The First Steps – The ultimate goal of this course is to help you to grow day after day in your spiritual life as you follow Christ and strive to be one of His disciples. This new journey of life includes: Dying to oneself and living a life filled with the Spirit of God, developing a strong relationship with God and becoming an active witness for Christ in your community. In addition, this course will also help you to gain a solid biblical understanding on subjects that are well related to your new identity as a follower of Christ such as: prayer, fasting, spiritual warfare and much more.
The Christian Living – In this course you will be taken in a journey through the bible to discover the biblical basis for your Christian living such as: the Christian ethics, your new identity in Christ, how to live according to God’s word, why should you pray, the work of the Holy Spirit and who are your enemies.
Following Christ’s Example – This course is designed to help you as you seek to follow Christ’s example in your daily life. This includes following Christ’s example in humility, subjection, giving, purity, honesty and much more.
The Person and Work of Christ – Christianity is Christ. Salvation is Christ. Eternal life is Christ. The believer’s hopes for the future and strength for the present depends on Jesus Christ. Therefore, it is essential to know who Jesus is, since He is the foundation for everything we believe.
Christian New Life – This promise given by the LORD God describes the new eternal city that will one day be the home for every Christian (Revelation 21:5). What a future awaits those who have trusted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior! But God not only has abundant life waiting for you in the future, He has abundant life for you to experience now! (John 10:10) The Bible says: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.” (2 Corinthians 5:17)
The Doctrine of Salvation – The testimony of Paul – “The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners; of whom I am the foremost” (I Timothy 1:15). The doctrine of salvation is (as far as the sinner is concerned) the most important and most comprehensive doctrine taught in Scripture. This doctrine encompasses several other Scriptural teachings which are vitally linked to Biblical salvation–such as the doctrine of God (whose holiness necessitates salvation), the doctrine of Christ (whose deity, death, and resurrection make salvation possible), the doctrine of the Holy Spirit (whose power imparts salvation), the doctrine of the Bible (the truths of which are the basis for salvation), and the doctrine of the future (the promises regarding this give future confidence of salvation).