Bible Classes & Workshops

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Bible Classes and Workshops

The TLC (Teach, Learn, and Chat) platform was developed to provide an opportunity for biblical teaching while allowing students to ask questions in a safe environment. We do not desire to grieve the Holy Spirit by not giving the opportunity for Him to illuminate the word of God. We as leaders are mandated to equip the people of God for the work of ministry. Becoming a disciple or learner of Christ is the first step to become an effective minister or servant of God.

Our classes are for every person, at every stage of life. Whether you have a lot of time or a little, whether you’ve studied Genesis five times or never opened the Bible, there is a class for you here.

Our classes give you a place to learn about God’s Word and a people to grow with along the way. All classes last 8-10 weeks and meet for 1-2 hours each week. During that time, you’ll hear teaching from The Revival Center elders and trained teachers and discuss what you’re learning within a small group.

All Classes Include:

  • Handouts
  • Books (if applicable)

Upcoming Classes for 2024

History of the Church

Course Overview: The purpose of the History of the Church is to provide students with a coherent, chronological, and critical overview of some of the major events and individuals that have been essential to a study of Church history. This study will combine both biblical and extra-biblical sources in order to acquaint Bible students with scholarship of the study of the people of Faith and their role in God’s plan of salvation under the New Covenant/Church-age.

August 2024

The Book of Ephesians

Course Overview: The purpose of the Epistle to the Ephesians class is to present students with an opportunity to develop a proper theological framework for a study of the Epistle to the Ephesians. This study will enhance students’ understanding of how God’s dealings with the Nation of Israel transitioned to His Church through Jesus Christ under the New Covenant. Also, students will be given an opportunity to discuss how the Epistle to the Ephesians should be properly understood considering the transitionary nature of the later years of the apostolic Church period and the increasing invasion of false teachers among the New Covenant people of God.

August 2024

Current Classes

General Epistles

The purpose of the Survey of the General Epistles is to focus on the content of each of the General letters, the historical events that give context to the books, and specific questions that help draw out the overarching principles contained in this section of the NT. This study will enhance students’ understanding of Church doctrine as the earliest Church leaders ministered to a mostly Jewish Church and as the Church began to face increased persecution during the Apostolic Period of Church history.

Bible Content Courses

Bible Study Methods

Bible Study Methods is designed to enhance Believers’ understanding and strengthen them in their ability to rightly divide the Word of Truth. In its prayerful design, the experience of this class will help students become more familiar with various Bible study approaches and methods. The use of these methods will enhance the student’s capacity to handle the Bible with more effectiveness by removing traditional barriers that have developed as a result of unbalanced reliance on tradition or acquired knowledge.

Introduction to the Bible

Introduction to the Bible will engage students in a discussion of Bible translations and various versions. Students will learn about the origin and the process of how the Bible has come to us today. Ultimately, the class will provide students with an overview of biblical genres and basic outlines for each of its books.

History of the Jews

The purpose of the History of the Jews is to provide students with a coherent, chronological, and critical overview of some of the major events and individuals that are essential to a study of Jewish history. This study will combine both biblical and extra-biblical sources in order to acquaint Bible students with modern scholarship of the study of Jewish people and their role in God’s plan of salvation.

Old Testament Survey

The purpose of Survey of the Old Testament is to help students to better understand the content of each of the Old Testament books, the historical events that give context to them, and to answer specific questions that help draw out the overarching principles contained in the Old Testament. This study will enhance students’ understanding of how God’s dealings with the nation of Israel is critical to a full comprehension of the New Testament (Covenant) based in the death of Jesus Christ.

New Testament Survey

The purpose of this Survey of the New Testament is to focus on the content of each of the New Testament books, the historical events that give context to the books, and specific questions that help draw out the overarching principles contained in the New Testament. This study will enhance students’ understanding of how God’s dealings with the nation of Israel continue and reach its full purpose in Jesus Christ.

Pauline Epistles

The purpose of Survey of the Pauline Epistles is to focus on the content of each of the Pauline letters, the historical events that give context to the books, and specific questions that help draw out the overarching principles contained in this section of the NT. This study will enhance students’ understanding of how the Apostle Paul was chosen and used by God in a critical way during the most infancy period of Church history.

Survey of the Gospels

Survey of the Gospels will provide students with a more systematic understanding of the authors, historical audiences, and major themes of this category of books of the Bible. Students will also learn about the distinction between what has become known as the synoptic gospels and how they differ in structure from the Gospel of John.

Survey of New Testament History: Acts

The purpose of the Survey of New Testament History (The Book of Acts) is to help serious Bible students see Luke’s framework of God’s Kingdom and the post-ascension reign of Jesus Christ more clearly. Also, this class is given to help students with a literary approach of the Book of Acts.

Survey of the Pentateuch

This is class is in partnership with Victory Church St.Louis discipleship program. Please contact us before registering.

The purpose of the Survey of the Pentateuch is to provide students with a literary, historical, and thematic survey of the first five books of the biblical canon. This study is designed to help Bible students approach the Old Testament, Jewish history, and ultimately the entire Bible more critically.

The Book of Acts I-III

The purpose of the New Testament History (The Book of Acts) is to help serious Bible students see Luke’s framework of God’s Kingdom and the post-ascension reign of Jesus Christ more clearly. Also, this class is given to help students with a literary approach of the Book of Acts.

Ministry Preparation Courses

Committed to Discipleship

The purpose of Commitment to Discipleship is designed to illustrate the process of disciple-making that Jesus taught and modeled. The Lord Himself has commissioned His Church to make discipleship her greatest priority. In this class we will examine how well the contemporary Church (corporately and individually) has done in obeying the Lord in this area

Doctrine of Salvation

Doctrine  of  Salvation  provides  students with  an  in  depth  study  of  the  order of salvation  as  the  unified  theme  of  the Bible.  Students will  also  review  an introductory  level  study  of  systematic theological  approaches  to  God’s Plan of Salvation:  its fundamental components and  essential .

Life Application Courses

Biblical Stewardship

Good Stewardship will provide students with an overview of the Bible’s teaching on stewardship.  Students will learn  biblical principles of how  to manage  all  that  God  has entrusted  to  them. Students will also learn the distinctions between being a good steward versus mere tithing or financial giving

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Our mission is to help people in the surrounding communities perfect holiness while living everyday lives. Our purpose is to bring change to a world through prayer, praise and worship, the preached word, and the love of the Father.

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