Personal Evangelism I

MN 101.2: The gospel is clearly defined; and Scriptural methods of personally winning souls to Christ, baptizing them, and discipling them in the local church are taught.G
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Personal Evangelism II

MN 102.2: The gospel is clearly defined; and Scriptural methods of personally winning souls to Christ, baptizing them, and discipling them in the local church are taught.
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Personal (Practical) Evangelism Applied

MN 111.1-120.1: “Hands on” experience whereby the student becomes involved in regular soulwinning and discipleship. Regularity plus a submitted written report of activities is required thus earning the student one credit hour for each trimester he/she is involved in the application of classroom instruction.

Church Planting (Th.G.)

MN 201.2: A practical training course including the church planter himself, advertising, financing, services, organization, location, sermons, legal needs, and more. Vital information for starting a New Testament church in this age is taught.

Church Building (Th.G.)

MN 202.2: This course provides the necessary information for church growth. It involves such subjects as taking a church, charting her course, and accomplishing steady growth through Biblical and practical methodology.

Introduction to Missions

MN 203.2: This course consists of an examination of the Biblical basis and necessity of missions, with consideration given to proper methodology in missions.

Pastoral Counseling I (Th.G.)

MN 401.2: Foundations of Biblical Pastoral counsel are taught. Need, qualifications, goal, and survey of other methods are just a few among the many items communicated by the instructor.

Missions Strategy

MN 409.2: Discussion and examination of different strategies used in missions. Consideration will be given to how to choose a strategy and implement that strategy for a particular field. Particular attention will be given to possible strategies to employ in creating a Church Planting Movement.

Biblical Counseling I

MN 301.2: This course will help the counselor to identify core areas of sin in a counselee’s life, companion sins, and God’s way to victory. This course employs Pastor Doug Hammett’s counseling manual and gives instruction in its use. A nouthetic and confrontational approach to people is the method encouraged by the teacher. This course is practical and beneficial for any Christian desirous of helping others work through life’s problems.

Homiletics I (Th.G.)

MN 302.2: A study of the preparation and delivery of sermons with special emphasis on types, content, and sources of material of sermons.

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Homiletics II (Th.G.)

MN 304.2: A continuing study with more indepth study of the principles of expository preaching.

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Pastoral Theology (Th.G.)

MN 303.2: Accentuates the leadership, qualifications, and qualities of the pastor. Instruction given on pastoral ethics; including his commitment, personal finances, witnessing, staff and administration.

Intercession and Missions (Elective)

MN 404.2: Veteran missionary, Milton Martin, teaches about the importance of prayer as a spiritual weapon for effective ministry.

Missionary Outreach and Evangelism (Elective)

MN 405.2 (Elective): A study of missionary outreach techniques, with an emphasis on mass literature evangelism. Taught by missionary Milton Martin.

Indigenous Principles (Elective)

MN 406.2: A series of lessons explaining the indigenous principle (training national men to reach their own people) and how to incorporate this principle into ministry on the foreign field. Taught by missionary Milton Martin.

Combating the Dependency Syndrome (Elective)

MN 407.2: A course that uncovers the danger of national men relying upon the resources of a foreign missionary, and directs instruction toward a full and personal dependence upon God’s provision.

Linguistics and Phonetics

MN 408.2 (Elective): A practical study on language learning, with emphasis on the recognition, reproduction, recording, and recalling of distinct speech sounds used in the languages of the world.