Providing a clear and comprehensive study of the basic Bible doctrines that have been characteristic of Pentecostalism, this course discusses topics such as the Holy Trinity, the Bible, man, sin, salvation, the Church, and the second coming of Christ.
If approached with an open heart, this course will unveil how we have manipulated the gospel to fit our cultural preferences. You will discover what Jesus actually said about being his disciple, and then you will be invited to decide whether or not to believe and obey what you have heard.
Written from a positive Evangelical and Pentecostal perspective, this course guides learners through the Bible book by book and, in the process, gives a fresh look at what the Scriptures teach about the Holy Spirit.
In this course, the learner is challenged to remove hindrances that produce spiritual distance and to pursue God passionately in the power of the Holy Spirit. Through personal prayer and reflection, learners will develop spiritual rhythms with God and nurture intimacy with Him.
Our world is becoming more hostile to Christianity in many places. It is important for believers to be equipped to share the truth found in both the Bible and in science. Through apologetics, believers can feel confident in their ability to engage skeptics in an intellectual and thoughtful manner.
This course invites learners to explore and learn the history of the Pentecostal Church of God. "Our Story" traces the key people, events, and ministries that have helped shaped the PCG into a vibrant International movement.
Dealing with every aspect of family life, including those harsh realities of raising a family in the 21st century, Truth about the Family focuses on the biblical patterns, which have been established in Scripture by the Creator Himself.
This course is a journey in which learners will be exposed to the historical settings in which the Gospels were written, what the authors were trying to convey to first-century Christians, and how these 2000-year-old pieces of biblical literature apply to us today.
Celebration of Discipline explores the classic "disciplines" or spiritual practices of the Christian faith. The course shows that it is only through these timeless practices that we can find the true path to spiritual growth and maturity.
Preaching 101 is designed to guide the minister through the practice of preaching. While the mechanics of sermon preparation will be discussed, the course also focuses on the personal development of the minister as he/she partners with the Holy Spirit to bring God's word to the world.
Spiritual Leadership reflects on the leader's biggest challenges, character requirements, influence, decision making, and more. All the while, the course focuses on how leaders can discover and promote God's vision for their organization and move people on to His agenda.
This course focuses on showing leaders how to develop a deep inner life, which ultimately bears profound implications in leadership for planning and decision making, building teams, creating healthy culture, and influencing others.
Like them or not, the laws of leadership outlined by John Maxwell govern your personal and organizational effectiveness. "Everything rises and falls on leadership," says Maxwell. "Apply the laws and people will follow you. Violate or ignore them, and you will not be able to lead others."
This course is a survey of the first five books of the Bible (AKA "Pentateuch" or "Torah"). Since these books begin the Bible, they become critical studies for us even today by introducing us to the character and nature of God and explaining what He expects of His people.
What does it actually mean to lead well as a team? In this course, you will encounter churches that have learned healthy team leadership. Using actual church examples, you will see their discoveries, culminating in five disciplines that, if implemented, can enable your team to thrive as well.
Integrity demands that the minister live what he preaches. Without integrity our message is empty. In this study, we examine the Biblical and historical roots of ethics as well as contemporary situations that require an ethical answer.
This course will show how to detect faulty worldviews that sometimes compete for our hearts and minds. If we want to reach the lost, we cannot simply dismiss their stories. Instead, we would do well to meet them where they are in dialogue and lead them toward a Christian worldview.
As a global church with a global mission, the Pentecostal Church of God has spent the last 100+ years proclaiming Bible truth in Pentecostal power. In this course, learners are invited to join the Movement by engaging the basics of PCG history, doctrine, and vision for the future.
*Having just launched in spring 2021, the online minister's study series is still in BETA. To register for any of those courses or to learn more, simply select any one of the "register now" links above. Thank you for your patience while we continue to develop new opportunities and fine-tune our online resources.