Salt Lake Bible College (Video)


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Practical Christian Ministry   

   If you are actively involved in a ministry in your local Church on a regular basis, then you are eligible for 1 credit per quarter (6 credits per year) for practical Christian ministry.  This course is a Local Church course and can only be taken if you are member serving in a local Church.  If you are not an active member of a local Church then obviously you cannot be actively involved in a ministry of a local Church and, therefore, you are not eligible to take this course and you are exempted from taking it.

   Order In the Church 

    In  this course you will study the processes necessary for the orderly running of a New Testament Church and its varied ministries.  (4 credits)


    A verse by verse study of the Book of the Revelation.   (4 credits)

      Missions I. (The Church and Missions)
      Missions II. (Co-Laborer With God In World Missions)
      Missions III. (Through The Eyes Of Compassion)

In these courses you will study the responsibility of the Local Church concerning The Great Commission and Missions, the method by which the Commission is to be carried out as well as the principle of Faith Promise Missions giving.

Christian Character Series   
   This series of courses is designed to teach you the biblical precepts of Christian character.  It has been said that "Reputation is what you are when you are around others; character is what you are when you are alone."  This is a very useful definition.
   In this series you will learn how to develop the holy character that God requires of His children.  Whether you develop that type of character that God wants for you depends upon whether you follow the Bible precepts that you will learn in these courses.  The choice is, of course, up to you.  (1 - 1.5 credits per section of the series as indicated.)

Bible Doctrines  

What does God teach in His Word about The Scriptures, God, Jesus Christ, Salvation, Sin, etc . . . . . ?   (3 credits)

  The Church  

      This class will teach you the basics of God's command for, and how to carry out, communal worship of God.  Addressed will be: where did the Church come from, who started it and when, what is it, and where is it today?  (1.5 credits)

Faith, the Building Blocks of Christianity  

    In this course you will learn about this thing we hear so widely mentioned, Faith.  You will pursue the word through the scriptures and learn its meaning in the context of the many ways it is used therein.  In addition you will learn of: dead faith and living faith; natural faith and spiritual faith; faith as an ability, and what its kinship is to the term, believe, as well as various other aspects of our relationship to this very necessary, and even essential, element in the lives of both the saved and the lost. (1 credit)

  The Bible  

      A comprehensive study of the Scriptures.
    Origins, inspiration, preservation, and comparisons, are just some of the subjects addressed.  (4 credits)

Soul Winning Practicum I. & II.

    A practical class to teach you the basics of how to go about leading a soul to Christ.  This class is a Bible-based, step by step guide to teach you the method, give you the practice, and encourage you in the performing of the duty that Christ gives to you personally; and that duty is soul-by-soul evangelism.  (1 credit each section with a possibility of earning up to 5 credits total)

Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?

    Christian Counseling II.  

           This course will teach you how to take control of your life.
    One cannot control how long he will live, but he can sure determine HOW he will live. This course is an eight week counseling session which will enrich or change your life.    And, if you use the knowledge gained in this course in later counseling sessions where you are the counselor, you can use it to help others.  (1 credit)


Discipleship I.   

A basic discipleship course which will ground you as a disciple of our Lord Jesus Christ.  (1.5 credits)

Discipleship II.    

  This course is the follow-up course to Discipleship One and requires the successful completion of that course as a prerequisite for taking this course.  If you have not yet taken, and passed, the Discipleship One course then you will not be allowed to take this course.
  This course is to be carried out under the local church where you are a member.
  Therefore, you must have permission from your pastor to be a discipler or, as it is called in the Guide, a Role Model.
   In the completion of this course, you will have discipled at least one other person whom God has put in your path.  The first person you should disciple is preferably the person that you led to the Lord during your Salvation course. (2 credits with a possibility of up to 8 credits total)

First Corinthians

A verse by verse study of the book of First Corinthians.  (3 credits)
   This book, First Corinthians, addresses many of the problems concerning morality, doctrinal errors, the misunderstandings concerning the use and misuse of gifts, that are commonly found in many New Testament Churches today.
   This class will give you basic bible teachings that can help address and correct these problems in a manner that will be pleasing to God.