“What kind of a person does it take to make an impact on a deteriorating and disintegrating society? It takes a person of competence, courage, character, and conviction. By examining the lives of four biblical characters: Daniel, Esther, Timothy and Joseph, Dr. Hendricks illustrates how you can make a difference in your generation.” Learn More
InFaith School of Biblical Learning
A 3 section overview of the New Testament based on the book, “What the Bible Is All About” by Dr. Henrietta C. Mears and the video series with the same title with teacher Dr. Elmer L. Towns. Material is also taken from Walk thru the Bible and Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts.
A 3 Section overview of the Old Testament based on the book, “What the Bible Is All About” by Dr. Henrietta C. Mears and the video series with the same title with teacher Dr. Elmer L. Towns. Material is also taken from Talk thru the Bible and Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts.
Join Dr. Sproul on a unique study tour as he explores the major themes, events, and people that are brought to life in the Bible. Dust to Glory provides a panorama of biblical truth and a starting point to help you understand the content of the Bible. Dust to Glory can energize your study of the Bible, provide you with new insights, and improve your ability to read, understand, and apply Scripture to your life.
Life today is filled with the stress of dealing with change. Even the child of God is susceptible to fear and doubt because of the effect of life’s circumstances. But in the Epistle to the Philippians, the Apostle Paul explains how we can rejoice no matter what our circumstances. Because of what Christ has done and is doing in us, we can have joy in life. Learn More
The course, Resisting Gossip, will be based on the book “Resisting Gossip – Winning the War of the Wagging Tongue” by Matthew Mitchell.
Gossip. It’s on Facebook, on the television, in the break room, and even in our churches. With gossip being so prevalent in our culture, it can be hard to resist listening to and sharing stories about other people’s business. But what does God say about gossip? And is it possible to follow his instructions? In Resisting Gossip, Pastor Matt Mitchell not only outlines the scriptural warnings against gossip, but also demonstrates how the truth of the gospel can deliver believers from this temptation.
Part I includes chapters 1-7. Sin, justification by faith alone, sanctification, comfort in Christ and the sovereignty of God are highlighted. Learn More
Part II encompasses chapters 8-12. Salvation, righteousness, and unity and diversity in the church are explored. Learn More
Part III dwells on chapters 13-16. This section deals with such issues as the Christian and government, liberty in Christ and encouraging one another. Learn More
When students are asked to describe the one thing they would change about their teachers if they could, what do you think they say? More advanced degrees? How about easier homework assignments or giving fewer tests and quizzes?
The answer is, none of the above! People really do want to learn, whether in church, school, or in a training class at work. But one giant obstacle often stands in their way: BOREDOM! That’s right! Boredom is the number one hindrance to learning.
Communicators don’t want to bore their students—it happens when they fail to see teaching as a role to which they are called. It happens when they fail to act in an attention–holding fashion. And it happens when personality and methodology are not empowered with style.
In Teaching with Style, Dr. Bruce Wilkinson shows how to banish boredom from the classroom—or any teaching or communicating environment—for good. In six sessions, participants will learn how to gain and maintain attention regardless of the setting or content. They will learn to put excitement and creativity back in teaching—where it belongs!
* Session 1: Universal Principles
* Session 2: Biblical Characteristics
* Session 3: Internal Beliefs
* Session 4: External Behaviors
* Session 5: Personality
* Session 6: Methodology
12 lessons—Terry Pruett
The Evangelical Christian recognizes that the Bible is God’s revelation of His reality to all men and as such, it is foundational to all we know and experience. This two-section course begins your journey of learning and applying theological thinking through academic study of the Bible.
Section one surveys the origin, languages, canonicity, historical interpretation and transmission of the Bible, along with its claims about inspiration and authorship.
Section two focuses on the practice of the grammatical/historical method of interpretation, with practical instruction on the usage of critical thinking in one’s personal biblical understanding and application. Learn More
12 lessons—Terry Pruett
This course is designed to familiarize you with the nature and historical background of the doctrine of God. The course objectives are:
To gain a working knowledge of the historical development and shape of the Christian doctrine of God, including the following:
- Arguments for the existence of God
- The nature and attributes of God
- The nature of the Trinity
- The person and work of Christ
- The person and work of the Holy Spirit
If you own a Bible, you have the result of 3450 years of the God of the universe communicating with the people He created and loves. Yet, how did this wonderful message from God become the Bible we know and love today?
The Enduring Word is the little known story of the writing and preservation of the Bible from its earliest form to its most famous English revision—the King James Version of 1611.
InFaith field staff member Terry Pruett will take us on a journey through the history of our Bible. The message will include a Powerpoint presentation with audio, of actual pages salvaged from the remains of Bibles from the 11th to the 17th century—including an Akkadian cuneiform tablet, ca. 1900 B.C. and a portion of a Hebrew Torah scroll.
This course deals with the importance of holiness, what holiness is, the holiness of Christ, and how holiness affects the believer. Learn More
The 7 Laws of the Learner is destined to transform the teaching ministries of Christians worldwide. Whether you teach in a church context, Christian school, public school, in the home or on the job, The 7 Laws of the Learner will equip you to accomplish God’s purposes for education-the transformation of lives by meeting needs through the accurate communication of essential truths. These 14 DVD video sessions (2 lectures per lesson), provide a total training experience.
Whether you’re a pastor, Sunday school teacher, school teacher, parent, Bible study leader, or mentor, The 7 Laws of the Teacher will renew your thinking about teaching and unleash your effectiveness as a communicator of Biblical truth.
12 lessons—Dr. J Dwight Pentecost
This is a study of the gospel account of the life and ministry of Christ in relation to the historical and cultural settings of the day. In this course, the principal messages of Christ’s teachings are presented. Learn More