King’s Biblical Institute now offers a Certificate of Leadership program. This program features six different courses on a variety of subjects including Biblical studies, theology, leadership, and world missions.

The Certificate of Leadership program is designed for everyone who is interested in going deeper in their relationship with God by learning more about the Bible. Earning the Certificate of Leadership will prepare you to have greater influence in your family, workplace, and community.

All courses are six weeks in length and are FREE.

Please read carefully and apply below.

Admissions Requirements

  • Adults as well as high school Juniors and Seniors.
  • Be a member at Church of the King.
  • Complete the four steps of the Growth Track.
  • Active member of either a Church of the King Small Group or a Dream Team Ministry

Certificate of Leadership Graduation Requirements

Core Courses

(Complete all seven)

  • Romans
  • Spirit-Empowered Life
  • Kingdom Principles
  • Evangelism
  • New Testament Introduction

Elective Courses

(Complete either track)

  • Leadership Track
    • Leadership 1
    • Leadership 2
  • Missions Track
    • Introduction to Missions
    • Perspectives in Missions

Spring Semester A

February 19 - April 13

Course descriptions (application required).

Romans

Mondays, 7:00pm-8:30pm (first class date 2/19)
Instructors: Pastor Tony LaGamba and Lee Castello

Romans is a full exegetical study of the epistle. This course will examine the major doctrines of the New Testament as explained in Romans. (6 weeks) This course is taught at the Little Creek Campus. Live streaming available to your personal computer. On-demand online access also available.

Spirit-filled Life

Tuesdays, 7:00pm-8:30pm (first class date 2/20)
Instructor: Pastor David Miller
Prerequisite: Completion of Freedom Small Group and Retreat

Spirit-Filled Life is a six-week class that builds upon the principles taught in our Freedom small group curriculum. This class will explore different ways that we can cultivate the power of the Holy Spirit in our daily lives. Topics covered will include Worship, Hearing God’s Voice, Intercession, the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, and Rest. This class will include lectures as well as opportunities to directly experience and engage with the Holy Spirit. This course is taught at the Little Creek Campus. Live streaming available to your personal computer. On-demand online access also available

Kingdom Principles

Wednesdays, 7:00pm-8:30pm (first class date 2/21)
Instructor: Pastor Sam

Kingdom Principles is a study of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount noting Jesus’ ethics and mores as well as the application of these principles in individual and corporate lives. (6 weeks) This course is taught at the Little Creek Campus. Live streaming available to your personal computer. On-demand online access also available.

Evangelism

Thursdays, 7:00pm-8:30pm (first class date 2/22)
Instructor: Pastor Sam

Evangelism guides leaders through principles for effective witnessing in the 21st century. (6 weeks) This course is taught at the Little Creek Campus. Live streaming available to your personal computer. On-demand online access also available.

Spring Semester B

April 16 - May 25

Course descriptions (application required).

New Testament Introduction

Monday, 7:00pm-8:30pm (first class date 4/16)
Instructor: Lee Castello

New Testament Introduction is an overview of the entire New Testament noting the various sections and genre. Students will see Christ as the fulfillment of the Old Testament covenants, the Incarnation of revelation, and the satisfaction of messianic hope. (6 weeks) This course is taught at the Little Creek Campus. Live streaming available to your personal computer. On-demand online access also available.

Leadership 2

Tuesdays, 7:00pm-8:30pm (first class date 4/17)
Instructor: Pastor David Miller

Leadership 2 is an ongoing discussion of leadership principles and their practical application at church and in the marketplace. (6 weeks) This course is taught at the Little Creek Campus. Live streaming available to your personal computer. On-demand online access also available.

Perspectives In Missions

Wednesdays, 7:00pm-8:30pm (first class date 4/18)
Instructor: Pastor Sam

Introduction to Missions is an in-depth study of the history from the 1st century church to the modern missions movement. Key people and events will be highlighted, as well as strategies both past and present. (6 Weeks) Only available at the Little Creek Campus.

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