Teaching and Preaching Tactics

In ” Teaching & Preaching Tactics ” you will learn how to use a great spiritual weapon. That weapon is the sword of the Spirit which is the Word of God (Ephesians 6:17). You will learn tactics of preaching and teaching God’s Word for the purpose of defeating the enemy. This course uses God’s Word, the Holy Bible, as the revelation upon which all teaching is based. In Biblical teaching the teacher, subject, and methods must all be in harmony with the Bible.

Course Fee R500

Biblical World View

Developing a Biblical world view is basic to spiritual multiplication. Having a Biblical world view means you see the world on the basis of what is revealed about it in the Bible. You do not look at the world as politicians, economists, or educators. You do not view the world in terms of your own culture. Instead, you view the world as God sees it. You begin to understand it from His perspective. To “develop” means to acquire something or to expand knowledge in a certain area. This course will expand your knowledge of the world in which you live for the purpose of multiplying spiritual labourers.

Course Fee R500

Biblical Ethics

The idea of positive living means to show the right actions in your lifestyle as a Christian following the example in the life and teaching of Jesus. Positive commands and promises rather than mere demands bring fulfillment and joyful living instead of frustration. Jesus is our example. We are personally responsible for cooperating with Christ to bring about positive living, which results from our love for Him. This course will help you see the rules that were made to help you be holy as He is holy. It will help you see that these rules for right living are made for your own good. God is interested in what you are rather than in what you do not do as a Christian.

Course Fee R500

Marriage & the Home

Marriage is the product of a divine plan. Human beings did not think it up or invent it—God created it. The Garden of Eden is where He chose to institute it. Throughout His Word He upholds it. Christ’s presence at the wedding in Cana confirms it. Someone has likened marriage to a kit which “contains all of the pieces of something that must be put together.” It requires some sanding of rough parts, some gluing, a bit of hammering, some dusting, waxing, and polishing. But the result is beautifully rewarding. The kind of marriage that will have far-reaching effects for good is the one that is built according to the pattern and directions given in God’s Word.

Course Fee R500

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