E4-12


 

What Does e4-12 Mean?

The “e4-12” name comes from Ephesians 4:12 where the Lord gives gifted teachers to the church to equip the saints for ministry and build the body. Our goal is to assist churches by graduating Christian leaders who are

  • competent in Biblical and theological knowledge
  • strong in their personal faith
  • skilled in ministry
  • outstanding in communication
  • prepared to understand and engage their culture with courageous proclamation of the gospel and confident defense of the faith.

The Fall 2017 course offered at LRBC will be:

BSO501 Old Testament Studies

Old Testament Studies will introduce the student to the great events and flow of history of Old Testament times. This course is a survey of the backgrounds and messages of Old Testament books. While the focus will be on many of the practical aspects of the Old Testament canon, additional discussion of ancient cultures, geography, and the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies will be among the major areas of study throughout this course.

If you would like  more information about BSO501 click here to go to the PIU website.

Quick Links

For more information about the E4-12 program, visit the website www.E4-12.com

To register for the enrichment program to earn a certificate of completion click here

To Apply for the master’s degree program click here

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