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Disciple Subscription Overview

In the Disciple Subscription courses you enjoy the great teaching of Bible College courses online but never do an exam or assignment. You only do what interests you and skip the rest. Total freedom!

Great teaching at an amazing price

Who is the Disciple Subscription for

  • Those who want a deeper understanding of the Word of God.
  • Those seeking to deepen their faith, spirituality and relationship with God.
  • Those who want to understand God, humanity, their place in the world and how it all works together.
  • Those on a journey to get to know God better and what God has in store for them.
  • Those who desire to serve God as a volunteer in a church or ministry.
  • Those in pursuit of justice, peace, mercy and truth.
  • Those seeking access to a broad range of high-quality biblical teaching.
  • Those seeking a flexible and cost-effective program of study.

What you will learn

  • How to read and understand the Bible.
  • Who the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit are and your relationship God.
  • How to draw closer to God and deepen your faith, prayer and spirituality.
  • Leadership principles based on biblical concepts
  • Ministry skills that will grow your church and ministry

Included Courses

Preview Acts Course

Dr Jon Newton presents this step by step walk through the Book of ACTS – it’s like a live commentary!

Curriculum Covered

  1. Introduction to the Book of Acts
  2. Acts as Literature
  3. Occasion & Purpose of Acts
  4. Themes & Theology of Acts
  5. Historical & Critical Issues
  6. Opening & Overview
  7. Ascension & Promise
  8. The Spirit Comes
  9. Peter’s Explanation
  10. Response & Baptism
  11. Early Believers
  12. Healing & Explanation
  13. Trial of Peter & John
  14. Challenges of the Early Church
  15. 2nd Arrest & Problems Within
  16. Stephen’s Speech & Death
  17. Scattered Church – Samaria
  18. Philip & Saul
  19. Saul’s Early Ministry

About your instructor

Dr Jon Newton
Professor

John is an Associate Professor at Alphacrucis College after serving for nine years at Harvest Bible College, most recently as Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research. His goal is to promote Christian higher education and missions, including training students for Asia and Europe.

Dr Jon’s Ph D was gained at Deakin University (conferred 2007) with a thesis entitled “Postmodernism, Christianity and the Book of Revelation.” The author of two books: Revelation Reclaimed: The Use and Misuse of the Apocalypse (Paternoster 2009) and The Revelation Worldview (Wipf and Stock 2015). I also edited New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry for 21st Century Contexts (Mosaic 2013). I have also had a number of articles published in peer-reviewed journals such as Australian Biblical Review, Colloquium, Heythrop Journal and Journal of Pentecostal Theology. I am the editor of the Journal of Contemporary Ministry. Currently, I am working on a commentary on Revelation for a new Pentecostal commentary series. My other main research interest is Australian Pentecostalism.

Acts - Reviews

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Eyes opening

Rated 4 out of 5
11 October 2021

I have enjoyed Acts Part 1. It has given me knowledge of what is not so obvious in the Bible. It does not give full accounts of culture, background history, political climate, prejudices, social injustices…etc etc, and nor should it. This has started to open my eyes that there so much more happening behind the scenes and behind the words we read. I have a fuller appreciation of why people act the way they do and what sort of world Jesus and the disciples were living in.

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New understanding

Rated 4 out of 5
3 October 2021

The course has opened my eyes to the world Jesus and his disciples were living in and what the disciples were faced with after Jesus ascended. What I have learned has given me new understanding so that when I read the bible I see beyond the words. I also see the cultures, different belief systems, different historical backgrounds, prejudices and so on. I did not know there were different Jewish groups (so different from each other). I have a greater understanding and appreciation of what the early church experienced. I am still blown away by how pure and merciful God’s heart is in choosing the undeserved to change the world and spread the gospel to the Gentiles. This learning gives me greater encouragement that as undeserved as I am, there is a greater purpose for my life and that I am redeemed through Him for Him.

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Very Detail

Rated 5 out of 5
21 June 2021

Awsome study on the book of acts showing theological emphases and also Holy spirit revelations. Just awesome seeing how the apostles moved in the power of the Holy Spirit and just being Holy Sprit Led and not led by their own feelings, in some cases. Also for us to carry it on today and getting a brief understanding of sharing the Gospel in a package which is the message Gospel of Grace, Faith, Jesus, and the Kingdom of God.

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Preview Acts Course

Dr Jon Newton presents this step by step walk through the Book of ACTS – it’s like a live commentary!

Curriculum Covered

  1. Peter & Cornelius
  2. Caesarea & Antioch Church
  3. Herod & the Jerusalem Church
  4. The ‘First Missionary Journey’ (1)
  5. The ‘First Missionary Journey’ (2)
  6. The ‘First Missionary Journey’ (3)
  7. The Issues
  8. The Debate
  9. The Decision
  10. The ‘Second Missionary Journey’: Philippi
  11. Thessalonica to Athens
  12. Corinth
  13. Transition to Ephesus
  14. Triumph in Ephesus
  15. End of Paul’s Free Ministry
  16. Riot in Jerusalem
  17. Paul’s First Defences
  18. Paul’s Second Defences
  19. Journey to Rome & the Storm
  20. Shipwreck & Final Arrival
  21. End of the Story

About your instructor

Dr Jon Newton
Professor

John is an Associate Professor at Alphacrucis College after serving for nine years at Harvest Bible College, most recently as Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research. His goal is to promote Christian higher education and missions, including training students for Asia and Europe.

Dr Jon’s Ph D was gained at Deakin University (conferred 2007) with a thesis entitled “Postmodernism, Christianity and the Book of Revelation.” The author of two books: Revelation Reclaimed: The Use and Misuse of the Apocalypse (Paternoster 2009) and The Revelation Worldview (Wipf and Stock 2015). I also edited New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry for 21st Century Contexts (Mosaic 2013). I have also had a number of articles published in peer-reviewed journals such as Australian Biblical Review, Colloquium, Heythrop Journal and Journal of Pentecostal Theology. I am the editor of the Journal of Contemporary Ministry. Currently, I am working on a commentary on Revelation for a new Pentecostal commentary series. My other main research interest is Australian Pentecostalism.

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Grace undeserved

Rated 4 out of 5
11 October 2021

This has helped me learn more about the history of the early church, the challenges they faced and the division within the Jewish community to name a few.
Fascinated and intrigued by the shift in leadership from the original 12 disciples to emergence of other leaders such as Stephen, Barnabas and Saul, where we stop hearing about the original 12. The church looking very different to what it was before.
A great learning and seeing similar parallels in my own life, for e.g. I attended church but was not saved and then reading about Paul who insisted on asking Gentiles (who were believers) if they had received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit or just the baptism of repentance from John the Baptist.
The process is the same i.e. repent, baptism of Holy Spirit and going out to share about Jesus, and the same responses some believe and some do not. I am still blown away that as non Jews, God still sought to save us and picked one so undeserving to do that sharing.

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wow

Rated 5 out of 5
21 June 2021

Seeing apostle paul, used to kill Christians and God calls him to be a follower of Christ. Just showing God’s amazing Grace and how paul didn’t look at his circumstances he moved in the Power of God. There’s so much to say just Thankful to God for going more in-depth with the book of Acts.

Vilikesa
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Acts part 2

Rated 5 out of 5
21 June 2021

This part of the course was interesting with a lot of historical events. The beginnings of the church with all the dramas and pitfalls facing the church members. When reflecting on life in the churches today, there is a parallel between the early church and today’s church. What is the church? who is the church? what have we learnt? why are there so many different
churches with similar beliefs but standing away from other churches.
This causes me to wonder how over the 1000s of years the church, has diverted from the church that was originally set up. I am left with more questions than answers.

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Play Course Preview Analyse & Apply the Bible

This series of lessons are designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to utilise the features of a study Bible, as well as historical and cultural analysis to compose an accurate application of a biblical passage.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Introduction to Interpretation
  3. Introduction to Study Bibles
  4. A Pattern for Application
  5. Look for Clues
  6. Original Audience & Historical Context
  7. Researching Historical Context
  8. Genre Pitfalls (Part 1)
  9. Genre Pitfalls (Part 2)
  10. Literary Context
  11. Observation
  12. From Analysis to Meaning
  13. But we are different… aren’t we?
  14. Meaning to Application
  15. Summary & Example

About your instructor

Pastor Andrew Groza

Andrew is an experienced Pastor with a demonstrated history of working in the e-learning industry. Skilled in non-profit organizations, E-Learning, coaching, organizational development, and instructional design. Andrew holds a Master of Arts in Ministry from Harvest Bible College.

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Analyse and Apply the Bible Module

Rated 5 out of 5
11 May 2022

I enjoyed the module as there are many elements of bible analysis that I did not know. Traditionally I could just read the text and try to make sense of it. Now I know the need for the themes, and technique for analysis.

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Analyse & Apply the Bible

Rated 5 out of 5
9 May 2022

This course has helped me so much in a way that I now have a much better approach or reading and understanding my Bible. The course is so effective!

Muzi Dlamini
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Another fabulous course!!

Rated 5 out of 5
9 May 2022

Hi over there
Here I am again to testify of another great time I had as I went through this fabulous part of my course entitled:Analyse & Apply the Bible. It is another time of paradigm shift, of learning and unlearning. The following is a short review of what made a special impression upon my mind. It may not be exhaustive, but will bear the essential facets of my personal experience as I was going through the course.
1. I learned how pre understanding greatly affects the way we understand the Bible and apply it to life.
2. The Bible was God’s word to them(the original audience) and is still God’s word to us. But because of the difference between them and us( linguistic, historical, geographical, cultural, etc) we need to translate that message to make it relevant to us today. This requires us to understand the original message from the original context, and apply the message to our context. The following aspects would help to effectively achieve that:
1. The use of study helps
2. Understanding the genre and their pitfalls
3. Considering the literary context of a given passage
4. Recognise how wide(“river”) the gap is between the original and the current audiences
5. The overall goal is not judt to get the proper meaning, but it’s application to life. Not hearers, but doers of the word.
6. We look for principles that can apply to life today, which sometimes may not be directly obvious from a given passage.
I am again great ful for having gone through this course.I keep discovering new realities and responsibilities towards God’s word.Communicating God’s word should never be taken as an easy task.While we desperately need the help of the Holy Spirit and God’s anointing, we equally need skills and knowledge on how to get the right message right,and apply it for what it really is,rightly handle God’s word (the word of truth).
Finally,my appreciation goes to Andrew Gross for his powerful lectures,and the way he does his best to make sure the message reaches home.
Blessings to all the AXX Team.
Pst INNOCENT,AXX student.

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Preview Ancient Israel Explored

Axx Founder & CEO Dr Brendan Roach takes us on a study tour of Israel, and her neighbours Jordan and Egypt. At numerous biblical and archaeological sites he introduces the historic, cultural and religious significance of the location.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Mt Nebo Jordan & Road to Jericho 
  2. Temple Steps Jerusalem & Nativity Bethlehem 
  3. Hezekiah’s Tunnel & Valley of Gehenna Jerusalem
  4. Garden of Gethsemane & Herodian Mansion Jerusalem
  5. Crucifixion & The Garden Tomb Jerusalem 
  6. Essenes Community Qumran & Masada Fortress 
  7. David at EnGedi & Herod the Great at Masada  
  8. Ben Sira Scroll Masada & St Catherine’s Mount Sinai
  9. The Synagogue Nazareth & Twilight Sea of Galilee 
  10. Mount of Beatitudes & Restoration of Peter – Galilee 
  11. Caesarea Philippi & Source of the Jordan Tel Dan
  12. Caesarea on the Mediterranean & High Place Petra  
  13. City of Memphis & Joseph’s Dreams – Egypt

About your instructor

Dr Brendan RoachFounder and CEO of Axx

Dr Brendan Roach has been involved in the professional development and training of pastors and leaders globally for over 25 years. His Biblical expertise is Biblical Archaeology, Leadership Development, First Century History and the Call to Ministry.

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What an absolute treat this course is!

Rated 5 out of 5
22 July 2020

What an absolute treat this course is! I am humbled to have explored ancient Israel. I will definitely return to view this course again. Learning about the context and some of the Jewish beginnings of the Christian faith is remarkable. Opened my eyes. Thank you.

Annette Posimani
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Excellent

Rated 5 out of 5
22 April 2020

Excellent

Douglas Eden
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Play to Preview Authentic Leadership

This course is designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to lead others effectively in a manner that is shaped by a Christian understanding of leadership.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Introduction to Authentic Leadership
  3. Introduction to Leadership
  4. Christian Leadership
  5. Mission & Vision
  6. Values
  7. Organisational Behaviour
  8. Preparing a Vision Document
  9. Motivation & Inspiring Others
  10. Credibility & Earning Trust
  11. Communication & Obtaining Favour
  12. Recruitment
  13. Building a Team
  14. Evaluation of Performance
  15. Morale
  16. Making Decisions
  17. Leading Change
  18. Dealing with Conflict
  19. Dealing with Criticism
  20. The Leader’s Character
  21. Inner Challenges of a Leader
  22. Flexible Leadership
  23. Critical Thinking & Learning from Experience
  24. Critical Thinking & Evaluating Yourself
  25. Sustainable Leadership

About your instructor

Pastor Andrew Groza

Andrew is an experienced Pastor with a demonstrated history of working in the e-learning industry. Skilled in non-profit organizations, E-Learning, coaching, organizational development, and instructional design. Andrew holds a Master of Arts in Ministry from Harvest Bible College.

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Me as a Leader

Rated 5 out of 5
26 April 2022

My concept of leadership has transformed positively because of this training. I now know who is a good leader and who is bad leader.

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God is able

Rated 5 out of 5
26 April 2022

Greetings in the name of Jesus christ. Thanks to the great lesson. I have received much information about this lesson. God bless you.

Aubrey Buti Malema
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I have grown in my spiritual leadership

Rated 5 out of 5
22 April 2022

Av understood leadership authentic

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Preview Beyond Beersheba Anzacs in the Holy Land

Filmed (2008) by Axx media manager, Gary “Tex” Houston, this series takes you from Beersheba through Philistine Plain, Jerusalem, the Jordan Valley & beyond highlighting the extraordinary work of the Australian Light Horse 1917-18.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Charge at Beersheba
  2. Push Toward Jerusalem
  3. Into Jerusalem
  4. Jordan Valley & Beyond
  5. Battle of Armageddon
  6. Into Damascus

About your instructor

Tex Houston

Tex (Gary) became a successful pub musician in 1980’s, from there began working with large church & community organisations in media and music production. He has travelled to many places in the world, usually with a video camera and tripod, either doing documentaries on Australians working in other lands, or filming his own works on Anzac history in the First World War. In addition to being an avid steam engine enthusiast with YouTube channel ‘symphony of steam’, Tex is an authority on Christian worship.

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Rated 5 out of 5
23 April 2021

Excellent

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Preview Creation Magazine Live

Creation Ministries International tackle some of life’s biggest questions in Creation Magazine Live! Does science disprove the Bible? Why are youth leaving the church? If God created the universe, then who created God? Answers to these and more..

Curriculum Covered

  1. Why Youth Leave the Church?
  2. How Long were the Genesis Days?Historical Development of Ministry
  3. If God Created the Universe then who Created God?
  4. Evolutionary Creation, Round Squares & Other Nonsense
  5. Is Genesis Poetry?
  6. Archaeology Supports the Bible
  7. The Christian Response to Aliens & UFO’s
  8. Big Bang & the Bible
  9. What is the Image of God
  10. Creationists Damage Christianity?
  11. Pluto: Another Young Planet
  12. Energizing your Spiritual Growth
  13. Were Adam & Eve Real People?
  14. Who Were the Nephilim?
  15. Radiohalos Ruin Radiometric Dating
  16. Does God Exist?
  17. Faith & Facts
  18. Was Jesus Wrong About Creation?
  19. Gain of Function Mutations: Not Evidence for Evolution

About your instructor

Creation Ministries International

Creation Ministries International seeks to support the effective proclamation of the Gospel by providing credible answers that affirm the reliability of the Bible, in particular its Genesis history.

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Great content on an important topic

Rated 5 out of 5
23 April 2021

A very informative teaching show with some real biblical experts.

Douglas Eden
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Play Preview Course Crossing Cultures

In this course, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and frameworks in how to effectively take the gospel around the world and communicate it to cultures that are different to your own.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Introduction
  2. Biblical Basis for Mission
  3. Why Mission?
  4. How do we do Mission?
  5. Understanding Culture
  6. God & World Cultures
  7. Contextualisation
  8. Global Trends in Mission
  9. Mission Trends (1)
  10. Mission Trends (2)
  11. Models of Mission Work (1)
  12. Models of Mission Work (2)
  13. Models of Mission Work (3)
  14. Models of Mission Work (4)
  15. Case Study: Urban Missions (1)
  16. Case Study: Urban Missions (2)
  17. Case Study: Urban Missions (3)
  18. Case Study: Urban Missions (4)
  19. The Practicalities of Going Cross-Cultural
  20. Dealing with Spiritual Props
  21. Character
  22. Cross-Cultural Stress
  23. The Missionary Call
  24. Paul’s Methods (Case Study)
  25. Keys for Effective Cross-Cultural Work (1)
  26. Keys for Effective Cross-Cultural Work (2)
  27. Short-Term Mission Trips (1)
  28. Short-Term Mission Trips (2)
  29. Short-Term Mission Trips (3)
  30. Crossing Cultures Course Review

About your instructor

Pastor Kay Dohle

Kay has dedicated her life to ministry. After pioneering a Young Adult Ministry training program at her local church, she then relocated to Asia as Mobilisations & Placement Officer with Assemblies of God World Missions. Since returning to Australia she has held senior leadership roles with Alpha Crucis and continued to work with churches across the country to help them equip Christian leaders to change their world.

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Crossing Cultures

Rated 5 out of 5
11 May 2022

This course enlightened me on ways to approach different people from different cultures with the Gospel. Just because people are different does not mean they are wrong.

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Challenging lesson

Rated 4 out of 5
10 May 2022

How challenging was it for me to learn about Crossing cultures. This helps me to have an overview of what I shouldn’t do when I am going to preach the gospel in others countries. All aspects of Crossing cultures were presented during the lessons. This was a complete and really interessant course. Thanks for the teachers.

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Excellent course content delivery for deeper comprehension of the couse.

Rated 5 out of 5
10 May 2022

The course design and content is enriching, practical, realistic, very applicable, and truly equips the man of God to bear greater fruits in Christian ministry.
Excellent packaging of courses!!

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Play to Preview Foundations of Leadership

This course explores some of the foundational principles of leadership in ministry. You’ll learn about conflict management, leading collaboratively, failure, risk and decisions, before the course moves into implementing and sustaining change.

Curriculum covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Sources of Conflict
  3. Styles of Conflict
  4. Biblical Principles of Conflict Resolution
  5. Failure & Decisions
  6. Risks & Opportunities
  7. Leading Collaboratively
  8. Vulnerability of the Leader
  9. Accountability of the Leader
  10. Leaders as Mentors
  11. Leaders as Coaches
  12. Leaders as Disciplers
  13. How do you Measure up?
  14. Change! Why?
  15. Leadership: Influencing People to Change
  16. How do you Sustain the Change Process?

About your instructor

Dr Albert Haddad

Albert is in the learning field so that he may assist people to achieve their potential! His teaching style is facilitative and aims at drawing out principles from theories and best practice that may be applied differently according to the participants’ contexts and thus achieving successful learning experiences. Albert seeks not only to provide learning to the participants but also to enable them to integrate their observations into their lifelong learning journey. Albert holds a Doctor of Education and a Masters of Education Degree in Leadership and change. He is an experienced Human Resource and Leadership Development consultant, experienced in Adult Education in both private and public sectors and has extensive experience in Medical Research at a senior level as well as in Higher Research Degrees.

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COLLABORATE LEADING

Rated 5 out of 5
4 May 2022

i learnt that collaborate leadership is the art of getting things done through people. The reasons are that in this type of leadership , everything is connected , talents are diverse , reach more people and achieve more outcomes.

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Foundations of Leadership

Rated 5 out of 5
21 February 2022

Leadership skills are very essential and key at every leadership level. This guide has enabled me to discover the leading leadership challenges that result out of ignorance, yet with this course they can be easily fixed.

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Suitable for the topics

Rated 5 out of 5
3 April 2021

Informative with practical examples

Ruth Ruwadzano Ndawana
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Preview Generosity Express

You have a vision for your Church, but not the finances to fulfil it? Generosity Express is our rapid learning generosity course where each day for 23 days, you can watch one of our high impact videos (3 – 10 minutes) designed to help you create a Church of genuine, God honouring Stewards passionate about multiplying God’s Kingdom!
 

Curriculum Covered

  1. True Generosity
  2. Money Follows Vision
  3. Where Is Your Church At
  4. Financial Discipleship
  5. Should You Know What People Give
  6. Cultural Change
  7. Your Leadership Team
  8. Generosity Strategy
  9. Giving Warriors
  10. Why Don’t People Give
  11. Why People Give
  12. Teaching Spiritual Principles
  13. Teaching Practical Principles
  14. Multiplication
  15. Repentance & Restitution
  16. Debt Is Killing Your Church
  17. Are You Struggling
  18. Spiritual Battle Of Money
  19. Is Your Church Trustworthy
  20. Debt & The Church
  21. Getting Out Of Debt
  22. Are You Being Paid Properly
  23. Church Turnarounds

About your instructor

Alex Cook

Alex Cook and the Wealth for Purpose team want to help you make money and live generously with it. They have created a range of courses for individuals, entrepreneurs & church leaders. They impart contemporary financial planning and business practices with biblical revelation, designed to help you become a better steward of the resources that God has given to you.

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Preview Gospel of Matthew

The Gospel of Matthew brings the original Jesus narrative to the screen using the Gospel text as its script, word for word. Informed by world experts’ theological, historical and archaeological research on every aspect of life in the first century.

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  1. The Gospel of Matthew Chapters 1-28

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LUMO

LUMO is a ground breaking, multi-language biblical resource that was created to transform the way in which people engage, discover, and study the life of Jesus through the Gospels, and to resource ministries seeking to promote global biblical literacy. These stunningly innovative films are easily adapted for a global audience. Anyone, anywhere in the world can fully experience their translation of Scripture overlaying the stunningly visual representations of the life of Christ set against the backdrop of an authentic rendition of first century Palestine. LUMO is a visual translation of the four Gospels, developed to truly engage people with Scripture!

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SERMON ON THE MOUNTAIN

Rated 5 out of 5
26 April 2022

The sermon on the mountain or beatitudes is an interesting issue. This sermon really acts as the manifesto of the Kingdom of God. That really attracts me

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Amazing Teaching

Rated 5 out of 5
29 April 2021

I thank you for putting this together, it certainly has open my eyes to understand the holy story of Jesus, it certainly provides me with a great sense of Love, the Love Jesus has for his people.

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Preview Intercultural Communication & Strategies for Ministry

Communication is a key skill for every follower of Jesus. In this course, you’ll learn some of the key theory behind great communication as you discover how to strategically take the gospel message into intercultural settings.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Welcome & Introduction
  2. Introduction to Intercultural Communication
  3. What is God’s Communication Strategy?
  4. Reality, Perception & Mental Mapping (1)
  5. Reality, Perception & Mental Mapping (2)
  6. Understanding Culture’s Influence on Communication (1)
  7. Understanding Culture’s Influence on Communication (2)
  8. Models of Cross-Cultural Communication
  9. God’s Approach: Communicating with Impact
  10. Some Insights into Interpersonal Communication
  11. An Inductive Interpersonal Model
  12. Understanding Your Personal Culture
  13. Understanding Your Personal Cultural Responses
  14. Understanding the Unique Patterns of Different Cultures (1)
  15. Understanding the Unique Patterns of Different Cultures (2)
  16. Following Jesus’ Example (1)
  17. Following Jesus’ Example (2)
  18. What is the Receptor up to? (1)
  19. What is the Receptor up to? (2)
  20. What Role Does Context Play?
  21. How does ‘Meaning’ Happen? (1)
  22. How does ‘Meaning’ Happen? (2)
  23. Verbal Communication & Language
  24. Characteristics of Non-Literates & Oral Preference People
  25. Orality: Some False Assumptions
  26. Ten Myths Concerning Communication (1)
  27. Ten Myths Concerning Communication (2)
  28. Social Structures, Relationships & Influences (1)
  29. Social Structures, Relationships & Influences (2)
  30. Social Structures, Relationships & Influences (3)
  31. Social Influence & Intercultural Competence (1)
  32. Social Influence & Intercultural Competence (2)
  33. Adapting to Context: Message & Messenger
  34. Communicating Cross-Culturally with Power (1)
  35. Communicating Cross-Culturally with Power (2)
  36. Why Strategies?
  37. Strategies (1)
  38. Strategies (2)
  39. Integration & Closure

About your instructor

Dr Ian Grant

Ian is an experienced Vice-President Emeritus with a demonstrated history of executive leadership, curriculum development, postgraduate teaching and accreditation, in theological education and ministry training in Australian and international contexts, including in the e-learning industry. He is skilled in Lecturing, Coaching, Managing Teams, Conflict Resolution. Ian holds a PhD focused on cultural intelligence, anthropology, contextualised leadership, cultural and religious change, intercultural communication and Majority World Christianity from Monash University.

Play course preview Introduction to the Biblical Narrative

This course presents a ‘bird’s eye view’ of the Bible as one story. Each teaching is aimed at equipping learners with the skills and knowledge required to evaluate, communicate and apply the biblical narrative to a specific contemporary ministry context.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Seeing the Bible as One Story
  3. Orientation/Creation
  4. The Plot: Solution: The Patriarchal Narratives
  5. YHWH is crowned Israel’s King
  6. The Former Prophets: from Conquest to Exile
  7. The Ups & Downs of Samuel
  8. The Latter Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel & Twelve
  9. Jeremiah: The Weeping Prophet
  10. The Writings
  11. Lamentations: the Shedding of Righteous Blood
  12. Who is Jesus?
  13. The Crescendo of Jesus
  14. The New Covenant
  15. Epistles: New Covenant Prophets
  16. Good Deeds are Essential
  17. The Hope of Resurrection

About your instructor

Matthew Jarlett

Following the completion of his Bachelor of Arts (Biblical Studies), Matthew assumed the Vocational Education Course Supervisor role with Harvest Bible College.

Course Reviews

4.8
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The sharp spiritual growth

Rated 5 out of 5
11 May 2022

Since i started learning in this school for certificate ministry i enjoyed spiritual growth

Elias Jacob
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very informative

Rated 4 out of 5
11 May 2022

good day,
thank you for the very informative lesions. i am really enjoying this study and i am thoroughly blessed.
thank you and God bless you.

dennis sewpersad
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Great lectures

Rated 5 out of 5
10 May 2022

The course has be so helpful to me as it opened my mind on biblical narrative, given more understanding on how the scripture is arranged, purposes of each book and their authors.
It has really broadened my knowledge and understanding.

Kennedy Owusu Agyemang
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Preview Introduction to Biblical Studies

This course will kick start your interpretive journey of the Scriptures as you unpack the nature of the Bible and how to read sentences, paragraphs and discourses within the biblical text.

Curriculum Covered

  1. The Nature of the Bible (1)
  2. The Nature of the Bible (2)
  3. Pre-Understandings (1)
  4. Pre-Understandings (2)
  5. The Interpretive Journey (1)
  6. The Interpretive Journey (2)
  7. Reading Sentences
  8. Reading Paragraphs (1)
  9. Reading Paragraphs (2)
  10. Observation
  11. Reading Discourses (1)
  12. Reading Discourses (2)

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

5
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
9 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your patience and support And helping me God bless you my testimony l thank God for everything you are doing God bless you l have grown in the word of God

Samuel Wango
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
5 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your time am very happy my testimony is that am grateful for your time God bless you

Samuel Wango
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
5 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your time am very happy my testimony is that am grateful for your time God bless you

Samuel wango
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Preview Introduction to Biblical Studies

The Bible is not one book, but a collection of books with many genres. In this course, you’ll uncover the different genres in the Bible and learn how they affect the way in which Scripture is read and interpreted.

Curriculum Covered

  1. New Testament Genre: Gospels
  2. New Testament Genre: Epistles
  3. New Testament Genre: Revelation
  4. Old Testament Genre: Narrative
  5. Old Testament Genre: Law & Prophets
  6. Old Testament Genre: Poetry
  7. Old Testament Genre: Wisdom
  8. New Testament Genre: Acts
  9. Communicating the Passage
  10. Where we have Been

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

5
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
9 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your patience and support And helping me God bless you my testimony l thank God for everything you are doing God bless you l have grown in the word of God

Samuel Wango
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
5 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your time am very happy my testimony is that am grateful for your time God bless you

Samuel Wango
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
5 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your time am very happy my testimony is that am grateful for your time God bless you

Samuel wango
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Preview Introduction to Biblical Studies

The Bible is not one book, but a collection of books with many genres. In this course, you’ll uncover the different genres in the Bible and learn how they affect the way in which Scripture is read and interpreted.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Historical Context (1)
  2. Historical Context (2)
  3. Historical Context (3)
  4. Literary Context (1)
  5. Literary Context (2)
  6. Literary Context (3)
  7. Word Studies (1)
  8. Word Studies (2)
  9. Word Studies (3)
  10. Meaning & Original Intention (1)
  11. Meaning & Original Intention (2)
  12. Meaning & Original Intention (3)
  13. Interpretation
  14. Holy Spirit & Interpretation
  15. Application
  16. Literary Context & Genre

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

5
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
9 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your patience and support And helping me God bless you my testimony l thank God for everything you are doing God bless you l have grown in the word of God

Samuel Wango
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
5 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your time am very happy my testimony is that am grateful for your time God bless you

Samuel Wango
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
5 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for your time am very happy my testimony is that am grateful for your time God bless you

Samuel wango
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Preview Introduction to Theology

This series systematically introduces every aspect of Christian theology. Beginning with asking the what, why, how and which of theology, the presenter Grant Buchanan moves to the ways God has and does communicate with People & Creation.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Sin & Salvation: Salvation
  2. Sin & Salvation: Blood
  3. Sin & Salvation: Evil
  4. Sin & Salvation: Affliction
  5. Christology
  6. Heresies
  7. The Creeds
  8. The Deity of Jesus
  9. The Humanity of Jesus
  10. Atonement
  11. Atonement in the New Testament
  12. N.T. Wright on the Atonement
  13. The Resurrection & Ascension
  14. Who is the Holy Spirit?
  15. The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament
  16. The Holy Spirit in the New Testament
  17. The Personhood of the Holy Spirit
  18. The Fruits, Gifts & Baptism in the Spirit
  19. Theology of Church
  20. What is the Church?
  21. Church: Local and Universal
  22. The Church & the Kingdom
  23. Church Leadership & Roles
  24. Theology of the Future
  25. Death
  26. The Second Coming & the Rapture
  27. The Millennial Reign & Judgement
  28. New Heavens, New Earth

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course reviews

4.9
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4.9 out of 5 stars (based on 2786 reviews)
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Learning and more questions

Rated 4 out of 5
17 April 2022

Learnt a great deal about theology. And its types. But there are things that remain unanswered and that I am struggling with.
Lenny Bielski
March-2022
Introduction to Theology part one
AXX Bible College
Course Review
It was interesting to learn the formal definition and reasons for Why Theology. I had originally considered theology religious speculation and philosophy. However I have learned that theology is much deeper than that. And teaches provides additional insight into God.
It was interesting to learn about the different types of theology and also how particular ideas theologies were a product of their time and culture. I had no idea that there was so many types. Oh interest to me are; Bibliology & Pneumatology. The study of the Holy Spirit I believe is of particular relevant to today’s Pentecostal Spirit filled Churches.
The various proofs of the existence of God is interesting also.
I found this section of proofs challenging and informative. Ultimately I don’t know if I believe in God (whatever that ultimately is) having read various atheistic materials (Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris etc) I know that there are various counter arguments for the above. However I do believe that Jesus was Divine and for me personally, even if there was no God (as in the ancient Jewish scriptures) it doesn’t really matter. As Jesus is all we need. Christianity over all religions that I have reviewed is the best of all. Just my personal opinion. I flip-flop from agnosticism believing and agnosticism not believing in God. John Lennox also has various arguments for God’s existence. I suppose whether God exists or not, the Christian Theology (like the other Abrahamic faiths) is more robust if we act with at least the assumption of God’s existence.
The Theology of the Bible, which included a brief of also the non-canonised scriptures as well as the canonised and also the various Councils. This section alone made me realise that Theology is much more vast and complex than I first considered. I also had no idea that there were so many different versions of the Bible. I would like to know more about the trustworthyness of scripture and its infallibly. And why this is taken as a given.
I had previously just accepted the inconsistencies and contradictions in the Bible as cultural telling. IE the Lineage of Jesus to King David has two very different accounts. Or the idea of a flat earth with Angels standing at its four corners for example. It seemed to me, that the inspiration of the Bible being received by man, would by our very fallen nature cause errors in the relying of information from the Holy Spirit. But I don’t know. So happy to be instructed and learn more. Thank you.
I found it interesting the section of angels and the powers of evil. And especially that ultimately even the demons were subjected to Jesus’ authority. I think that says a lot.
Personally I have problems accepting the idea of the idea that Jesus is God. Begotten of God, God’s Son, Divine etc. I can accept. But with Jesus’ by his own words and actions was subject to God. And Jesus himself say that God is greater than Him. The course mentioned that this was only when Jesus was on earth as a human-being. But now that he is in Heaven he is equal to God. But if this is so, then why does Jesus sit at the Right Hand of the Father? My confusion is that, I have not yet seen (for myself) in scripture where it say that Jesus in Heaven is equal to the Father in authority etc. Hints are, that authority has been given to him by the Father. Thus being so, the receiver is not in the same position as the giver. What is given is someone greater in this case. Ie the Father.
Thank you for reading this.
Lenny
14-April-2022

Lenny B.
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Very good!

Rated 5 out of 5
31 January 2020

Very good!

Hazel Parrott
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What is Theology

Rated 5 out of 5
30 December 2019

A clear understanding- everything about God

Susan Bentley
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Preview Introduction to Theology

This series systematically introduces every aspect of Christian theology. Beginning with asking the what, why, how and which of theology, the presenter Grant Buchanan moves to the ways God has and does communicate with People & Creation.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Sin & Salvation: Salvation
  2. Sin & Salvation: Blood
  3. Sin & Salvation: Evil
  4. Sin & Salvation: Affliction
  5. Christology
  6. Heresies
  7. The Creeds
  8. The Deity of Jesus
  9. The Humanity of Jesus
  10. Atonement
  11. Atonement in the New Testament
  12. N.T. Wright on the Atonement
  13. The Resurrection & Ascension
  14. Who is the Holy Spirit?
  15. The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament
  16. The Holy Spirit in the New Testament
  17. The Personhood of the Holy Spirit
  18. The Fruits, Gifts & Baptism in the Spirit
  19. Theology of Church
  20. What is the Church?
  21. Church: Local and Universal
  22. The Church & the Kingdom
  23. Church Leadership & Roles
  24. Theology of the Future
  25. Death
  26. The Second Coming & the Rapture
  27. The Millennial Reign & Judgement
  28. New Heavens, New Earth

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

4.7
Rated 4.7 out of 5
4.7 out of 5 stars (based on 3 reviews)
Excellent67%
Very good33%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Learning and more questions

Rated 4 out of 5
17 April 2022

Learnt a great deal about theology. And its types. But there are things that remain unanswered and that I am struggling with.
Lenny Bielski
March-2022
Introduction to Theology part one
AXX Bible College
Course Review
It was interesting to learn the formal definition and reasons for Why Theology. I had originally considered theology religious speculation and philosophy. However I have learned that theology is much deeper than that. And teaches provides additional insight into God.
It was interesting to learn about the different types of theology and also how particular ideas theologies were a product of their time and culture. I had no idea that there was so many types. Oh interest to me are; Bibliology & Pneumatology. The study of the Holy Spirit I believe is of particular relevant to today’s Pentecostal Spirit filled Churches.
The various proofs of the existence of God is interesting also.
I found this section of proofs challenging and informative. Ultimately I don’t know if I believe in God (whatever that ultimately is) having read various atheistic materials (Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris etc) I know that there are various counter arguments for the above. However I do believe that Jesus was Divine and for me personally, even if there was no God (as in the ancient Jewish scriptures) it doesn’t really matter. As Jesus is all we need. Christianity over all religions that I have reviewed is the best of all. Just my personal opinion. I flip-flop from agnosticism believing and agnosticism not believing in God. John Lennox also has various arguments for God’s existence. I suppose whether God exists or not, the Christian Theology (like the other Abrahamic faiths) is more robust if we act with at least the assumption of God’s existence.
The Theology of the Bible, which included a brief of also the non-canonised scriptures as well as the canonised and also the various Councils. This section alone made me realise that Theology is much more vast and complex than I first considered. I also had no idea that there were so many different versions of the Bible. I would like to know more about the trustworthyness of scripture and its infallibly. And why this is taken as a given.
I had previously just accepted the inconsistencies and contradictions in the Bible as cultural telling. IE the Lineage of Jesus to King David has two very different accounts. Or the idea of a flat earth with Angels standing at its four corners for example. It seemed to me, that the inspiration of the Bible being received by man, would by our very fallen nature cause errors in the relying of information from the Holy Spirit. But I don’t know. So happy to be instructed and learn more. Thank you.
I found it interesting the section of angels and the powers of evil. And especially that ultimately even the demons were subjected to Jesus’ authority. I think that says a lot.
Personally I have problems accepting the idea of the idea that Jesus is God. Begotten of God, God’s Son, Divine etc. I can accept. But with Jesus’ by his own words and actions was subject to God. And Jesus himself say that God is greater than Him. The course mentioned that this was only when Jesus was on earth as a human-being. But now that he is in Heaven he is equal to God. But if this is so, then why does Jesus sit at the Right Hand of the Father? My confusion is that, I have not yet seen (for myself) in scripture where it say that Jesus in Heaven is equal to the Father in authority etc. Hints are, that authority has been given to him by the Father. Thus being so, the receiver is not in the same position as the giver. What is given is someone greater in this case. Ie the Father.
Thank you for reading this.
Lenny
14-April-2022

Lenny B.
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Very good!

Rated 5 out of 5
31 January 2020

Very good!

Hazel Parrott
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What is Theology

Rated 5 out of 5
30 December 2019

A clear understanding- everything about God

Susan Bentley
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Preview Jesus & the Gospels

Take a closer look at Jesus & the Gospels in part one of this course, as you unpack the key structures and themes in the first four books of the New Testament. Explore the life and work of Jesus and understand the gospels at a deeper level.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Introduction
  2. Overview of the Gospels
  3. Background to the New Testament
  4. A Criterion for the New Testament
  5. Introduction to Critical Approaches
  6. Form Criticism
  7. Redaction Criticism
  8. Orality & the Gospels
  9. The Gospels as Literature
  10. Matthew: Theology & Themes
  11. Mark: Theology & Themes
  12. The Construction of History
  13. Luke: Theology & Themes
  14. The Synoptic Problem
  15. John (1)
  16. John (2)
  17. Reception & Harmonisation
  18. Search for the Historical Jesus
  19. Jesus & Kingdom
  20. Paul & Jesus

About your instructor

Dr Uwen Low

Uwen has recently completed his PhD in the Book of Revelation. His research interests include the Book of Revelation, visual exegesis, postcolonial criticism, performance criticism, and cultural (particularly Asian) readings of the Biblical text. Uwen was a youth pastor for a number of years prior to undertaking full-time bible teaching.

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Fantastic

Rated 5 out of 5
3 May 2021

Loved it! Saw things I never saw before; now understand passages in a different light and context. Very enlightening!

Tracy Augustin
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Great course!

Rated 5 out of 5
13 August 2019

Absolutely loved this course, great overview of Jesus & the Gospels.

John Symons
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Has only been an intro and overview so far! Review!

Rated 4 out of 5
17 July 2019

Refer above. Has only been an intro and overview! Review! Maybe a bit more into study.

Cherre Hawkins
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Preview Jesus & the Gospels

Take a closer look at Jesus & the Gospels in part one of this course, as you unpack the key structures and themes in the first four books of the New Testament. Explore the life and work of Jesus and understand the gospels at a deeper level.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Messianic Expectations
  2. Jesus as Messiah
  3. Jesus as Lord
  4. Jesus as King
  5. Gospels as Performance
  6. Jesus as Prophet
  7. Jesus as Teacher
  8. Orality & the Gospels
  9. Miracles
  10. Jesus & Miracles
  11. Jesus & Healing
  12. Birth of Jesus
  13. Baptism of Jesus
  14. Galilean & Judean Ministry
  15. Entry into Jerusalem
  16. Stations of the Cross
  17. Jesus & Conflict
  18. The Eucharist
  19. Death of Jesus
  20. Resurrection of Jesus
  21. Reading the Gospels Today
  22. Engaging in Jesus’ Teaching
  23. The Past. The Present. The Future

About your instructor

Dr Uwen Low

Uwen has recently completed his PhD in the Book of Revelation. His research interests include the Book of Revelation, visual exegesis, postcolonial criticism, performance criticism, and cultural (particularly Asian) readings of the Biblical text. Uwen was a youth pastor for a number of years prior to undertaking full-time bible teaching.

Course Reviews

4.7
Rated 4.7 out of 5
4.7 out of 5 stars (based on 3 reviews)
Excellent67%
Very good33%
Average0%
Poor0%
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Fantastic

Rated 5 out of 5
3 May 2021

Loved it! Saw things I never saw before; now understand passages in a different light and context. Very enlightening!

Tracy Augustin
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Great course!

Rated 5 out of 5
13 August 2019

Absolutely loved this course, great overview of Jesus & the Gospels.

John Symons
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Has only been an intro and overview so far! Review!

Rated 4 out of 5
17 July 2019

Refer above. Has only been an intro and overview! Review! Maybe a bit more into study.

Cherre Hawkins
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Preview Jesus Kingdom Gospel

This course gives an overview of the life and ministry of Jesus as described by four gospel narratives. The aim of the course is to bring an understanding of the cultural and historical environment of the day within its literary setting.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Introduction to Course
  3. Concept of Audience
  4. Context of the Internal Narrative Audience (1)
  5. Context of the Internal Narrative Audience (2)
  6. Context of the Internal Narrative Audience (3)
  7. Interpretation
  8. What are the Gospels?
  9. Why Four Different Accounts?
  10. Structure of Gospel Accounts (1)
  11. Structure of Gospel Accounts (2)
  12. Structure of Gospel Accounts (3)
  13. Structure of Gospel Accounts (4)
  14. What is the Gospel? (1)
  15. What is the Gospel? (2)
  16. History of the Birth of Jesus
  17. The Passion Week
  18. Jesus & the Fulfilment of the Old Testament (1)
  19. Jesus & the Fulfilment of the Old Testament (2)
  20. Jesus & the Fulfilment of the Old Testament (3)
  21. Jesus is the Breather of Life
  22. Putting it all Together
  23. What does the Kingdom look like? (Mark)
  24. Abstracting Principles
  25. Application
  26. What Does the Kingdom Look Like? (Matthew & Luke)
  27. What Does the Kingdom Look Like? (John)
  28. Jesus Kingdom Gospel Today?
  29. Jesus’ Commissioning

About your instructor

Matthew Jarlett

Following the completion of his Bachelor of Arts (Biblical Studies), Matthew assumed the Vocational Education Course Supervisor role with Harvest Bible College.

Course Reviews

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Jesus. Kingdom .Gospel

Rated 4 out of 5
13 April 2022

It is by the grace of God that I have to complete this course. Very, very poor internet connection in my country Cameroon. Really, the course has broadened my knowledge on the approach of the gospel with respect to the four gospel writers – Matthew, Mark ,Luke and John. This knowledge will help me preaching and teachings to win souls for Jesus.
To God be the glory.

Pastor EBOT Constantine Bessong
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Impactful Study

Rated 5 out of 5
20 January 2022

This is another worthwhile study for me. The issues of the Kingdom couldn’t be more explained. I am now more knowledgeable about the nature of the Kingdom of God and the Messiah.
Thank you Axx!

Eton Ekanem
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Blew my mind with the indepth information to learn

Rated 5 out of 5
18 August 2021

I learnt so much from this and was a real eye opener. Thank you for providing this awesome course

Casey fredericks
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Preview Kingdom Business Express

Do you have a God-given dream to start your own business? As a serial entrepreneur I am passionate about helping Christians create and build kingdom-minded businesses. I can help you build a profitable, life-changing, kingdom impacting business! My express course is designed to deliver you high-impact short videos (3 – 8 minutes) each day for one month to accelerate your learning and get your business off to a flying start.

Curriculum Covered

  1.  Kingdom Business
  2.  Vision & Mission
  3.  Goal Setting
  4.  Business Planning
  5.  Target Market
  6.  Customer Database
  7.  Market Research
  8.  Critical Success Factors
  9.  Competitive Advantage & Market Research
  10.  Pricing
  11.  Supernatural Business
  12.  Board Of Advice
  13.  Becoming An Authority
  14.  Focus
  15.  Integrity
  16.  The Marketing Mix
  17.  Feedback
  18.  Business As Missions
  19.  Swot Analysis
  20.  Branding
  21.  Improving Your Cash Flow
  22.  Before You Start
  23.  Multiplication
  24.  Outsourcing
  25.  Risk Management
  26.  Are You Cut Out To Be An Entrepreneur
  27.  How To Avoid Being A Business Failure Statistic
  28.  Benchmarking
  29.  Information Technology
  30.  Business Structuring
  31.  Funding Your Business

About your instructor

Alex Cook

Alex Cook and the Wealth for Purpose team want to help you make money and live generously with it. They have created a range of courses for individuals, entrepreneurs & church leaders. They impart contemporary financial planning and business practices with biblical revelation, designed to help you become a better steward of the resources that God has given to you.

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Preview Longevity in Ministry

This course is designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to analyse different perspectives on suffering and overcoming and incorporate the biblical message on this issue into a current ministry experience.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Longevity & Suffering
  2. Overcoming
  3. Old Testament Examples
  4. New Testament Examples
  5. Biblical Solutions
  6. Principles Applied
  7. A Personal Strategy
  8. Reflection & Application

About your instructor

Regan Perry

Regan Perry

Regan firmly believes that you never stop learning and enjoys creating pathways for others to discover their full potential. He has lead & served on church staff, coordinating teams & interns, and overseen ministry programs and campus facilities.

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Longevity in Ministry

Rated 4 out of 5
19 December 2019

Very encouraging, well done!

Julia Love
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Preview Navigating Team Dynamics

In this course you’ll learn how to navigate some of the challenges associated with team dynamics. Topics covered in this course include conflict styles and resolutions, narcissism, success, status, ego, team reflexivity, virtual teams and more!

Curriculum Covered

  1. Conflict Introduction
  2. Recent Research in Conflict
  3. Conflict & Personality
  4. Conflict Styles
  5. Conflict Resolution
  6. Roles & Boundaries
  7. Dealing with Difficult People
  8. Virtual Teams
  9. Group Pressure to Conform
  10. Ethics in Teams
  11. Team Creativity & Innovation
  12. Introduction to Reflexivity
  13. Team Quality Management
  14. Narcissism
  15. Success, Status & Ego
  16. Encouragement
  17. What Really Matters

About your instructor

Dr Nigel Pegram

Nigel completed his Master of Theology, focusing on Old Testament Prophets. He has continued his study and completed his Doctor of Ministry, writing a dissertation on emotional intelligence and prevention of ministry burnout.

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Practical

Rated 5 out of 5
20 August 2020

Was really encouraged by this course. I have taken away lots of practical principles that I can implement immediately that have been answers to some of my challenges in leading a team. Thank you

Jenny Phillips
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Preview New Testament

Learn about what happened in between the two Testaments, and how the Jewish and Greco-Roman world shaped the setting of Jesus’ story. You’ll then go straight into the Gospel accounts, pulling apart their key themes, audiences and concepts.

Curriculum Covered

  1. The Intertestamental Period
  2. Varieties of Judaism
  3. The Greco-Roman World
  4. Formation of New Testament Canon
  5. Origins of the Gospel
  6. The Synoptic Question
  7. Gospels as Witness to Jesus
  8. Matthew: Unique Features
  9. Jesus in Matthew
  10. Mark: Unique Features
  11. Jesus in Mark
  12. Luke: Unique Features (1)
  13. Luke: Unique Features (2)
  14. Luke & Social Justice
  15. The Holy Spirit in Luke
  16. John: Unique Features
  17. John & the Synoptic Gospels
  18. Jesus in John
  19. Miracles, Signs & Faith in John

About your instructor

Dr Ashley Crane

Ashley is a leading Pentecostal scholar (PhD Murdoch), ministering in a prophetic anointing throughout Australasia and the USA in many churches, conferences and leadership training seminars; he is zealous to see people fully trained and flowing in both the Word and the power of the Holy Spirit. Ashely has been in ministry for 38 years and pastored five cross-cultural churches in Israel, the USA, and Australia. Ashley was the Principal/CEO of Harvest West Bible College for 18 years. Ashley is the VP / Secretary for Celebrate Messiah (Australia), and the pastoral team at Sound City Church (Rockingham).

Dr Uwen Low

Uwen has recently completed his PhD in the Book of Revelation. His research interests include the Book of Revelation, visual exegesis, postcolonial criticism, performance criticism, and cultural (particularly Asian) readings of the Biblical text. Uwen was a youth pastor for a number of years prior to undertaking full-time bible teaching.

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
11 May 2022

God bless you and your family my testimony is that my eyes are now open and my mind have been changed about the word of God

Samuel Wango
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learn the gospel

Rated 5 out of 5
23 January 2022

I learn a lot from this bible teaching and I wish every one has a chance to study those lessons. It was great noting to complain about.

Noel Son Carius
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les Evangiles synoptiques

Rated 5 out of 5
21 January 2022

It was a good teaching and I am learning a lot from all the teachers. I learn how to understand the gospel. that was great.

Noel Son Carius
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Preview New Testament

This course looks continues your study into the New Testament, as you explore the structure and characters of the Book of Acts, before turning to the Apostle Paul as you unwrap his epistles to the early church.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Acts: Introduction
  2. Acts: Structure
  3. Acts: Main Characters
  4. Acts & the Holy Spirit Today
  5. Introduction to Paul
  6. Galatians
  7. 1 Thessalonians
  8. 2 Thessalonians
  9. 1 Corinthians
  10. 2 Corinthians
  11. Romans
  12. Ephesians
  13. Philippians
  14. Colossians
  15. Philemon
  16. Introduction to the Pastoral Epistles
  17. 1 Timothy
  18. 2 Timothy

About your instructor

Dr Ashley Crane

Ashley is a leading Pentecostal scholar (PhD Murdoch), ministering in a prophetic anointing throughout Australasia and the USA in many churches, conferences and leadership training seminars; he is zealous to see people fully trained and flowing in both the Word and the power of the Holy Spirit. Ashely has been in ministry for 38 years and pastored five cross-cultural churches in Israel, the USA, and Australia. Ashley was the Principal/CEO of Harvest West Bible College for 18 years. Ashley is the VP / Secretary for Celebrate Messiah (Australia), and the pastoral team at Sound City Church (Rockingham).

Dr Uwen Low

Uwen has recently completed his PhD in the Book of Revelation. His research interests include the Book of Revelation, visual exegesis, postcolonial criticism, performance criticism, and cultural (particularly Asian) readings of the Biblical text. Uwen was a youth pastor for a number of years prior to undertaking full-time bible teaching.

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

4.9
Rated 4.9 out of 5
4.9 out of 5 stars (based on 9 reviews)
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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
11 May 2022

God bless you and your family my testimony is that my eyes are now open and my mind have been changed about the word of God

Samuel Wango
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learn the gospel

Rated 5 out of 5
23 January 2022

I learn a lot from this bible teaching and I wish every one has a chance to study those lessons. It was great noting to complain about.

Noel Son Carius
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les Evangiles synoptiques

Rated 5 out of 5
21 January 2022

It was a good teaching and I am learning a lot from all the teachers. I learn how to understand the gospel. that was great.

Noel Son Carius
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Preview New Testament

Beginning at the letter to the Hebrews, this course explores the Epistles of James, Jude, 1 & 2 Peter, 1, 2 & 3 John, and Revelation. You’ll get to know the authors, the audiences and the context of the letters in this study of the New Testament.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Hebrews
  2. James
  3. Jude
  4. 1 & 2 Peter
  5. 1, 2 & 3 John
  6. Revelation
  7. New Testament Survey Summary

About your instructor

Dr Ashley Crane

Ashley is a leading Pentecostal scholar (PhD Murdoch), ministering in a prophetic anointing throughout Australasia and the USA in many churches, conferences and leadership training seminars; he is zealous to see people fully trained and flowing in both the Word and the power of the Holy Spirit. Ashely has been in ministry for 38 years and pastored five cross-cultural churches in Israel, the USA, and Australia. Ashley was the Principal/CEO of Harvest West Bible College for 18 years. Ashley is the VP / Secretary for Celebrate Messiah (Australia), and the pastoral team at Sound City Church (Rockingham).

Dr Uwen Low

Uwen has recently completed his PhD in the Book of Revelation. His research interests include the Book of Revelation, visual exegesis, postcolonial criticism, performance criticism, and cultural (particularly Asian) readings of the Biblical text. Uwen was a youth pastor for a number of years prior to undertaking full-time bible teaching.

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

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