Grace Institute for Biblical Leadership

Grace Institute for Biblical Leadership

A Ministry of Grace Community Fellowship

Institute Information

Have you ever wanted to know God more? Have you desired to understand the “big picture” behind the Bible? Are you still exploring the Christian faith and need an in depth look at the scriptures? Then you need the Grace Institute for Biblical Leadership. In this series of classes you will encounter God as He has revealed himself through His written revelation which we call the Bible. For more information refer to the Grace Institute FAQ, or download our Grace Institute Brochure.

Institute News

Spring term of the Grace Institute begins Sunday, March 29, 2009. This term we will be studying the New Testament epistle, 1 Corinthians. Join us from 9:30-10:45 in Room 104 to learn how to read the scriptures and apply it to your life. To register for the class, either call the church office at 683-9205, or send us an e-mail at info@gcfweb.org.

Institute Details

  • When: Sunday mornings, 9:30-10:45, from March 29, 2009 through June 7,2009.
  • Where: Room 104, Grace Community Fellowship.
  • What: How to Study the Bible, winter 2009.

1 Corinthians

Spring 2009: This spring we will look at one of the most challenging books of the New Testament, 1 Corinthians. In this letter, the apostle Paul deals with a number of problems and controversies found in the church located in Corinth. Their problems look much like the problems the church faces today. The class runs from March 29 through June 7.

Bible Study Methods

Winter 2009: This ten-week class will not just reiterate the importance of studying the bible, but will show a specific process for understanding the biblical story and how we are part of this ongoing story of God's interaction with humanity.

 

Isaiah

Fall 2008: This course is designed as a basic study of the Old Testament prophet, Isaiah. Isaiah could be described as systematic theology set to poetry. The class runs from September 14 through November 23.

Luke & Acts

Spring 2008. Students will study the two New Testament books written by the physican and companion of the apostle Paul, Luke. These two books are a unified picture of the ministry of Jesus as seeks to save the lost in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and the uttermost parts of the earth. Class runs from March 30 through May 18.

Genesis

Winter 2008. Students will learn the background, themes, and major principles for the book of Genesis through Joshua. Class runs from January 6 through March 16.

Relating To Your World

Spring 2007: Students will explore various worldviews, including modern, post-modern worldviews and major world religions and cults. The class will emphasize creating understanding with non-believers and learning to communicate Christian truth in a practical and biblical manner. Students will also learn to answer typical objections to Christian beliefs.

Survey Of the New Testament: The General Epistles & Revelation

Winter 2007: Students will learn the background, themes, and major principles for Hebrews through Revelation. Special emphasis will be given to Hebrews and Revelation.

Survey Of the Old Testament: The Writings

Fall 2006: Students will learn the background, themes, and major principles for 1&2 Chronicles, Ruth, Ezra through Song of Solomon, Daniel & Lamentations . Special emphasis will be given to the Psalms. Students will learn how to interpret various literary genres of the bible.

Systematic Theology

Spring 2006: Students will learn the principle Christian doctrines. Students will be encouraged to discuss intelligently both sides of controversial doctrinal issues, demonstrate the validity of your own beliefs using the Bible, and be able to clearly state their doctrinal stance on the primary Christian tenants.

Survey Of the New Testament: The Pauline Epistles

Winter 2006: Students will learn the background, themes, and major principles for Romans through Philemon. Special emphasis will be given to the book of Romans. Students will also learn to research a detailed background study for a book of the bible.

Survey Of the Old Testament: The Prophets

Fall 2005: Students will learn the background, themes, and major principles for Judges, 1 & 2 Samuel, 1&2 Kings, and Isaiah through Malachi. Special emphasis will be given to the book of Isaiah. Students will learn how to analyze and synthesize specific themes from a book of the bible.

Survey Of the New Testament: The Gospels & Acts

Winter 2005. Students will learn the background, themes, and major principles for Matthew through Acts. Special emphasis will be given to the books of Matthew, John and Acts. Students will also gain an understanding of textual criticism.

Survey Of the Old Testament: The Torah

Fall 2004. Students will learn the background, themes, and major principles for Genesis through Joshua. Special emphasis will be given to the book of Genesis. Students will learn how to develop a detailed outline for a book of the bible.

 

 

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