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ACADEMIC COURSE DESCRIPTION

Courses 100-113


103-A WHAT THE BIBLE IS ALL ABOUT - PART 1 - FALL 103-B WHAT THE BIBLE IS ALL ABOUT - PART 2 - SPRING A survey of the entire Bible. A basic understanding of Genesis to Revelation. 104-A GROWING TOWARD SPIRITUAL MATURITY - PART 1 - FALL 104-B GROWING TOWARD SPIRITUAL MATURITY - PART 2 - SPRING This course will help you become more intentional in Bible study, prayer, lifestyle choices, evangelism, and spiritual gifts, through identifying and understanding how we grow spiritually toward Christ-likeness. 105 YOUR MINISTRY OF EVANGELISM - FALL This class provides complete instruction for helping the “persons in the pew” to understand their role in local church evangelistic ministry and how to be effective in leading others to Christ. 106 BIBLICAL BELIEFS - FALL A basic yet inspiring study of the Doctrines of Salvation, the inspiration of the Scriptures, the Church, angels, and end-time events. 107 UNDERSTANDING PEOPLE - SPRING A course that gives insight into people's personalities, experiences, interests, and needs. An excellent study for Christian parents and teachers. 108 THE TRIUNE NATURE OF GOD - SPRING Biblical teaching about God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit taught in non-technical language. 109-A OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY - PART 1 LAW & HISTORY, GENESIS ~ ESTHER - FALL A sweeping overview of God’s working from creation through the early days of His chosen people, with a focus on law and history. 109-B OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY - PART 2 POETRY & PROPHECY, JOB ~ MALACHI - SPRING The message of the books of Job through Malachi gives insight into God’s dealing with His people. The study focuses on the writings of the prophets and how their message is relevant to the Church today. 110 NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY - FALL The class that brings unity and chronology to the New Testament, from Matthew to Revelation. This study weaves the contents of the books around a central theme, the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. 111 CHRISTIAN ETHICS - SPRING The course explores a synthesis of all three, viewed through the lens of Scripture, to formulate a strategy for today. Critical ethical questions on abortion, euthanasia, bioethics, human sexuality, politics, war, capital punishment, work, race, the arts, and the environment are threads that weave the moral fabric to which believers must come to terms. 112-A COUNSELING — PART 1 - FALL 112-B COUNSELING — PART 2 - SPRING The comprehensive course which deals with relational and behavioral issues affecting individuals and families. 113-A ENGLISH 101 - FALL 113-B ENGLISH 102 - SPRING





Courses 100-113


103-A WHAT THE BIBLE IS ALL ABOUT - PART 1 - FALL 103-B WHAT THE BIBLE IS ALL ABOUT - PART 2 - SPRING A survey of the entire Bible. A basic understanding of Genesis to Revelation. 104-A GROWING TOWARD SPIRITUAL MATURITY - PART 1 - FALL 104-B GROWING TOWARD SPIRITUAL MATURITY - PART 2 - SPRING This course will help you become more intentional in Bible study, prayer, lifestyle choices, evangelism, and spiritual gifts, through identifying and understanding how we grow spiritually toward Christ-likeness. 105 YOUR MINISTRY OF EVANGELISM - FALL This class provides complete instruction for helping the “persons in the pew” to understand their role in local church evangelistic ministry and how to be effective in leading others to Christ. 106 BIBLICAL BELIEFS - FALL A basic yet inspiring study of the Doctrines of Salvation, the inspiration of the Scriptures, the Church, angels, and end-time events. 107 UNDERSTANDING PEOPLE - SPRING A course that gives insight into people's personalities, experiences, interests, and needs. An excellent study for Christian parents and teachers. 108 THE TRIUNE NATURE OF GOD - SPRING Biblical teaching about God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit taught in non-technical language. 109-A OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY - PART 1 LAW & HISTORY, GENESIS ~ ESTHER - FALL A sweeping overview of God’s working from creation through the early days of His chosen people, with a focus on law and history. 109-B OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY - PART 2 POETRY & PROPHECY, JOB ~ MALACHI - SPRING The message of the books of Job through Malachi gives insight into God’s dealing with His people. The study focuses on the writings of the prophets and how their message is relevant to the Church today. 110 NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY - FALL The class that brings unity and chronology to the New Testament, from Matthew to Revelation. This study weaves the contents of the books around a central theme, the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. 111 CHRISTIAN ETHICS - SPRING The course explores a synthesis of all three, viewed through the lens of Scripture, to formulate a strategy for today. Critical ethical questions on abortion, euthanasia, bioethics, human sexuality, politics, war, capital punishment, work, race, the arts, and the environment are threads that weave the moral fabric to which believers must come to terms. 112-A COUNSELING — PART 1 - FALL 112-B COUNSELING — PART 2 - SPRING The comprehensive course which deals with relational and behavioral issues affecting individuals and families. 113-A ENGLISH 101 - FALL 113-B ENGLISH 102 - SPRING





LIFE EXPERIENCE


Leadership Skills - (5 Fold Ministry) 3 Credits Christian Works - (Evangelism, Missions, Sunday School Teacher, Deacons/Deaconesses, and Missionary) 3 Credits Language - (Foreign) 3 Credits Seminars - KLBI Approved; Maximum 3 1 Credit Each NOTE: Maximum of 15 Transfer credits: (based on similarity with KLBI Curriculum) Life Experience credits can be substituted for the required Elective on approval of Academic Advisement. REQUIREMENTS: High Schoool Diploma/Equivalency (GED) (PROOF) OR College Transcript





LIFE EXPERIENCE


Leadership Skills - (5 Fold Ministry) 3 Credits Christian Works - (Evangelism, Missions, Sunday School Teacher, Deacons/Deaconesses, and Missionary) 3 Credits Language - (Foreign) 3 Credits Seminars - KLBI Approved; Maximum 3 1 Credit Each NOTE: Maximum of 15 Transfer credits: (based on similarity with KLBI Curriculum) Life Experience credits can be substituted for the required Elective on approval of Academic Advisement. REQUIREMENTS: High Schoool Diploma/Equivalency (GED) (PROOF) OR College Transcript





LIFE EXPERIENCE


Leadership Skills - (5 Fold Ministry) 3 Credits Christian Works - (Evangelism, Missions, Sunday School Teacher, Deacons/Deaconesses, and Missionary) 3 Credits Language - (Foreign) 3 Credits Seminars - KLBI Approved; Maximum 3 1 Credit Each NOTE: Maximum of 15 Transfer credits: (based on similarity with KLBI Curriculum) Life Experience credits can be substituted for the required Elective on approval of Academic Advisement. REQUIREMENTS: High Schoool Diploma/Equivalency (GED) (PROOF) OR College Transcript





LIFE EXPERIENCE


Leadership Skills - (5 Fold Ministry) 3 Credits Christian Works - (Evangelism, Missions, Sunday School Teacher, Deacons/Deaconesses, and Missionary) 3 Credits Language - (Foreign) 3 Credits Seminars - KLBI Approved; Maximum 3 1 Credit Each NOTE: Maximum of 15 Transfer credits: (based on similarity with KLBI Curriculum) Life Experience credits can be substituted for the required Elective on approval of Academic Advisement. REQUIREMENTS: High Schoool Diploma/Equivalency (GED) (PROOF) OR College Transcript