Theology, Right or Wrong: It's Impact On Developing Nations A critical study of the origin and nature of Marxist or Liberation Theology (a theology of revolution) and it's impact on Latin America,Africa, and Hispanic and Black Churches.
Theology
TH100
Kingdom Now: The Controversy
A study of the heated controversy between those who believe the Kingdom of the Messiah has been postponement until after a secret rapture and the second coming, and those who believe the promised Messianic Kingdom has been established in the death, resurrection, ascension, and enthronement of Jesus of Nazareth at the right hand of God in heaven.
TH200
Essentials of Kingdom Theology
An introductory study of the theology of Christ, His apostles, and the prophets of Israel as preserved for us in the Canon of the Old & New Testaments. Special attention will be given to the message of Jesus, Peter, John, and Paul.
TH300
Salvation Words
A study of the doctrines of grace: reconciliation, regeneration, justification, sanctification, and glorification. The emphasis will be on the revelation and teaching of the original apostles and how their doctrine has been understood by subsequent movements in the history of Christianity (i.e. early fathers, Orthodox and Roman Catholic through the middle ages, the 16th century reformation under Luther and Calvin to the present).
TH310
Angelology
A study of the origin, nature, and ministry of angels. Special emphasis will be given to the the Angel of the Lord, Archangels, the hosts (armies) of heaven, guardian angels, warring angels, messenger angels, and ministering spirits.
TH315
Demonology
Jesus cast out demons by the power of God. Paul spoke of principalities, authorities, powers, and the rulers of the darkness of this present world. This is a critical study of the origin, nature, and work of fallen angels, demonic forses, and the powers of the darkness of the present evil age.
TH400
History of Theology
A study of the history of theology, giving special attention to the early Ecumenical Councils and the formulation of the creeds, as well as,various systems that have been developed by theologians, i.e. Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic, Reformed, Baptist, Liberal, Pentecostal, Charismatic.
TH410
Theology of the Holy Spirit
A directed study of Rodman Williams text, The Theology of The Holy Spirit. In addition we will study the theology of the Spirit set forth by Gorden Fee in his text, The Overshadowing Presence, and by James Dunn in his text, The Baptism of the Holy Spirit.
AD503 Kingdom Theology I The Controversy and The Confusion: A study of the controversy and confusion surrounding the Gospel of the Kingdom (See the full description of this course under the Doctrine of the Apostles section above.)
AD504 Kingdom Theology II The Covenants and The Christ: A study of the covenants of the promise made to the fathers of Israel by the Lord God and their fulfillment in Jesus Christ. (See the full description of this course under the Doctrine of the Apostles section above.)
AD505 Kingdom Theology III The Comforter and The Church: A study of the work of the Holy Spirit in the creation and development of the true Church of Jesus Christ and the nature and mission of Christ's Church in history. (See the full description under the Doctrine of the Apostles section above.)
AD506 Kingdom Theology IV The Conquest and The Consummation: A study of the Kingdom mission and apostolic campaign of Christ and His Church to conquer Satan and his kingdom and  fill all things with the glory of the sons of God. This course deals in depth with the purpose of Messiah's Kingdom in dealing with the present evil age, i.e. with principalities, authorities, the rulers of the darkness of this present world, and bringing forth the Kingdom of  God in the present world. It also deals with the  consummation of Christ's Kingdom as, having conquered all His enemies, he destroys the last enemy death in His final appearing and the resurrection of the body, presides over the last judgment on the last day of human history, and finally hands a perfected Kingdom over to His Father. (See the full description of this course under the Doctrine of the Apostles section above.)
TH504
Systematic Theology
A systematic study of the doctrine of God, Creation and the Fall, Redemption and  New Creation, Eschatology and a number of other doctrines.
TH705 Critical Study of the Reformation & Reformed Theology A critical study of the reformation of the 16th century in light of the New Testament Canon and the doctrine and practice of the 1st century apostles and the apostolic church: what the reformers succeeded in reforming and what still needs to be reformed.
TH710
Contemporary Theology and Evangelical Belief
A study of the impact that various contemporary theologies have had in shaping the beliefs and practices of evangelical and fundamentalist churches.
The School of Biblical Languages
BL100 Using Greek Language Tools For Bible Study A study designed to equip the English reader to use a Greek Interlinear New Testament, an Analytical Greek Lexicon, and a Greek Grammar to analyze the meaning of the Greek New Testament and to translate or check translations.
BL110 Using Hebrew Language Tools For Biblical Study A study designed to equip the English reader to use a Hebrew Interlinear Old Testament, an Analytical Hebrew Lexicon, and a Hebrew Grammar to analyze the meaning of the Hebrew text and to translate or check translations.
BL200
New Testament Greek
This course is designed to teach the basics or essentials of New Testament Greek and is essential for anyone who intends to work with the Greek New Testament.
BL310
Biblical Hebrew
This course is designed to teach the basics of Biblical Hebrew and is required for anyone intending to work with the Hebrew text of the Old Testament.
The School of Biblical Studies
Biblical Authority and Interpretation
AI100
Authority of the Scriptures and Principles of Interpretation
The Authority of the Scriptures and Biblical Principles of Interpretation is an introductory study of the formation of the canon, the spiritual authority of the Scriptures, and principles for interpreting them.
AI102
Canon of Holy Scripture
The Canon of Holy Scripture is an introductory study of the formation of the canon, the spiritual authority of the Scriptures, and principles for interpreting them. The Canon of Scripture, known today as the Holy Bible, is the basis of Christian faith and practice. It is important that all Christians understand the Divine inspiration, formulation, and authority of the Scriptures as the Word of God as well as the proper method of its interpretation. Topics of study included in this course are; The Importance of Early Manuscripts, The History of the English Bible, and the Importance of the Original Languages.
AI103
The Tools of Biblical Interpretation
The Tools of Biblical Interpretation teaches the use of lexicons, grammars and concordances.
AI400
Advanced Hermeneutics
A study of the hermeneutic of Jesus and His apostles in interpreting the Old Testament prophets and types.
AI600
Higher Criticism, Textual Criticism, and Form Criticism; A Critique
A critical study of the history of the science of textual criticism and the evaluation and interpretation of Biblical manuscripts.
AI700
Interpreting Prophetic Symbols and Types Through The Revelation of Christ & His Apostles
A critical study of the various approaches to interpreting prophetic symbols and Biblical types, and the imperative for Christ's servants to follow the faith once for all delivered to the saints, i.e. the authoritative interpretation entrusted by Jesus and to His apostles and preserved in the Canon of the New Testament.
New Testament Studies
NT160
New Testament Survey
New Testament Survey is an overview of the historical developments in Israel and the ancient world from Malachi until John the Baptist, and with an overview of the ministry of Jesus and the Apostles from the ministry of John the Baptist until 70 AD. This course also provides an overview of the New Testament through the theological grid of Jesus Christ and His Apostles.
NT161
Parables of Jesus
A study of the parables of Jesus and their significance to His message of the Kingdom.
NT261
The Gospel of John
A study of the significant spiritual and historical contribution of the Apostle John in helping us to fully understand the spiritual and historical significance of the life and ministry of Jesus. John's Gospel has been called the most spiritual of the four Gospels, and without it, we would not have a record of most of Jesus' ministry in Judea at the feasts.
NT270
Paul's Epistles I
A historical and exegetical study of I and II Corinthians
NT271
Paul's Epistles II
A historical and exegetical study of Paul's doctrinely important prison epistles: Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians
NT302 Healing I An in depth study of what the New Testament teaches about healing for today. Special attention will be given to the healing ministry of Jesus and the apostles.
NT360
Acts of The Apostles
A study of Luke's dynamic account of the first apostolic mission, the mission to the Jews, to gather the remnant of Israel and the first-fruits of the nations and reform them into the New Covenant Israel and to bring to an end the Old Covenant Age and establish the New Covenant or Messianic Age.
NT370
Paul's Epistles III

A historical and exegetical study of I and II Timothy and Titus, Paul's letters of instruction to his apostolic deputies regarding New Testament Church order

NT372
Paul's Epistles IV
A historical and exegetical study of I and II Thessalonians
NT375
Paul's Epistles V: The Apostle's Letter To The Church At Rome
Romans is considered by many scholars to be Paul s greatest treatise on the Gospel of God, the subject being God s revelation of righteousness, and how an individual can be right with God. Addressed to the Church at Rome, the Apostle Paul reveals God s eternal plan for salvation, Christian baptism, the life of the Spirit, the Church as the community of the redeemed, and the victory of the Gospel of Christ within history, that all nations might believe and obey Him.
NT401
Miracles Of Jesus And The Apostles
This is a detailed study of the miracles of healing and deliverance performed by Jesus and His Apostles as recorded in the Four Gospels and Acts. Special attention will be given to the source of their authority, power, and methods with special application to ministers and believers today.
NT461
NT461 is a comprehensive overview of the last days of the Old Covenant age and the establishment of the New Covenant administration of the Kingdom of heaven according to Jesus and His apostles. NT461 is divided into four major parts and utilizes Dr. Kouri's teaching notes and video teaching.
In Part I Dr. Kouri deals with the preaching and teaching of Jesus during the last week of His Ministry. It includes His triumphal entry, the cleansing of the Temple, the parable of the Wicked Tenants, the parable of the Wedding Feast, Jesus' prophecy about the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple, and His amazing explanation of His prophecy in His Olivet Discourse.
In Part II he deals with Jesus' chronology of the Messianic Kingdom. This includes an in depth study of the outline or chronological order of Jesus' parable of the Wedding feast, the Olivet Discourse, and Jesus' prophecy recorded by John in the Book of Revelation.
In Part III, Dr. Kouri deals with Jesus amazing prophecy about the times of the Gentiles recorded in Luke 21:24. This part includes Jesus' understanding of the fulfillment of the vision of the prophets of Israel regarding Messiah's Day and the times of the Gentiles (i.e. the conversion of the nations and peace on earth as envisioned by the prophets).
Finally, in Part IV Dr. Kouri unfolds Romans 11, Paul's commentary on Jesus prophecy concerning the fulfillment of the times of the Gentiles in Luke 21:24. And based upon Paul's revelation of the fullness of the Gentiles and the fullness of the Jews, Dr. Kouri closes Part IV with a Kingdom scenario about the future salvation of the gentile nations, which includes the Arabs, and the provocation of the Jewish people to jealousy, which will result in the future conversion of the fullness of the Jewish people. If you enjoyed Dr. Kouri's book "The Sign of the Kingdom", you will love this provocative course of study, as it is much more comprehensive.

This course is a Bachelor level course, but it is required as a prerequisite for both the Master's and Doctoral degrees.
Under the Teacher Column: Dr. George Kouri

NT463
Revelation of John
Perhaps the most important book in the New Testament Canon, the Book of Revelation is a prophecy given by Jesus to the Apostle John to encourage Christians at a time in their early history when persecution and the very real threat of martyrdom were causing their faith to waiver. The Old Covenant age was about to come to an end with the judgment of God upon Jerusalem and destruction of the temple. The New Covenant age was being inaugurated and revealed. While the message of the Book of Revelation carried strength and encouragement to the early Church, it also still speaks to us in the 21st century. Although there exists enormous controversy surrounding the interpretation of this highly symbolic book, it nevertheless has a clear message regarding the present administration of the Kingdom of God and Christ's rule over the nations today. This course is designed to help clear up the confusion and give the student a greater understanding of the Revelation of Jesus Christ.
NT464 Eschatology of Paul A careful study of the last days of the Old Covenant as taught by the Apostle. Careful attention is given to the distinction Paul makes between the end of the Old Covenant age that was to take place soon and the end of the present evil age that will take place at the final appearing of the Lord.
NT465
Hebrews: The Apostolic Letter Of Better Things
The Epistle to the Hebrews is a study of the Christian faith in contrast to that of the Mosaic system. In this course the student will discover; Jesus Christ as the Apostle and High Priest of the New Covenant, the Apostles' Doctrine of the New Covenant and its Superiority over the Old Covenant with a better Priesthood, a better sacrifice, a better Covenant, the continuity and fulfillment of the promises of God, the life and heritage of faith, and importance of the community of believers. Altogether this is an epistle of better things for the Christian believer.
NT470
Life And Ministry Of Jesus
This course is a detailed study of the life and ministry of Jesus based on a harmony of the four Gospels. Special attention will be given to His genealogy and birth, the ministry of John and the baptism of Jesus, the Messianic consciousness of Jesus and the Messianic secret, the diverse apostolic campaigns of Jesus in Judea, Galilee, Perea, His special focus upon the training of the twelve, His passion week, His resurrection and ascension.
Old Testament Studies
OT130
History of Old Covenant Israel 
A study of the call, deliverance out of Egypt, and formation of the Old Testament people, the conquest of Canaan, the apostasy and fall of the nation, and their prophetic and typical significance for the Kingdom of Christ and His Church, the New Israel. This course provides a historical overview and a survey of the prophetic and typical significance of the Old Testament.
OT131
Old Testament Survey
An accelerated survey of the Books of the Old Testament, emphasizing the background, theme, outline, and key passages and highlights of each book. Special attention is given to the promises God made to the fathers regarding the coming of the Messiah and the hope of Israel regarding Messiah's Kingdom.
OT150
Prophets and Prophecy In The Old Testament Age
A study of the place of the prophet in the council's of heaven, the ministry and role of the Old Testament prophet, and how the word of the Lord came to the prophet and how that word was governed.
OT200
Theology of the Old Testament
A study of the distinctives of the theology of the Kingdom of the Old Testament, and it's role in preparing the way for the coming of the Lord Jesus and the distinctives of the theology of the Kingdom of the New Testament.
OT210
Pentateuch
A study of the five books of the law of Moses. Special emphasis will be placed on promises God made to Adam, Abraham, and the significance of prophetic typology of the redemption of Israel from Egypt and the ordinances of the Mosaic Covenant  (the Prophet like Moses motif, the Tabernacle and the Levitical sacrifices, the feasts of Israel, the plan to conquer Canaan,  the order of encampments and the order of march for Israel as the army of God).
OT215
Feasts of Israel
A critical study of the prophetic significance and typology of Israel's feasts.
OT220
Tabernacle of Moses
A critical study of the prophetic significance of the Exodus for Christ and his Church, the ordering of the encampments and march of Israel as the army of God, and the typological and prophetic significance of the Tabernacle of Moses.
OT225 The  Book of Judges A study of the confusion and defeat experienced by Israel as, "every man did what was right in his own eye." Special emphasis will be given to the prophetic significance of this Old Testament book to the problems facing the Lord's Church  today.
OT230 Joshua's Conquest of Canaan A study of the Book of Joshua and the prophetic significance of Israel's conquest of Canaan for Christ, His  Church, and the conquest of the kingdoms of this world.
OT235 History of the Kings of Israel A chronological study of the history of the Kings of  Israel found in I and II Kings and I and II Chronicles. Special attention will be given to the prophetic significance of King David for Christ, His Kingdom, and His Church, the reasons the kingdom of David divided and fell into ruin, and the decline and fall of both the Northern and Southern kingdoms.
OT300
Minor Prophets
A study of the minor prophets like Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obidiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zachariah, and Malachi. Emphasis will be given to the historical background and occasion for the prophet's ministry, the major themes, and the Messianic or Kingdom content.
OT330
Tabernacle of David
Contrary to what many think, the tabernacle of David is not the same thing as the tabernacle of the Ark of the Covenant erected over the Ark of the Covenant. Instead this phrase is specifically used by the prophets to refer to the restoration of David's Kingdom and house.  While worship is an important aspect of the restoration of the tabernacle of David the primary issue is the restoration of David's Kingdom or the establishment of Messiah's Kingdom.  BS330 is a critical study of the promise God made to build David a house and the interrelation of David's house and God's house. When Jesus died, He redeemed the tabernacle of David, David's Kingdom or house. When God raised Jesus, He raised-up Zion and moved the throne or seat of David's Kingdom from the earthly into the heavenly and established it at His own right hand in heaven. Jesus of Nazareth, David's greater Son is ruling the nations today from the throne of David at the right hand of God in heaven.
OT405
Isaiah, Prophet of The  New Creation
This is a critical study of the prophet Isaiah. Next to David, Isaiah has the greatest revelation of Christ and His Kingdom of anyone in the Old Testament.  Isaiah saw by the Spirit of prophecy the ministry of John the baptist, Christ's ministry of preaching and teaching, His miracles of healing, His gathering and training of the twelve apostles, His suffering and death, His descent into hell, His victory over Satan and sin and death and hell in the resurrection, the establishment of the New Covenant in His body and blood, His enthronement on the throne of David on a heavenly Mt. Zion, the raising-up  and establishment of the New Jerusalem as the mother of the saints of God, the outpouring of the Spirit, the bringing forth of many sons to glory, the gathering of the remnant of Israel, the destruction of apostate Israel and the harlot City of Jerusalem, all nations coming to the light of the Church's rising, learning Christ and beating their swords into plowshares.
OT500
Ezekiel: Vision of The Son of Man
A critical study of the the prophet Ezekiel who in the Spirit saw the Son of man riding the clouds of heaven in power and glory. By the Spirit he also saw the Harlotry and apostasy of Old Covenant Israel and the abomination of the House of God, and against the backdrop of the coming judgment of God, Ezekiel saw a spiritual vision of the New Israel (the Church) being raised up as a great army. By the Spirit of the Lord Ezekiel saw the New Temple (the Church) and the river of God flowing out of it and healing the nations in Messiah's day.
OT605
Daniel, Time Prophet

Daniel is the great time prophet of the Old Testament. The Lord revealed to Daniel that in the days of the Roman Empire Messiah's Kingdom would be establish. Later the Lord sent Gabriel to show Daniel the exact time of Messiah's coming; 483 years after the degree to rebuild Jerusalem (this is after it's destruction by the King of Babylon) the Messiah would appear to Israel. This prophecy was literally fulfilled by the baptism of Jesus by John, and as the voice of God declared, "This is my beloved Son..." Three and a half years later Jesus was crucified or "cut off" exactly as Gabriel had declared.  When Jesus began His ministry forty days later, He boldly declared, "the time is fulfilled, the Kingdom of heaven is at hand..." What "time" was Jesus referring to? The time spoken of by Daniel the prophet. In this same prophecy Daniel prophesies the end of the Old Covenant age and the establishment of Messiah's administration of the Kingdom of heaven.

The School of Ministry and Applied Theology
Apostolic Ministry
AM100
Apostles & Prophets
An introductory study of the ministries of apostles and prophets in the New Testament and their mnistry today.
AM110
Signs & Wonders, Demonstrating The Kingdom Today
A study of signs and wonders in the ministry of Jesus and the first Apostles and their relevance in demonstrating the Kingdom of God. This is a foundational study for power evangelism and for working miracles today.
AM120
Understanding Spiritual Authority
AM126
Covenant Relationships
A study of New Covenant relationships: with a special emphasis on understanding Kingdom initiation (putting off Adam and putting on Christ), placement in the household of faith, and practical principles for developing and maintaining covenant relationships.
AM130
Spiritual Fatherhood: Fathering Offspring Unto God
This course deals with the ministry of apostles and others in bringing sons and daughters into the Kingdom of Heaven and teaching them how to behave in the household of faith.
AM190
Spiritual Formation For Ministry
This course will challenge the student to develop a spiritual life that empowers ministry for a lifetime. Through the readings, writings, and other projects and exercises, the student will discover how to integrate spiritual life with ministry, often referred to as ministering out of the overflow.
AM200 Managing & Resolving Conflict In Church Life An introduction to the nature of conflict and resolution techniques. This course is designed for persons in leadership roles in the Church, community or workplace. Topics include: managing conflict, the resolution process, strategic planning, and the integration of biblical principles in the resolution process. It is a required course for all those involved in governmental offices in the Church, i.e. apostles and elders.
AM205
Apostolic and Prophetic Worship
This is an introductory study of the apostles' and prophets' revelation of Davidic worship and the early development of liturgy during the apostolic era of the Church's history.
AM207 God's Agenda For The 21st Century The 21st Century will be an Apostolic Century. But this will not happen without a true Apostolic reformation.  This course deals with what God is doing to restore the revelation of Christ and His Kingdom Jesus entrusted to the original apostles and the restoration of the fellowship of the apostles. It deals with exactly what it is going to take for an Apostolic reformation.  It is a study of what God is doing today to revive his work, restore the Kingdom foundations of his House and reform Christ's Church, so that the Church may function as one Holy Apostolic Church in the earth, possess cities and nations and fill all things with the glory of God.
AM210
Paul & Building Apostolic Teams
An in depth study of Paul and his apostolic company. Learn how to recognize, test or prove, and maintain divine connections, and how to develop apostolic team ministry.
AM250
Work of Apostles & Apostolic Companies In The 21st Century
This course is a special study of the calling and work of apostles and apostolic companies as established and demonstrated by Jesus the Christ, the Chief Apostle and the twelve who trained and served together with Him as members of His apostolic company, by Peter and the eleven apostles of the Lamb, and last but not least by Paul, the arch-type of all ascension-gift apostles, and his company as recorded in the Canon of the New Testament.

Careful attention will be given to Scriptural definitions, Kingdom mandates and requirements, apostolic models and strategies, and an evaluation of the work of apostolic ministry over the last 2000 years with special application to the current apostolic movement.

The goal of this course is to understand the work of apostles and apostolic companies for the 21st Century.

AM270
Heart of Apostolic Ministry
The focus of this course is on the heart and vision of apostolic ministry and the dynamics of being led by the Holy Spirit, in contrast to the mechanics and technical out-workings of apostolic leadership. Here professor and author George Kouri guides the student through a Biblical study of apostolic ministry in light of the apostolic ministry of Jesus with special application to the contemporary apostolic movement.
AM300
Apostles and Prophets, and Possessing Cities and Nations
Apostles and Prophets, and Possessing Cities and Nations is a New Testament study of the calling, preparation, ministry, and office of Apostles and Prophets with a strong emphasis on their role and function in the work of the Kingdom and the Church today.
AM305
Understanding and Restoring Apostolic Foundations for the New Creation
This is a study in apostolic and prophetic preaching and teaching, administrating the ordinances and sacraments of the New Covenant and the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, with a strong emphasis on structuring and ordering New Testament Church life locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
AM310
Apostolic and Prophetic Prayer and Spiritual Warfare
This is a study of the importance of Kingdom faith (the faith that Jesus is Lord and King) and the prayer of command in driving back the powers of darkness and taking territory for the Kingdom of God. Special emphasis will be given to the priority of prayer in the foundational work of apostles and prophets, as well as, in the Church's ongoing warfare with the kingdom of darkness. Emphasis will also be given to the nature and importance of apostolic and prophetic decrees in the work of the Church in dealing with civil governments and nations.
AM311
Apostolic Government, Thousand-fold Blessing  & the Transfer of Wealth
A study of the importance of valid spiritual government, divine placement, and spiritual connectedness in releasing the thousand-fold blessing of increase, and enabling the saints to possess cities and nations and eat the wealth of the wicked.
AM320
Apostles, Prophets, & Church Government
This is a biblical study of Church government together with a review of Church history and an evaluation of the prevailing governmental structures. The goal of this course is to equip contemporary Church leaders with a view to the restoration and the reformation of the Lord's Church. The course deals in depth with the practical issues involved in developing the fellowship of the apostles, valid citywide presbyteries, regional apostolic and prophetic councils, national and international conferences of apostles and bishops.
AM325
Extending the Kingdom Through Fatherhood
A study of how God the Father extends the power and glory of the Kingdom of heaven into the earth through fatherhood: the fatherhood of true spiritual fathers, godly domestic fathers, and righteous or just civil fathers.
AM330
Developing the Deaconate
A study of the Biblical qualifications and ministry of deacons in relationship to the work of the Kingdom and the Church.
AM350
Prophetic Models For An Apostolic Reformation
A study of three great reformations of Old Covenant Israel, as Joshua replaces Moses, David replaces Saul, and Ezra and Nehemiah leave Babylon and rebuild the Temple and the City of Jerusalem. AM350 will focus on the prophetic significance and the strategies of these reformations for the Apostolic reformation today.
AM400
Apostolic and Prophetic Preaching and Teaching
This is a study of the preaching and teaching ministry of Jesus and the New Testament Apostles and Prophets with special emphasis on the apostles' doctrine (the doctrine of Christ), the importance of the proper stewardship of the mysteries of Christ and His Kingdom, and what it means to preach the Gospel fully or in demonstration of Spirit and power with signs following.
AM410
Imprecatory Psalms, Praying The Justice Prayers of The Church
A study of the imprecatory Psalms as they were understood and used by Jesus and the apostles to release God's righteous judgments into the earth. This course deals with the governmental prayers of the Church exemplified in the instruction of Jesus, to His disciples, "command this mountain, be thou removed and be thou cast into the sea...." Required Materials: Professor’s Printed Notes, CD’s from teacher's seminar in South Africa, and the textbook, War Psalms Of The Prince Of Peace by James E. Adams
AM420
Spiritual Conquest: Taking Cities and Nations
This study of Deuteronomy in light of the Gospels and Acts deals with Biblical principles of covenant promise and spiritual conquest. Special emphasis will be given to the Land Covenant in both the Old Testament and as understood by Jesus and the Apostles of the first century. Attention will also be given to the importance of valid spiritual government (apostles and elders) and structure in the army of God's spiritual conquest of cities and nations.
AM430 Conquering Nations Through Prayer & Fasting This course is a study of the the teaching of Jesus and His apostles regarding the prayer of command and Kingdom faith as it relates to the Church's Kingdom mission to conquer Satan's kingdom and possess the gates of our enemies. Special attention will be given to the importance of the Lord's Day as a General Church meeting (see Hebrews 12:22-24) and the Church's Kingdom responsibility to extend the scepter of King Jesus by praying for kings and nations. 
AM431
Structuring and Ordering Church Life
This is a practical study for those called to governmental offices of Apostle or Pastor that deals with, "how to order and structure the Lord's Church." Special attention will be given to New Testament principles, patterns, and their application in the Apostolic Reformation on structuring various meetings, ministries, outreaches, and governmental offices.
AM504
New Apostolic Reformation
A study of the New Testament pattern of apostolic ministry and Church planting practiced by Jesus and His apostles in the 1st century. Special attention will be given to the theological and ecclesiastical changes that have occurred throughout the history of Christianity and the paradigm shifts and the apostolic strategies and structures needed to birth a true apostolic reformation in the 21st century.
AM705 Church Discipline & Church Courts The Apostle Paul declared that the saints of God will judge angels and admonished the saints not to go to court against one another in the world system. Before the saints can judge angels, we must judge governments and nations. Before we can judge governments and nations we must judge ourselves. This is an advanced study of the responsibility of the Church to discipline and judge itself. How is this to be done? What governmental structure will it take? How was this done in the early Church? How has this been understood and practiced throughout the history of the Church? 
AM805 Apostles, Apostolic Companies, & Kingdom Civilization A study of the work of apostles as Christ's ambassadors sent to offer governments and nations a treaty of peace, raise up the Lord's Church as an alternate society in every city and nation, and teach them how to live as sons and daughters of the Kingdom, thus developing Kingdom civilization or culture. 
Prophetic Ministry
PM105 Gift of Prophecy, the Spirit of Prophecy and the Ministry of the Prophet An introduction to the gift of prophecy, the Spirit of prophesy, the ministry of the prophet, and what it means to be the prophetic Church.
PM107 Ministries of Apostles and Prophets and The Apostolic and Prophetic Church How apostles and prophets can and must work together to extend the Christ's Kingdom and build the apostolic and prophetic Church.
PM200
Prophetic Ministry and Church Gatherings
Prophetic Ministry and Gatherings of the Church is a study of the nature of prophesy, the principles and practice of conducting a prophetic gathering in the context of a local congregation, the Church of the city, or a larger regional, national, or international gathering of the Church.
PM201
Principles for Judging Prophecy
Prophecy must be judged or it will be despised. This is a study of the Scriptural principles for judging and governing prophecy.
PM205
Training and Activation in Prophetic Ministry
A practical study aimed at training leaders in how to activate and train the saints to flow in the gift of prophesy, the Spirit of prophesy, and prophetic ministry.
PM300
Personal Prophecy and Spiritual Warfare
A study of the importance of prophetic ministry in identifying and confirming ministry gifts, and in empowering God's ministers to fight the good fight of faith.
PM305 Interpreting Dreams and Visions A study of the nature and importance of dreams and visions and principles for interpreting them.
PM307
Prayer and Spiritual Warfare
This is a study of the the nature of spiritual warfare and importance and power of prayer in the life of the individual believer and in the Church's corporate warfare.
PM400
Spiritual Warfare: Behind the Scenes
A behind the scenes look at the spiritual principalities, authorities, powers, and rulers of the darkness of this present evil age that are arrayed against the saints and the Church of Jesus Christ for the cities and nations of the earth; it is also a study of the mighty weapons of the Church's warfare and the angelic hosts of heaven who are arrayed with the saints in this mighty spiritual battle.
PM410
Spiritual Mapping
A study of how to discover the demonic princes or territorial spirits operating in a city, nation, or region by studying the practical history of the demonic or evil activities that have taken place over the years or that continue to be manifested.
AM350
Prophetic Models For A New Apostolic Reformation
This is a study of the prophetic significance for the present Apostolic Reformation of the dramatic change of Israel's leadership from Moses to Joshua and from Saul to David, and the reformation that resulted. It also includes a study of the principles and the prophetic significance of Ezra and Nehemiah's rebuilding of the Temple, Zion, and the Nation of Israel
Pastoral Ministry
PAS105
Christian Stewardship and Building Wealth
This is the study of the biblical principles of tithing, seed-faith giving, giving of alms, and Kingdom principles of economic development and money management.
PAS106
Equipping Saints To Reign In Life
This is a study in Kingdom principles of prayer, praise and worship, covenant relationships, marriage and family life, financial stewardship and biblical economics, ministry and service.
PAS110
Developing Intimacy with God: Personal and Family Devotion
A study of the pastor's role, strategies, and methods for developing the saints in personal and family worship, prayer, and devotional life.
PAS200
Spiritual Healing and Caring Souls
This is a study of healing, deliverance from demonic strongholds, and the personal care of individual souls and family units, with a strong emphasis on the pastor's inner healing and counseling ministry.
PAS205
Establishing and Maintaining Covenant Relationships
Establishing and Maintaining Covenant Relationships is a study of Divine placement, spiritual connections, and interpersonal relationships in the New Covenant with an emphasis on covenant loyalty.
PAS210
Ministering the Gift of The Spirit & Imparting the Gifts
Ministering the Gift and Releasing the Gifts and Manifestations of the Holy Spirit is a biblical study enabling the pastor to understand the gifts and operations of the Spirit and to effectively release individual believers and the flock of God into the flow of the Holy Spirit.
PAS212
Dating, Courtship, and Marriage
A study of the dangers and problems that are a consequence of modern presuppositions and practices of dating and courtship in light of Biblical principles and patterns of courtship, marriage and human sexuality.
PAS213
Ministry of Helps
A study of the Biblical principles and patterns related to developing the ministry of helps.
PAS300
Feeding God's Flock
Feeding the Flock of God is a biblical study of the public preaching and teaching ministry of the pastor with an emphasis on the apostles' doctrine and teaching believers to obey all Christ has commanded.
PAS305
Understanding and Administrating the Ordinances and Holy Sacraments.
This course is aimed at helping the pastor to understand and administrate the ordinances or Holy Sacraments of New Testament Christianity. It will include a biblical and historical study of the nature and efficacy of the ordinances and sacraments of the New Covenant with an emphasis on releasing and liberating the believer and empowering them with the grace of God for victorious Christian living.
PAS306
Christian Marriage and Family Life
The family is the basic unit of society and of Church life. The sexual revolution, the gay and feminist movements of the 20th and 21st centuries are satanic strategies to destroy marriage, family, and ultimately the Church in order to thwart the advancement of Christ's Kingdom. PAS306 is study of God's order in creation and Kingdom principles for godly marriage and stable family life.
PAS307
Dynamics & Scope of Pastoral Ministry 
A study of the nature, responsibility, scope, strategies and methods of pastoral ministry. Special attention will be given to the pastor's role in laying foundations for Kingdom living, the preaching and teaching ministry, the training and development of the individual believers and the family units in his charge. Attention will also be given to the pastor's role in the development of the congregation's corporate life, i.e. the corporate worship and the ministry outreaches in a community. Finally, attention will be given to the pastor's role as an elder in the city or locality and how to incorporate or involve his congregation or allotment of believers with the larger Church or Christian community in a city. 
PAS308
Developing Ministry Teams
A study of the nature and importance of team ministry, and of various proven strategies and methods for developing team ministry. 
PAS400
Pastoral Care and Counseling
A study of the nature and scope of the pastor's role as a spiritual care-giver and councilor. Special attention will be given to Biblical principles, models, and practices.
PAS600
Pastoral Theology
A study of the theology of pastoral ministry with special attention to the theology of the Kingdom and the model and practices of the Apostolic Church in the first century. Attention will be given to the long history of pastoral ministry and the diverse models and practices followed throughout the history of the church.
PAS601
Cross Cultural Perspectives in Pastoral Care
(To be developed)
PAS603
Preaching: Its Place and Importance in Contemporary Worship
A study of the importance of preaching in pastoral ministry. Special attention will be given to various sermon formats or styles of preaching, i.e. thematic, the homily or expository, topical preaching and teaching, apostolic and prophetic, and evangelistic.
PAS700
Pastoral Care & Church  Leadership
This course deals with the nature and importance of the role of pastor as the primary leader or head of a congregation. Attention will be given to the leadership principles involved in fulfilling this role.
Christian Counseling (Under Development)
CC105
Introduction to Christian Psychology

CC201
Introduction to Christian Counseling

CC202
Deliverance Ministry and Counseling

CC218
Marriage & Family: Parenting on Purpose

CC301
Biblical Inner Healing

CC302
Abnormal Psychology

CC315
Juvenile Ministry in Correctional Setting

CC404
Counseling the Dysfunctional Family

CC408
Child & Adolescent Counseling

CC414
Developing a Counseling Ministry

CC415
Human Development from a Christian Perspective

CC500
Christian Counseling: Theories and Strategies

CC520
Group Dynamics for Christian Counselors

CC530
Conflict Management from a Christian Perspective

CC575
Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: Psychology and Theology

CC580
Crisis Counseling From a Christian Perspective

CC590
Christian Marital and Pre-marital Therapy

CC640
Substance Abuse Therapy from a Christian Perspective

CC680
Family Violence in the Christian Community: Child and Spousal Abuse

CC710
Human Sexuality: A Christian Perspective

CC730
Grief and Loss Counseling from a Christian Perspective

CC750
Psychopathology, Sin, and Demonic Influence

CC760
Psychotherapy, Pastoral Counseling and Inner Healing

CC780
Personality Theory, Therapy, A Christian Worldview

Christian Discipleship (Under Development)
CD101
Dynamic Kingdom Foundations
A study on how to build your life on the Rock of Christ's Kingship.
CD102
Christian Life: Living in The Power Of Your Baptism

CD110
Spiritual Warfare

CD201
Authority of the Believer

CD203
Practical Guides for Prayer and Intercession

CD205
The Healing Covenant

CD209
Faith Dynamics: Kingdom Faith & The prayer of Command

CD210
Blood Covenant

CD213
New Creation Living

CD217
Charismata: Equipped to Serve

CD220
How to be Led by The Holy Spirit

CD307
Finding God's Will

CD433
Hearing God

Teaching Ministry
TM101
Dynamics of Teaching
A study of the teaching methods and techniques of Jesus.
TM500
Teaching For Results
Principles of Christian Education that produce positive results.
Women In Ministry (Under Development)
WM220
The Bible and Women

WM403
Woman's Role in the Kingdom in the 21st Century

WM405
History of Women in Ministry

WM595
Women of The Kingdom: Home, Ministry, Marketplace

WM709
Women in Ministry & Church Government

Youth Ministry (To Be Developed)
YM208
Youth Ministry

YM208
Child & Adolescent Counseling

YM215
Juvenile Ministry in Correctional Settings

The School of Christian Civilization, Transformation of Culture and Social Issues
Christian Civilization
CIV101 Apostolic Architecture for Christian Civilization A study of God's predetermined plan for creation, the New Covenant as the spiritual foundation of Christ's heavenly Kingdom and the Church, discipleship of nations, and transformation of culture. 
CIV200
Kingdom Worldview: Foundations of Christian Civilization
A study of the Kingdom of God as the foundation of order of creation, the Church, and Christian civilization.
CIV205
The Dominion Covenant
A study of Messiah's Kingdom, the New Covenant, and the Church's conquest of Satan's Kingdom (cities, nations, economies, educational structures, political systems), and filling all things.
CIV300
History of World Civilization from a Kingdom Perspective
A study of the rise and fall of civilizations throughout the history, God's created order, Messiah's Kingdom, and the eternal plan and purpose of God.
CIV500
Secular Humanism, Modern Education, and Satan's Strategy to Destroy Christian Civilization
A study of the origins, presuppositions, and goals of secular humanism, modern education as it's instrument, and it's impact on modern civilization.
CIV501
Environmentalism and the Dominion Mandate
(To be developed)
CIV502
Understanding Christ's Kingdom, Social Justice, and the Judgments of God
This is a study of the moral and spiritual government of the universe and the judgments of God with special emphasis on God's governmental order for the family, the Church, Society and the development of Christian civilization.
CIV503
Confronting the Spirit of the Age and Contemporary Issues
This is an in depth examination of the social and political strongholds in modern culture that oppose the advance of Christian Civilization. It is a course on "spiritual warfare"and the nature and scope of the Kingdom Conquest.
CIV504
Kingdom Economics: Creating Wealth & Impacting the Marketplace
A study of Biblical principles of stewardship, the thousand-fold blessing of increase, prosperity and the creation of wealth, and the development of Kingdom strategies and initiatives for impacting the marketplace.
CIV505
Jesus, Sermon on Mount & Social Revolution
A study of the Kingdom ethic of Jesus and how this ethic produces Kingdom culture and transforms society.
CIV510
Confronting Prejudice
This course deals with the importance and methods of confronting prejudice, racism, gender bias, and class warfare in the Church and in the world.
CIV600
Creation Order, Feminism, & Alternate Lifestyles
A careful study of God's plan for men, women, and the family in creation and the Satanic attack on that Divine order by the kingdom of darkness in order to destroy marriage, the family, the Church, and society.
CIV605
Transforming Cities and Nations
This course is a study of the transformation of cities and nations through the preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom, the Church's prayers and intercessions, Her testimony, ministry, and social action.
CIV700
War & Peace, A Kingdom Perspective
A study of the Church's specific role in extending the scepter of King Jesus, lighting the nations and bringing them under the government of the King, praying Kingdom or governmental prayers and releasing the righteous judgments of the Kingdom of heaven, and ultimately establishing peace among the nations of the earth.
CIV702
Christ's Kingdom: Confronting Economic, Social, & Political Injustice
A study of Messiah's Divine mandate to establish justice or righteous judgment in the earth, and the moral and spiritual responsibility of the individual Christians and the General Church to confront injustice, where ever it is found, until the whole earth is filled with righteousness and justice.
CIV705
Dominion Mandate, Kingdom Economics and Globalization
A study of  the dominion mandate given by God the Father to Adam and by Jesus to His apostles and through them to His Church. What are the implications of that mandate on economics, possessing cities and nations, and filling all things with the glory of the sons and daughters of the Kingdom of heaven.
CIV707
Developing Christian Civil Government & The Kingdom
A study of how to evangelize and bring civil governments and nations under the government of King Jesus and establish Godly Civil Government.
CIV708
Christ's Kingdom: Respective Roles of Church & State
A Biblical study of the distinctive roles and responsibilities of Church and State in relationship to Christ's Kingdom. Special attention will be given to the viewpoints of Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Reformed, and contemporary church groups and the practical outworking of the relationship between Church and State historically.  
CIV710
Christ's Kingdom: Nationalism and Globalization
A study of the complex issues involved in maintaining identities as nation states and national boundaries in light of the modern trend towards globalization in light of Christ's Kingdom.
CIV800
Christian Civilization & a Just Social Order
A study of God's eternal purpose, His order of creation, the problem of evil, and the authority and power or means of Christ, His Church, and Civil Government to establish justice among the nations and peoples of the earth.

The School of Christian Leadership and Church Government
CL131
Making of a Leader
This is a study of the Biblical process and principles involved in the making of Christian leaders both in the Church and in the world. Special attention will be given to the pattern and principles revealed in the lives and ministries of the great leaders throughout the history of Old Covenant and New Covenant Israel.
CL200
Principles of Christian Leadership
This is a study of Biblical principles of leadership demonstrated by the great men and women of God in the Bible. Special attention will be given to training leaders for the work of God.
CL210
Effective Tools for Self Management
This course is a practical study in the use of simple management tools to accomplish ministry or work assignments. Emphasis will be given to the use of calendars and day-timers in time management, the importance of keeping journals, the necessity of establishing measurable goals, the use of organization flowcharts, and etc..
AM320 Apostolic & Prophetic Church Government (See the course description under the Apostolic Ministry Section of the School of Ministry And Applied Theology.)
CL420
Holy Orders and Ordination
This course deals with the differences between the divine call of God to fivefold ministry and to mission, the ordination of the Lord by the Spirit and affirmed by the laying on of hands (the Lord's commission or Holy orders), and the governmental offices of the Lord's Church and installation to office or Church government. It carefully explores the Scriptural distinction between fivefold ministry and the governmental offices of the Church as delineated in the Canon of the New Testament. Special attention will also be given to various theological views and practices throughout the history of the Church.
CL620
Growth Dynamics of New Apostolic Churches
There were two primary forms of growth in the early Apostolic Church. The first was apostolic Church planting by apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers working together in apostolic companies. The second was the body making increase of itself as each individual saint found placement in the household of faith and the joints supplied the needs of the members and the body. This is a critical study and evaluation of the philosophy, methods, strategies, and structures being developed in the New Apostolic movement in light of the philosophy, methods, strategies, and structures of Jesus and the original apostolic movement.
CL700
Church Growth and Leadership
A study of the role of Christian ministers and Church leaders in developing the character and ministries of individual saints to empower Church growth.
WM709
Women in Ministry & Church Government 
(See this course description under Ministry of Women in the School of Ministry and Applied Theology above.)
The School of Church Administration and Christian Education (Under Development)
Christian Education
CE301
Philosophy and Principles of Christian Education

CE402
Administration of Christian Schools

CE403
Curriculum Development in Christian Schools

CE405
Educational Psychology: A Christian Perspective

CE406
Funding of Christian Education

CE407
Legal Issues in Christian Education

CE410
Teaching Methodology from a Christian Perspective

CE412
Christian Education for Adults

CE600
Christian Education of Children

CE620
Christian Education of Youth

CE770
Educational Leadership for Private School and Church

Church Administration
CA301
Church Leadership and Administration

CA400
Christian Business Administration

CA500
Law and Christian Business Management

CA700
Philosophy of Church Corporate Management

The School of Comparative Religion and Apologetics
Comparative Religion and Apologetics (Under Development)
CR200
Cults and the Occult

CR400
Clash of Civilizations and Christian Mission

CR405
Introduction to Sociology of Religion

CR500
Christian Apologetics and Comparative Religions

Islamic Studies
IS300
Origins of Islam
This course traces the origins and roots of Islam with a major emphasis on Mohammad, the historical development and spread of Islam, and the writing and interpretation of the Koran.
IS505
Islamic Fundamentalism and Apostolic Mission
This is a critical study of the origins and essential beliefs of Islamic fundamentalism, it's goal of world conquest, and the imperative and means of Christ's Church confronting Islamic Fundamentalism in fulfilling it's own apostolic mission.
The School of Davidic Worship and Church Music
Worship
DW100
Personal & Family Worship
Jesus said the heavenly Father is seeking worshipers who will worship in Spirit and truth. It is difficult to lead a congregation into true spiritual worship if the people that make up the congregation are not filled with the Spirit and do not practice personal and family worship. This course deals with the importance and techniques of personal and family worship.
DW105
Principles of Praise and Worship
Everything of value in the Christian life comes out of our vertical relationship with God. This is a study of the vital importance of praise and worship in maintaining a vibrant personal and corporate relationship with God and in experiencing total victory in spiritual warfare. Special attention will be given to Biblical patterns and spiritual principles of praise and worship.
DW110
Introduction to Principles and Practice of Davidic Worship
This is a special study of the principles and patterns of worship inaugurated during the reign of King David. Special attention will be given to the importance of the processional (rank and order), ascensional (going up by the Spirit to the heavenly Zion), liturgical (ordered or directed worship), and militant (aggressively pushing back darkness and taking territory) aspects of Davidic worship with a critical application to contemporary worship.
DW205
Apostolic and Prophetic Worship
This is a study of the apostles' and prophets' revelation of Davidic worship, and it's development during the first several centuries of Church history.
DW206
Leading Worship
This course deals with the nature and the various dimensions, modes, or aspects of Davidic worship. Attention will be given on how to prepare, as well as, lead singers, dancers, musicians, and the congregation into the presence of the Lord. Attention will also be given to how to recruit and develop special groups of singers, choirs, dance groups, and drama teams in order to minister to diverse ethnic, cultural, and generational groups.
DW240
Prophetic Song & The Song of The Lord
A study of the nature and importance of the Song of the Lord in corporate worship. Attention will be given to how to train singers and musicians and activate the congregation in this mode of worship.
DW310
Table of the Lord: Lord's Supper, Covenant Meal, & Messiah's Banquet
This is a very important study of the Church's central act of worship, the celebration of the Eucharist. Special attention will be given to reconciling and applying the different modes or aspects of this ordinance or sacrament as the Lord's Supper, Covenant Meal, Abraham's Banquet, Messiah's Banquet, and as the Wedding Supper of the Lamb.
DW330
Developing the Worship Team
A practical study dealing with principles and methods for developing and maintaining  a harmonious and effective worship team.
DW400
Theology of Music
This is a study of Scriptural principles and patterns with respect to the place of music in worship. Attention will be given to the various theologies of music throughout the history of the Church, as well as the role of leadership, choirs, instruments, and dancers.
DW410
Typology of Tabernacle of Moses, David, & Feasts of Israel
This is a special study of Biblical principles and patterns of worship, and their significance and fulfillment in the Church's worship today. Special attention will be given to the spiritual principles revealed for entering God's presence, corporate worship, and to the relationship of the Feasts of Israel and the Church's Calendar with their potential enhancement of the Church's corporate celebrations.
DW419
Contemporary Worship:  Strengths & Weaknesses
A critical study of the philosophy or underlying presuppositions of contemporary worship, it's values, style, and personal preferences. Special attention will be given to the strengths and weaknesses of this emphasis in worship from a Biblical and historical viewpoint.
DW430
Liturgy: Ancient Principles, Patterns, and Contemporary Applications
This course deals with the ministry of Christ at the right hand of God, as King and High Priest of the New Covenant, and the Church's corporate worship and prayer. Special attention will be given to the varied spiritual insights and revelations expressed in the various liturgies of the Church: Latin, Eastern Orthodox, Reformed, Evangelical, Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Contemporary.
DW500
Using Drama in Worship & in Developing Church Life
(To be developed)
The School of Evangelism And Missions
EM100
History of Revival Movements
This is a study of the distinctive contributions to an apostolic reformation of the revivals under Wesley, Edwards, Finney, Moody, Billy Graham, Oral Roberts, T.L. Osborn and Reinhold Bohnke.
EM105
Spirit-led or Prophetic Evangelism
This course is a study of how Jesus was led always by the Spirit in His interaction with people. He often received a word of knowledge, a word of wisdom, or a prophetic word for them. At other times he was able to pray for their needs and release the miracle working power of God. Those to whom He ministered in this way where always amazed and often experienced the miracle power of God to meet their needs. Any Spirit-filled believer can minister in this way and see the power of God released for miracles of healing and deliverance and for the salvation of souls.
EM110
Peter Package: Kingdom Initiation
This is a study of how Peter and his fellow apostles brought sinners out of the kingdom of darkness and into the Kingdom of God. It is a study in the work of the the Holy Spirit, the preacher, and the Word of the King in conversion, the new birth, and helping people find valid placement in the Church Jesus Christ.
EM130
Theology of Evangelism
What does it mean to be lost? What does it mean to be saved? How can a person be born again? This is a very special course for apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers, and soul winners to help them to understand the lost estate of mankind and the mercy and grace of God in Christ. It is a simple study of the New Testament principles involved in bringing people out of Satan's Kingdom into Christ's Kingdom, out of death into life, out of darkness into light, and out of Adam into Christ.
EM200
God's Generals
This is a study of lives and ministries of outstanding men and women who have moved mightily in the power of God in the winning of souls and impacting nations.
EM205
Apostolic Church Planting
This is a study of the message and methods of Jesus the Chief Apostle and His company, Peter and his company, and Paul and his company.  What did they preach? How did they bring people into the Kingdom and the Church? How did they structure and order Church life? How did the reproduce and train ministers?
EM300
Preaching the Gospel of the King with Miracles
This is a study of the preaching of Jesus, Peter, and Paul, and what it means to "preach the Gospel fully" or in demonstration of Spirit and have the Word of the Kingdom confirmed with signs, wonders, and miracles of healing.
EM302
History of Modern Missions
This is a critical study of the history of modern missions, with an effort to understand the message preached, the methods employed, and the fruit obtained. We will measure the success of various mission efforts in light of the message and methods of Jesus and the first apostles.
EM305
Campus Ministry
(To be developed)
EM310
Church in Inner City and Urban Missions
(To be developed)
EM400
Native Religions, Indigenous Peoples, and Christian Mission
This course is specifically designed for those who plan to work or are presently working with Native/Indigenous people. Students will learn about God s cultural mandate in relation to the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, and explore God's sovereign preparation by the Spirit in the religious backgrounds for all people groups to receive the preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom.
EM405
Multi-Cultural Ministry
((To be developed)
EM600
Theology of Missions
(To be developed)
The School of Media and Communication (Under Development)
MC100
Role of Media In Communicating the Message of the Kingdom and Building Christ's Church

MC200 Media: Empowering Pastoral Leadership