"Where there is no vision, the people perish..."
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS MI35 Hist
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||History of Missions and Missions Today:
|| A survey of World Missions over the last 250 years. Evaluating the success and failures of those Movements and lessons we
can learn from them.
|| An outline study of the world’s major Religions.
||Israel in Prophecy:
|| The enigma of the Jews and the Arabs; wounded spirits
in a promised land; the Arab World in God’s plan – and who owns Palestine.|
||Book of Acts:
|| Exposition; a study of the history and formation of the early
church and how it was led, directed and empowered by the Holy Spirit; strategies
for establishing new churches.|
||Book of Revelation:
|| Exposition on – The Return of Christ – The Church and the Great Tribulation – The Millennium – Signs of His Coming.
||Romans – chapters 1 – 8: Bible Doctrine
|| – Exposition on the following subjects – Sin; Repentance; Law and Grace; The Atonement; Justification;
Sanctification; The Resurrection of Christ.
||Lifestyle and Child Evangelism:
|| Teaches the principles and methods of one on one evangelism. How to win someone confidence, that his or her heart would
turn to Christ. Building a bridge and how to lead them to the Savior.
||Prayer and Intercession:
|| A study of the Doctrine of Prayer and Example from the Bible and biography.|
||Preacher’s anointing for power in Service:
|| Covering the subject from the Bible Text; and citing examples from biography of those who have ministered with an anointing power.
|| Exposition of Biblical Texts such as Ephesians 6:10 –
20. In- structing how the believer can recognize strongholds and effectively
deal with it. Learning how to overcome the devil’s strategies and to be
victorious for the Lord Jesus Christ.|
||Attributes of God:
||Exposition on what God is like in nature and manifestations as seen from the Scriptures and experience.
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|| Systematic Theology:
||A survey of the following – Theology Proper (The
Doctrine of God); Christology (The Doctrine of the Lord Jesus Christ); Pneumatology (The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit).
|| The Victorious Christian Life:
|| How to live the Spirit filled and Spirit
||Divine Healing, signs and Wonders – showing the
Biblical basis for miracles. The primary focus is on the value of
miracles, signs and wonders, showing how they confirm the Word of God in ministry; with a primary emphasis
an the Third World.
|| Eschatology (Prophecy):
||What the Scripture teaches about the Antichrist and the
False Prophet – Mark of the Beast and the Cashless Society – Battle of Armaged- don – The Rebuilding of the Temple – The European Confederacy –
America, Russia, China, and Iraq (Babylon) in Prophecy – The False Peace.
|| Life and Teaching of Christ.
|| The Book of Ephesians:
||An analysis and expository study
||Characteristics of a good Leader (Dr. Stephen Olford’s
definition of a good Leader – “Bent knees; wet eyes and a broken heart.”
||A Biblical Foundation for Counseling.
|| Understanding Grief & Care-giving:
||This teaching is developed to help you to look into the
various aspects of grief, including the meaning, recognition of losses,
emotional reactions, normal grief response, and the uniqueness of one’s
|| Ministerial Ethics:
||Overcoming Temptation, The Ministers Family and
Guiding principles so as to ‘avoid every appearance of evil.’ How to have a
bibli- cal home, and sound financial principles.
|| *Composition and Required Reading: .
||Learning how to write essays effectively.
Readings required essays
|| Pastoral Theology:
||On how to conduct Communion services, Weddings,
Baptism, Dedications, Funerals services.
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Diplomas do not certify levels of academic attainment, but rather accumulation
of training credit units. No time limits are imposed on the attainment of any of
the diplomas. A diploma certifying graduation from each level is awarded on the basis of
accumulating the required number of training credit units.
EARNING TRAINING CREDITS
Liberty training credit units can be earned through classroom courses,
conferences, seminars, ministry trips and events, writing projects, independent
study, prescribed ministry involvement, short-term missions, video or audio
courses, cyber courses, supervised apprenticeship, and other designated learning
While LCM is not a correspondence school, it is nevertheless recognized that
many students find it very difficult to travel outside of their own community in
order to attend classroom courses or LCM certified events. Many students also
desire to develop reading courses tailor-made to their needs. Some projects
directly associated with an individual’s ministry deserve to earn training
credits. Authors may desire to receive credit for writing books and articles.
Mission trips and prayer journeys are recognized learning experiences.
At the same time, personal contact with both core and adjunct faculty is
important for impartation and anointed ministry training. In order to balance
these two benefits, at least 50% of the Training Credits Units required of
students in each of the four diploma levels in LCM must be earned through
classroom courses or through approved conferences.
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