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Courses below can be taken toward a two year associate degree program in Practical Biblical Theology.  Contact the CCIBC office for pricing and more info at 817-332-1246, ext 238, or through www.calvarycathedral.org.

Courses indicated are available free.

    Available courses

    Learn to walk by the prompting of the Holy Spirit.  This course stresses the need for obedience to God, the development of the spirit-man, and the renewal of the mind.

    Lessons on the spiritual significance of what happened from the crucifixion of Christ, His ascension, to the day of Pentecost in the upper room. Practical emphasis on our rights and privileges as believers because of redemption.

    Insights into the redemptive covenant Jesus established by the shedding of His blood.

    In-depth study of the Gospel and Epistles of John with special emphasis on the love-nature of God.

    Individual lessons designed to instruct, encourage, or clarify specifics dealing with character development, doctrinal issues, or guidance into the faith.

    This mini-course may be audited for free. Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button. No personal info will be required. If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Individual lessons designed to instruct, encourage, or clarify specifics dealing with character development, doctrinal issues, or guidance into the faith.

    This mini-course may be audited for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Individual lessons designed to instruct, encourage, or clarify specifics dealing with character development, doctrinal issues, or guidance into the faith.

    This mini-course may be audited for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Individual lessons designed to instruct, encourage, or clarify specifics dealing with character development, doctrinal issues, or guidance into the faith.

    This mini-course may be audited for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Individual lessons designed to instruct, encourage, or clarify specifics dealing with character development, doctrinal issues, or guidance into the faith.

    This mini-course may be audited for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Individual lessons designed to instruct, encourage, or clarify specifics dealing with character development, doctrinal issues, or guidance into the faith.

    This mini-course may be audited for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Practical teachings on ministry majoring on the operational functioning of ministries and outreaches.  Emphasis on obtaining a spirit of excellence in business situations.

    Biblical foundational truths upon which our faith is established.  Scriptural documentation on what we believe and why as Spirit-filled believers.  A topical study of the core beliefs of the Christian faith.

    Learning to scripturally counsel those in need.  Deals with practical problems that are common in counseling situations.

    Lessons to carry the believer past immature levels of relating to Christ to that position of being "established" in 'the faith'."

    This mini-course may be audited for free. Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button. No personal info will be required. If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Lessons to carry the believer past immature levels of relating to Christ to that position of being "established" in 'the faith'."

    This mini-course may be audited for free. Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Lessons to carry the believer past immature levels of relating to Christ to that position of being "established" in 'the faith'."

    This mini-course may be audited for free. Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Lessons to carry the believer past immature levels of relating to Christ to that position of being "established" in 'the faith'."

    This mini-course may be audited for free. Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Lessons to carry the believer past immature levels of relating to Christ to that position of being "established" in 'the faith'."

    This mini-course may be audited for free. Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    It is God's will that we prosper and be in health.  Learn biblical truths about how to live above the negative circumstances of life.  Learn to follow the unction of the Holy Spirit to scripturally lead others in the the God-kind of healing and health.

    Lessons on the wisdom of God revealed in the book of Proverbs.  Learn to practically apply these truths to your own Christian experience.

    Study of the power of words and how they can be used to make us victorious in Christ Jesus. Techniques on proper word usage, includes agreement between two or more people, meditation, positive confession and taming the tongue to line up with God's Word.

    Studies present the moral and ethical characteristics of ministry.  Helps promote Godly character and integrity in ministry.

    A study of essential leadership principles and Kingdom values that will shape the student's character and release maximum ministry potential.

    A study of God's redemption and provision for mankind and the love and grace relationship between the Father God and the Body of Christ.

    A study based on Galatians 5:22-24 concerning the fruit of the Spirit, and the nature of God within us. Lessons on bearing Godly fruit in our lives and ministries.

    A study of the Godhead with emphasis on relationships and activities. Physical and personal characteristics of the Trinity are scripturally presented.

    A Biblical examination of the life of Christ and our identification with His work on earth, His death, burial and resurrection. You will become more aware of who you are in Christ.

    Study of the biblical reality of faith including what faith is and how faith should operate in our lives.

    Study of scripture concerning how a believer should prosper in his spirit, soul and body. Biblical examples are presented to convey steps involved in receiving blessings from God.

    Lessons on types of prayer and how prayer can work for the Believer. Teaching includes enemies to answered prayer, daily confession, and the condition to answered prayers.

    A study of relationships between family members, and scriptural guidelines concerning life for the family. Includes God's priorities, finding a mate, relationship between husband and wife, divorce, and how to avoid pitfalls in family life.

    A study observing the life of Christ and how we can apply His example to our lives.

    Conquer the cares of life by living free and victorious through Jesus. Learn to deal with spiritual forces and effects with the Word of God. Includes teaching on motivational gifts.

    A study of the elements of praise and worship with emphasis on leading others into praise and worship.  Spiritual functions involved in worship and spiritual contributions of praise and worship are discussed.

    Lessons on our new life after the born again experience because we are made to be new creations through Christ. Justification through Christ, identification, righteousness, hope and love are major topics addressed.

    First in the three-course study of the New Testament concentrating on the four Gospels and the book of Acts.  A study of each book, its author, scope, theme and purpose.

    A comprehensive study of the Pauline epistles, Romans through Philemon. Learn to practically apply New Testament truths, which will prompt a difference in your life.

    The conclusion of the series concentrating on the general epistles, Hebrews through Jude. You will learn to apply New Testament truths to prompt a difference in your life.  The book of Revelation is covered more thoroughly in the course The Prophets and Revelation.

    A survey of the first third of the Old Testament. A study of each book, its author, scope, theme and purpose as it relates to the coming of Christ.

    A survey of the first third of the Old Testament. A study of each book, its author, scope, theme and purpose as it relates to the coming of Christ.

    The conclusion of the study of the Old Testament with emphasis on the correct order, grouping and major messages of each of the prophetic  books of the Old Testament.

    Teaching on how, through faith, hope and love, an individual can tap into the promises of God and operate in His best.

    Teaching on recognizing the traps, snares and plans of the enemy to keep us from God's best and how to overcome these.

    How to build a New Testament church by restoring, through practical ministry application, the evangelistic "soul-winner's fire" that began the first century church.


    Various teachings with the intent of reproducing the Person of Christ in the individual believer.

    This mini-course may be viewed for free. Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button. No personal info will be required. If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Various teachings with the intent of reproducing the Person of Christ in the individual believer.

    This mini-course may be viewed for free. Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button. No personal info will be required. If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Various teachings with the intent of reproducing the Person of Christ in the individual believer.

    This mini-course may be viewed for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Various teachings with the intent of reproducing the Person of Christ in the individual believer.

    This mini-course may be viewed for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Various teachings with the intent of reproducing the Person of Christ in the individual believer.

    This mini-course may be viewed for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    Various teachings with the intent of reproducing the Person of Christ in the individual believer.

    This mini-course may be viewed for free.  Click on course name, then click on Login as a Guest button.  No personal info will be required.  If interested in taking courses for credit, contact the Bible College office at 817-332-1246, ext. 238, for more info.

    The study of the principles that can be applied practically to help build successful Word ministries.  Assists in understanding the ministry more thoroghly, explaining how every member of the Body of Christ can glorify God.  Lessons on how to live victoriously in Christ.

    Teachings on how to grow up spiritually and move with maturity in our Christian walk.  Includes characteristics of spiritual development levels and the importance of remaining teachable.

    Lessons on how to study effectively, how to use Bible aids, and many methods of preparation to preach and teach the Word.

    Study of basic Bible doctrines, terms, definitions, and the distinguishing of the spirit, soul and body of man.  Includes a history of the Bible and the Church.

    Learning to exercise the weapons of our warfare as a Believer.  Becoming keenly aware of the tactics of the adversary.  Examination of what was done by Jesus' death, burial and resurrection for our benefit.

    In-depth study of the character and nature of God.  You will develop a more intimate relationship with the Father as you explore who God is through Spirit-led study of the Word.