Sundays @ 5:30 pm

Sunday nights 5:30pm | Fall 2022

Starting Sunday, September 18

The Book of Hebrews | Taught by Pastor Eric Lethco
What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality | Taught by Pastor Charles McCallum
How to Study the Bible (Equip University Course) | Taught by Pastor Jason Taylor

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Equip University Discipleship Course - Scroll down for details.

  • Preschoolers meet upstairs in the Education 2 building
  • Kids K5-6th Grade meet in the Family Ministry Center

  • Students grades 7th - 12th meet in The Annex

EQUiP University consists of three courses, designed to be finished in one year. This certificate will help students gain a greater knowledge of discipleship, theology, and how to study the Bible. During the training, time will be spent focused on personal time with God, developing spiritual gifting to aid the church, sharing the Good News with others, the study of God, and how to study the Bible.

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Equip-U certificate program

3 Courses:
intro to discipleship
Course Description:
How do we live as disciples of Jesus? If God wanted, He could have taken you up to heaven as soon as you became a Christian. But He didn’t. He has a plan for you. This class will introduce you to how you can participate in the work God is doing in His world.
Objectives:
  • Relate biblically, theologically, and practically to the fulfillment of the Great Commission.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of discipleship at Old Fort Baptist Church.
  • Learn about the importance of discipleship and how to incorporate discipleship into the way you study God’s Word, relate to one another at church, and live life with Gospel intentionality.
Not available Fall 22 | Contact Us for next availability
How to study the bible
Course Description:
As a professing Christian, you believe the Bible, but do you know why you can trust the text? There are different ways to interpret the Bible and that will impact what a person believes. This class will introduce the basic principles of Bible interpretation to help you strengthen your Bible study, your love of God, and your confidence in understanding the meaning and significance of the Bible.
Objectives:
  • Explain the role of the author, text, and read in the interpretive process.
  • Display competence in determining the meaning of a text.
  • Develop an understanding of how to interpret different forms of literature in the Bible.
Available Fall 22 | Register Now
theology
Course Description:
So you say you’re a Christian, but what do you actually believe? This class will equip you with a greater understanding of the doctrines of the faith and help you to answer some of life’s biggest questions.
Objectives:
  • A comprehensive study of the major doctrines of the Christian faith.
  • An examination of the doctrines of revelation, God, Christ, Spirit, salvation, creation, humanity, sin, the church, and end times.
  • A better understanding of theology to strengthen one’s personal spiritual formation.
Not available Fall 22 | Contact Us for next availability

In-Person and Online Options:

Currently, classes will be held on-campus. Please check back for information or inquire about online class availability.

Time Commitment:

Average time to complete each course: 12-14 weeks
Class time: 60 minutes per week

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BIB101: How to Study the Bible taught by Pastor Jason Taylor

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