RED SEE Bible Institute
Live Video Recording Sessions!!!
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"The RED SEE Bible Institute exists to Equip the Body of Christ to confidently engage the world with the whole counsel of God’s Word"
The Institute was created to provide an introduction to key Bible doctrines and concepts that are essential to the Body of Christ for effective discipleship and engaging the world with the truth of God’s Word. The classes will provide a strong foundation for new believers on which to build their faith, as well as repair, renew, and refresh the faith of seasoned believers. Three classes (Evangelism and Apologetics, The Christian and Culture, and The Christian Family) will be offered every semester. The remaining classes are offered over three years, with each class meeting only once a week for twelve weeks. It is recommended that students take only one course at a time in order to maximize effective learning and will rarely need to attend more than once per week. Students may take more than one class, if it is available, with special approval. A student who completes all course work for a single class will receive a certificate authorizing them to teach that class in a mission training setting anywhere in the world as an ambassador of the RED SEE Ministries Bible Institute. Classes will be offered online as well as in person for a suggested donation of $50 per class. If a student cannot afford to make the full donation, they are welcome to attend as long as God provides to keep the Institute up and running. For more info, to register for a class, or to sponsor a student, complete the registration form on this page.
Register here for the live summer recording sessions! We will be teaching all 12 lessons in "The Genesis Class" and all 12 lessons in "Evangelism and Apologetics." Come for any or all of the sessions and keep this endeavor in your prayers!
The Genesis Class - Foundations for Beleivers
This class will introduce foundational doctrines that are essential to the Body of Christ for effective discipleship. Salvation, God, The Bible, The Christian’s Two Natures, Heaven and Hell, The Church, Prayer, Ordinances, Stewardship, Evangelism, and The End Times are included.
The Doctrine of God
This class will examine the evidence for God, the uniqueness of His character, his attributes, and his existence as a Trinity. Attention will be given to the roles of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit in Scripture and how that applies to the world.
Old Testament Survey
This class will provide a panoramic view of the Old Testament, focusing on key characters and events that are foundational to understanding the New Testament, as well as its continued relevance to the Church today.
The Doctrine of the Church
This class will cover the definition of a biblical church, the purpose of the church, roles within the church, and the nature and function of church governments and denominations.
How to Study and Teach the Bible
This class will provide an overview of the inductive Bible study method to be used in both personal and group study settings. An emphasis will be placed on learning for the purpose of teaching others.
Evangelism and Apologetics
This class explores the role of believers as salt of the earth and the light of the world. Students will learn how to properly interact with and love people without loving the world or compromising the truth.
The Doctrine of Salvation
This class will focus on the relationship between salvation and holiness in the life of a believer. It will address all aspects of Biblical Salvation, including what it is, where it comes from, and why it is needed.
The Inspiration and Authority of Scripture
This class will examine the origins of the Bible, its claims and its implications, as well as its uniqueness among other religious works. Students will learn why the Bible is the only source of direction and meaning for humanity and why it must be applied to all of our life choices.
New Testament Survey
This class will provide a panoramic view of the New Testament, focusing on how if fulfills the promises and plans of God revealed in the Old Testament, as well as its role in explaining the grace that is necessary for Christian living.
The Christian Family
This class will look at the biblical origins, definition, and meaning of family as found in Scripture. Human sexuality and current world events will be addressed along with the implications of church failure in this area.
This class offers an intense and in depth study of the biblical concept of what it means to be a disciple. Students will develop a plan for discipleship in their personal life that is suited to their gifts and talents.
The Christian and Culture
This class will explore key historical cultural issues, as well as new ones, in light of Scripture. Students will learn how to appreciate the differences that God has made without appreciating sin.