Portland Bible College Online

Building Servant Leaders to be Influencers in the Local Church and Society

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COURSE DESCRIPTION: Covenants is an in depth study of the nine biblical covenants that God made with man: Edenic, Adamic, Nohaic, Abrahamic, Mosaic, Palestinian, Davidic, New and Everlasting. These covenants are the main expression of the relationship between God and mankind throughout the Bible. They determined much of what was considered moral, ethical and religious at different times in history. Their key elements provide the framework for understanding God’s actions, especially in the area of redemption. They are so important that they have been considered the main interpretive key to unlocking the whole Bible. TO PREVIEW A LECTURE CLICK HERE COURSE LECTURES: Lectures 1-7: Introduction Lectures 8-10: Edenic Covenant Lectures 11-12: Adamic Covenant Lectures 13-14: Noahic Covenant Lectures 15-18: Abrahamic Covenant Lectures 19-24: Mosaic Covenant Lecture 25: Palestinian Covenant Lectures 26-29: Davidic Covenant Lectures 30-34: New Covenant Lecture 35: Everlasting Covenant COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Lanny Hubbard Portland Bible College is an educational ministry of Mannahouse (formerly City Bible Church) committed to the formation of Servant-Leaders for local churches and societies throughout the world. PBC has a reputation for not only training your mind, but also speaking to your spirit. Now these courses, which have helped thousands of pastors, church staff, marketplace leaders and committed believers achieve greater success in their churches, ministries and personal lives; is available to people anywhere in the world. This course can be offered for college credit by visiting www.portlandbiblecollege.org/apply-now Copyrights: All courses are the intellectual property of Portland Bible College. Any copying or public presentation of part or all of the courses without express written permission from Portland Bible College is a violation of federal law.  Curriculum developed by Portland Bible College is not ‘for sale,’ but available for use under different licensing options; Extension Campus, Affiliate Program, Group License and Individual License. Each license allows for different usage permissions and periods of time. Churches/Programs that no longer partner with PBC do not retain usage rights to the lectures, PowerPoint or additional curriculum.  Group use: This is the individual licensed curriculum for this course. : If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, there are group licensing options available. The group license differs from the individual license in that it permits you to present this course publicly as well as provides additional resources including a syllabus and assignment templates. Group License costs are the individual license fee + the very affordable price of $10 per student. If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, please contact the PBC offices by phone at 503.255.3540 or email at pbconline@portlandbiblecollege.org. Read More

Course Description: Human Development and Relationships is a 3 credit class; as such, it has 40 lectures (each 35-45 minutes in length). Human Development deals with the roles of men and women in society and how the individual functions within the group. In addition to studying human sexuality, strong emphasis is placed upon the necessity and dynamics of strong interpersonal relationships in all areas of life. TO PREVIEW A LECTURE CLICK HERE Course Objectives: To impart insight into the development of the personal identity of the individual. To increase understanding of the unique social roles of the individual as created being, a friend, a son or daughter, a single adult, and a future spouse. To equip the student with basic Biblical principles of building healthy relationships with family and peers. To impart understanding of men and women in the social context and to better equip the student with skills to develop healthy platonic relationships. To give practical wisdom and Biblical insights regarding romantic relationships and preparation for marriage. Course Outline: Lectures 1-13: Human Development and Identity Lectures 14-16: Healthy Parent-Child Relationships Lecture 17: Relating to Grandparents and Older People Lectures 18-20: Developing Peer Friendships Lectures 21-23: God's Purpose for Singleness Lectures 24-25: Developing Healthy Platonic Relationships Lectures 26-27: Understanding Male and Female Differences Lectures 28-31: Godly Romantic Relationships Lectures 32-34: What Every Father Wishes His Daughter Knew Lectures 35-37: What Every Mother Wishes Her Son Knew Lectures 38-40: Discerning God's Will for A Life Partner Instructor: Glenda Malmin Portland Bible College is an educational ministry of Mannahouse (formerly City Bible Church) committed to the formation of Servant-Leaders for local churches and societies throughout the world. PBC has a reputation for not only training your mind, but also speaking to your spirit. Now these courses, which have helped thousands of pastors, church staff, marketplace leaders and committed believers achieve greater success in their churches, ministries and personal lives; is available to people anywhere in the world. This course can be offered for college credit by visiting www.portlandbiblecollege.org/apply-now Copyrights: All courses are the intellectual property of Portland Bible College. Any copying or public presentation of part or all of the courses without express written permission from Portland Bible College is a violation of federal law.  Curriculum developed by Portland Bible College is not ‘for sale,’ but available for use under different licensing options; Extension Campus, Affiliate Program, Group License and Individual License. Each license allows for different usage permissions and periods of time. Churches/Programs that no longer partner with PBC do not retain usage rights to the lectures, PowerPoint or additional curriculum.  Group use: This is the individual licensed curriculum for this course. : If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, there are group licensing options available. The group license differs from the individual license in that it permits you to present this course publicly as well as provides additional resources including a syllabus and assignment templates. Group License costs are the individual license fee + the very affordable price of $10 per student. If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, please contact the PBC offices by phone at 503.255.3540 or email at pbconline@portlandbiblecollege.org. Read More

COURSE DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this series is to help students identify the core passions and values that motivate their lives and gain a deeper and broader understanding of them. This course is the second of two sections that compile a series of lectures designed to set a solid foundation for the underlying passions and values that should be guiding each of our individual and ministry lives. Section 02 puts an emphasis on passions and values around the devotional disciplines that should be a part of every Christian’s life. Each passion and each value is developed fully so that the student is equipped to apply them to their lives. TO PREVIEW A LECTURE CLICK HERE COURSE OUTLINE: Lecture 1: Purpose of Passions and Values Lectures 2-3: Supernatural Lectures 4-5: Anointing Lecture 6: God's Voice Lecture 7: Fasting Lecture 8: Relationship with God Lecture 9: Persistent Praying Lecture 10: Wholehearted Worshiper Lecture 11: God's Presence Lecture 12: Faith Lecture 13: Fear of the Lord Lecture 14: Waiting on the Lord COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Frank Damazio Portland Bible College is an educational ministry of Mannahouse (formerly City Bible Church) committed to the formation of Servant-Leaders for local churches and societies throughout the world. PBC has a reputation for not only training your mind, but also speaking to your spirit. Now these courses, which have helped thousands of pastors, church staff, marketplace leaders and committed believers achieve greater success in their churches, ministries and personal lives; is available to people anywhere in the world. This course can be offered for college credit by visiting www.portlandbiblecollege.org/apply-now Copyrights: All courses are the intellectual property of Portland Bible College. Any copying or public presentation of part or all of the courses without express written permission from Portland Bible College is a violation of federal law.  Curriculum developed by Portland Bible College is not ‘for sale,’ but available for use under different licensing options; Extension Campus, Affiliate Program, Group License and Individual License. Each license allows for different usage permissions and periods of time. Churches/Programs that no longer partner with PBC do not retain usage rights to the lectures, PowerPoint or additional curriculum.  Group use: This is the individual licensed curriculum for this course. : If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, there are group licensing options available. The group license differs from the individual license in that it permits you to present this course publicly as well as provides additional resources including a syllabus and assignment templates. Group License costs are the individual license fee + the very affordable price of $10 per student. If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, please contact the PBC offices by phone at 503.255.3540 or email at pbconline@portlandbiblecollege.org. Read More

Course Description: Pastoral Ministry has 28 lectures (each 35-45 minutes in length). This course defines the role every leader plays in pastoral ministries. Every student will be equipped in the principles, practices and disciplines needed as well as discuss the special challenges faced in being involved in any aspect of pastoral ministry in the twenty-first century church. TO PREVIEW A LECTURE CLICK HERE Course Objectives: To explore the biblical foundation for pastoral ministries and how these principles apply to the local church today. To define the role of all church leaders in respect to their role in pastoral ministries including the Set man, five-fold ministry, and team ministry leaders. To discuss the various aspects of pastoral ministry in the local church, including roles and responsibilities. To define and understand the eight major foundational components of pastoral ministry and their role in building a healthy local church. To discuss the personal priorities and challenges each leader must address to sustain longevity in calling and service. To explore unique cultural and contemporary issues facing the twenty-first ministry effectiveness. To develop proper time management, administrative and organizational skills needed to be effective in ministry. To anticipate and prepare for pastoral ministry. Course Outline: Lectures 1-2: Biblical View of Pastoral Ministries Lectures 3-4: Pastoral Ministry and the Local Church Lectures 5-10: Personal Commitments of Pastors Lectures 11-28: Pastoral Ministry Cultures Instructor: Walter Madison Portland Bible College is an educational ministry of Mannahouse (formerly City Bible Church) committed to the formation of Servant-Leaders for local churches and societies throughout the world. PBC has a reputation for not only training your mind, but also speaking to your spirit. Now these courses, which have helped thousands of pastors, church staff, marketplace leaders and committed believers achieve greater success in their churches, ministries and personal lives; is available to people anywhere in the world. This course can be offered for college credit by visiting www.portlandbiblecollege.org/apply-now Copyrights: All courses are the intellectual property of Portland Bible College. Any copying or public presentation of part or all of the courses without express written permission from Portland Bible College is a violation of federal law.  Curriculum developed by Portland Bible College is not ‘for sale,’ but available for use under different licensing options; Extension Campus, Affiliate Program, Group License and Individual License. Each license allows for different usage permissions and periods of time. Churches/Programs that no longer partner with PBC do not retain usage rights to the lectures, PowerPoint or additional curriculum.  Group use: This is the individual licensed curriculum for this course. : If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, there are group licensing options available. The group license differs from the individual license in that it permits you to present this course publicly as well as provides additional resources including a syllabus and assignment templates. Group License costs are the individual license fee + the very affordable price of $10 per student. If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, please contact the PBC offices by phone at 503.255.3540 or email at pbconline@portlandbiblecollege.org. Read More

Course Description: Wisdom Literature has 41 lectures (each 35-45 minutes in length). Wisdom Literature is a study of Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon with emphasis given to practical application. TO PREVIEW A LECTURE CLICK HERE Course Objectives:  To gain a working knowledge of the content of these books. To explore the meaning of these books. To learn to apply their lessons to our lives and to our world. Course Outline: Lectures 1-3: Introduction Lectures 4-18: Job Lectures 19-35: Proverbs Lectures 36-38: Ecclesiastes Lectures 39-41: Song of Solomon Instructor: Ken Malmin Portland Bible College is an educational ministry of Mannahouse (formerly City Bible Church) committed to the formation of Servant-Leaders for local churches and societies throughout the world. PBC has a reputation for not only training your mind, but also speaking to your spirit. Now these courses, which have helped thousands of pastors, church staff, marketplace leaders and committed believers achieve greater success in their churches, ministries and personal lives; is available to people anywhere in the world. This course can be offered for college credit by visiting www.portlandbiblecollege.org/apply-now Copyrights: All courses are the intellectual property of Portland Bible College. Any copying or public presentation of part or all of the courses without express written permission from Portland Bible College is a violation of federal law.  Curriculum developed by Portland Bible College is not ‘for sale,’ but available for use under different licensing options; Extension Campus, Affiliate Program, Group License and Individual License. Each license allows for different usage permissions and periods of time. Churches/Programs that no longer partner with PBC do not retain usage rights to the lectures, PowerPoint or additional curriculum.  Group use: This is the individual licensed curriculum for this course. : If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, there are group licensing options available. The group license differs from the individual license in that it permits you to present this course publicly as well as provides additional resources including a syllabus and assignment templates. Group License costs are the individual license fee + the very affordable price of $10 per student. If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, please contact the PBC offices by phone at 503.255.3540 or email at pbconline@portlandbiblecollege.org. Read More

Many believers acknowledge the Holy Spirit as a component of faith, but perhaps not as a reality in their daily spiritual walk. Yet the Bible is clear: The Holy Spirit is a co-equal member of the Godhead/Trinity, promised by the Father to all Christians, who testifies and reminds of the testimony of Jesus and leads to a life of surrender, trust and dependency upon Him - the abundant life. Upon His earthly departure, He promised us a Helper, who would come and dwell in us to direct us. Yet many believers today, don’t fully understand or embrace the role of the Holy Spirit in their daily lives. And without the Holy Spirit working in us, with us and for us, we cannot accomplish our God-ordained purposes. The goal of this series is to inspire and equip every believer to understand and embrace the active, daily role of the Holy Spirit in every area of their lives. We will take the time necessary to learn how to experience and live daily in the Holy Spirit and give every person the opportunity to engage in the Holy Spirit in practical ways [Baptism, healing, cleansing, strengthening, etc.] Read More

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