Congregational Ministry Track
Public proclamation has always been at the heart of BBC’S training. each student at BBC takes the “Introduction to Homiletics” course, and apologetic which is a study of the principles and practices of preaching, and includes a survey of the minister and his personal life. Each term students take a preaching lab to assist them in the development of preaching.
These include the following:
Effective Teaching I & II
Preaching from the Old Testament
Preaching from the Epistles
Special Events Preaching
Emphasis in Congregational Ministry
The purpose of the emphasis in congregational ministry is to prepare men to preach and minister effectively in an established church.
Skills for Congregational Ministry
Public Proclamation of the Word of God
Personal Evangelism and Church Growth
Ministry and Equipping the Church for Ministry
Developing the Minister’s Spiritual Life
An advanced course in the study and preparation of sermons with a deeper study of the various types of sermons. The course is designed to equip the student to preach more creatively and effectively. Major emphases include enhancing communication skills and increasing organizational strategies.
The basic objective of this course is to study the tri-dimensional patterns found in healthy, dynamic, and growing congregations of the Lord's people (quantitative growth, qualitative growth, and structural growth).
In this course we propose to assess the areas of needed leadership development within a congregation and contribute positively to leadership growth in the brotherhood. Objectives are to help each student visualize his or her own leadership potential, to construct a profile of what the Bible pictures as a strong spiritual church leader, and to promote a better understanding of God's leadership plan for the church.
This course examines the special work of a minister in a local church setting. Major areas of emphasis include the minister's work, his interpersonal relationships, his spiritual life, and dealing with ministry struggles