Metropolitan District Congress of Christian Education

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM


MONDAY - 7:00 P.M. - Congress Musical
TUESDAY - FRIDAY - 5:00 PM - 7:20 PM - Classes
TUESDAY - FRIDAY - 7:30 PM - Worship Service

Registration Forms

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1072 - Introduction to the New Testament (Phase 1)
Sister Drena Hicks-Jones

This course will survey the New Testament. Included in this survey will be a general overview of the divisions, time periods, places, events, people, and archaeology of the New Testament.

Survey of The New Testament by Paul N Benware; ISBN: 802421245


1089 - Survey of Romans (Phase 3)
Dean Priscilla Turner

Students will engage in an overview of major issues presented in Paul's doctrinal letter to the Roman Christians. Students will come to recognize each doctrinal truth presented in the book.

Be Right (Romans) by Warren W. Wiersbe; ISBN: 97-81434768476


1112- Survey of Revelation (Phase 4)
Reverend Beverly McCutcheon

Explore the book of Revelation, with emphases on authorship, date, theme, and recipients. Discuss the prophetic themes, symbols, and interpretations of various revelations.

Revelation: Everyman's Bible by Charles Ryrie; ISBN: 97-0802471086


2007- Christian Stewardship (Phase 2)
Deacon Joyce Martin-Hutcherson

Cover the basic tenets of Christian stewardship - time, talent, and tithe. Students will begin to understand how to effectively manage their resourced through a better understanding of the spiritual principles, practices, and contributions of Christian stewardship.

Giving to God: The Bible's Good News by Mark A. Powell; ISBN: 97-80802829269


2097 - Rethinking Christian Education Teacher ReCertification
Dr. Kimberly Elyse

Examine the current trends, methodologies, and practices in Christian education to determine their validity and alliance with the Scriptures.

Why Nobody Learns Much of Anything at Church Anymore by Thom and Joani Schultz; ISBN: 978-0764426971


7005- Christian Evangelism (Phase 3)
Reverend Miller Adams

This Course will teach the basic steps in developing a program of evangelism. Discover the appropriate Scriptures to use, and the methods, techniques and media best suited for witnessing to nonbelievers.

Conversational Evangelism by David & Norman Geisler; ISBN: 978-0736950831


7024 - Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts (Phase 2)
Reverend Ronald C. Burks

This Course will help students to understand who God has uniquely made them to be. Students will work through a spiritual gift assessment that will help them to discover their spiritual gift(s). Discovering their spiritual gift(s) will prepare them to move into a meaningful area of service where they best fit into the body of Christ.

Stir Up The Gifts by George O. McCalep, Jr.; ISBN: 978-0736950831


8066- Packing Heat - Should I Own A Handgun? (Phase 4)
Sister Crystal Knox

Students will receive credit for Christianity and Contemporary Issues. This Course will challenge the students to identify and confront contemporary issues. Students will look at issues that affect the church, home, and community. Think through practical solutions and approaches to immediate and emerging social and ecclesiological concerns.

The Present, The Future: Six Tough Questions For The Church by Reggie McNeal; ISBN: 978-0470453155


9004- Writing Techniques I (Phase 2)
Reverend Valerie Crump

This Course will focus on the Certificate of Progress Program writing requirements for Phase 2. Emphasis will be placed on the development of the skills necessary to complete the writing assignments. Skills that will be mastered range from the development of paragraphs/ topic sentences to thesis-driven essays.

The Elements of Style (Classic Edition-2017) by William Strunk Jr. & Richard De A'Morelli; ISBN: 978-1988236513


WS - CPR/First Aid/ AED
American Heart Association

This course is designed to teach participants how to recognize and respond to common medical emergencies. The Adult, Child and Infant CPR and First Aid Certification class educates students on treating emergency situations through CPR and the use of AED. Following completion of this program, individuals will earn certification in CPR/AED Adult for two years and first aid for three years. Participants must be at least 16 years old to participate. Each student must pay the fee of $35 at Registration.

No book for this course


WS - Women's Ministry: Strengthening the Bonds of Sisterhood
Sister Deborah Daniels

This Workshop is designated for Women ages 18 and above. This Workshop will help Women know who God is; know who they are, and accept their 'Sisters' as they are. Among other aspects of the course, Women will redefine their purpose and understand how to utilize their God-given power.

No book for this course


WS - Men's Ministry: Men of Excellence on Every Level
Reverend Mark Gray

This Workshop is designated for Men ages 18 and above. This workshop is designed to ignite the inner man that he will begin to live up to his original call of being made in the image and likeness of GOD, as recorded in Psalms 8:3-5.

No book for this course


WS - Youth Ministry
Sister Madlyne Dansby, Youth Directress

The Youth Ministry is for Youth ages 13 - 17. The Youth will learn how to increase their faith, understand that they have a place in the Ministry of the Church, and the importance of having Jesus Christ in their lives. They will also prepare for the Children & Youth Night Celebration on Friday, April 28th.

No book for this course


WS - Children's Ministry
Sister Stephaine Williams, Children's Directress

The Children's Ministry is for Children ages 12 and under. The Children will learn how to increase their faith, understand that they have a place in the Ministry of the Church, and the importance of having Jesus Christ in their lives. They will also prepare for the Children & Youth Night on Friday, April 28th.

No book for this course


Registration Forms

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Event Location

Corinthian Baptist Church • 1725 Caniff • Hamtramck, MI 48212 • US
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