Student Catalog

Effective date: 2021-2022

Executive Board Members

  • Dr. Don G. Jones– Chancellor
  • Dr. Don G. Jones, II—Vice President
  • Dr. Jimmie Williams-Board Member
  • Dr. Robert Dean– Board Member
  • Dr. L. M. Wooten– Board Member

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Statement of Faith

Midwest Schools CONSIDERS THE FOLLOWING TRUTHS to be fundamental to an understanding of our relationship to the ONE TRUE AND LIVING GOD.

THE SCRIPTURES INSPIRED The Scriptures of the Old and New Testament are the inspired Word of God. The Bible is the infallible authority for faith and conduct.

ONE TRUE GOD The One True God is the eternally self-existent “I AM,” the Creator of the universe. He has further revealed Himself as Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

THE LORD JESUS CHRIST The Lord Jesus is 100% divine (Son of God) while simultaneously being 100% human (Son of Man). As God Incarnate, He is the express image of the Living God in human form.

ORIGINAL SIN & THE FALL OF MAN Man was created good and upright in the image and likeness of God. The first man, Adam, through disobedience, fell from the grace of God and, thus, sin and death entered into the world. Adam’s transgression incurred not only physical death for man, but also spiritual death which is eternal separation from God. Man’s propensity to sin because of his sinful nature necessitates salvation from the power of sin and a Savior to provide that salvation.

SALVATION OF MAN Man’s only hope of redemption and salvation from sin is through the shed Blood of the Lord Jesus Christ. His blood is completely sufficient to deliver every person from the power and penalty of sin.

THE CHURCH & ITS MISSION The Church is the Body of Christ and is comprised of all believers. God inhabits the Body of Christ by the Holy Ghost both individually and corporately. Since God’s purpose concerning man is to seek and to save that which is lost, to be worshiped by man, and to build a body of believers in the image of His Son, the Church’s responsibility is: (1) to evangelize the world, (2)to be a corporate body in which man may worship and glorify God, and (3) to equip the saints for the work of service.

BAPTISM IN WATER Baptism by immersion in water is commanded in the Scriptures. All who repent of their sins and believe in Christ as Savior and Lord are to be baptized.

HOLY COMMUNION The Lord’s Supper, consisting of bread and a cup of the fruit of the vine, is a memorial of Jesus’ suffering and death and a celebration of His resurrection to be enjoyed by all believers until He comes again.

BAPTISM OF THE HOLY GHOST The baptism of believers in the Holy Ghost is evidenced by the initial physical sign of speaking with other tongues as the Holy Ghost gives utterance. This experience is distinct from and subsequent to the experience of the new birth and is a seconded defiant work of grace. With the baptism of the Holy Ghost comes the enduing of power for life and service and the bestowing of spiritual gifts.

DIVINE HEALING Divine healing is provided for in both Old and New Testaments and is integral to the Gospel.

THE SECOND ADVENT OF CHRIST & THE FINAL JUDGMENT As the climax to God’s dealing with man, Jesus is coming again. At that time, there will be a resurrection of the righteous and the wicked. The wicked will be judged and the righteous will be ushered into the everlasting Kingdom of God.

Thesis/Dissertation Preparation

  1. Thesis length for Master program is to be 50 pages. Dissertation for Doctoral program is to be 100 pages. Topic is subject to approval and/or adjustment by the Administrator of Academics.
  2. Thesis/Dissertation should be typed, double-spaced, with standard 1 inch top, bottom, and side margins with size 12 Times New Roman font.
  3. Cover sheet should contain college name and address, student’s name, date, thesis subject, and the degree for which credit is requested.
  4. Footnotes should be properly designated at the bottom of each page or at the end of each section/chapter.
  5. The strength of the thesis/dissertation will be determined by the content, research evidence, development of thesis, and mechanics (i.e. spelling, grammar, paragraphing, footnoting, transitions, punctuation, etc.)
  6. Plagiarism in any form will not be tolerated.
  7. Titles of books and articles should be underlined.
  8. A properly constructed bibliography of references used should follow the conclusion of the thesis on separate page(s).
  9. Submit your thesis in a slip or spiral binding.
  10. Make two (2) copies - one to keep and one to submit to MTU. MTU reserves the right to retain this thesis in the MTU library.
  11. There is a $100 reading fee due upon submission for Master thesis, and $200 reading fee due upon submission for Doctoral Dissertation. Email to [email protected] / [email protected] Submit fee using the “Haiti Donation” tab on MCT website

Accreditation

THE CHRISTIAN DEGREE PROGRAMS OF MCT/MTU are designed to equip students to follow the Lord in the work of the ministry. If your sole purpose of needing an education is for the Gospel ministry or related field within Christian ministry, secular accreditation is not necessary or required. Most Christian churches accept quality Christian education regardless to which accreditation group, if any, the referenced institution belongs. If study is for purpose other than ministry, such as business administrator, engineer, lawyer, etc., students should apply to an institution that belongs to a regional accrediting association. In secular education, regional accreditation is essential! For education of those in Christian service, secular accreditation does little more than typically make the tuition beyond the reach of most ministers.

However, Midwest College of Theology is a member of, and accredited with the Association of Independent Christian Colleges and Seminaries. We have been able to secure this private accreditation and keep tuition costs at a minimum. These accrediting associations are not formally recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, and MCT has chosen not to be affiliated with any state or federal governmental agency.

Tuition

LOW TUITION PHILOSOPHY

MCT/MTU has the philosophy that a quality, spiritual education that trains an individual for service to the Lord Jesus Christ should not leave that individual with an oppressive financial debt. This is another reason that we have not sought the very costly regional accreditation that leads to qualification for government-guaranteed student loans and other government programs. Institutions using such loans generally charge the maximum tuition allowable, leaving the student with a sizeable debt at the completion of their education. For those called to the ministry, it can be very difficult to obey God’s calling with this type of debt lingering over their finances. Therefore, MCT/MTU elected a less-costly, independent accreditation. Our approach is to provide the most affordable, quality, spiritual education that we can as a ministry to the Lord and to His servants.

STUDENT LOANS

MCT online can finance this Accredited, Affordable, Accelerated Education at 0% interest for 12 months. We have bundled the cost of each program to simplify payments for the student. For each program the student will make one (1) primary payment to begin and then make smaller recurring payments of your choosing.

When your primary payment with a credit/debit card is made, you will then me asked to authorize a lesser payment amount to be automatically withdrawn over the next 12 months at intervals that best work for you.

Upon submitting your primary payment and authorizing your automatically withdrawn 12-month payment plan, full curriculum of the program you have chosen will be made available to you. You may complete each lesson at your own pace. When all lessons, tests, (Doctoral program has no tests) and financial obligations are completed, you will receive your Diploma. (no prepayment penalty)

This payment schedule does not apply to the Drug Intervention Ministry nor the certificate programs, (How to write and publish your own book, Chaplin Certification, Em-ployment Certification, Church Planting)

TRANSFER CREDIT

MCT/MTU reserves the right to allow, or not to allow credits earned at other institutions for similar courses taken at that institution. If credit is allowed, the candidate will be assessed $2.00 per each hour. These hours may not exceed 75% of the required hours for Doctoral graduation.

If credits are from a non-Christian school (secular) student must complete a 500 question assessment at a cost of $500.00 per level to allow said credits to be considered for transfer to MCT.

Ministry Life Earned Credits

To qualify for MLE credit, the majority of the material presented should result from the student's own study of the Word of God and not rely upon use of a pre-printed curriculum. MLE credit will also be awarded for evangelistic speaking engagements, as well as teaching or preaching over radio and television. Conducting Sunday school classes, home Bible studies, or cell groups do count toward MLE credit. If credit is allowed the candidate will be assessed $35 per credit hour. MLE credits will only be accepted for 25% of credit hours of degree student is applying for. MLE credits are only to be accepted for Associate and/or Bachelor degrees.

TRANSCRIPT POLICY

Official transcript (official school sealed) $50.00. Unofficial transcript (no official seal) $20.00.

REFUND POLICY

It is the official policy that if a student desires, for any reason, to withdraw from an enrolled online class, there will be no refund once curriculum has been received.

RETURNED CHECK FEE

A student will be charged $50 for any check returned to their MCT/MTU campus because of insufficient funds.

NON-DISCRIMINATION

MCT does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, or gender. We guarantee the rights, privileges, and the availability of all programs and activities to all students of MCT/MTU.

PRIVACY

Statute 20, United States Code, §1232g and regulations adopted pursuant thereto, hereafter, referred to as the Code, requires that each student be notified of the rights accorded him or her by the Code. The following is provided as basic general information relative to the Code: The Code provided for the institution to establish a category of student information termed “directory information. “When available in college records, any information falling in the category of ‘directory information’ will be available to all persons on request, i.e., the IRS, FBI, or other government agencies, and for use in MCT/MTU publications.

Note to student: When completing your application to this college, you were required to indicate by your signature that you were notified of your rights as recorded by Statute 20, United States Code, Section 1232g. If you were not so notified, or if you did not complete and sign such an application, please notify your Campus Director.

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Associate of Biblical Studies

There are 60-course credits required to earn an Associate in Biblical Studies
$2,320 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $1,856.

Beginning payment: 
$400 12-month 0% financing on $1,920

Balance:
$160. Monthly
$74. Bi-weekly
$37. Weekly

Week Pre-requisite:
High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born-again experience, and active church attendance.

COURSE # CREDIT HOURS

ABS-101 (2)…..………………………………………………..WHY STUDY THIS BOOK
ABS-102 (2)..……………………………………………………………. WHAT IS TRUTH
ABS-103 (2)…………………………………………………………..…HERMENEUTICS
ABS-104 (2)……………………………………………….OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY I
ABS-105 (2)………………………………………………OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY II
ABS-106 (2)……………………………………………...OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY III
ABS-107 (2)……………………………………………...OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY IV
ABS-108 (2)……………………………………………...OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY V
ABS-109 (2)………………………………………………NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY I
ABS-110 (2)……………………………………………...NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY II
ABS-111 (2)……………………………………………..NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY III
ABS-112 (2)……………………………………………..NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY IV
ABS-113 (2)…………………………………………………………..THE SACRAMENTS
ABS-114 (2)………………………………THE SACRAMENT OF BABY DEDICATION
ABS-115 (2)…………………………….THE SACRAMENT OF THE LORD’S SUPPER
ABS-116 (2)………………………………………………THE LAYING ON OF HANDS
ABS-117 (2)………………………………………….THE SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
ABS-118 (2)…………………………………………………………..HOMOSEXUALITY
ABS-119 (2)……………………………………………………...THE CROSS OF CHRIST
ABS-120 (2)...………………………………………………………………...THE BLOOD
ABS-121 (2)……………………………………………………….THE ONE TRUE GOD
ABS-122 (2)……………………………………………..THE DEITY OF JESUS CHRIST
ABS-123 (2)……………………………………..THE BAPTISM IN THE HOLY GHOST
ABS-124 (2)…………………………………...THE DOCTRINE OF SANCTIFICATION
ABS-125 (2)…………………………………………………….. WHAT IS THE CHURCH
ABS-126 (2)……………………………………………..THE DOCTRINE OF TITHING
ABS-127 (2)………………………….……………………….THE DOCTRINE OF MAN
ABS-128 (2)………………………….………………...…THE DOCTRINE OF PRAYER
ABS-129 (2)………………………….….....THE DOCTRINE OF THE BLESSED HOPE
ABS-130 (2)…………………………....THE DOCTRINE OF THE FINAL JUDGMENT

 

Bachelor of Biblical Studies

There are 120-course credits required to earn a Bachelor of Biblical Studies.
$2,645 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $2,116. 


Beginning Payment:

$500 12-month 0% financing on $2,145.

Balance:
$179 Monthly
$83 Bi-weekly
$41. Weekly

Pre-requisite:
Associate Degree in Biblical Studies with a minimum GPA of 2.00, High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born again experience, and active church attendance, Must earn a 2.00 GPA or higher to receive a diploma.

COURSE # CREDIT HOURS BBS-201 (2)………………………………………………………………..APOLOGETICS
BBS-202 (2).………...……………………………………………………….HOMILETICS
BBS-203 (2)……………………………………………IMMORALITY IN THE CHURCH
BBS-204 (2)……………………………………………………..CHURCH BEGINNINGS
BBS-205 (2)……………………………………...CHURCH GROWTH AND APOSTASY
BBS-206 (2)………………………………………………………...THE REFORMATION
BBS-207 (2)………………………………………………...THE GREAT AWAKENING!
BBS-208 (2)………………………………………………....THE GREAT COMMISSION
BBS-209 (2)……...…………………………………………………...HERMENEUTICS II
BBS-210 (2)………...………………………………………………….THE DAY OF CHRIST
BBS-211 (2)………………………………………………………………..PAULMINISTRY
BBS-212 (2)…...……………………………………………. IDENTIFIED WITH CHRIST
BBS-213 (2)….……..……………………………………………...THE LIFE OF CHRIST
BBS-214 (2)…………………………………. JOHN PREPARES THE WAY FOR JESUS
BBS-215 (2)……………………………….THE BEGINNING OF CHRIST’S MINISTRY
BBS-216 (2)………………………………………………………THE PARABLES OF JESUS I
BBS-217 (2)……...…………………………………………………...PARABLES OF JESUS II
BBS-218 (2)…...……………………………………………………..PARABLES OF JESUS III
BBS-219 (2)…...……………………………………………………..PARABLES OF JESUS IV
BBS-220 (2)……………………………………………………………...TRAIN UP A CHILD
BBS-221 (2)……...…………………………………………….CHRISTIAN ENTREPRENEURS
BBS-222 (2)……...…………………………………………………FULFILL YOUR DESTINY
BBS-223 (2)…………………………………………… DO THE WORK OF AN EVANGELIST
BBS-224 (2)………...……………………………………………...THE DEACON MINISTRY
BBS-225 (2)………………………………………………………..CHURCH GOVERNMENT
BBS-226 (2)………..…………………………………………………BIBLICAL LEADERSHIP
BBS-227 (2)………………………………………………………….PRAYER AND FASTING
BBS-228 (2)……….............................................................................THE DOCTRINE OF ANGELS
BBS-229 (2)………………………………………..SUBMISSION TO SPIRITUAL AUTHORITY
BBS-230 (2)…………………………………………PROPHETIC SIGNS OF THE END TIMES

 

Associate of Prophetic Ministry

There are 60-course credits required to earn an Associate in Prophetic Ministry
2,320 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $1,856.

Beginning payment:
$400 12-month 0% financing on $1,920

Balance:
$160. Monthly
$74. Bi-weekly
$37. Week

Pre-requisite:
High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born again experience, and active church attendance, Must earn a 2.00 GPA or higher to receive a diploma.

Submit a 5-page Essay for each Lesson to [email protected]

Lesson 1: Four levels of the prophetic voice
Lesson 2: Possessing the prophetic word
Lesson 3: Discerning voices
Lesson 4: Discerning the difference between the voice of divination and the Voice of prophecy.
Lesson 5: How to receive and interpret
Lesson 6: The prophetic word through the angels
Lesson 7: How too develop prophetic hearing
Lesson 8: Refining your prophetic hearing through god’s word
Lesson 9: Seven blessings that can come from prophets and how to receive them
Lesson 10: How to increase you hearing
Lesson 11: 12 steps to the prophetic flow
Lesson 12: Understanding Christian Prophets
Lesson 13: Seven misconceptions of the prophetic
Lesson 14: How to revive and bring forth prophetic Revelation
Lesson 15: Prophetic song, songs of the Lord
Lesson 16: The power of the Prophetic
Lesson 17: Prophetic monitoring
Lesson 18: Understanding Prophetic intercession
Lesson 19: Overcoming hinderances to the Prophetic
Lesson 20: Prime directives or main objectives of the Prophetic
Lesson 21: Understanding supernatural prayer
Lesson 22: The fourfold operational process
Lesson 23: Threefold Ministry of Supernatural Prayer
Lesson 24: Overcoming hinderances to Supernatural Prayer
Lesson 25: Added Benefits of Supernatural Prayer
Lesson 26: Supernatural Prayer Activates Gifts
Lesson 27: Gateway to the Supernatural
Lesson 28: The Gift that grows and grows
Lesson 29: Prophetic Creative Words
Lesson 30: The Prophetic Amen

Bachelor of Prophetic Ministry

There are 120-course credits required to earn a Bachelor of Prophetic Ministry.
$2,645 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $2,116.

Beginning Payment:
$500 12-month 0% financing on $2,145.

Balance:
$179. Monthly
$83. Bi-weekly
$41. Weekly

Pre-requisite: Associate Degree in Biblical Studies with a minimum GPA of 2.00, High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born again experience, and active church attendance, Must earn a 2.00 GPA or higher to receive a diploma. Submit a 5-page Essay for each Lesson to [email protected]

Lesson 1: Developing the Nature and Character of God
Lesson 2: Developing the Nature and Character of God II
Lesson 3: Developing the Fruit of the Spirit
Lesson 4: Gifts and Fruits
Lesson 5: The Fruit of Love and the Gift of the Word of Wisdom
Lesson 6: The Fruit of Joy and the Gift of the Word of Knowledge
Lesson 7: The Fruit of Peace and the Gift of Faith
Lesson 8: The Fruit of Patience and the Gift of Healing
Lesson 9: The Fruit of Gentleness and the Gift of Working of Miracles
Lesson 10: The Fruit of Goodness and the Gift of Prophecy
Lesson 11: The Fruit of Faithfulness and the Gift of The Discerning of Spirits
Lesson 12: The Fruit of Meekness and the Gift of Divers Kind of Tongues
Lesson 13: The Fruit of Temperance and the Gift of Interpretation of Tongues
Lesson 14: Prophetic Glory
Lesson 15: Entering the Glory
Lesson 16: The Cost of Prophetic Glory
Lesson 17: How to Produce the Proper Produce
Lesson 18: How to Bring Forth a Fruitful Harvest: Dealing with the Foxes
Lesson 19: How to Bring Fourth a Fruitful Harvest II Dealing with the Little Foxes
Lesson 20: Developing Fruit make you Fruitful
Lesson 21: What Causes the Holy Spirit to Move
Lesson 22: How to be a Vessel God can use
Lesson 23: Special Manifestations of the Holy Spirit
Lesson 24: From Exposure to Expansion
Lesson 25: 12 Steps to the Gift of the Spirit
Lesson 26: Hearing God: The Key to the Power of God
Lesson 27: Seeing in the Spirit
Lesson 28: The Gift of the Spirit
Lesson 29: 20/20 Vision
Lesson 30: Enlightened Eyes

 

Master of Theology 

There is 180-course credits required to earn a Master of Theology.
$3,250. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $2,600.

Internet enrollment fee:
$700 12-month 0% financing on $2,550.

Balance:
$213. Monthly
$99. Bi-weekly
$50. Week

Pre-requisite:
Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies with a 2.50 GPA or higher, High School diploma, GED, or Equivalent, born again experience, and active church attendance.

A 50 page, 5 chapter thesis on Biblical Theology is required. Emailed to [email protected] $100 reading fee submitted on “Donation” tab.

COURSE # CREDIT HOURS TH-301 (2)………………………………………………………………….Basic Theology
TH-302 (2)……………...…………………………………...The Authority of the Scripture
TH-303 (2)……………………………………………………………………...Christology
TH-304 (2)……...……………………………………………………………Pneumatology
TH-305 (2)…………………………………………………………………....Hamartiology
TH-306 (2)……………………………………………………………………...Soteriology
TH-307 (2…………………………………………………………………….Anthropology
TH-308 (2)……………………………………………………………………...Angelology
TH-309 (2)…………………………………………………………………….Ecclesiology
TH-310 (2)……………………………………………………………………..Eschatology
TH-311 (2)……………………………………………………………………..Apologetics
TH-312 (2)……………………...……………………………………………..Demonology
TH-313 (2)…………………………………………………………...Theology of Creation
TH-314 (2)…………………………………………………Theology of the One True God
TH-315 (2)………………………………………………………Theology of Idol Worship
TH-316 (2)…...……………………………………………………Theology of Blasphemy
TH-316 (2)…………...……………………………………………Theology of the Sabbath
TH-317 (2)……………………………………………………………...Theology of Honor
TH-318 (2)……………………………………………………………..Theology of Murder
TH-319 (2)……………………………………………………………Theology of Adultery
TH-320 (2)…………………………………………………………….Theology of Stealing
TH-321 (2)……………………………………………..Theology of Bearing False Witness
TH-322 (2)…………………...………………………………………….Theology of Greed
TH-323 (2)………………………………………………...Theology of Blessing and Curses
TH-324 (2)…………….……………………………………………Theology of the Home
TH-325 (2)……………………..……………...Theological Perspectives for Raising a Child
TH-326 (2)…………...…………………………………………………...The Reformation
TH-327 (2)…………………...……………………………... Islam compared to Christianity
TH-328 (2)…………………...……………………... Mormonism compared to Christianity
TH-329 (2)…………………………………………….. Hinduism compared to Christianity
TH-330 (2)………………………………………………. Atheism compared to Christianity

 

Doctor of Theology

There are 180-course credits required to earn a Doctor of Theology.

$4,660. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $3,728.

Internet enrollment fee:
$1,000 12-month 0% financing on $3,660.

Balance:
$305. Monthly
$141. Bi-weekly
$71. Week

Pre-requisite: Master's Degree in Theology with a 3.00 GPA or higher, High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born again experience, and active church attendance.

100-page Dissertation shall be on Theology. Emailed to [email protected] $200 fee submitted using “Donation” tab

COURSE # CREDIT HOURS
THE-401 (2) …………………………………………………………………….Revelation
THE-402 (2)………………………………………………The Risen and Glorified Christ
THE-403 (2)……………………………………………….Hymns of Praise and Worship
THE-404 (2)……………………………………………………………………Persecution
THE-405 (2)………………………………………..Theology of Israel and of the Church
THE-406 (2)…………………………………………New and Old Testament Imagery
THE-407 (2)…………………………………………………………………The Antichrist
THE-408 (2)……………………………………………………..Symbology of Revelation
THE-409 (2)………………………………………………………….The Four Horsemen
THE-410 (2)……………………………………………………………….The Seven Seals
THE-411 (2)…………………………………………………………………………144,000
THE-412 (2)……………………………………………………………….The Seven Seals
THE-413 (2)…………………………………………………………….The Mighty Angel
THE-414 (2)…………………………………………………………...The Two Witnesses
THE-415 (2)………………………………………………...The Woman and the Dragon
THE-416 (2)………………………………………….The Beast of the Sea/false prophet
THE-417 (2)……………………………………………………….The Lamb on Mt. Zion
THE-418 (2)…………………………………………………………Seven bowls of Wrath
THE-419 (2)…………………………………………………………. Pouring out of Wrath
THE-420 (2)……………………………………………... The Great Harlot and the Beast
THE-421 (2)……………………………………………………………... Fallen is Babylon
THE-422 (2)……………………………………………………………..The Warrior King
THE-423 (2)……………………………………………..Satan Sin and Death Eliminated
THE-424 (2)……………………………………………………………………...The Bride
THE-425 (2)……………………………………………… New Heaven and New Earth I
THE-426 (2)……………………………………………... New Heaven and New Earth II
THE-427 (2)……………………………………………………………...The River of Life
THE-428 (2)………………………………………………...………… He’s Coming Soon!
THE-429 (2)……………………………………………………………... 7 Dispensations I
THE-430 (2)……………………………………………………………. 7 Dispensations II

 

Master of Divinity 

There are 180-course credits required to earn a Master of Divinity
$3,250. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $2,600.

Internet enrollment fee:
$700 12-month 0% financing on $2,550.

Balance:
$213. Monthly
$99. Bi-weekly
$50. Week 

Pre-requisite Bachelor Degree in Biblical Studies with a 2.50 GPA or higher, born again experience, and active church attendance.

Submit 5-page Essay on each chapter, 50 page, 5 chapter thesis on Divinity is required. Emailed to [email protected] $100 reading fee submitted on “Donation” tab.

Genesis

Lesson 1 – Introduction to Genesis 3-10
Lesson 2 – Genesis 1:1 11-17
Lesson 3 – Genesis 1:2 18-24
Lesson 4 – Genesis 1 – The Days of Creation
Lesson 5 – Genesis 2 – The Earth before the Fall
Lesson 6 – Genesis 3 – The Fall of Man
Lesson 7 – Genesis 3 – The Seed of the Woman
Lesson 8 – Genesis 4 – Cain and Abel
Lesson 9 – Genesis 5 – Enoch and the Godly Line
Lesson 10 – Genesis 6 – The Days of Noah
Lesson 11 – Genesis 7-9 – The Flood
Lesson 12 – Genesis 10-11 – The Babel Crisis
Lesson 13-14 – Genesis 12-25 – The Life of Abraham
Lesson 15 – Genesis 18-19 – Sodom and Gomorrah
Lesson 16-17 – Genesis 21-26 – Isaac, the Son of Promise
Lesson 18-19 – Genesis 27-35 – The Life of Jacob
Lesson 20 – Genesis 35-38 – Lost Inheritance
Lesson 21-23 – Genesis 37-47 – The Life of Joseph
Lesson 24 – Genesis 48-50 – Jacob’s Prophetic Ministry

Holy Spirit

Lesson 1 – Why Study the Holy Spirit 3-8
Lesson 2 – The Deity of the Holy Spirit 9-19
Lesson 3 – The Personality of the Holy Spirit 20-25
Lesson 4 – The Names and Titles of the Holy Spirit 26-32
Lesson 5 – The Symbols of the Holy Spirit 33-40
Lesson 6 – The Work of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament 41-48
Lesson 7 – The Work of the Holy Spirit in Christ & the Church 49-57
Lesson 8 – The Work of the Holy Spirit in the Believer 58-64
Lesson 9 – The Offenses against the Holy Spirit 65-72
Lesson 10-11 – The Baptism of the Holy Spirit 73-82
Lesson 12 – Speaking with Other Tongues 83-88
Lesson 13-14 – The Fruit of the Holy Spirit 89-101
Lesson 15-17 – The Gifts of the Holy Spirit 102-120
Lesson 18 – The Word of Wisdom and the Word of Knowledge 121-129
Lesson 19 – Prophecy 130-136
Lesson 20 – Judging Prophecy 137-145
Lesson 21-22 – The Power Gifts: Faith, Healing and Miracles 146-159
Lesson 23 – The Discerning of Spirits, Tongues and Interpretation 160-168
Lesson 24 – Cultivating a Relationship to the Holy Spirit 169-171

 

Doctor of Divinity

There are 180-course credits required to earn a Doctor of Divinity.
$4,660. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $3,728.

Internet enrollment fee:
$1,000 12-month 0% financing on $3,660.

Balance:
$305. Monthly
$141. Bi-weekly
$71. Week

Pre-requisite:
Master's Degree in Theology with a 3.00 GPA or higher, High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born again experience.

Submit a 10-page Essay for each chapter submitted to [email protected] 100 page Dissertation shall be on Divinity. Emailed to [email protected] $200 fee submitted using “Donation” tab.

Interpreting Scriptures

Lesson 1-4 – Introduction to Hermeneutics…………………...3-36
Lesson 5 – Bridging the Gaps…………………………………37-46
Lesson 6 – Foundations for Biblical Study……………………47-58
Lesson 7 – The Context Principle…………………………......59-68
Lesson 8 – The Comparative Mention Principle………..........69-76
Lesson 9 – The Progressive Mention Principle………………77-86
Lesson 10 – The Complete Mention Principle………….........87-95
Lesson 11 – The Covenantal Principle……………………...96-103
Lesson 12 – The Ethnic Division Principle………………...104-115
Lesson 13 – The Chronometrical Principle………………..116-123
Lesson 14 – The Breach Principle………………………….124-133
Lesson 15 – The Christocentric Principle………………......134-143
Lesson 16 – The Moral Principle……………………………144-150
Lesson 17 – Identifying Figures of Speech…………………151-160
Lesson 18 – Interpreting Symbols………………………......161-168
Lesson 19-20 – Interpreting Types………………………….169-184
Lesson 21 – Interpreting Parables……………………….....185-196
Lesson 22 – Interpreting Narratives……………………......197-202
Lesson 23 – Interpreting Prophecy…………………………203-214
Lesson 24 – The Application of Hermeneutics………….....215-225

New Testament

Lesson 1 – Introduction to the New Testament…………….….3-10
Lesson 2 – Why Four Gospels?..................................................11-18
Lesson 3 – Matthew………………………….…………………19-25
Lesson 4 – Mark…………………………….…………………..26-32
Lesson 5 – Luke………………………………..………………..33-39
Lesson 6 – John………………………………………………....40-48
Lesson 7 – Acts……………………………..……………….…..49-57
Lesson 8 – Romans…………………………………………..…58-64
Lesson 9 – I Corinthians…………………………………….…65-70
Lesson 10 – II Corinthians…………………….……………….71-73
Lesson 11 – Galatians……………………………………….…74-80
Lesson 12 – Ephesians………………………........................…81-85
Lesson 13 – Philippians……………………………………..…86-91
Lesson 14 – Colossians…………………………….……….…..92-98
Lesson 15 – I & II Thessalonians……………………..….…..99-105
Lesson 16 – I & II Timothy……………………………........106-111
Lesson 17 – Titus and Philemon……………………...….....112-123
Lesson 18 – Hebrews………………………………………....124-129
Lesson 19 – James…………………………………………....130-137
Lesson 20 – I Peter…………………………………………...138-144
Lesson 21 – II Peter………………………………………......145-149
Lesson 22 – I, II & III John………………………………….150-155
Lesson 23 – Jude……………………………………………...156-161
Lesson 24 – Revelation…………………………………….....162-170

 

Master of Ministry 

There are 180-course credits required to earn a Master of Ministry

$3,250. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $2,600.

Internet enrollment fee:
$700 12-month 0% financing on $2,550.

Balance:
$213. Monthly
$99. Bi-weekly
$50. Week

Pre-requisite:
Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies with a 2.50 GPA or higher, born-again experience, and active church attendance.

Submit a 5-page Essay on each chapter, a 50-page, 5 chapter thesis on Ministry is required. Emailed to [email protected] $100 reading fee submitted on “Donation” tab

Pastoral Ministry The Biblical Basis for Pastoral Ministry Lesson 1-2 – Pastoral Responsibility.............................................. 3-21
Lesson 3 – The Call to the Pastoral Ministry............................... 22-26

The Individual that God Uses in Pastoral Ministry
The Challenge of the Pastoral Ministry....................................... 27-28
Lesson 4 – The Heart of the Pastor.............................................. 29-36
Lesson 5 – The Example of the Pastor.......................................... 37-41
Lesson 6 – Balanced Pastoral Ministry........................................ 42-46

The Personal Disciplines of Pastoral Ministry

Lesson 7 – The Pastor’s Schedule................................................. 47-52
Lesson 8 – The Pastor’s Study Life............................................... 53-58
Lesson 9 – The Pastor’s Apparel, Poise and Mannerisms........... 59-67
Lesson 10 – Ethical Conduct for Pastors..................................... 68-70
Lesson 11-12 – Ministerial Confidentiality.................................. 71-78

The Public Functions of Pastoral Ministry
Lesson 13 – Administering Water Baptism................................ 79-90
Lesson 14 – Communion.............................................................. 91-98
Lesson 15 – Dedication of Infants................................................ 99-102
Lesson 16 – Pre-Marital Counseling Guidelines for Pastors..... 103-117
Lesson 17 – Performing Weddings.......................................... 118-124
Lesson 18 – Handling Funerals................................................ 125-132
Lesson 19 – Hospital Visitation................................................ 133-136

Other Functions of Pastoral Ministry

Lesson 20 – Church Discipline................................................. 137-144
Lesson 21 – Training a Pastoral Team.................................... 145-152
Lesson 22 – Pastoring through Small Groups........................ 153-160
Lesson 23 – Working with an Eldership................................. 161-164
Lesson 24 – The Pastor’s Family............................................. 165-174

Evangelism

Lesson 1 – Evangelism Today........................... 3-11
Lesson 2 – Motives for Evangelism................ 12-17
Lesson 3 – Preparing for the Harvest............ 18-25
Lesson 4 – What is an Evangelist................... 26-30
Lesson 5 – Sharing Your Faith....................... 31-35
Lesson 6-7 – Letting Your Light Shine.......... 36-45
Lesson 8 – Loving Your Neighbor.................. 46-51
Lesson 9 – Discovering Your Field................. 52-57
Lesson 10-11 – Evangelism Models................ 58-63
Lesson 12 – Keys to Successful Evangelism... 64-71

 

Doctor of Ministry 

There are 180-course credits required to earn a Doctor of Ministry.
$4,660. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $3,728.

Internet enrollment fee:
$1,000 12-month 0% financing on $3,660.

Balance:
$305. Monthly
$141. Bi-weekly
$71. Week

Pre-requisite:
Master's Degree in Theology with a 3.00 GPA or higher, High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born again experience, and active church attendance.

Submit a 10-page Essay for each chapter submitted to [email protected] 100 page Dissertation shall be on Ministry. Emailed to [email protected] $200 fee submitted using “Donation” tab.

Old Testament

Lesson 1 – Why Study the Old Testament?...................3-6
Lesson 2 – Introduction to the Old Testament……....9-11
Lesson 3-4 – Genesis……………………………….....12-18
Lesson 5 – Exodus………………………………….....19-22
Lesson 6 – Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy……...23-30
Lesson 7 – Joshua………………………………..........31-36
Lesson 8 – Judges………………………………..........37-41
Lesson 9 – Ruth…………………………………….…42-45
Lesson 10 – I & II Samuel………………………….…46-51
Lesson 11-12 – Kings and Chronicles………...............52-63
Lesson 13-14 – Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther………….…..64-70
Lesson 15-16 – Wisdom Literature……………….…..71-87
Lesson 17 – Isaiah………………………………….…..88-94
Lesson 18 – Jeremiah, Lamentations……………….95-100
Lesson 19 – Ezekiel………………………………….101-105
Lesson 20 – Daniel…………………………………...106-110
Lesson 21-22 – Minor Prophets, Hosea-Micah….…111-123
Lesson 23-24 – Minor Prophets, Nahum-Malachi…124-137

Local Church
Lesson 1 – The Church and the Eternal Purpose of Go 4-10
Lesson 2 – The Church and the Kingdom of God.......... 11-15
Lesson 3-4a – The Universal Church.................................. 16-22
Lesson 4b-5 – The Local Church......................................... 23-27
Lesson 6 – The Church in the Old Testament..................... 28-35
Lesson 7 – Building According to the Pattern..................... 36-43
Lesson 8 – The Names and Titles of the Church................. 44-47
Lesson 9 – The Church as the Temple or Building.............. 48-53
Lesson 10 – The Church as the Family/Membership.......... 54-59
Lesson 11 – The Church as the Family/Self-Governing...... 60-67
Lesson 12 – The Church as the Family/Self-Supporting… 68-73
Lesson 13 – The Church as the Family/Self-Propagating.... 74-77
Lesson 14 – The Church as the Family/Discipline.............. 78-84
Lesson 15 – The Church as the Family/Commitment......... 85-88
Lesson 16 – The Church as the Body of Christ................... 89-97
Lesson 17 – Appointed Servants........................................ 98-106
Lesson 18 – Elders........................................................... 107-113
Lesson 19 – Five-Fold Ministry........................................ 114-117
Lesson 20 – Apostles........................................................ 118-123
Lesson 21 – Prophets....................................................... 124-126
Lesson 22 – Evangelists................................................... 127-129
Lesson 23 – Pastors and Teachers.................................. 130-133
Lesson 24 – Other Body Ministries................................ 134-136

 

Master of Christian Counseling

There is 180-course credits required to earn a Master of Christian Counseling 

$3,250. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $2,600.

Internet enrollment fee:
$700 12-month 0% financing on $2,550.

Balance:
$213. Monthly
$99. Bi-weekly
$50. Week 

Pre-requisite: Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies with a 2.50 GPA or higher, born again experience, and active church attendance.

Submit a 5-page Essay on each chapter, 50-pages, 5 chapter thesis on Christian Counseling is required. Emailed to [email protected] $100 reading fee submitted on “Donation” tab.

Life Management 1, 2, 3
Lesson 1—Introduction to Life Management.......... 3-6
Lesson 2-3—The Dominion Mandate....................... 7-14
Lesson 4-6—Discovering God’s Purpose................ 15-25
Lesson 7-12—Finding My Place............................... 26-38

Lesson 1 – Stewardship................................................... 3-8
Lesson 2-3 – Setting Goals & Establishing Priorities..... 9-16
Lesson 4 – Organization.............................................. 17-22
Lesson 5-6 – Time Management.................................. 23-30
Lesson 7-8 – Prosperity and Success............................ 31-40
Lesson 9-10 – Managing Financial Resources.............. 41-51
Lesson 11-12 – Freedom from Financial Bondage....... 52-61

Lesson 1-3 – Why Work?................................................. 3-13
Lesson 4 – Work and the Eternal Purpose of God…14-19
Lesson 5Work and Money...................................................... 20-25

Lesson 6 – Choosing Your Life’s Work...................... 26-30
Lesson 7 – The Only Policy............................................ 31-37
Lesson 8 – The Price of Excellence.............................. 38-44
Lesson 9 – Promotion through Excellence................. 45-50
Lesson 10 – Something Better than Gold................... 51-55
Lesson 11-12 – The Work Code of Ethics.................. 56-64
Businessperson’s Code of Ethics...................................... 65

 

Family Issues

The First Family
Lesson 1 – The First Family........................................................ 3-7
Lesson 2 – The Restoration of the Home.................................. 8-11

Marriage Issues
Lesson 3 – The Covenant of Marriage.................................... 12-18
Lesson 4 – Role Relationships in Marriage............................. 19-26
Lesson 5 – Loving as Christ Loved......................................... 27-33
Lesson 6 – Communication in Marriage................................. 34-38
Lesson 7 – Resolving Conflict in Marriage............................. 39-45
Lesson 8 – Ingredients of a Successful Marriage..................... 46-53
Lesson 9 – Sex in Marriage..................................................... 54-62
Lesson 10 – Maintaining First Love in Marriage................... 63-69

Child Rearing Issues
Lesson 11 – Parental Responsibilities...................................... 70-78
Lesson 12 – The Value of Children......................................... 79-87
Lesson 13-14 – Child Discipline............................................ 88-101
Lesson 15 – The Atmosphere of the Home.......................... 102-110
Lesson 16 – Developing the Spiritual Life of the Home..... 111-115
Lesson 17 – Guiding Your Children to Destiny.................. 116-121
Lesson 18 – Keys to Successful Family Life......................... 122-130

Other Family-Related Issues
Lesson 19-20 – Christian Principles of Dating..................... 131-140
Lesson 21 – Divorce, Remarriage, and Reconciliation.......... 141-148
Lesson 22 – The Blended Family........................................ 149-155
Lesson 23 – Grand Parenting............................................... 156-161
Lesson 24 – The Ministry of the Family.............................. 162-166

Social roles and Relationships
Lesson 1 – Introduction to Relationships................... 3-8
Lesson 2 – Relationship to God.................................. 9-13
Lesson 3 – Relationship to Authority..................... 14-20
Lesson 4 – Brother/Sister Relationships................ 21-28
Lesson 5-7 – Cultivating Friendships..................... 29-42
Lesson 8 – Maintaining Moral Purity.................... 43-51
Lesson 9-10 – Romantic Relationships................... 52-58
Lesson 11-12 – Dating and Engagement................. 59-81

 

Doctor of Christian Counseling 

There are 180-course credits required to earn a Doctor of Christian Counseling. 

$4,660. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $3,728.

Internet enrollment fee:
$1,000 12-month 0% financing on $3,660.

Balance:
$305. Monthly $141. Bi-weekly $71. Week

Pre-requisite:
Master's Degree in Theology with a 3.00 GPA or higher, born again experience, and active church attendance. A 100 page, 10 chapter thesis on Biblical Theology is required. Must earn 3.00 or higher to receive a diploma.

Submit a 10-page Essay for each chapter. 100-page Dissertation shall be on Biblical Counseling. Emailed to [email protected] $200 fee submitted using “Donation” tab.

Biblical Counseling
Lesson 1-2a – Introduction to Biblical Counseling............. 3-11
Lesson 2b-3 – The Word and the Spirit in Counseling..... 12-24
Lesson 4 – The Ministry of Counseling............................ 25-30

Foundations for Counseling
Lesson 5-6 – The Qualifications of the Counselor............. 31-40
Lesson 7-9 – The Foundations of Biblical Counseling...... 41-72
Lesson 10 – Counseling Presuppositions........................... 73-79

The Counseling Process
Lesson 11-13 – Counseling Preliminaries......................... 80-97
Lesson 14-15 – Gathering and Clarifying Information…98-109
Lesson 16 – Instilling Hope…...................................... 110-117
Lesson 17 – Breaking Down the Problem..................... 118-129
Lesson 18 – Using Scripture in Counseling.................. 130-136
Lesson 19 – Sharing Solutions...................................... 137-146
Lesson 20 – Giving and Checking Homework............. 147-152

Other Counseling Helps
Lesson 21 – Counseling Cautions.................................. 153-159
Lesson 22 – Using Illustrations in Counseling.............. 160-168
Lesson 23 – Common Counseling Questions................. 169-175
Lesson 24 – Counseling Resources................................ 176-181

Visions and Values
Lesson 1-3 – The Definition and Importance of Vision..........3-13
Lesson 4 – The Diseases Associated with Vision..................14-22
Lesson 5-6 – The Source of Vision........................................23-34
Lesson 7 – Receiving a Vision...............................................35-40
Lesson 8 – Characteristics of a Vision from God...................41-47
Lesson 9-11 – The Qualities of a Vision Achiever.................48-66
Lesson 12 – Writing the Vision...............................................67-72
Lesson 13-14 – Key Elements of Vision Fulfillment..............73-83
Lesson 15-16 – Communicating or Casting Vision.................84-91
Lesson 17 – Creating a Team Vision.....................................92-97
Lesson 18 – The Importance of Values................................98-103
Lesson 19-20 – Identifying and Stating Core Values...........104-118
Lesson 21 – Communicating and Implementing Values.......119-123
Lesson 22-23 – Introducing New Values..........................124-133
Lesson 24 – The Vision and Values of City Life Church.......134-139

 

Master of Christian Philosophy 

There are 180-course credits required to earn a Master of Christian Philosophy.

$3,250. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $2,600.

Internet enrollment fee:
$700 12-month 0% financing on $2,550.

Balance:
$213. Monthly $99. Bi-weekly $50.

Week Pre-requisite:
Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies with a 2.50 GPA or higher, born-again experience, and active church attendance.

Submit a 5-page Essay on each chapter, 50 page 5 chapter thesis on Christian Philosophy is required.
Emailed to [email protected] $100 reading fee submitted on “Donation”.

Life of Christ
Lesson 1– The Background the Gospels............................... 3-10
Lesson 2 – Why Four Gospels............................................ 11-18
Lesson 3-4 – The Birth of Jesus........................................... 19-30
Lesson 5 – The Early Life of Jesus..................................... 31-41
Lesson 6 – The Forerunner of Jesus.................................... 42-52
Lesson 7-8 – The Baptism and Temptation of Jesus.......... 53-65
Lesson 9 – The Disciples of Jesus........................................ 66-72
Lesson 10 – The Ministry of Jesus...................................... 73-83
Lesson 11 – The Son of God and the Son of Man.............. 84-94
Lesson 12 – Jesus, the Very Heart of the Father.............. 95-102
Lesson 13 – Jesus, the Greater than Moses..................... 103-112
Lesson 14 – Jesus, the Power of God.............................. 113-121
Lesson 15 – Jesus, the Lord of the Sabbath................... 122-131
Lesson 16 – Jesus, the I AM........................................... 132-142
Lesson 17 – The Opposition of Jesus.............................. 143-151
Lesson 18-19 – The Parables of Jesus............................ 152-163
Lesson 20 – The Prophetic Ministry of Jesus................. 164-174
Lesson 21 – Jesus’ Rejection and Road to the Cross...... 175-187
Lesson 22 – The Arrest and Trials of Jesus.................... 188-199
Lesson 23 – The Crucifixion of Jesus............................. 200-214
Lesson 24 – Jesus’ Resurrection and Ascension............. 215-224

ACTS of The Apostles
Lesson 1 – Introduction to the Book.............. 3-11
Lesson 2-3 – The Keys of the Kingdom....... 12-21
Lesson 4-6 – Acts Chapter 1........................... 22-43
Lesson 7-8 – Acts Chapter 2........................... 44-61
Lesson 9-10 – Acts Chapter 3-4.................... 62-80
Lesson 11 – Acts Chapter 5............................ 81-88
Lesson 12 – Acts Chapter 6-7........................ 89-96
Lesson 13 – Acts Chapter 8......................... 97-103
Lesson 14 – Acts Chapter 9....................... 104-112
Lesson 15 – Acts Chapter 10-11................ 113-121
Lesson 16 – Acts Chapter 12..................... 122-130
Lesson 17 – Acts Chapter 13..................... 131-139
Lesson 18 – Acts Chapter 14..................... 140-146
Lesson 19 – Acts Chapter 15..................... 147-154
Lesson 20 – Acts Chapter 16-17................ 155-165
Lesson 21 – Acts Chapter 18-19................ 166-176
Lesson 22 – Acts Chapter 20-22................ 177-185
Lesson 23 – Acts Chapter 23-26................ 186-193
Lesson 24 – Acts Chapter 27-28................ 194-204

 

Doctor of Christian Philosophy

There is 180-course credits required to earn a Doctor of Christian Philosophy.
$4,660. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment:$3,728.

Internet enrollment fee:
$1,000 12-month 0% financing on $3,660.

Balance:
$305. Monthly
$141. Bi-weekly
$71. Weekly

Pre-requisite:
Master's Degree in Theology with a 3.00 GPA or higher, born again experience, and active church attendance. A 100 page, 10 chapter thesis on Biblical Theology is required. Must earn 3.00 or higher to receive a diploma.

Submit a 10-page Essay for each chapter. 100-page Dissertation shall be on Christian Philosophy. Emailed to [email protected] $200 fee submitted using “Donation” tab.

Life Of Christ
Lesson 1– The Background the Gospels............................... 3-10
Lesson 2 – Why Four Gospels............................................ 11-18
Lesson 3-4 – The Birth of Jesus........................................... 19-30
Lesson 5 – The Early Life of Jesus..................................... 31-41
Lesson 6 – The Forerunner of Jesus.................................... 42-52
Lesson 7-8 – The Baptism and Temptation of Jesus.......... 53-65
Lesson 9 – The Disciples of Jesus........................................ 66-72
Lesson 10 – The Ministry of Jesus...................................... 73-83
Lesson 11 – The Son of God and the Son of Man.............. 84-94
Lesson 12 – Jesus, the Very Heart of the Father.............. 95-102
Lesson 13 – Jesus, the Greater than Moses..................... 103-112
Lesson 14 – Jesus, the Power of God.............................. 113-121
Lesson 15 – Jesus, the Lord of the Sabbath................... 122-131
Lesson 16 – Jesus, the I AM........................................... 132-142
Lesson 17 – The Opposition of Jesus.............................. 143-151
Lesson 18-19 – The Parables of Jesus............................ 152-163
Lesson 20 – The Prophetic Ministry of Jesus................. 164-174
Lesson 21 – Jesus’ Rejection and Road to the Cross...... 175-187
Lesson 22 – The Arrest and Trials of Jesus.................... 188-199
Lesson 23 – The Crucifixion of Jesus............................. 200-214
Lesson 24 – Jesus’ Resurrection and Ascension............. 215-224

ACTS of The Apostles
Lesson 1 – Introduction to the Book.............. 3-11
Lesson 2-3 – The Keys of the Kingdom....... 12-21
Lesson 4-6 – Acts Chapter 1........................... 22-43
Lesson 7-8 – Acts Chapter 2........................... 44-61
Lesson 9-10 – Acts Chapter 3-4.................... 62-80
Lesson 11 – Acts Chapter 5............................ 81-88
Lesson 12 – Acts Chapter 6-7........................ 89-96
Lesson 13 – Acts Chapter 8......................... 97-103
Lesson 14 – Acts Chapter 9....................... 104-112
Lesson 15 – Acts Chapter 10-11................ 113-121
Lesson 16 – Acts Chapter 12..................... 122-130
Lesson 17 – Acts Chapter 13..................... 131-139
Lesson 18 – Acts Chapter 14..................... 140-146
Lesson 19 – Acts Chapter 15..................... 147-154
Lesson 20 – Acts Chapter 16-17................ 155-165
Lesson 21 – Acts Chapter 18-19................ 166-176
Lesson 22 – Acts Chapter 20-22................ 177-185
Lesson 23 – Acts Chapter 23-26................ 186-193
Lesson 24 – Acts Chapter 27-28................ 194-204

 

Doctor of Christian Philosophy 

There is 180-course credits required to earn a Doctor of Christian Philosophy.
$4,660. 20% discount if paid in full at enrollment: $3,728.

Internet enrollment fee:
$1,000 12-month 0% financing on $3,660.

Balance:
$305. Monthly
$141. Bi-weekly
$71. Week

Pre-requisite:
Master's Degree in Theology with a 3.00 GPA or higher, born again experience, and active church attendance. A 100 page, 10 chapter thesis on Biblical Theology is required. Must earn 3.00 or higher to receive a diploma.

Submit a 10-page Essay for each chapter. 100-page Dissertation shall be on Christian Philosophy.
Emailed to [email protected] $200 fee submitted using “Donation” tab.

 

Drug Intervention Ministry Degree

The Truth about Drugs Curriculum contains practical tools to educate people about substance abuse. The most effective weapon in the war on drugs is education. The Drug-Free World Foundation and Midwest College of Theology have teamed up to offer DFW 14-course award-winning curriculum. Anyone wanting to learn proven, practical ways to educate and minister to others about substance abuse is invited to take these Drug-Free World online classes.

Associate Degree Drug Intervention Ministry Pre-requisite: High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born again experience, and active church attendance, Must earn a 2.00 GPA or higher to receive a diploma.

Go to www.drugfreeworld.org and enroll in the “Free Online Courses”. Writing a 5-page, 12-point, Essay when completing the video, lessons and test of the first (1st) 7 courses. Submit $330 with each of the 7 Essays turned into MCT. The Truth About Drugs The Truth about Prescription Drug Abuse The Truth about Ritalin Abuse The Truth about Painkillers The Truth about Heroin The Truth about Marijuana The Truth about Synthetic Drugs

Submit each of the 7 Essays via [email protected] Submit $330 with each Essay by using the “Haiti donation” tab on the MCT website, or mail a check made out to Lifeline Ministries to MCT P.O. Bx 7, Iberia, Mo. 65482

Upon completion of this program, students can either choose to have their diplomas mailed to them at no charge, or as our graduation gift, student is invited come to New York City, (At student’s expense) last week of May 2022, (Covid Permitting) to attend the DFW Black-tie Gala on a Thursday night followed by a graduation ceremony which could be conducted the day after the Gala in the Main Chamber (if available) of the UN Headquarters Building, United Nation’s Plaza, Manhattan NYC. Graduates my invite friends and family to attend the Gala and graduation at the UN in NYC for do-nation of $300 made out to Drug-Free World Foundation.

The Truth about Drugs Curriculum contains practical tools to educate people about substance abuse. The most effective weapon in the war on drugs is education. The Drug-Free World Foundation and Midwest College of Theology have teamed up to offer DFW 14-course award-winning curriculum. Anyone wanting to learn proven, practical ways to educate and minister to others about substance abuse is invited to take these Drug-Free World online classes.

 

Bachelor Degree Drug Intervention Ministry 

Pre-requisite:
Associate Degree in Drug Intervention Ministry with a minimum GPA of 2.00, High School diploma, GED or Equivalent, born again experience, and active church attendance, Must earn a 2.00 GPA or higher to receive a diploma.

$2,660

Go to www.drugfreeworld.org and enroll in the “Free Online Courses”. Writing a 10-page, 12-point Essay when completing the video and lessons of each last 7 courses. Submit $380 with each of the 7 Essays turned into MCT

The Truth about Alcohol The Truth about Inhalants The Truth about Ecstasy The Truth about LSD The Truth about Cocaine The Truth about Crystal Meth

Submit each of the 7 Essays online via [email protected] Submit $380 with each Essay by using the “Haiti Donation” on MCT website, tab or mail check made out to Lifeline Ministries to MCT P.O. Bx 7, Iberia, Mo. 65482

Each Bachelor student must attend a 2-hour Zoom meeting (Date to be decided) with Dr. Ben Fial-koff of Drug-Free World Foundation, to be “Certified” to present DFW Foundation. Said student must submit a video of themselves teaching the Drug-Free World principals to a group such as, church, community gathering, etc.

Upon completion of this program, students can either choose to have their diplomas mailed to them at no charge, or as our graduation gift, student is invited come to New York City, (At student's expense) last week of May 2022, (Covid Permitting) to attend the DFW Gala on a Thursday night followed by a graduation ceremony which could be conducted the day after the Gala in the Main Chamber (if available) of the UN Headquarters Building, United Nation’s Plaza, Manhattan NYC. Graduates, my invite friends and family to attend the Gala and graduation at the UN in NYC for do-nation of $300 made out to Drug-Free World Foundation

Master and Doctoral programs coming soon!

 

For a Donation of $300 per person made out to Drug-Free World Foundation, MCT students may invite their guests (no limit) to participate in the Drug-Free World Black-Tie Gala event held at a 5-star venue in NYC. This annual Gala is generally attended by celebrities, government officials and dignitaries from around the World.

A graduation ceremony could be conducted the day after the DFW Gala in the Main Chamber (if available) of the UN Headquarters Building, Unit-ed Nation’s Plaza, Manhattan NYC.

The MCT student and their guests will be escorted into the main Chamber and given a seat where the UN Diplomats and Ambassadors from around the world are seated. You will observe and possibly take part in the annual Drug-Free World Foundation United Nations meeting. You will be part of a group photo of the MCT students in full graduation regalia (Student’s responsibly) on the main platform and given your diplomas afterward. You will meet and be able to take pictures with Ambassadors and Diplomats from around the World!

 

IT HOURS

Please note: This is a MINISTRY degree and not intended for certification. You will, however, be Certified to teach the curriculum by attending the DFW zoom training session (date to be announced) This diploma aspires to prepare students to offer MINISTRY and spiritual guidance to individuals, families, and groups who struggle with the effects of substance abuse. This is a 6-month program where students who complete all 14 lessons and make the proper donation will be gifted an Associate and/or Bachelor’s degree in Drug Intervention Ministry.

 

ACCREDITATION IS NOT SECULAR, IT IS RELIGIOUS. A secular certification is not provided with this degree. This degree is intended to train students for ministry.

Your Tax-Exempt donation

Your tax-deductible donation will be divided between Drug-Free World Foundation for the distribution of Drug Intervention tools around the world n and Lifeline Ministries and to help feed starving children in Haiti.

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