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Matt Smith November 8, 2011 Announcements

We recommend that everyone take the Foundations class to learn or review the foundations of the faith. Leadership and Seminars classes are about 10 hours each or less, and are designed for training in your local body. These are all available at no charge, but we do not offer reflection questions, quizzes or certificates based on these classes.

Biblical Training Institute classes are recordings of actual seminary level classes and provide in-depth instruction. These are available at no charge, but we do not offer credits or a degree.

Certificates classes are ten hours or less, and designed to provide introductory information appropriate for lay instruction. Each certificate has two or more classes. We have developed reflection questions and multiple-choice quizzes for each class. The reflection questions are for use in small group interaction under the leadership of a mentor of your choosing. You may earn a certificate through BiblicalTraining by registering for the certificate and passing the quizzes. There is a nominal charge to enroll in a certificate class to help us cover some of the cost of developing and updating the material, and providing the certificates. Some certificates qualify for CEU credits that satisfy ACSI requirements, but cannot be applied for college or seminary credit. We hope these will be valuable resources for you and your church.

Matt Smith April 18, 2013 Announcements

Ed Taylor August 10, 2014 Community Help

Unfortunately, we are not able to respond to each question we receive about specific theology or translation topics. However, Dr. Mounce often uses these types of questions as the basis for his weekly blog, Mondays with Mounce. You may view the current week's blog and blogs from past weeks at www.billmounce.com.