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Logos Training Center offers an Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies and Ministry through Family of Faith Christian University. The courses offered in this program equip students with what they need to succeed as empowered ministers of the Gospel.

Courses will be offered both on-site in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and online through FFCU.

General Studies (15 hours)


(3 Credit Hrs.)
An introduction to the basic principles and techniques of public speaking and practice in presenting various forms of public speaking using those elements.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
Life and Ministry Management is designed to equip students and pastors/future pastors with the essential skills and principles necessary for effectively managing personal life, family, church, and ministry responsibilities. This course will cover topics such as boundaries, burnout, conflict management, integrity, leadership, marriage, pastoral leadership, as well as personal and church money management.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
This course will introduce the student to the major worldviews of contemporary Western society. As they examine the historical backgrounds, they will also compare each worldview against a Biblical worldview. (Also APO 353)



(3 Credit Hrs.)
This class introduces and discusses the multiple dynamics involved when the question is asked, where do science and scholarship meet within the Genesis account? The course will explore facets in the apologetic form regarding aspects of origins including subjects such as biology, astronomy, archeology, philosophy, and science.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
Studies the key events in the history of the church as it spread from Jerusalem to the ends of the earth.


Biblical Studies (33 hours)


(3 Credit Hrs.)
A study of the New Testament books with respect to title, author, date, background, keywords, key verses, purpose, message, outline, summary, and application.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
A look at the essential definitions in the field of apologetics, an exploration of why apologetics matters to Christians, and explanations of the key concepts of apologetics, truth, facts, and faith.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
An examination of how the prophetic tradition of Israel developed and how it continues to operate in the New Testament church. This course includes a study of the Old Testament Prophets.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
A study of the Old Testament books with respect to title, author, date, keywords and verses, purpose, message, outline, summary, and the way each book points to Jesus Christ.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
This course is a study of the life of Christ as portrayed by John, the Apostle, whose purpose was to reveal Christ, as the pre-existent Son of God. Attention is also given to Jesus, as the central figure in fulfilling the Jewish Feasts as incumbent on Jewish custom and Mosaic Law, yet as messianic prophecy unfolding.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
The course includes an examination of worship as explained in the Old and New Testaments. Emphasis is placed on the study of the Tabernacles of Moses and David, the Temple, the Psalms, and other patterns of worship seen in the Bible.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
This course will lead the student in approaching and interpreting the Bible as written with further attention given to techniques and resources to carry out biblical research.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
A collective study of the synoptic gospels including an examination of how they structurally relate to the New Testament as a whole and their interrelation to each other. Pre-requisite: BIB 133.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
An analysis of the life, conversion, missionary journeys, and major theological themes of the Apostle Paul, as supported by the historical accounts in the book of Acts and his personal letters to the churches of his day. Emphasis will be given to how history views Paul and his impact on church growth, and the Christian influence worldwide. 133.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
Some theologians regard the book of Romans as the constitution of the Christian faith. Often regarded as the Apostle Paul’s greatest work, the course will cover the significance of such subjects as the depravity of man, the doctrines of justification, sanctification, and glorification, and man’s new identity as sons of God. Significance will be placed on the promise of the land and people of Israel in God’s restoration plan. 133.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
General survey of doctrines of the Bible, Christ, the goodness and greatness of God, Holy Spirit, man, and sin.


Professional Studies (12 hours)


(3 Credit Hrs.)
This course is designed to bring students into the awareness of God’s plan to make us whole – body, soul, and spirit. Using biblical applications and other spiritual and emotional healing resources, the student will come away with tools to receive healing for their life hurts and help people have hope; that is, past wounds do not have to define who they are anymore.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
A study and practicum of preaching with an emphasis on personal preparation, structure of the message, text selection, and delivery of the message.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
A study of the theology and strategy of missions, as well as the spiritual and practical preparation of the missionary for cross-cultural work as part of a world ministry team. An understanding of world history from 70 AD to the present provides a helpful background to this course.



(3 Credit Hrs.)
This course focuses on the exploration of the term and subject related to Spiritual Warfare. Beyond the definition, lies a whole gamut of material relating to the realm of God, and the realm of the fallen powers that engage us all in spiritual warfare. The battle of the three dimensions, known as the world, the flesh, and the devil will take the student on a journey exploring such things as prayer, intercession, dimension, supernatural realm, the heavens, authority, power of the name of Christ, power of the blood to name a few.


Christian Service Hours (4 hours)


(4 Credit Hrs.)
Christian Service Program The ministry activation program is designed to reinforce Biblical principles taught in classrooms and give students a practical outlet in which to live those principles. Through Christian service, students are equipped to be mature in spirit, soul, and body, and to be ready for ministry upon graduation. Students get a real-world outlet to be salt and light while valuing the expression of Christ in the local church. Students are given ministry opportunities in a local church and in their communities. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in ICLC conferences as well as attend national conferences with relevant speakers to help them grow into effective ministers. While applying practical and spiritual teaching, students are allowed to express what they are learning in the classroom environment. Based on the idea of servant leadership, students express themselves by serving ministries and the local church in all areas available. Through these opportunities, we believe that students develop into mature leaders in the Body of Christ while being able to think creatively from their experience in real church ministry. By working in teams and placing students in Christian service, students develop character traits that ministries find attractive when searching for staff. By placing an emphasis on both spiritual maturity and a servant’s heart, students develop the character of Christ while being led by the Holy Spirit in personal ministry.


TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS 64

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