Even if you aren’t pursuing a degree, Bible College classes are a great way to grow in your faith. Many people start with a Monday night class, and our fall course list offers something for those who may just be starting out in their walk (Disciplines of Life) and for believers who are wanting to go deeper in their understanding of Scripture (Bible Research). HCC has a broad range of students, from those just out of high school to moms, dads, and even grandpas. Visit our website for an overview, or contact us for details!
Registration is open for Block 1 of the Fall semester at Heartland Christian College (Block 1 runs from August 19 thru October 8, 2019).
The following courses will be offered:
- Monday/Wednesday 8:10-10:50am – Old Testament Studies I and Bible Doctrines
- Tuesday/Thursday 8:10-10:50am – College Composition and History I
- Friday 9:00am – Servanthood I & III
- Monday Night (full semester course thru December 13th) 6-9:00pm – Disciplines of Life and Bible Research
Contact the registrar for details, 660-284-4800, or enroll online at heartlandcollege.edu.
Old Testament Studies: A survey of the Old Testament emphasizing historic and thematic connections as well as the message of each book. The books are viewed both individually and collectively. Topes that will be covered are the Pentateuch (Law), Historical Books (Prophets), and the Writings. Geographical material will also be added to provide support for the historical context of each book.
Bible Doctrines: This course includes an overview of the concept and application of Bible Doctrines as a discipline. Also included is a survey of biblical teaching regarding the core doctrines of the conservative evangelical Christian Faith.
College Composition: An introductory study in critical reading and writing. Emphasis is placed on rhetoric and on the writing process of planning, drafting, and revising.
World History I: This course presents a broad survey of the interrelationship between world history and the history of the Western Church from the time of the early church to the pre-reformation. The focus is on the major changes and movements within both the church and world history, emphasizing their relevance and impact on today.
Disciplines of Life: An overview of the most recognized disciplines of the Christian life, including prayer and Bible study. Special emphasis is placed on practicing the virtues demonstrated by Jesus.
Bible Research: The use of research tools and methods along with insights and means of proper biblical interpretation are discussed.