Courses & Seminars

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Courses & Descriptions

David Hull, M.Div.  


Just what was the tabernacle?  Reach a new depth of understanding through this Christ-centered study of the tabernacle, its construction, and its significance.  Learn more about the feasts, offerings, and priesthood.  “When Christ came as high priest of the good things that are already here, He went through the greater and more perfect tabernacle that is not manmade, that is to say, not a part of this creation.  He did not enter by means of the blood of goats and calves; but He entered the most Holy Place once and for all by His own blood, having obtained eternal Redemption.”  Hebrews 9:11-12.

  • Hybrid:  Mondays,  6-8:30 PM
  • May 22 -& June 6 – June 26, 2023
  • (BIB 402/602)
  • 1 credit.



David Hull, M.Div.  


The events of the Bible occurred in a unique and fascinating area of the world.  How often do we come across the names of cities, rivers, mountains, and other places in the Bible without stopping to learn their location, meaning, or pronunciation?  It is all too easy to think that we are not missing important information, or that it would take too much time and effort to find out about sites in Scripture.  An understanding of Bible geography is vital to understanding the rest of the Bible.  Learning about the features and terrain of the Bible lands can be a surprisingly enjoyable and exciting adventure!  We will use a variety of media to become more familiar with Bible places, their characteristics, and their implications for understanding Scripture.  Students will also learn about available resources that can make their own personal study easier and more rewarding.  We will begin with a general overview, continue with a look at major locations, and conclude with a focus on the key city of Jerusalem.

  • Hybrid: Tuesdays,  6-8:30 PM
  • May 23 – June 20, 2023
  • (BIB 326/GEOG 300)
  • 1 credit.

Joseph W. Henderson, D.D.


Acquire the skills and tools you need to preach sound biblical truths that will connect and transform the lives of your hearers.  This course addresses the ABC’s of sermon preparation and delivery to give any pulpiteer the confidence to proclaim God’s Word through expository preaching.   

  • Hybrid: Tuesdays,  6-8:30 PM
  • May 23 – June 20, 2023    
  •  (MIN 410/510)
  • 1 credit.
  • Required text: The 12 Essential Skills for Great Preaching, 2nd Edition, by Wayne McDill. (ISBN: 978-0- 8054-3297-8).

Leo Bray, Pastor


Who is the Holy Spirit? What are the gifts He empowers the believer to walk in today?  “Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I would not have you ignorant.”  (1 Corinthians 12:1). This will be a study of the gifts of the Holy Spirit as they operate and are shown in Scripture. 

  • Hybrid: Thursdays,  6-8:30 PM
  • May 25 – June 22, 2023
  • (THE 375/GHS 101)
  • 1 credit.

David Hull, M. Div.


The book of Acts is unique. It provides us with information that we gain nowhere else.  We learn of the church’s beginning, early history, and how it triumphed over many obstacles.  Follow Paul and others as the Gospel was proclaimed, lives were transformed, and the church spread rapidly even in difficult times.  Learn from the disciples who best knew, understood, and followed our Lord.  This is the first half of a ten-week course in which we will delve into the text of this exciting book. 

  • Hybrid:  Thursdays,  6-8:30 PM
  • May 25 – June 22, 2023
  • (BIB 340 ACTS A)
  • 1 credit.

Brian Bailey, M.A.

JOSEPH, A LIFE LIVED IN PROVIDENCE                         

Joseph, chosen by God, endured trials resulting from family conflict.  Joseph demonstrated that God can take us from suffering and conflict to forgiveness and healing.

  • Hybrid:  Mondays,  6-8:30 PM,
  • July 3 – July 31, 2023
  • (BIB 333)
  • 1 credit.

David Hull, M.Div.


Because of modern technology, it has never been easier to learn and use New Testament Greek!  This practical introductory course is designed to give students quick Bible-study benefits.  It is not a substitute for a full-length course, but can help students get ready for one and help others who do not expect ever to take a full Greek course.  An understanding of Greek gives you more direct access to New Testament insights and greater ability to use Bible study resources.  Students will learn the basics of how the language works and how to use available resources.  We will put your new knowledge to use right away!

  • Hybrid:  Mondays, 9:30AM – Noon or 6-8:30 PM
  • July 3 – July, 31 2023
  • (LANG 414)
  • 1 credit           
  • Required text:  Reading Biblical Greek by Richard J. Gibson and Constantine R. Campbell.  ISBN# 978-0-310-52799-2

Rev. Joseph W. Henderson, D.D.


Your call to pastoral ministry is a noble one.  An essential role of a pastor is to feed and lead his or her congregation.  To fulfill this aspect of your calling effectively, join us to acquire the basic training and skills that will enable you to function as a shepherd after God’s heart (Psalm 78:70-72).                                                     

  • Hybrid: Tuesdays, 6-8:30 PM
  • June 27 & July 11 – August 1, 2023
  • (MIN 411/611)
  • 1 credit.
  • Required Text:  Pastoral Ministry:  How to Shepherd Biblically, by John MacArthur and The Master’s Seminary Faculty.  Thomas Nelson, Publishers.  (ISBN 1-4185-006-2)

David Hull M.Div.


Imagine that someone discovered ancient tablets by an unknown person that gave us a genealogical and chronological record that goes back to the very beginnings of humanity.  The world would hail that as one of the greatest archaeological finds ever.  We already have that and much more in God’s inspired Word.  In fact, of the resources available around the world, only the Bible contains a chronology of events prior to a few hundred years B.C.  Genealogy and chronology are inseparably linked in Scripture and are very worthwhile areas of Bible study.  These two subjects provide a skeleton for the body of Scripture and serve the very special purpose of following the steadfast course from Adam to the ultimate destination, the Person of Jesus Christ.  Students in this course will learn key concepts, receive help in overcoming difficulties, and gain intriguing insights provided by this neglected, productive, and surprisingly enjoyable area of Bible study.        

  • Hybrid: Tuesdays,  6-8:30 PM
  • June 27 & July 11 – August 1, 2023
  • (BIB 303/403)
  • 1 credit.

David Hull, M.Div.


This is the second half of a ten-week course on the book of Acts.  We will continue to examine this exciting and unique book.  It provides us with information that we gain nowhere else.  We learn of the church’s beginning, early history, and how it triumphed over many obstacles.  Follow Paul and others as the Gospel was proclaimed, lives were transformed, and the church spread rapidly even in difficult times.  Learn from the disciples who best knew, understood, and followed our Lord.

  • Hybrid: Thursdays, 6/29 – 7/27, 6-8:30 PM,
  • June 29 – July 27, 2023
  • (BIB 340 ACTS B)
  • 1 credit.

Seminars & Descriptions

David Hull, M.Div.


This course is for those who have had at least one year of New Testament Greek.  We will read and translate the entire book of Jude from the Greek, with a view to a better understanding of the text and the language in which it was originally written.  Students will be challenged, helped, and encouraged in the honing of their skills in handling New Testament Greek properly and effectively.                                                                           

  • On Campus: Saturday,  9:30 AM –1:30 PM
  • June 17, 2023
  • (LANG 449S) 
  • personal growth or .25 credit.

David Hull, M.Div.


Who is God?  The most critical questions facing us center on God Almighty, the Creator of the Universe.  To understand the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit better, we will examine many divine names, titles, and terms.  In doing so, we will consider the Person, nature, and work of God. 

  • On Campus: Saturday, 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM
  • July 8, 2023
  • (BIB 480S)
  • personal growth or .25 credit.

David Hull, M.Div.


There is no substitute for seeing Bible places first-hand to make Scripture even more meaningful.  The Holy Land has been called the Fifth Gospel.  Get more out of a Bible-themed trip to Israel by starting your preparations early.  This seminar is not an attempt to assemble a tour group on the part of the instructor.  It is intended to serve two purposes.  It is meant to help you prepare for a trip you might make or already have planned.  Secondly, if you have not already arranged to take such an adventure, it is hoped that this presentation will motivate you to plan such a life-changing trip as soon as you can.  Feel free to bring any maps or travel materials with you.  

  • On Campus: Saturday, 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM
  • July 22, 2023
  • (BIB 415S)
  • personal growth or .25 credit.

How to Register

New Students: Please call the school Monday – Thursday, 9am – 5pm, or use the form on the contact us page.
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Registration FAQs

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Students may attend classes on a full- or part-time basis.  Twelve undergraduate or nine graduate semester hours constitutes a normal full-time load.

An academic advisor must approve a course load of more than twelve undergraduate or nine graduate semester hours.  Students may not register for or receive credit for more than eighteen semester hours within one semester.  Core courses that receive below a grade of B (graduate) or C (undergraduate) must be repeated.

Students are expected to pace themselves to meet their deadlines and maintain a balanced life.  If the course load proves to be too great, students should consult an academic advisor about possible adjustments.

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