The Bible tells us that the goal of our spiritual life is to become like Christ. It doesn’t take us long to realize that the transformation we desire will not take place by imitating Christ in our own strength. Only by placing ourselves in God’s hands and inviting Him to change us can we be spiritually transformed. The spiritual formation courses offered here will guide you into learning the various means by which true spiritual growth can occur, including these: Bible study, prayer, fellowship, witnessing, worship, and service. The focus of these studies is to help you become like Christ through obeying God’s Word in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Spiritual Life Basics

The New Testament challenges each of us to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18). What does this mean and how do we do this?

The Spiritual Life Basics course begins with explaining how to know for sure that you have eternal life through Jesus Christ. Then you learn how to…

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Bible Basics

Are you curious about the Bible? Is any of it even relevant for today? The Bible Basics course provides you with an overview of the Bible and will demonstrate how the Old and New Testament books fit together. You will discover spiritual insights that will speak to your heart today and understand why the Bible has become an enduring and…

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Bible Study Basics

If you began today, you could spend a lifetime looking for and discovering all of the treasures of the Bible. In Bible Study Basics you will need to become childlike, yet scientific at the same time, as you ask these questions: Who is the author? To whom is he writing? Why? When? Where? How? Wherefore? In asking these questions you…

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Divine Encounters: Mapping Your Spiritual Life

Welcome to Divine Encounters: Mapping Your Spiritual Life, a course designed to prepare you spiritually and emotionally as you begin your biblical and theological studies. You have a desire to know more about the Bible and to develop your relationship with God. Sometimes forward movement can occur most effectively after a backward look.

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