This study breaks down the ancient Israelite Tabernacle and discusses how objects under the Tabernacle roof carry theological, symbolic, and moral implications that can be applied to today’s Christian life. For example, a typical activity in the ancient Tabernacle was the burning of incense, which can be compared to what God experiences when we pray in His name (Hebrews 13:15). The Tabernacle holds many lessons and exhortations that contemporary Christians can apply to their personal spiritual journeys.
This is a powerful, practical teaching meant to empower and embolden believers to have faith and trust God for their healing and the healing of loved ones. In this course, Dr. Tommy Combs teaches on taking authority over disease, the steps of being healed, how healing works in Scripture, and the things that believers often do to prevent proper healing. By examining Scripture passages, Dr. Combs will detail how and why disease came into the world, how and why certain miracles occur in the Bible, how healing differs from the Old Testament to the New Testament, and much more.
This course will take you through a quick review of the Armor of God teaching and then will go much more into details about the Roman Empire, Roman warfare strategy and techniques used in fighting battles in that era. The sets, scenes, and teaching tools are elaborate in this course.  You will learn about spiritual warfare while surrounded by armor, chariots, weaponry, shields and authentic antiquities. The warfare passages in Ephesians will be unveiled and will come to life in your spirit on this teaching canvas of sight, sound, and life-sized props. You will take away knowledge about fighting spiritual battles, which will allow you and others to live victoriously.
This study is based on one of Apostle Paul’s letters he wrote while in prison – the book of Ephesians. It is said that Paul, while in prison, was literally bound in chains to a Roman soldier. His thoughts in Ephesians about the Armor of God were based on what he saw of the Roman soldier’s armor, and he compared the “armor” that Christians must outfit themselves with to that armor. This book elucidates why the Armor of God is crucial to the Christian life, and what it takes to “Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil” (Ephesians 6:11).
After the book of Acts, we hear almost nothing about the 12 disciples in the New Testament. In this course, we follow the journey of the 12 disciples all the way to their death. This is an in-depth study through the research of church history and Jewish history archives. Through this course, you will see how these faithful disciples were used to father the Christian movement that is now worldwide. You can even trace your own spiritual heritage to one of the disciples.
Join David Barton, founder and president of the WallBuilders organization, as he dives into the historical and contemporary effects the Bible has had on culture, especially in the United States. Judeo-Christian values and the study of Scripture formed the concepts on which our governmental structure was built, and it’s important that we remember that. In this course, David Barton details the legacies of the Geneva and King James Bibles, the history of Scripture in public education, the role of the Bible in racial equality movements, the Bible’s influence on the US Constitution, and much more.
Whether they realize it or not, everyone has a philosophy. A philosophy is, simply put, the set of ideas, beliefs, and values a person lives by. In other words, it’s a lens through which one views the world. In this course, Dr. Creflo Dollar encourages believers to gain a deeper understanding of their own philosophy and determine if it lines up with a biblical one. All philosophies bear fruit, so it’s necessary for believers to be aware of their philosophy. Join Dr. Dollar in discussing what a believer’s philosophy should look like.
Jesus, at the beginning of His ministry, said, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand” (Matthew 3:2). When He says that it is “at hand,” what He means is that it is here now, in the present. It is not merely a prophetic concept for the future or the afterlife, but something believers are a part of already. In this course, Dr. Pat Robertson details how we belong to this kingdom of heaven while here on earth and what that looks like for our daily lives.
One of the most pressing issues contemporary Christian culture faces is figuring out how to think about, respond to, and love Arabic and Islamic people groups. Matthew 5:44 says to “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” True love is rooted in understanding. Therefore, learning more about how Islam operates and what Muslims believe will put Christians in an improved position to love people that are very different from themselves. This course is facilitated by an individual who was raised in a Muslim home but was converted to Christianity as an adult after a near-death supernatural experience.
The Bible has a lot to say about worship in its different forms, levels, and vehicles. Worship is vital to the spiritual health of any and every Christian, which is why it is so important to have a deep understanding of what it is and how to implement it. In this course, powerful worship leaders such as Lindell Cooley, Judy Jacobs, and Jimmy Phillips help students acquire a deeper knowledge of worship.
This course that will take you through the history of the Bible. You will learn about inspired texts and ancient writings like the apocrypha. You will learn the law of interpretation as well as how the Bible was preserved supernaturally by God. Best of all, Perry Stone will teach you methods for studying the Bible that will help you grow in your daily walk with God. After taking this course, you will never be able to look at the sacred text of the Bible the same way again.
Islam is hugely influential on the world today, with hundreds of millions of Muslims around the world. As Islam is often associated with violent terror attacks, totalitarian regimes, and brutal customs, it is easy for believers to fear Muslims. Although the concern is not unfounded, Christians should not be content to merely cower in fear of Islam and its adherents. Knowledge is a powerful tool and weapon, and knowing what Islam really teaches can help Christians understand and reach Muslims. Join instructor Sam Daniels, a former Muslim, as he details the biggest theological tenets of Islam, contradictions in the Quran, questions that Muslims cannot answer, and ways to reach Muslims.
Life-long ministers and pastors speak on the importance of Christians living lives centered on missions and evangelism. Mission work is not reserved for the traveling evangelist or the overseas missionary, but rather is required of all followers of Christ – even the everyday Christian with a fulltime occupation. As Christians, we are called to a lifestyle of missions and evangelism, and the powerful communicators in this course explain how to do so.