A study of angels – their creation by God, their work and ministry. Rank and types of angels. The role of angels in
the life of the believer, in warfare and evangelism.
An exciting presentation of the kingdom vision and principles necessary for effectiveness in missionary evangelism
through mass evangelistic crusades (home and foreign).
A STUDY OF BIBLICAL LANDS
The course will trace references to countries, both in biblical and present-day times, and how these lands
impacted on the nation of Israel and key Biblical figures. The study will also show how these countries are
featured in prophecy and the implications for their current state of affairs, as well as a look at those countries,
which no longer exist.
How to study the Bible. An overview of the whole Bible (Genesis – Revelation) and an accurate understanding of
the Biblical structure.
The origin and integrity of the Bible. The Canon of Scripture. A study of Bible lands. Manners and customs of the
A synoptic view of the books of the Old & New Testaments emphasizing how each book and group of books
contribute to the working out of the plan of redemption.
God’s laws governing harvest. Harvest time realities, the laws/principles of sowing and reaping, giving, and
receiving and prosperity. A study of the purpose of wealth. How to reduce debt and generate wealth.
Accounting Principles. Compliance with IRS regulations. How to design and implement an effective administrative
structure for any church regardless of size.
An in-depth study of the history of the church. Which social, religious and political issues arising during the period
of the O.T. and the advent of the N.T. shaped the life of the Jewish people and their subsequent impact on the early
Spiritual issues (such as transference of spirits) in counseling, morality, ethics/integrity. Counseling based on the
Bible (Old & New Testaments).
The Life of Christ. An in-depth consideration of the life of Christ: His divinity/deity, incarnation (virgin birth), and
humanity; His ministry on earth (work, sufferings, crucifixion, death, burial, resurrection, ascension) and present
day High-priestly ministry of intercession, mediation, imminent return for the church, bodily return and millennial
DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH
This course focuses on the existence of the local church, its functions, church government, spiritual authority,
discipline and God’s plan for indwelling the church.
The doctrine of the Church. The Church as a God-ordained institution. The government of the church. The role of
the five-fold minister, deacons, and responsibilities of lay-people in the life of the church.
• PART I
Emphasis on the fundamentals of grammar, punctuation and correct pronunciation (phonics), and the principles of
expository writing. Developing the student’s skill in composition writing with an emphasis on outline development,
sentence and paragraph structure and the use of writing style.
• PART II
Principles of argumentative, analytical, logical and critical writing. A step-by-step progression of thesis writing
methods and development, including the use and adaptation of sources in research writing with warning against
plagiarism. Comprehension and the appropriate usage of power vocabulary including Latin words in the
specialized fields of medicine (for nutrition and health-related issues) and law (for church business and ministry
* Mandatory for all students entering WMMBC & Seminary with only a high school diploma or equivalent diploma.
The study of the end-times (beginning in apostolic times and ending with the millennial-reign of Christ). The
eschatology of Daniel, Zechariah, Ezekiel (O.T. books) and for the N.T. – a study of the book of Revelation, Matthew
24, Mark 13, Luke 21.
ESSENTIALS OF VALUE CLARIFICATION AND COMMUNICATION
The role and effect of personal ethical standards, values, goals on one’s personality, behavior and relationships.
Biblical techniques to evaluate how a counselee’s own values, ethics and goals can cause inner conflict, thus
adversely affecting disposition, interpersonal communication and relationships.
EVANGELISM and MISSIONS I
An exposition of the keys to world evangelization through personal and mass evangelistic crusades. An in-depth
study of strategies for successful missions.
EVANGELISM and MISSIONS II (Missiology)
A study of Home and Overseas Missions
EXPOSITORY OF THE BOOK OF HEBREWS
A study of the revelation of the present-day ministry of Christ, the High Priest and Mediator of the New Covenant,
compared to the Old Testament ceremonial law.
FAITH & COMMUNICATION
The student is taught how to effectively communicate their faith. How to be an effective speaker, preacher, and
teacher. Overcoming spiritual challenges and warfare in ministry by faith.
FASTING AND PRAYER
The role of fasting in developing a powerful prayer life in the believer’s life. A comprehensive study of the power of
prayer through the Word of God to change the present and shape the future, fulfilling God’s will and advancing His
kingdom on earth.
FASTING AND PRAYER II
Secrets of answered prayer and hindrances to prayer. More in-depth exposition of Fasting and Prayer I.
FOUNDATIONAL DOCTRINES OF CHRISTIANITY
This course will deal with the foundational/fundamental doctrines of Christianity as stated in Hebrew, chapter 6: (a)
repentance (b) faith toward God (c) doctrine of Baptisms (d) laying on of hands (e) resurrection of the dead (f)
GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
A general study of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. An in-depth study of the 9 supernatural manifestations of the Holy
Spirit revealed in I Corinthians 12.
The study of the origin of sin, Satan’s intrusion into human life, strategies employed by the devil to tempt, deceive
and cause man’s fall and damnation.
A study of the science and laws of Biblical exegesis and interpretation including the principles by which the
meaning of the Scripture may be ascertained.
The student is taught the spiritual dynamics/preparation and practical techniques of sermon preparation,
presentation and delivery. Special attention is given on how to prepare a congregation for ministration. The
student will be directed to give attention to sermons, organization, content, logical structure, functional elements
and spiritual principles. Practical demonstrations in the methodology of preaching and an emphasis on a step-by-
step process of building up a message with a view of teaching the hearers from the perspective of a teaching
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
This course provides the skills you need to purchase the computer with specifications that meet your
requirements, upgrade your computer, search the WEB using various search engines, and understand the inter-
relationship between hardware and software.
Elementary Education in Modern Languages --- Spanish, French
Hebrew and Greek –
Fundamentals of the two biblical languages with an emphasis on grammar and basic vocabulary.
An expository study of Isaiah – the Prince of the Prophets (Ezekiel, Daniel, Jeremiah – the weeping prophet) and
Lamentations with an emphasis, on their Messianic prophecies, and spiritual significance for today.
A study dealing with the basic components of the Christian marriage relationship – love, communication, conflict
resolution, the act of marriage (sexuality), and monetary issues/economics within the home.
An exposition of the Scripture guidelines and principles of biblical meditation.
MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES
This study will explain and expound on frequently asked questions, such as why is this part of the globe such a
pivotal economic, social and political time bomb? What does Biblical prophecy state about the Middle East? It will
show God’s plan for mankind and how this region plays a role in the divine plan. Several disciplines will be
explored in this course.
MINISTRY OF HEALING
Emphasis is placed on how to minister healing to the whole man – a trichotomy of spirit, soul and body, focusing
on the various means provided by God for man’s healing in the Holy Scriptures.
MINISTRY OF THE PROPHET
The anointing and office of the prophet in today’s church. The relevance of revelation gifts to this office, excesses
and abuses of this office. A study of the prophetic bands and their importance. Also includes and exposition of the
prophetic ministries of the O.T. prophets.
The messages of the Minor Prophets, their impact on Jewish Life and thought with relevant messages for today.
NUTRITION and HEALTH
This course is designed to teach the student basic physiology of the human body and information necessary for
the maintenance of a healthy body as it relates to nutrition, exercise and wellness and disease prevention. The
student will also receive instruction on the epidemiology and prevention of travel-related illness with emphasis on
immunization requirements and chemoprophylaxis for travel for international missions.
NUTRITION AND HEALTH FOR HOME/FOREIGN MISSIONS
A study of the necessary nutrients and other physiological needs required for the successful maintenance of the
temple of God (the human body) in health. Digestion, absorption and metabolism of food and other liquids
(excluding all alcoholic beverages). Safety of water purification on foreign missions. Energy, exercise and
prevention of diseases will be discussed. The course of nutrition and health is designed to teach the student the
importance and maintenance of a healthy body, nutritional training and how to prepare for the changes in
diets/drinking water on the mission field.
OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY
The correlation of the O.T. and N.T. with an emphasis on how each book and group of books (division of the
Scriptures) contribute to unfolding of the Messianic idea and God’s plan for redemption.
PASTOR, CHURCH, LAW
An examination of IRS regulations and other legal requirements. The Pastor and the church’s compliance.
The letters of the Apostles, which relate to the church, its leadership roles, fellowship and principles of growth
applied to bring glory to God.
How to start a church under the Lord’s direction. How to pastor a church. Principles of marriage/pastoral
The revelation of Jesus to Paul. New creation realities concerning believers who we are in Christ, what we can do
(abilities), what we have (possessions), and where we are (our position).
The study of the Person, work and ministry of the Holy Spirit in the church and the world. A study of the gifts and fruit
of the Spirit.
PRAISE AND WORSHIP (P&W)
The purpose of Praise and Worship – a study in the purpose of Man’s creation and of P&W as a powerful spiritual
weapon in the believer’s life. The use of instruments and musical symbols and the application of different types of
praises as expressed by the Hebrew people.
The revelation of God’s love, which impelled Him to choose and foreordain man to be saved through the blood of
the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.
PRINCIPLES OF CHRISTIAN LIVING
A study of the basic principles of righteousness, holiness and sanctification revealed in the Bible as requisites in
the life of the believer for the purpose of pleasing God the Father, demonstrating love for Jesus and honor and
reverence for God the Holy Spirit.
PRINCIPLES OF VICTORIOUS LIVING
A study of the authority of the believer and the revelation of the spiritual forces of God resident in the believer to
effect victorious Christian living.
This course focuses on the art of making speeches in public. Effective oral communication with an audience,
overcoming “stage” fright, learning articulation, intonation and reflection will be covered.
ROLE OF MUSIC
The role of music in preparing the hearts of God’s people to receive the Word. Lifting up, comforting and
encouraging the depressed and downcast. Ministering deliverance through music and the different types of music
used in church services and Christian events.
SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY
A sociology study of the family structure as God’s basic plan for society with techniques for strengthening the family
unit in today’s society. This course will include an analysis of the forces affecting the traditional Judeo-Christian
This course will address the techniques of clear and effective speaking, and the ability to express thoughts by
words and songs, focusing on communicating so as to be understood.
SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP AND BILBICAL INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
A study of the biblical principles of interpersonal relationships. The personal preparation and spiritual lives of
leaders. Both Christian and secular literature will be examined with all conclusions being biblical.
An in-depth study of the spiritual factors necessary for understanding the Word of God, the move of the Holy Spirit in
the believer’s life, a life of Christian service, the believer’s ability of discernment, and spiritual perception.
An in –depth and fascinating exposition of the spirit realm, satanology, demonology and the believer’s victory,
authority and dominion exercised in Jesus’ Name and through the use of spiritual weapons mighty through God
(Eph. 6, 2 Corinthians 10).
STUDIES IN FAITH
The reason for faith, what it is, how to develop faith and use it to move mountains. An expository study of Abraham’
s faith life, revealed in Rom. 4.
TEACHER AND HIS ANOINTING
This course concentrates on one of the most important and highly celebrated offices of our Lord- the greatest
Teacher and His anointing. How to feed the flock of God as Jesus commissioned Peter.
THE BOOK OF ACTS
A study of the life and history of the early church. Factors that affected the growth of the church (for the better). A
discussion of Jewish prejudice towards the Gentiles and its possible effects in delaying the church’s outreach to
Gentile lands before the advent of Paul’s missionary journeys.
THE FEASTS OF ISRAEL
How the feasts of Israel reveal the Person and Work of Jesus the Messiah and His union with His body, the church.
THE FIVE-FOLD MINISTRY OF THE CHURCH
Understanding the five-fold ministry gifts in today’s church – Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, Teachers.
THE MINISTRY OF HELPS I (An introduction)
A study of Helps as a valid ministry of the body of Christ. How the so-called lay person/corporate body of any local
church can facilitate the fulfillment of the vision of a pastor or leader of any church organization.
THE MINISTRY OF HELPS II
A continuation of Helps Ministry I. How to build on effective helps ministry. Teamwork, cooperation and how to
detect and overcome spirits of division, strife, prejudice and schisms.
THE TABERNACLE OF DAVID
A revelation of God’s faithfulness to His promises in David’s life. David, worshiper and the restoration of the true
order of worship.
THE TABERNACLE OF MOSES
A study of the Holy of Holies, Holy Place and outer court and their furnishings, and their relations to Christ the Lord.
The course will draw on the substantial historical documents, which are the legacy of ancient historians, and
highlight the conquests of historical figures such as Alexander and how his great march on the world impacted its
history and geography. World capitals will be an important focus of the course. Emphasis will be on the student’s
acquisition of knowledge of the world’s physical features (continents, lakes, seas). It will demonstrate how
interdependent countries are, and how their inhabitants are part of a global family and divine plan.
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