The Bachelor of Evangelism Track is 39 Hours – Total Hours Required 120
Equips students to impact the world for Christ through a deeper understanding of theology and evangelism history. Areas of study include inductive Bible study, church history, methods of evangelism, and theology.
Prerequisites: High School Diploma or equivalent
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Hours required over the track are made up of life/work/ministry (LWMT) credits, prerequisites and electives.
Required Track Courses:
EV-4203 – Introduction to Evangelism
A detailed, but introductory, study of evangelism. This course embraces evangelism as a necessary ingredient to effective ministry. It is a front line look at this often-neglected part of the local church.
EV-4213 – Introduction to Missions
This course seeks to guide missionaries (1) to understand the purposes of God that empower mission; (2) to discern personal motives for carrying out that mission; (3) to learn how to be learners of a new culture and many other necessary segments of information that is essential to the missionary.
EV-4223 – History of Evangelism I
The text for this course is an interesting and highly readable account of the history of evangelism. This course is a must for pastors, missionaries and especially those with a call for evangelism. It is commonly used in Bible colleges around the world.
EV4233 – The Heart of Evangelism
This biblical study of evangelicalism gracefully reminds us that the New Testament model of witnessing is not one-size-fits-all and shows us the variety of approaches used in the New Testament.
EV-4253 – Essential Skills of Preaching
Utilizing the tools acquired as a result of the successful completion of this course, the student will be able to read, analyze and critique the sermons of Gospel preachers. The student will become acquainted with the requirements and preparation methods of effective Gospel preaching, as well as the fundamentals of actual sermon delivery.
EV-4263 – Eschatology II
This course is an in-depth study of eschatology with a more systematic presentation of the Bible’s account of the future.
EV-4273 – Exegesis – New Testament
This course provides step-by-step analysis of exegeting the New Testament for study or sermon preparation. Devised for those with minimal Greek. It reflects the introduction of many new secondary materials, computer-aided research and rhetorical criticism’s presence in exegetical materials.
EV-42103 – Revival
A course that gives a complete treatment of revival covering such areas as the place of faith and prayer in relation to revival, revival methods, hindrances to revivals and instructions for new Christians.
EV-42183 – Effective Witness
This course will help you discover your own natural evangelism style, develop a contagious Christian character, build spiritually strategic relationships, and direct conversations toward matters of faith.
EV-42193 – Advanced Evangelism I
A course using cutting edge marketing concepts that have been proven to help Christians reach those seeking spirituality, but that reject the traditional.
EV-42203 – Advanced Evangelism II
Personal evangelism is the foundation for all church growth. If the Kingdom of God is to expand, individual Christians will have to learn to communicate their faith story in a way that is engaging, personal, and relevant to the listening culture today.
EV-42213 – Evangelizing the Unchurched
This is an eye-opening compendium of information that will change the way you think of, deal with and win unchurched men and women who long to connect with God.
EV-42223 – History of Evangelism II
Focuses on the elements of true outreach and evangelism and how they should function in the life of the believer. Discussed are practical guidelines for crossing traditional barriers and effectively communicating your faith in Christ.