Reaching Your Destiny teaches how one can discover and achieve the specific destiny that God has for their life. In this series, Rev. Brick Cliff draws not only from biblical examples but from his own real-world experiences in over 25 years of ministry.

In Theology One Dr. Webster builds interest and excitement in studying the most important and foundational teachings of the Christian faith. The course is not simply informational but also has a devotional element that impacts the lives of the hearers. Dr. Webster covers the character and nature of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. He looks at how God is a personal God, who has important qualities and names and is a triune God. He discusses the dual nature of Jesus Christ – fully God and man -- and why this is important to believers today. He also looks at the deity, personality, and work of the Holy Spirit.

In Foundations of Evangelism, Rev. Macfarlane imparts a vision and passion for reaching those who do not know Christ. He shows how the most successful evangelism is relational and can be a normal part of any Christian’s lifestyle, without being confrontational or intimidating. He helps viewers to understand how prayer, God’s word, and the Holy Spirit each play an important role in our witnessing, and he explains how to concisely present the plan of salvation so that people understand and respond.

Creating a Welcoming Church covers numerous specific areas that significantly impact a guest choosing to visit your church for the first time and deciding whether or not to return a second time. This one-session course helps church leaders to “see with fresh eyes” areas that immediately impact visitors and create either a pleasant, welcoming experience, which encourages a second visit or an unpleasant, uncomfortable experience, which keeps them from returning.

New Testament Survey introduces the 27 books of the New Testament, exploring the major themes and emphases in each book, while at the same time applying the truths found there to our lives.  It begins with an examination of the historical and cultural background of the times, followed by an overview of each grouping of books, and then by a more in-depth look at each individual book.