Audio Track 2

Track 2 Classes

Christian Apologetics (3 credit hrs)

The ability to give an answer for ones faith has never been more necessary than now. This course will equip the student to give a defense by studying Christian apologetics, creation apologetics and Adventist apologetics.

  • Christian apologetics will cover the 5 major religions and support the superiority of Christianity over Hinduism, Judaism, Islam and Buddhism.
  • Creation apologetics will examine evolution and give reasons why Creation is more rational and scientific than Evolution.
  • Adventist apologetics will compare the different religions that believe in Jesus and will give reasons why Adventism is the remnant church of Bible prophecy.

Medical Missionary Work (2 credit hours)

This intensive provides practical training about how to touch someone’s heart using the health message. Each student will learn basic remedies such as hydrotherapy, massage, hot/cold treatments and how to apply charcoal.

Medical Work Class 1
No Audio Recorded

Medical Work Class 2 Part 1
Medical Work

Medical Work Class 2 Part 2

Medical Work Class 3 part 1

Medical Work Class 4 Part 1

The Science of Bible Work (3 credit hrs)

The main thrust of this course is to teach students how to share their faith with non-Seventh-day Adventists. After learning how to develop and conduct a Bible study, meet people’s objections, and lead others to a point of decision, every student can be confident that their presentation of the gospel will be effective. Students will also learn how to coordinate training seminars in the local church so members will become involved in giving Bible studies and doing other personal evangelism.

Bible Work Class 1
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 2

Bible Work Class 3

Bible Work Class 4

Bible Work Class 5
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 6
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 7
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 8
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 9

Bible Work Class 10
Nor audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 11

Bible Work Class 12

Bible Work Class 13
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 14
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 15

Bible Work Class 16
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 17
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 18

Bible Work Class 19
No Audio Recorded

Bible Work Class 20
NO Audio Recorded

Health and Healing (3 credit hrs)

This course will take a look into the physical, mental, and spiritual effects of food, natural remedies, and human development. It covers an overview of the natural prevention and healing of physical disease.

Health and Healing Class 1

Health and Healing Class 2
No Audio Recorded

Health and Healing Class 3

Health and Healing Class 4

Health and Healing Class 5

Health and Healing Class 6

Health and Healing Class 7

Health and Healing Class 8

Health and Healing Class 9

Health and Healing Class 10

Health and Healing Class 11

Health and Healing Class 12
No Audio Recorded

Health and Healing Class 13
No Audio Recorded

Health and Healing Class 14
No Audio Recorded

Health and Healing Class 15
No Audio Recorded

Health and Healing Class 16

Health and Healing Class 17

Health and Healing Class 18

Health and Healing Class 19
No Audio Recorded

Health and Healing Class 20
No Audio Recorded

Evangelism (2 credit hours)

This intensive explains how to use personal evangelism in preparation for successful public evangelistic efforts. The student will learn how to organize and hold a public evangelistic effort using methods and principles based on the Bible and Spirit of Prophecy.

Evangelism Class 1 part 1

Evangelism Class 2 Part 1

Evangelism Class 2 Part 2

Evangelism Class 2 Part 3

Evangelism Class 2 Part 4

Evangelism Class 3 Part 1

Evangelism Class 3 Part 2

Evangelism Class 3 Part 3

Studies in Prophecy: Revelation (3 credit hrs)

This course will examine the end-time prophecies of Revelation enabling students to unlock its symbolism and reveal Christ and His atoning work on Calvary and in the heavenly Sanctuary.

Revelation Class 1

Revelation Class 2

Revelation Class 3
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 4
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 5
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 6
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 7
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 8
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 9
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 10
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 11

Revelation Class 12

Revelation Class 13
NO Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 14
No Audio Recorded

Revelation Class 15

Revelation Class 16

Revelation Class 17

Revelation Class 18

Revelation Class 19

Revelation Class 20

Life and Teachings of Jesus (3 credit hrs)

This course covers the four gospels, including the background, authorship, and themes. The student will learn the main point of the OT “That these are they which testify of me” (John 5:39) by identifying OT Messianic and Christological typology.

Life and Teachings of Jesus Class 1

Life and Teachings of Jesus Class 2

Life and Teachings of Jesus Class 3

Life and Teaching of Jesus Class 4

Life and Teaching of Jesus Class 5

life and Teaching of Jesus Class 6

Life and Teaching Class 7

Life and Teaching Class 8

Life and Teaching Class 9

Life and Teaching Class 10
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 11
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 12

Life and Teaching Class 13
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 14
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 15
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 16
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 17
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 18
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 19
No Audio Recorded

Life and Teaching Class 20

The Sanctuary (3 credit hrs)

This course is a biblical study of the sanctuary truth and its relationship to the history and message of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Special attention will be given to the sanctuary’s central theme of justification by faith, as well as challenging the critics arguments against a heavenly sanctuary message.

Health Outreach Leadership (3 credit hrs)

This course trains students to lead churches in health outreach programs such as cooking schools, health fairs, depression recovery, addiction recovery, and CHIP. The emphasis is on understanding the outreach potential for each program, and providing leadership for the local church to run these programs.

Literature Ministries and Outreach Director (1 credit hour)

This intensive covers principles and methods for starting and managing literature programs of all types (full-time, part-time, adult, free, youth), and Bible worker programs in a conference-wide setting. The focus of this course will be administrative principles for managing a conference ministry, as well as ideas and methods for integrating literature ministry with other conference ministry initiatives.