1st Year Program of Study
The study of the art and science of preaching in conjunction with basic techniques of sermon preparation and delivery. It is the intention of the instructor that the student complete the class with and understanding of sermon preparation and delivery. This knowledge will also be helpful in teaching Bible Study and Sunday School.
This course will teach students to learn and adapt to the process or act of performing a presentation (a discourse).
The Bible is prophetic revelation from God to man. It provides an accurate account of historical events that serve as a foundation and a framework for understanding, dating, and interpreting secular history and historical science.
Theology is the study of religious ideas and beliefs. It deals with God and his relationship to man. This is a foundational course, using primarily a Bible doctrine approach that surveys basic doctrines of the church and their implications for life. Specifically, the course will survey bibliology, theology proper, anthropology, angelology, Christology, soteriology, pneumatology, ecclesiology, and eschatology.
2nd Year Program of Study
Students will explore how narrative works in order to preach effective expository sermons from narrative texts and develop a methodology of sermon preparation appropriate to Old and New Testament narrative texts.
This course is designed to enhance the student's current public speaking skill-set by developing the skills you need to communicate with conviction, clarity and confidence. This level II class will help you master the basics in learning how to enhance your own natural speaking style, organize your information, overcome fear, and create a polished presentation.
This course will provide an overview of the Old Testament from Genesis to Malachi. Students will explore a chronological survey of Old Testament people, places, and events.
This course is an introduction to the English language to improve writing skills and grammar.
3rd Year Program of Study
Study of human behavior in relation to various social environments and ministry.
This course is designed to teach students how to understand their audience by asking rhetorical questions and apply critical thought. Students will further acquire a critical vocabulary and learn specifically about the literary elements of Plot, Character, Setting, Theme, Style, Tone, and Point of View. The writing component focuses on literary analysis and interpretation, with an emphasis on organization, structure, and thesis statement development.
An overview of the New Testament from Matthew to Revelation. This course reviews the essential historical and cultural background of the New Testament books and carefully examines the content and context of each book in the New Testament.
This course provides the student with insight to personal, social, psychological problems and difficulties, the Christian counselor may face when counseling the
4th Year of Program Study
This course provides understanding between the public and a company or organization. This is an introductory course that prepares students to understand each component and how it functions in the profession, while learning the role of public relations in the church.
This course will review the importance of integrity and authenticity regarding the originality of content.
5th Year of Program Study
6th Year Program Study
2 Timothy 2:15
Christian Leadership Bible College offers a 2 year Master's of Theology program.
Christian Leadership Bible College also offers a 2 year Doctorate of Theology program.
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