Fall 2020 Course Descriptions

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Writing Techniques I - #9004

Course #9004 is designed to prepare students for writing assignments as they progress through the COPP program of study.   Emphasis will be placed on the development of paragraph or topic sentences to thesis-driven essays.

 

Survey of Romans - #1089

Course #1089 is designed to give the student an overview of the major issues presented in Paul’s doctrinal letter to the Roman Christians.  

 

Christianity and Contemporary Issues - #8066

Course #8066 is designed to challenge students to identify and confront contemporary issues that affect the church, home, and community.   Students will also think through practical solutions and approaches to immediate and emerging social and ecclesiological concerns.

 

Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts - #7024

Course #7024 is designed to help students understand who God has uniquely made them to be.  After gaining this understanding, students will understand where they best fit as they move into a meaningful area of service in the body of Christ. 

 

 

Survey of John - #1079

Course #1079 is designed to focus on the uniqueness of the gospel of John.   The specific features that distinguish John’s gospel from the Synoptic Gospels will be explored as well as John’s writings and the ministry of Jesus Christ.

 

The Computer in the Life of the Church - #9024

Course #9024 is designed to train pastors, office workers, as well as Christian educators who desire to effectively utilize computer technology in the church.   

 

Women in the New Testament – Course 1114

Course 1114 is designed to engage students in a study of the biblical women in the New Testament and their contributions to the growth and development of the early church.  The unique roles of Mary (mother of Jesus) and Elizabeth (mother of John the Baptizer) will be examined.

 

Debt-Free Living Seminar

This seminar is designed to help participants discover God’s design for money and how it may best glorify Him to manage it.