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Seminary Studies for Student Wives

Wife of the Equipping Minister (SSSWP 1023/WOMST 4022); Taught by TBD; Tuesdays from 6:15 pm to 9 pm, August 26 – November 11

A practical survey of issues relating to the role of the minister’s wife. Women who are not in this category should seek the professor’s counsel before seeking to enroll.

Two hours.

 

Basic Christian Doctrine II (SSSWP 1412); Taught by Professor Katie McCoy; Tuesdays from 6:15 pm to 9 pm, August 26-October 14

An amplified study of womanhood from the scriptures in order to establish the foundation for systematizing a consistent and non-contradictory pattern and plan for biblical womanhood throughout the generations and especially for the present era.

Two hours.

 

Overview of the New Testament I  (SSSWP 1102); Taught by Professor Tamra Hernandez; Tuesdays from 6:15 pm to 9 pm, October 21 – December 9

An introductory overview of the New Testament with attention to the authorship, audience, purpose and outstanding doctrines covering Matthew to Acts of the New Testament.

Two hours.

 

Homemaking

Principles of Biblical Womanhood (HMK 1102); Taught by Dr. Patricia Ennis; Wednesdays and Fridays from 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm

Taken during the student’s first year this introductory course to the Homemaking concentration analyzes the character qualities resident in the woman who desires to please God.

Three hours.

 

Home and Family Management (HMK 3123); Taught by Dr. Patricia Ennis; Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm

This course focuses on management concepts that are an important part of the home and family decision-making process and the allocation of human, financial, and natural resources to achieve family goals. Topics covered include: goal setting, time management, planning, household organization management and biblical hospitality.

Three hours.

 

Topics in Homemaking: Family Resource Management (HMKNG 4803); Taught by Dr. Patricia Ennis; Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm

A class or seminar in which significant topics in Homemaking are explored.

Three hours.

 

Women’s Ministry

Contemporary Evangelism for Women (WOMIN 3313 and WOMST 4053); Taught by Professor Alicia Wong; Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30 am – 9:45 am.

An introduction to the nature and practice of evangelism with emphases upon the biblical, theological, and practical applications with the context of the local church. Special emphases will be given to principles and practices of ministry and personal witnessing as it relates to women. (This course will substitute for Contemporary Evangelism EVANG 3303.) Co-requisite: EVANG 3000.

Three hours.

 

Leadership in Women’s Ministry (WOMIN 1513/3513); Taught by Professor Alicia Wong; Mondays from 12:00 pm – 2:45 pm.; Also available online.

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.

Three hours.

 

Biblical Counseling for Women (WOMIN 4123); Taught by Professor Cheryl Bell; Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 pm – 2:15 pm.

This course will focus on equipping women in ministry to counsel other women with God’s Word. Topics such as sufficiency of Scripture, role of the local church, and the responsibility of church leaders will be discussed. Other subject matters also include judging others and challenging issues a counselor faces. This course exposes women with a variety of topics a counselor may encounter while counseling other women. Scripture references are provided as a tool to help the counselee.

Three hours.

 

Women’s Issues (WOMIN 2373/4373); Taught by Professor Alicia Wong; Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30am – 9:45 am.

This course will provide a study of the various issues facing women and the church in reaching, teaching, and ministering to women. The course will include a holistic approach to physical, social, emotional, and spiritual development of women.

Three hours.

 

Women’s Ministry Field Experience (WOMIN 5902); Taught by Dr. Terri Stovall; Mondays from 11 am – 11:50 am.

One hour.

 

Ministry to Women (WOMIN 7614); Taught by Dr. Terri Stovall; Wednesdays from 8 am – 10 am.

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.

Four Hours.

 

Spiritual Formation (SPFEM 3101); Taught by Professor Alicia Wong; Wednesdays from 11:30 pm – 12:20 pm

The study and practice of corporate worship, involving participation in chapel, plenary lectures on corporate worship, and small group interaction and accountability.

One hour.

 

Women’s Studies

Biblical Theology of Womanhood I (WOMST 3113/3114); Taught by Dr. Dorothy Patterson and Professor Candi Finch; Thursdays from 6:15 pm – 9 pm; Also available online.

An amplified and comprehensive study of womanhood in the Old Testament integrating previous studies in theology, exegesis, hermeneutics, linguistics, and philosophy in order to establish the foundation for systematizing a consistent and non-contradictory pattern and plan for biblical womanhood.

Three hours.

 

Women in Church History (WOMST 4013/4014); Taught by Professor Candi Finch; Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 pm – 2:15 pm.

A survey of women in the history of the church.

Three hours.

 

Expository Communication of Biblical Truth (WOMST 4043/4044); Taught by Professor Candice Finch; Tuesdays 6:15 pm – 9 pm

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 3023 (1023).

Three hours.

 

Spiritual Formation I  (SPFTH 3101); Taught by Professor Candice Finch; Thursdays from 11:30 am – 12:20 pm

The study and practice of corporate worship, involving participation in chapel, plenary lectures on corporate worship, and small group interaction and accountability.

One hour.