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Christian Education I

Christian Education I

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Non- Accredited Course Course Name: Christian Education I The Blood, Prayer and Fasting, The Kingdom, Strongman

/Stronghold, Kairos/ Chronos, The Value of a Mystery, The Four Watches, Angels
Registration $25.00 Tuition: $150.00

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This course is an outline of the proper way to pray and fast according to the word of God. Students will learn that prayer and fasting is the lifestyle of the believer. God’s window of opportunity is being revealed through Kairos, in order to understand the times. Recognizing the timing of God is essential in this hour. Knowing the power of the blood of Jesus and how to apply the blood gives people access into the Kingdom, and the authority of the word of God brings manifestation in our lives. Students will learn the methods of aggressive prayer, through the word of God, and will be better equipped as God’s representatives in the Earth. Mark 13:35 reminds us to watch in the evening, midnight, at the crowing of the rooster lest the “suddenly” comes and finds you sleeping. II. Course Prerequisites There are no academic prerequisites for this course. Enrollment is open to any registered student. Course Objectives A. Understanding the seasons of God’s timing as it pertains to Kairos and Chronos B. Recognizing the heart of God through Fasting and Prayer C. To know the Four Watches and how to pray precision prayers IV. Required Materials Students must obtain and read, listen to or view (as appropriate) all required materials. Book Report / Book Review must be completed according to the format indicated below. A. Understanding the Purpose and Power of Prayer, Myles Munroe, Ph.D. ISBN#0-88368-442-X. V. Course Requirements A. Reading requirement – 1 textbook or workbook B. One page summary or overview of text 1. Provide overview of the main theme of the text and the author’s approach. 2. Provide your own critique by highlighting the strengths & weaknesses of text. 3. Provide a personal application. How did the text personally apply to your life? 4. Provide one quote that interested you and why? (Provide page number and be sure to use quotation marks).

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The value representing your grade. Excellent work overall.0 . especially in regard to form. comprehensive knowledge and understanding needs to be upgraded. little conformity to professor’s expectations. Superior work in all areas as indicated in the professor’s written expectations. Fair work in most areas: serious disregard for academic level expectations or standard writing and style procedures. Marginal work. but may be lacking in relation to some aspect of the professor’s expectations.6 2. especially in regard to form. Passing work. Good work in most areas. content and academic level expectations.0 Quality Points 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Rationale & Meaning of Grade Outstanding academic achievement in all areas.0 1. comprehensive knowledge and understanding is not proven. comprehensive knowledge and understanding is weak. Grading Scale Grade A+ A AB+ B BC+ C CD+ D DF I NC P V WF WP X XF Score Range 100% 93-99% 90-92% 87-89% 83-86% 80-82% 77-79% 73-76% 70-72% 67-69% 63-67% 60-62% <60% Grade Point Average (GPA) 4. Non-transferable. creativity and writing. The percentage value of completed work. Good content. requires repeat of the course and meeting with the professor and advisor.9 3. Good work in most areas. Attention to detail may have significantly improved the project.3 1. Non-transferable. Attention to written instructions may have significantly improved the project. Excellent content in writing assignments. minor deficiency in relation to the academic level expectations regarding content. Failing. standard writing style or procedures. below professional quality standards. E. not academic level quality work. standard writing style or procedures. Non-transferrable. minimum of knowledge and understanding of subject matter. limited perception and/or originality.8 3.0 3.6 1. but in serious need of improvement in many areas.0 2. calculated by dividing your quality points by credit hours. Passing work. minor deficiency in relation to academic level expectations regarding content. participation.3 2. Exemplary performance.C. content and academic level expectations. Final exam provided by Faculty. .7 0. Incomplete No semester hour credit Passing (not in GPA total) Audit (no semester hour credit) Withdrawal Failing Withdrawal Passing Course dropped without penalty Course dropped with penalty Grade: Score Range: GPA: Quality Point: The value of the completed work. but in serious need of improvement in many areas. but lacking in some areas (see professor’s comments on course work).3 3. Class attendance D. The value associated with a letter grade per credit hour.

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