David’s Tabernacle – (BC 301, LM 301, MIN 301, TH 301)
Welcome & Introduction
The purpose of this course is to develop a greater understanding of the disciplines of praise and worship as practiced by the writers of the Psalms. It is our goal to gain a greater comprehension of King David’s conviction of the necessity of praise and worship to activate the love and the power of the Kingdom of God in the lives of believers.
This course has a 3-credit hour value.
- David’s Tabernacle By: Matthew Lilly
- Excerpts from the Holy Bible By: Various Writers Inspired by God
Intercessory Worship By: Dick Eastman
Prison to Praise By: Merlin Carothers
From Silence to Song. By: Peter J Leithart
The Power of Praise and Worship By: Terry Law
Pioneers of His Presence By: Chris Burns
- Read the required texts.
- Take all textbook quizzes.
- Write a term paper.
- Complete Final Exam.
How does MyCBCS Online work?
MyCBCS Online is a work at your own pace online platform. Each course equates to one month. Each course begins on the first Monday of every month. All assignments, quizzes, exams and term papers are due by the 28th of every month. Once your application has been received and approved you will receive an email with your login information.
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