About Second SeriesFaith continues to grow by studying the doctrine and fundamental books of the New Testament.
Second Series Courses
01. Born to Win
None of us need to live a life of failure. Through a relationship with Jesus Christ you can be "Born to Win"! Learn how, with this course.
02. Should I be baptized?
This an excellent course to prepare the new believer for the step of baptism. "Should I be baptized?" answers concerns about the issue and presents the challenge of the Lordship of Christ.
03. Lessons for Christian Living
Here are wonderful lessons for the Christian, such as: the security of salvation; the triumph over temptation; Christian behavior; Prayer and praise, among others.
04. Guide to Christian Growth
We need God to guide our Christian lives. Here we have presented some ways by which He guides us, and some areas of our lives that He wants to control.
05. Doing Time With Jesus
Imprisoned physically or not, every believer suffers the imprisonment of habits and sins in this life. Christ wants to free us from them and to teach us, instead, to be a prisoner with Jesus.
06. Summary of the Bible
To get familiar with the whole Bible quickly and simply, this "book of all books" gives a basic summary of the message, author and content of each book of the Bible.
07. The Letters of John
In the three letters of John, the responsibilities and privileges of the believer in the heavenly family are categorically presented.
Salvation is the great doctrine of this epistle. Paul explains in detail our perdition, salvation by faith, the struggle of the believer, the sovereignty of God and other practical issues.
In five short chapters, James puts our faith to the test. He wants to know if our faith is really genuine or if it is a cheap imitation. James motivates us to live the real Christian life!
Paul's teaching on the error of legalism, which was spiritually killing the church in Galatia, is necessary for many churches today.
11. Securely Saved, and Sure of It!
Love, joy and peace are not possible if the believer is always asking himself if he is holy enough to save his soul or maintain himself saved. This course addresses this uncertainty.