For any other foundation can no one lay than the one being laid, who is Jesus Christ. And if anyone builds on this foundation, gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, and stubble, each one’s work shall be revealed. For the Day shall declare it, because it shall be revealed by fire; and the fire shall try each one’s work as to what kind it is. If anyone’s work which he built remains, he shall receive a reward.
Foundational studies are just that, the foundational truths upon which you will be able to build your Christian Life. We examine an introduction to Salvation, Healing, the Holy Spirit, the Word of God, the development of a healthy prayer life and so much more in detail.
There are only two study options, and students need to complete only one of them and complete the rest of their studies from the other streams.
Through these studies, the student embarks on a journey that will help to establish a Christian lifestyle. Truths that will liberate, strengthen, encourage, nurture and will bring discipleship to the student.
These foundational subjects provide both the knowledge and the survival skills necessary to enjoy our Christian walk, gain an answer to prayer, be assured of our salvation, understand our rights, determine God’s will for us, walk in his authority and enjoy our relationship with each other.
Two different authors present the foundational subjects but only, one subject may be completed due to the similarity of the material.
- If you are a new Christian and are new to studying, you should undertake one of these subjects; it will ease you into the College philosophy and establish the framework for the rest of your study program.
- If you have been given the responsibility of teaching new Christians the foundational truths, these options are ideal study options
- If you are an established older Christian, you will be refreshed and encouraged as you re-examine these truths that sometimes we “let slip” as we are busy with our routine and the tasks that take our attention.
The assessment requirements are a set subject assignment which is usually a multiple-choice exam; additional credit points can be earned by completing an essay or a student study guide.