THEOLOGY OF THE KINGDOM (BT210)
THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH
This is a biblical and theological study of the kingdom of God with an emphasis on how this prominent scriptural theme relates to today's church and its mission.
► Define clearly the biblical kingdom of God.
► Document abundantly how the theme of the kingdom relates to the life and mission of the church in the earth today.
► Encourage God's people to release their faith to witness the victory of God's kingdom through history and eternity.
This course is worth four quarter units of credit in the degree programs of Embassy College.
A graduate of Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois and Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Kansas, Jim has founded and led churches in Kansas, West Virginia, and Texas. For eleven years, he was professor of New Testament Studies at Christ For the Nations Bible Institute in Dallas, Texas. For several years, he also served as Missions Director at Christ For the Nations which was founded by Gordon and Freda Lindsay.
Having ministered in over 40 nations, Jim serves the Body of Christ as a teaching apostle with a passion to see a mature Church and a victorious Kingdom of God in the earth. He resides in the Dallas area with his wife Jean.