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Grace Institute offers Evangelical Training Association (ETA) courses in Bible and doctrine, church ministry skills, leadership skills, and outreach skills. At each step you be rewarded a certificate of your accomplishment. One course equals a minimum of (10) instructional hours to earn one credit. These courses represent a core curriculum, essential to everyone.

 
 

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Registration for the 2019 Fall semester is now available. The semester begins September 3rd.

  • Preaching Lab

  • Beyond Reasonable Doubt

  • Christian Ethics

  • Truth About Worldviews

Evangelical Training Association Standard Ministries Certificate Graduates 2019

Evangelical Training Association Standard Ministries Certificate Graduates 2019

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2019 Fall Semester Courses - Begins Sept. 3rd & 5th

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Preaching Lab

Tuesdays 5:30-6:30p.m.
Rev. Allen M. Ford


This course is designed to enhance the preaching and teaching skills of the serious student of Biblical Preaching, through practical and personal interaction in a live constructive setting. Experienced preachers will be consulted throughout the course.


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Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Tuesdays 6:45-7:45p.m.
Instructor - Rev. Art Hall


Aside from personal faith in God, is there any evidence to substantiate the claims of Christianity? You be the judge! This text is an introduction to the study of apologetics. It will take you step-by-step through the well-documented evidence.


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Christian Ethics

Thursdays 5:30-6:30p.m.
Instructor - Dea. Jonathan Martin


A Christian approach to complex ethical topics in the postmodern era challenges us to identify how we relate to culture. As a church historian Eckman argues that Christians, who hold to a set of ethical absolutes, have related to their culture in one of three ways: separation, accommodation, or transformation. This course explores a synthesis of all three, viewed through the lens of Scripture, to formulate a strategy for today. Critical ethical questions on abortion, euthanasia, bioethics, human sexuality, politics, war, capital punishment, work, race, the arts, and the environment are threads that weave the moral fabric to which believers must come to terms.


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Truth About Worldviews

Thursday 6:45-7:45p.m.
Instructor - Rev. Dewayne Thomas


In a world where multiple "truths" abound, Christians need to be on their guard to avoid being deceived by other ways of looking at the world that directly oppose Christ and His Word. To be prepared, they must be well informed of these other worldviews and how they differ from Christianity. In this Biblical Essentials study, Dr. Eckman analyzes the main world religions, cults, and philosophical systems as worldviews. He asserts that genuine, biblical Christianity is the only worldview that answers every question relating to spirituality, morality, and the meaning of life.