Fall 2019 Classes

Seminary Studies for Student Wives

Basic Christian Doctrine (SSSWP 1402).  Tuesdays from 6:15 pm to 9 pm; August 28 to October  16.Also available as a flex access course. Two hours.

Overview of New Testament (SSSWP 1102). Taught by Dr. Karen Yarnell; Tuesdays from 6:15pm to 9 pm; Also available as a flex access course. Two hours.

Partners in Ministry. (SSSWP 1022). Taught by Dr. Karen Yarnell; Tuesdays from 6:15pm to 9 pm; Also available as a flex access course. Two hours.

 

Leadership Certificate in Women’s Ministry

Women and Leadership (WOMIN 3313-A). Taught by Dr. Terri Stovall;  Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00pm-2:15pm. Also available as a flex access course. Three hours.

A study of the philosophy, theology, skills and methods of personal leadership development, leadership team development and administrative procedures that are unique to women’s ministry in the local church. Students will conduct personal evaluations of leadership skills, develop a plan for leadership development and create an administrative procedural resource.

Counseling for Women (WOMN 4123-A). Taught by Dr. Cheryl Bell; Mondays from 12pm to 2:45pm.

This course will focus on equipping women in ministry to counsel other women with God’s Word. This course exposes women with a variety of topics a counselor may encounter while counseling other women.

Also available as a flex access course. Three hours.

 

Undergraduate Courses

Virtues of Godly Character (BIB 1123-A). Taught by Dr. Katie McCoy; Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30pm to 12:45 pm. Three hours.

An investigation of the virtue ethic of the Bible, from the ancients through contemporary culture with an emphasis on assessing our current cultural need, and on learning and living the qualities of character of a true believer in Christ.

 

Graduate Courses

Women and Leadership (WOMIN 3313-A). Taught by Dr. Terri Stovall;  Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00pm-2:15pm. Also available as a flex access course. Three hours.

A study of the philosophy, theology, skills and methods of personal leadership development, leadership team development and administrative procedures that are unique to women’s ministry in the local church. Students will conduct personal evaluations of leadership skills, develop a plan for leadership development and create an administrative procedural resource.

Biblical Theology of Womanhood (WOMIN 3113-A). Taught by Dr. Katie McCoy; Wednesdays and Fridays, 8:30am-9:45am. Also available as a flex access course. Three hours.

A study of the biblical passages relevant to a theology of womanhood and gender in order to form a culturally informed, theologically consistent interpretation and to discover application for one’s personal life and ministry.

Counseling for Women (WOMN 4123-A). Taught by Dr. Cheryl Bell; Mondays from 12pm to 2:45pm.

This course will focus on equipping women in ministry to counsel other women with God’s Word. This course exposes women with a variety of topics a counselor may encounter while counseling other women.

Also available as a flex access course. Three hours.

Introduction to Expository Teaching (WOMST 4043-A). Taught by Dr. Terri Stovall. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30am-9:45am. Also available as a flex access course. Three hours.

A study of the oral presentation of a biblical text. Basic principles of communication will be studied and applied in a speaking experience, including the formulating of a central idea and structure developed from a text, audience analysis, support material, delivery, and application. Special attention will be given to the area of woman-to-woman communication. Women students should substitute WOMST 4043 for PRCHG 3313. Prerequisite: BIBST 3203.

Feminism in Church and Culture (WOMST 4103-A), Taught by Dr. Katie McCoy; Wednesdays and Fridays, 1:00pm-2:15pm. Also available as a flex access course. Three hours.

A study of the philosophical foundations of feminist thought within its historical and social contexts, including its effect on culture and the Church.

Spiritual Formation I (SPFCF 3101-C).  Taught by Dr. Katie McCoy; Wednesdays 11:30 am-12:20 pm. Three hours.

 

Doctoral Courses

Ministry to Women  (WOMIN 7614-A). Taught by Dr. Terri Stovall; Wednesdays 8:30 am -9:45 am. Four hours. 

Students will research program design for the ministry to women in a local church and create a course appropriate for teaching the introductory women’s ministry course in higher education. The created course will include a biblical foundation, leadership principles and women’s ministry in praxis.