Biblical Study

Semester 1:  Tuesday, September 9, 2020 through Friday, December 18, 2020

Semester 2:  Tuesday, January 12, 2021 through Sunday, May 2, 2021


Each semester will include 2 core academic courses requiring reading, class participation, written work and assessments at the end of each course. The studies for our courses occur in a discussion environment around a table. Interns are encouraged to ask questions as the goal is to grow in relationship with each other as we grow in relationship with God.


In addition, there will be classes throughout the year including: 


All text books and course materials are provided.  


Semester 1:


Biblical Theology - Biblical Theology is the discipline of tracing themes, ideas and concepts through the whole body of Scripture. It is built upon the commitment to the Bible as a unified whole, and pursues the complete teaching of God on a given topic through the process of revelation. This class will demonstrate the study by walking through the history of redemption as it is revealed in Scripture, followed by delving into seven major themes and discussing the Scriptural teaching through the lens of biblical theology.


Partnership - This class takes an in-depth look at the partnership that happens between us, others, and God himself. The greatest partnership has been given to us by God. The Holy Spirit is often seen as a hurried afterthought of the Trinity. However, our relationship with the Holy Spirit is of the utmost importance, and is always growing and maturing. How we mature and grow that relationship happens is up to our desire to allow him to manifest Himself in our lives. The latter half of this course is to look at the partnership that happens between us and others. A relationship that is being built to grow others to and in Christ is called a discipleship.


Semester 2:


Apologetics and Ethics -  A study of methods and material which can be used to strengthen and defend the faith of a follower of Jesus. There will be an emphasis on Pastoral Apologetics, critical thinking, theistic arguments, and the problem of evil. Students will be introduced to biblical approaches to ethical issues and then asked to discuss them with fellow classmates.


World Religions - This course is designed to increase our understanding of World Religions in order to clarify our world view and deepen our empathy for other cultures.  As we are called to “disciple the nations” these classes will challenge us with discussion topics of real life situations and a common ground from which we can build relationships with people who do not know Jesus Christ. It will also serve to recognize the uniqueness of Christianity and instill confidence in the way, the truth, and the hope of Jesus.




Day Off



8:00-8:50 am Daily Devotion

9:00-9:50 am Core Session I

10:00-10:50 Core Session II

11:00-11:50 am Bible Class

12:00-12:30 pm Ministry Meeting

12:30-1:30 pm Lunch With Pastors


5:00-7:00 pm generationchurch prep

7:00-9:00 pm generationchurch



8:00-8:50 am Daily Devotion

9:00-9:50 am Core Session I

10:00-10:50 pm Core Session II

11:00-11:50 Ministry Training

12:00-1:30 Youth Ministry Lunch



Day Off



Day Off



9:00-10:00 am Prayer and Ministry Prep

10:00-12:00 pm Sunday Service:

Audio/Visual, Children's Ministry, Greeting,

Prayer Ministry


In Addition

Weekly meeting with CHRISTchurch Mentor (1 hour).



Weekly Time Commitment 20 Hours.