How Firm a Foundation introduces the student to how we got our Bible, how we know which books belong in the Bible, and how the Bible was transmitted and translated. It focuses on inspiration, canonicity, and authority. Mr. Duane Farley teaches this course. God and His Ways which presents the five key aspects of systematic theology: God, man, Christ, salvation, and the church in the context of everyday living. Mr. Manuel Mendoza teaches this course. In God's Presence presents the principles of music as they relate to God's holiness. It uses a study of Chronicles to illustrate the nature of music and to show how Scripture guides musical choices. Mr. Barkley May teaches this course.
Recommended Viewing Schedule: five 15-minute lessons a week; 110 lessons per year
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Mr. Farley has experience preaching to and teaching high school and adult students (IBE). "Teaching in general is both a challenge and a delight that reaps wonderful benefits. This is certainly the case in regard to teaching the Bible. No other subject is more intellectually stimulating and personally applicable to both teacher and student. I pray that my students will grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ as a result of the high school Bible module series."
Mr. Manuel Mendoza is excited about the privilege of teaching students the Bible. He accepted Christ as his personal Savior at the age of 14. It wasn’t until he was 21 years old that he knew the Lord’s calling for his life was to preach His Word. "The Bible can convert the soul of the unbeliever, and it cleanses the soul of the believer. The Bible is important for our times, and, therefore, it must be taught accurately. For me, teaching the Bible is a great joy and privilege. My desire is to help guide your student through a life that is pleasing to Jesus Christ. My goal is for the student to strive for holy living by developing sound convictions based on God's Word."
Mr. May enjoys teaching from God’s Word. "God’s Word is powerful. It convicts, encourages, challenges, and strengthens the believer--and it is still the final and absolute authority for us today. All of God’s Word is just as relevant and applicable to us as it was to those to whom it was originally written. For these reasons it is exciting and challenging to teach the Bible to your student. My goal is that each student will deepen his knowledge of God’s Word, better understand how the Bible applies to him, and grow in his relationship with Christ."