Course formats in this bundle:
Principles of Grace and Faith, Rick McFarland
Biblical Ethics & Morals, Greg Mohr, Beth Landt, & Barry Bennett
Essential Truths of the New Testament, Arthur Meintjes
This bundle is a mix of pre-selected courses and course formats. Therefore, you may not switch to another course or change a course format.
To learn more about the Interactive and Self-Paced course formats, click here
Sample study schedule:
With an average of 6-8 hours/week of study, you can complete these three courses within the 6-week Interactive term cycle.
Weeks 1-4: Focus your study time on the lessons in your two Interactive courses
Week 5: Take the two Interactive course exams and begin your Self-Paced course lessons
Week 6: Complete your Self-Paced course lessons and take the Self-Paced course exam
Note: Your Interactive courses must be completed within the 6-week term cycle; however, your Self-Paced course may be completed shortly thereafter, if needed.
Principles of Grace and Faith
Grace is God’s part. Faith is man’s part. They are unfruitful by themselves. God’s grace is powerful, but before the power of His grace is released in someone’s life, it must be received by faith. Discover the role YOU play in God’s plan of grace.
Biblical Ethics and Morals
Study the various ethical and moral issues from a Biblical perspective that affect a Christian’s walk with God and their influence with others, including those outside the church.
Essential Truths of the New Testament
Learn how truths like healing and prosperity need to be established on the essential foundation of the Gospel in order to see them work in your life. It will not necessarily be what you believe about healing or prosperity that determines whether you will fall or stand when you’re sick or when you’re in poverty. It will most likely be what you believe about the essential and foundational truth of the Gospel, because all other truths must be founded on this truth in order to work.
Rick McFarland, Dean of Education – Charis Bible College Colorado
Rick graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1991, earning a bachelor’s in marketing, and from Rhema Bible Training College in 1993. Three years later, in Tulsa, he graduated from Grace Church’s ministry school. He stayed at Grace Church, where he was a singles’ pastor and also served on staff in other capacities. He moved to Colorado in 2011 to attend Charis Bible College with his wife, Joann. Rick is currently the dean of education at Charis Colorado, as well as an instructor and the Third-Year Ministry School coordinator.
Greg Mohr, Executive Director of Education – Charis Bible College Colorado
Greg Mohr is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training College and has a master’s degree in leadership from Southwestern Christian University. Greg served as senior pastor of River of Life Church in Decatur, Texas, for twenty-four years; was an instructor at Calvary Cathedral International Bible College in Fort Worth, Texas; and is an author and sought-after conference speaker. Greg has planted several churches and has birthed many sons and daughters in the faith who are successful in both business and ministry. The focus of his life and ministry is to help people achieve their dreams, grow in Christ-likeness, and change their world. Greg’s ministry website, gregmohr.com, has many resources including videos, blogs, and funnies from Greg.
Beth Landt, Adjunct Instructor – Charis Bible College Colorado
Beth, a 2008 Charis Bible College graduate, completed her internship in 2009 and served as the Dean of Women until 2018. Beth received a bachelor’s of science from the University of Colorado, where she subsequently worked in research for fourteen years. She is happily married to Jay, and they have a miraculous little girl. Beth believes that she has been placed on this earth to bind up the brokenhearted and set the captives free, and she is also passionate about seeing people set free to worship the Lord in spirit and in truth and to love others with His unfailing love.
Barry Bennett, Dean of Instructors – Charis Bible College Colorado
Barry has been serving the Lord since 1972 and is a graduate of Christ for the Nations Institute. He and his wife, Betty Kay, were missionaries in Mexico, Guatemala, and Chile before returning to Texas in 2001. While attending a large Spanish-speaking congregation in Carrollton, Texas, Barry became the director and principal teacher of Instituto Avance, a Bible institute for Spanish speakers. In 2007, he came to AWM and worked in the Encouragement Department. He is now the Dean of Instructors at Charis Bible College in Colorado. In 2016, Barry launched his ministry website, BarryBennet.org, where he regularly posts blogs, videos, and other helpful resources.
Arthur Meintjes, Adjunct Instructor – Charis Bible College Colorado
Arthur has traveled the world teaching the Good News (Gospel of Peace) and faith righteousness, a message of God’s unconditional love and mercy to build, repair, and restore mankind. The emphasis of the message is to show people that God is kind, good, and loving. The Gospel is the power of God unto salvation, or wholeness, in every area of life. This good news does not point out what is wrong with you; it is about what is right with you because of the finished work of the cross of Jesus Christ, in spite of what is wrong with you. Grace doesn’t give permission to sin; it empowers one to live a godly life. Arthur and his wife, Cathy, established Kingdom Life Ministries in 1992. They reside in Colorado, U.S.A.