The Spiritual Life Conference gives students time to focus on their own biblical piety and personal communion with the Lord Jesus Christ.In the midst of hectic class, church, and family schedules, it is imperative that students walk closely with the Lord, knowing that apart from Him our lives and ministries will bear no spiritual fruit.
Learn, understand, and apply Jesus’ principles of discipleship that he modeled with his disciples to our present life and ministry so that we can change the world like He did.
With biblical confidence, the student will apply Jesus’ principles of disciple-making to their present life and ministry that will produce kingdom focused disciples who will reproduce in the next generation.
Biblical hermeneutics is the study of the principles of interpretation concerning the books of the Bible. It is part of the broader field of hermeneutics, which involves the study of principles of interpretation, both theory and methodology, for all forms of communication, nonverbal and verbal.
Critical thinking is the process of identifying and solving problems by gathering information, analyzing and evaluating evidence, discovering patterns, and reasoning logically.
Critical thinking in writing means asking the right questions and questioning the old, no-longer-obvious answers.
Introducing you to the origin and progress of Christianity in the world from the beginning to the period of Reformation.
Learn the socio-cultural, political, and religious contexts in which Christianity originated and spread throughout the world.
Know the role of women in the history of Christianity