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Seminary-Lafayette, LA Extension

WELCOME TO THE PROPHETIC SCHOOL FOR LIFE AND MINISTRY
LAFAYETTE, LA, EXTENSION
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The Primary Goal of this School is to help students concentrate on a course of study that is specific to their calling or interest. It is a 2-3 year program that is affordable and classes will be held one day per week for 2 hours per class. The curriculum for completion of various courses is not overwhelming nor is it time consuming, Dr. Lloyd Ph.D. will be the main facilitator. There will also be other associate professors, theologians and biblical scholars who are accomplished within their particular field of study who will also be lecturing. You are guaranteed to receive exceptional teaching and assistance in your selected field and or major. Specialized Training will be available for students who would like to enhance their knowledge of the Bible, and for those who are seeking to concentrate on training to become a Pastor, Christian Leader, Deacon, Bible Teacher, Counselor, Evangelist, Christian Mentor, motivational Speaker, Etc. Students that complete the course requirements will receive a diploma in one of the following concentrations.

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COURSES FOR FALL 2013 SESSION

Marriage and Family Therapy

  • Professor: Dr. Larry J. Lloyd, Ph.D. Email: larryjlloydphd@gmail.com
  • COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to take a serious look at the Social and Spiritual Dynamics of contemporary family life. Included in this course is the emphasis on marriage: The foundation of family life and complex families in today’s society. At the heart of family life is communication, therefore a special focus of this course will be communication, love and intimacy, and how to deal with anger and normal conflicts that occur between family members.
  • COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this course students will learn how to address:
  • 1. What are the seven questions to ask before and after you marry?
  • 2. How to use Scripture in Developing a theology of the family? 3. Changing gender roles: The Impact of Family life.
  • 4. Foundational issues in marriage and family counseling.
  • 5. Divorce and Single-Parent Families, blended families.
  • REQUIRED TEXT BOOKS:
  • 1. The Family: A Christian Perspective on the Contemporary Home. 2007, Jack O. Balswick and Judith K. Balswick. ($20.00)
  • 2. Saving Your Marriage Before it Starts: Seven Questions to Ask Before and After You Marry. 2006, Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott. ($14.00).

Pastoral Epistles

  • Professor: Dr. Larry J. Lloyd, Ph.D. Email: larryjlloydphd@gmail.com
  • COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to take a serious look at the SocialPerhaps the greatest need in the Christian community today is Biblical leadership. Throughout the world, churches struggle with numerous issues because they lack relevant and effective leadership. A good leader possesses godly character, sound doctrine, and Biblical priorities. Yet today, there are differing views on several issues related to leadership, such as: What are the responsibilities and priorities of ministerial leaders and their work? Who is qualified for pastoral leadership? Can women serve as pastors? What should pastors expect in ministry?
  • COURSE OBJECTIVES: Given active participation, upon completion to this course you will be able to:
  • 1. Understand the special introductory problems of the Pastoral Epistles, particularly Pauline authorship.
  • 2. Enter sympathetically into the life and work of the author and his readers.
  • 3. Demonstrate interpretive skills by wrestling with difficulties in the text.
  • 4. Develop a Biblical approach to identifying and ordaining church leaders
  • 5. Develop an informed approach to the controversial issue of women in the ministry.
  • 6. Obtain realistic expectations of life as a minister regarding suffering and duty.
  • 7. Understand the responsibility of and need for Christian churches and leaders to commit to “sound doctrine.”
  • 8. Develop an approach for handling false teachers, their doctrines, and their methods.
  • REQUIRED TEXT BOOKS:
  • 1. The NIV Application Commentary: 1&2 Timothy, Titus. 1999, Walter L. Liefeld. ($21.00)
  • 2. Paul, The Pastoral Letters for Everyone. I and II Timothy and Titus. 2004, N.T. Wright. ($12.00)
  • RECOMMENDED READING:
  • Man and Woman, One In Christ. An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul’s Letters. Philip B. Payne. ($23.00)

DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES VIA VIDEO CONFERENCING AVAILABLE, CONTACT
EXECUTIVE OFFICES AT 337-234-3026 FOR MORE INFORMATION

FULL CONCENTRATIONS AVAILABLE

Christian Ministry Concentration

  • BIBL. 126 Encountering the Old Testament BIBL.
  • BIBL. 126 Encountering the Old Testament BIBL.
  • 127 Encountering the New Testament BIBL.
  • 131 Becoming A Minister BIBL.
  • 229 Bible Study Methods BIBL.
  • 359 Hermeneutics: The Art of Interpretation COMM.
  • 220 Public Speaking GS. 180 Foundation of Leadership HIST.
  • 311 Church History I: Early Church to Reformation HIST.
  • 312 Church History II: Reformation to Present ICS.
  • 111 Global Perspectives PRAC.
  • 122 Biblical Principles of Evangelism PRAC.
  • 252 Homiletics PRAC.
  • 340 Church Administration & Personal Finance PSYC.
  • 125 General Psychology / or PSYC. / THEO. 126Psychology & Theology in Counseling THEO.
  • 114 Bible Doctrine CHMN.
  • 261 Foundations for Children’s and Family Ministry PRAC.
  • 262 Education and Discipleship of Youth or Women in Ministry CETH.
  • 200 Christian Ethics COUN. 130 Christian Approaches to Counseling BIBL.
  • 130 The Prophets: Their Lives and Ministry / or BIBL
  • 135 Josephus & the New Testament Note: Students completing this concentration will receive a diploma in Christian Ministry.

Christian Counseling Concentration

  • ADC. 140 Introduction to Chemical Dependency Counseling
  • ADC. 450 Addiction Counseling Techniques and Practice
  • PSYC. 332 Marriage & the Family PSYC. 353 Psychopathology
  •  PSYC. 363 Theories of Personality PAYC. 140 Social Problems
  •  PSYC. 212 Social Psychology PSYC. 256 Developmental Psychology I (Child)
  • PSYC. 257 Developmental Psychology II (Adolescent & Adult)
  • PSYC. /THEO. 126 Psychology & Theology in Counseling
  • COUN. 101 Christian Approaches to Counseling
  •  COUN. 102 Psychological Disorders in Counseling.

Christian Education Concentration

  • THEO. 114 Bible Doctrine BIBL. 125 Introduction to Bible Origin
  • THEO 126 Introduction to Typology and Symbolism CH.T. 101 Teaching Techniques
  • C.E.T. 102 Understanding Teaching BIBL./PH.L 101 Biblical Foundations for a Philosophy of Teaching
  • C.E. /TH. 105 Christian Education and Theology
  • BIBL. 126 Encountering the Old Testament Survey
  • BIBL. 127 Encountering the New Testament Survey
  • HIST 315 Israel’s History C.E. 200 Christian School Teaching I
  • C.E. 201 Christian School Teaching II
  • SP. 101 Public Speaking
  • BIBL 203 Bible Archaeology
  • C.E. 205 Childhood Education
  • C.E. 304 Youth Education
  • HIST. 311 Church History
  • I: Early Church to Reformation
  • PH. 302 Apologetics
  • C.E. 407 Educational Work Project
  • C.E. 312 Church History II: Reformation to Present

CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AND VIA VIDEO CONFERENCING

 

Christian Ministry Concentration

Note: Students completing this concentration will receive a diploma in Christian Ministry. Applicants will have the opportunity to be licensed to Christian Ministry through Spirit of Liberty Global Ministries. This diploma will prepare students to serve in Christian Ministries and para-church organizations. This program is a 2-3 year course of study depending on previous courses completed. For more information about this academic program please contact the executive office of the Prophetic School for Life and Ministry.

Christian Counseling Concentration

Note: Students completing this concentration will receive a diploma in Christian Counseling.  Applicants will have the option of getting a membership to the American Association of Christian Counselors, and work in ministries with counseling programs. For more information about this academic program please contact the executive office of the Prophetic School for Life and Ministry.

Christian Education Concentration

Note: Students completing this concentration will receive a diploma in Christian Education.This diploma will qualify students to teach in Christian Schools or ministries with educational programs.This program is a 2-3 year course of study depending on previous courses completed.For more information about this academic program please contact the executive office of the Prophetic School for Life and Ministry.