212 – Survey The Minor Prophets
The Minor Prophets are shorter books than The Major Prophets but are no less important.
106 Spiritual Gifts
Welcome to Spiritual Gifts
The bible mentions more than 30 different spiritual gifts. They are not for the people that are gifted, but to be used for the benefit of the body of Christ. In order to fulfil our God given destinies we need to understand and know what ministries we are called to. Knowing what our spiritual gifts are helps us tremendously to understand our callings. This module helps you to discover what your spiritual gifting’s are and how to step into your calling. You will also learn about the other gifts and how to relate to them.
There are two major problems related to the subject of spiritual gifts. The first is that far too few Christians are involved in any kind of ministry. They are spectators rather than participants. None of these ‘spectators’ have the joy of being actively involved in ministry, and of seeing God work through them in the exercise of their spiritual gifts. Often the leadership encourages them to be spectators by wanting to do all ministry themselves.
A second problem is with those who are actively involved in the ministry of the local church, but who are not functioning in a ministry which corresponds to their spiritual gifts. An example of this is that less than 10% of people called as evangelists ever step into their true calling. They either become pastors or do other church related ministry.
This module consists of 17 chapters: Spiritual gifts by chapter, misconceptions, discover your spiritual gifts, elders and deacons, different gifts, miraculous gifts, serving gifts, motivational gifts, grace gifts, apostles, apostolic missions statement, the first apostles, prophets, discerning true and false, personal prophesy, evangelists, plus a Pneuma Gifts and Personality Analysis.
307 – Survey The Gospels
The New Testament Survey is divided into five sections, according to content. The first section is the Gospels, which are Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These are all accounts of Jesus’ life on the earth. Matthew, Mark, and Luke are known as the synoptic Gospels because of the similar content.