Empower readers of the Bible to move beyond mere exemplarist interpretation, toward a hermeneutic informed by the historical, literary, theological, and redemptive-historical contexts of the biblical texts.
Historical, literary, and theological sensitivity in interpretation is required by the Scriptures itself (cf. Heb 1:1) and respects the diverse work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers, past and present.
The course is designed to introduce the participants to the concept and process of movement building.
To equip scholars with skills to enable and develop movements that will enhance the completion of the great commission.
It will also study movements in the context of colonial and post-colonial eras.
We help you develop a broad range of spiritual disciplines an individual can learn to explore, practice, and inculcate into ones way of life that will enable the dynamic process of spiritual transformation
To establish a Biblical understanding of the redemptive process God is enabling by developing a strong foundation of key aspects of the redemptive reality of a follower of Christ.
The Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, inspired by God, are sufficient for all doctrine
and guidance for life and faith.
Learn to present and explain the various developments in doctrinal understanding and exposition
as prompted by the challenge of heresy in the early church.
Have a clear theoretical and Biblical understanding of leadership.
Learn how to be a servant leader and build or lead a movement in the context of a pluralistic environment.
Develop skills in identifying and developing leaders, manage and enable the social structure of a movement and operate effectively and efficiently
This course focuses on the book of Amos in its context in the eighth century BC and encourages students to gain a thorough appreciation of the book’s content.
We also consider the nature of Old Testament prophecy and the language of prophecy and the eighth-century prophets with special reference to the book of Amos.
The course includes an exegesis of the Hebrew text of Amos (BHS).
A large number of churches use simple forms of media during a service. Media ministry looks at ways to leverage media to engage the congregation.
In addition to a screen being used for textual support with songs and biblical passages, it can display graphics for announcements before the service begins.
Homiletics is the art of Preparing and Delivering A sermon.
This course is designed to equip leaders in the science of communicating and teaching the Word of God in an expositional manner.
It is designed as an advanced course for those who desire to teach and preach the Bible in a local church, denominational contexts
Helps you understand the biblical, theological and pragmatic perspective of Mission in the pluralistic context. Formulate creative strategies for Missions in multi-religious contexts.
The course will expose the students to the anthropological, sociological, and missiological factors that affect church planting across cultures as well as multi-religious contexts.