Our courses are recognized by the General Council of the Assemblies of God. As such, they meet the credit requirements to be a credentialed minister with the Florida Multicultural District of the Assemblies of God.

First Year Courses

An analysis of the Hebrew canon. The course familiarizes the student with the key facts in each book of the Old Testament. Emphasis is given to Old Testament books that will not be covered in detail in other courses. Covers Chapters: Introduction, 8-16. 

An analysis of the Greek canon. The course points out the key facts in each book of the New Testament. Emphasis is given to New Testament books that will not be covered in detail in other courses. Chapters to be used: 1 through 5 and chapters 23 and 24 (Total 7 chapters). 

An analysis of the Hebrew canon. The course familiarizes the student with the key facts in each book of the Old Testament. Emphasis is given to Old Testament books that will not be covered in detail in other courses. Covers Chapters: Introduction, 8-16. 

A biblical, comprehensive and strategic plan requires the Spirit's endowment to produce spiritual fruit and a flourishing church. The strategic plan is based on the book of Acts 2, and focuses on developing Spirit-invested disciples who will be involved in the five functions found there: Connect, Grow, Serve, Go and Worship. Assessment tools are used to identify areas where changes are needed, and the strategic plan is used to focus on God's vision for each local church. 

A chronological study of the life and ministry of Christ taken from the accounts of the four Gospels. The course is informative, inspired and practical in application. Chapters to be used: 6 to 12 (Total 7 chapters).

A study, in view of the teachings in the Scriptures, of the moral principles that regulate human behavior. The course gives special attention to the minister's code of ethics related to his family, his fellow ministers, his congregation, his community, and his denomination; and to contemporary personal, economic, and social moral problems.

A study of pneumatology, the distinctive Pentecostal doctrine of the Holy Spirit, focusing on the divinity and personality of the Spirit, and the work of the Spirit in giving believers the benefits of Christ's work.

Second Year Courses

A study of Christian doctrines from a Protestant and evangelical perspective. The course provides a complete study of the "Statement of Fundamental Truths" of the General Council of the Assemblies of God (USA). 

A study of how to interpret the Word of God correctly. It includes the five fundamental rules of biblical interpretation, as well as the study of rhetorical figures in Scripture, Hebraisms, and symbolism. 

An introduction to teaching. Through the course the student will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of education in the areas of the teacher, the student, and the material. Emphasis is placed on the teacher's appeal to the student's five senses and variety in class.

The local church is the origin of evangelism to reach its community and the world. After a fundamental biblical theology of the Great Commission and the role of the Holy Spirit in evangelism, this course proposes a comprehensive and integrated approach to evangelism in the local church that avoids evangelism and discipleship that is limited to the work of a particular department of the church. It focuses on a diversity of evangelism methods, the evangelistic purpose of an organized fellowship of churches, and pastoral leadership in evangelism.

A practical study on Christian leadership that represents the biblical foundations of leadership and introduces the student to the task and practice of leadership, and guides the student in the application of biblical and theoretical principles. 

A study of the Acts of the Apostles, including the ministry of the resurrected Christ through the Holy Spirit, through the Church. The course deals with the coming of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the Church, the expansion of the gospel and the victories Christ gave through the Spirit. Chapters to be used: 13 to 17 (Total 5 chapters).

An introduction to practical techniques for sermon preparation. These techniques are applied through experiences directed to sermon preparation. Attention is given to the types of sermons and the content, logical structure and essential principles for the organization of a sermon. 

Third Year Courses

A biblical perspective on conflict management. This course provides a biblical way to handle the inevitable occasions when conflicts occur, particularly in the context of the church. It offers practical principles for resolving conflict in a God-pleasing way. 

An expository study of the book of Revelation. The course emphasizes the unifying message of the book: the final triumph of Christ and the Church. Traditional interpretations of the symbolism and prophetic truths of Revelation are presented. An evaluation of one of the most powerful prophetic collections of the Old Testament. The course is organized according to prophetic themes and topics of interpretation. It deals with the interpretation of the Bible's prophetic literature and final events. 

Course in which the student develops a biblical-theological and missiological perspective on church planting within a framework of a theology of the Kingdom of God. Articulate a biblical vision of church planting from the perspective of a movement and carry out that vision in their local context, contributing to the church planting movement; according to the call and gifts received.

An introductory course on the science of missions, giving a biblical and theological approach. It is a study of the theology, history and methods of Christian missions in general. It emphasizes recent developments, crucial problems, contemporary trends and missions as they are carried out by national and local churches. 

A practical study of the principles about which Paul wrote to the churches during his imprisonment. The concepts are presented in easy-to-understand language, with explanations, illustrations, and applications that make the concepts helpful to students in both their personal lives and ministry. 

A practical study of Paul's letters to the Romans and their relationship to the rest of the Pauline epistles. Special attention is given to the terms "flesh", "spirit" and "law" mentioned in the epistle. 

A study of the five poetic books; Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon. These books cover topics such as: Why does the righteous suffer? the fear of Jehovah, and how we should live. He seeks a balance between the obvious and the hidden, the technical and the simple, the historical situation and the contemporary situation, what is ancient and well known and what is new. 

Cursos 4to Año: Preparación Ministerial

A study of 1 and 2 Corinthians that provides students with truths for preaching and teaching, and practical help for working with the problems facing the contemporary church. The student will learn how Paul taught the Corinthians to handle division and adversity. By applying these principles, the student will be prepared to meet the ministerial challenges of the 21st century. 

The purpose of this course is to help preachers present life-changing messages that are relevant to the world in which they live. The course will emphasize the presentation of true, clear, interesting and relevant messages. The student will be challenged to present expository messages that are true to the power and intent of Scripture. In addition, it will examine the post-modern culture and offer aids in developing messages relevant to the needs and concerns of this audience. 

An introduction to the biblical teachings on prayer and worship leads to practical considerations for cultivating intimacy with Jesus Christ in every aspect of life, from private and personal prayer to public celebration. A study of prayer challenges such as learning to hear God's voice, the problem of unanswered prayer, and what to do when it seems God is not speaking to us is followed by practical recommendations for how to become more fervent and effective prayer warriors. 

A theological study of the first five books of the Bible. It covers the doctrine and nature of creation, the nature of sin and redemption, the importance of holiness and the covenant of Abraham with the people of Israel. Chapters to be used: 1-7.

This course requires the student to work with a local pastor to gain practical experience in various ministry activities. This course promotes the importance of a good attitude in ministry, as well as many of the functions of ministry, such as weddings and funerals. It also emphasizes servant leadership and the devotional life of the minister. 

A practical study of the various tasks and responsibilities of the minister of the gospel. It offers practical suggestions for the daily task of the minister, both inside and outside the church. It examines aspects that, although detailed, are very important for the successful performance of the pastor's duties. 

A study of U.S. church law for ministers, church administrators, and ministerial students. The course emphasizes contemporary legal questions with appropriate current answers. 

Cursos 4to Año: Educación Continuada

A study of 1 and 2 Corinthians that provides students with truths for preaching and teaching, and practical help for working with the problems facing the contemporary church. The student will learn how Paul taught the Corinthians to handle division and adversity. By applying these principles, the student will be prepared to meet the ministerial challenges of the 21st century. 

The purpose of this course is to help preachers present life-changing messages that are relevant to the world in which they live. The course will emphasize the presentation of true, clear, interesting and relevant messages. The student will be challenged to present expository messages that are true to the power and intent of Scripture. In addition, it will examine the post-modern culture and offer aids in developing messages relevant to the needs and concerns of this audience. 

An introduction to the biblical teachings on prayer and worship leads to practical considerations for cultivating intimacy with Jesus Christ in every aspect of life, from private and personal prayer to public celebration. A study of prayer challenges such as learning to hear God's voice, the problem of unanswered prayer, and what to do when it seems God is not speaking to us is followed by practical recommendations for how to become more fervent and effective prayer warriors. 

A theological study of the first five books of the Bible. It covers the doctrine and nature of creation, the nature of sin and redemption, the importance of holiness and the covenant of Abraham with the people of Israel. Chapters to be used: 1-7.

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