About Third SeriesStudying our relationships as believers and more books of the Bible will transform how we live our Christian faith in the church and in this world.
Third Series Courses
01. Can You Know God?
Yes! In a simple way, this course explains the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith, which will be very convincing for the non-believer and a great help for those who are new to the faith.
02. God's Word is Truth
Know the evidence of the inspiration and authority of the Bible, the answers to the alleged difficulties, and other evidence that "Go' Word is truth."
Follow the exciting story of the expansion of the Gospel as written by Luke and the formation of the Church from Jerusalem to Judea, to Samaria, and to the ends of the known world.
04. Buried by Baptism
Christian baptism is the focus of this doctrinal course. Also, it deals in detail with the false teachings and practices associated with baptism in the churches today.
05. The Lord's Supper
The Lor' Supper - only bread and only wine! With these simple and common things, the Lord Jesus asked us to remember Him in His death and resurrection for many practical reasons. Here they are explained.
06. Christ Loved The Church
This course defines the Chrurch with its deep truths and explains life in the Church as the body of the Head, Jesus Christ.
07. Timothy and Titus
These letters from Paul address the issue of pastoral care for the individual believer as well as the local body, including the government of the local church.
08. The Woman Who Please God
God has a special plan and purpose for women. Topics such as the virtues, behavior, relationships, ministry and spiritual gifts of women are discussed.
09. First Corinthians
We are saved, but we still sin. Paul teaches us how to deal with sin and problems in the local church to successfully fulfill the mission of the Church in the world.
10. God's Blueprint For Your Marriage
Explains the roles of husband and wife, commitment, intimacy, education and discipline of children, communication in the family, conflict resolution and other issues.
11. Second Corinthians
This epistle gives us a more personal view of Paul, the problems in his ministry, the defense of his apostleship and his concern for the believers in Corinth.