Classes Offered at HBC

Core Classes (shaded)
Tuesdays/Rotates every 4 years
Elective Classes (white)
Thursdays/Rotates every 6 years
An overview of the system of historical progression, as revealed in the Bible. Dispensationalism considers biblical history as divided by God into defined ages.
In a continued study of English, principles that will aide in communication will be taught. The curriculum taught in English I will be expounded upon and the principles implemented will be further expressed.
Take a look into the life and Ministry of one of the most unique of Gods prophets. This class will look at the historical, prophetic, and practical applications of the Book of Ezekiel.
A thorough study of gifts given to the church and their proper place and use, as well as how they relate to our service for God.
A deeper look into the principles expressed in Dispensational Truth I. Each student will finish this class with an understanding of the structure of God’s distinctive principles of Administration throughout the ages.
A great class for those who feel the call of God on their life to Missions. This class will provide the student with training on Etiquette, Methods, and ideas on how to effectively work with Pastors, Mission Boards, and fellow missionaries to help them on Deputation, as well as in the field.
An exciting and comprehensive study of the seventh Book of the Bible, Judges. Study the dark days of Israel’s history and how God raised up men and women of Great Faith.
Dive into Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. Here the Christian will uncover the great riches of the relationship between Christ and the Church of the Living God.
Take an exciting look into the nature and Doctrine of God. Theology in this class will be a systematic study of Theology.
This study contains an overview of Genesis to Malachi. It will include information on the Pentateuch, the historical, poetic, and prophetic books of the old testament.
Discover the sixty-six chapters given to the prophet Isaiah. This study will look at the historical, prophetic, and practical applications of the book of Isaiah.
This study will examine the foundations and principles of the Christian home. Practical Christianity begins in the home.
From their Past Selection, Present Suspension, and Prospective Salvation, study the timeline of testing, tragedy, and triumph of God’s chosen people, the Jews. From their rich history to their glorious future this thrilling study is sure to be of an interest to every Bible student.
Christian Counseling is Pastoral or Biblical Counseling that draws from both Psychology and Bible Principles. In this class the student will examine the practice of counseling through the lens of the Bible.
The book of Philippians is a powerful epistle of encouragement written by the Apostle Paul from within the cold walls of a prison cell. Paul teaches us how to endure suffering and rejoice in every Circumstance. The book of Philippians is sure to be an exciting, and encouraging study of God’s word.
In this study of the first book of the Bible, we will examine the creation story, and look at the life of the Patriarchs. From Adam to Joseph, Genesis gives us the account of how we got here, and where we are headed.
It is the purpose of this class to uncover the customs, practices and meanings of information in our Bible. To know the common practices of the day will give the Bible student a better understanding of the meaning and intention of social practices in ancient times and will often create a better picture of events and information gathered in the Word of God.
God wants us to be good stewards of what he has blessed us with. In this class we will examine the teachings of the bible concerning tithing, offerings, and also the personal finances of the individual, as well as, dealing with finances within the Church.
The Book of Jonah tells us the story of How the Prophet Jonah refused to follow the Lord. Let us examine how through supernatural events God convinced Jonah to obey and perform God’s will. There are many types and shadows within the pages of this age-old story.
Take an in depth look at the Parables given in the Word of God. From the old testament to the new, God has used earthly stories to convey a heavenly message. This class aims to uncover the proper interpretation and personal application of the Parables.
In this class the student will study the principles and methods of making speeches in public. The student will gain the knowledge to effectively communicate with his or her respective audience.
An in depth study of Gods divine blueprint given to Moses. Every aspect of its design and function points us to Jesus Christ. Come examine the Tabernacle from the Door to The Holy of Holies, this study is sure to be informative and inspiring.
A comprehensive study in The Book of James dealing with the Practical side of Christianity. Trials, the tongue, living Faith, and worldliness are Just a few that will be examined in this study. The student will be able to take these truths and effectively put into practice what the Bible has to say.
An in depth study of the life of Job examining his trials, inner turmoil, testimony, and triumph. We will also evaluate the individuals surrounding his life such as Satan, his wife, his friends, and his Creator.

An overview of the foundational and cardinal doctrines of the word of God.
Have you ever wondered what sets the Baptist people apart from Protestantism or other religions? Baptist Distinctives provides an in depth doctrinal look at how the Bible makes us Baptist.
Leviticus was written by Moses to express the infinite Holiness of God. Come along as we examine the ceremonies and celebrations of the Book of Leviticus.
A comprehensive study of Paul’s letter to the Corinthians. Paul writes this letter to correct error and divisions within the church.
A comprehensive study on the art of preaching, as well as, training on sermon preparation, the use of illustrations, and the application of the scripture in preaching. This class will also deal with the disposition and dress of the preacher in the pulpit.
An examination of the theory, science, and methodology of the interpretation of the scripture. Uncover the laws and principles that help build a solid understanding of the Bible.
A study of a biblical approach to soul winning. In this class the student will be familiarized with the principles, methods, and execution of personal evangelism.
A continued study of Paul’s letter to the Corinthians.
Have you ever wondered how we got our Bible? Come along as we examine the history of the King James Bible and the sacrifice of individuals like John Wycliffe, Johann Gutenberg, and William Tyndale to give us a copy of the Word of God.
An exciting overview of the twelve Hebrew prophets from Hosea to Malachi.
These wonderful epistles teach us about Fellowship with Christ as well as conduct within the church. The student will be taught an overview of these three short but thrilling epistles.
The summation and completion of the study of Paul’s letter to the Corinthian church.
In Johns apocalyptic epistle, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, we will take a look at the culmination of Bible prophecy. the Focus here will be the opening of John’s letter to the seven churches and how the content applies to the Christian today. The student will have a proper understanding of Bible Eschatology in the study of The Revelation.
A study of clear and concise expression of thought in the English language. Here the student will be familiarized with the principles and methods of punctuation, sentence structure, and parts of speech.
In the Book of Acts the early church is endued with power and begins to preach the Gospel, during this transitional time, many signs and wonders are manifested to believers and unbelievers alike. In this class, the student will be given a proper working knowledge of the context of many scriptures which often can be the basis for false doctrine.
An expository and comprehensive study of the Hebrew Songbook. I has been said that every emotion that man is capable of has been expressed in the Psalms. From darkness to delight, God has given us a book that will lead us to worship Him.
As the student continues their studies in Revelation, they will uncover the role of the church and the Jewish people in relation to the great Tribulation, and the judgments pronounced upon this world in the last days.
Daniel was a man God used as an ambassador of holiness while in a foreign land. Come study Daniels life during the Babylonian Captivity. In this class the student will discover the Historical, Prophetic, and Practical applications this wonderful book has to offer.
In the letter to the Hebrews, early Jewish Christians are faced with the temptation of returning to the ordinances and sacrifices of the Law. In our study of this book we will see how Christ is a better Sacrifice! See how the Jewish Christians were encouraged to Go further and get grounded in their walk with our Great High Priest, Jesus Christ.
A continued study of the Book of Psalms, the student will discover the experiences of the Psalmists and how through triumph, adversity, sorrow, and happiness, the experiences of Life lead us to Lean on The Lord.
In Revelation III Jesus Christ Returns in power and Glory to Establish His Kingdom, judge the wicked and the dead, and usher in the eternal state where those saved by Grace will inter into the bliss and joy of Heaven.
Take a walk through the twenty-seven books of the New Testament. From the Gospels to the Revelation, see how the Gospel spread from twelve men selected by Jesus Himself, to around the world. In this study, the student will gain a working knowledge of the New Testament.
As long as churches have people, churches will have problems. How a pastor or Christian responds to conflict can often be the deciding factor between shipwreck or salvage. In this class the student will be exposed to a wealth of wisdom and experience when it comes to conflict within the church.
In Psalm III the student will have a well-developed understanding of the Psalms. As the study of Psalms reaches its end, the goal and intention is made clear, God is worthy to be praised.

An overview of the system of historical progression, as revealed in the Bible. Dispensationalism considers biblical history as divided by God into defined ages.
In a continued study of English, principles that will aide in communication will be taught. The curriculum taught in English I will be expounded upon and the principles implemented will be further expressed.
This class takes a Biblical approach to understand the ministry and application of music in worship.
Have you ever wondered what sets Baptist People apart from Protestantism and the Catholic church? Take an exciting and in depth look into Baptist History and trace our roots from the early church to present day.
A deeper look into the principles expressed in Dispensational Truth I. Each student will finish this class with an understanding of the structure of God’s distinctive principles of Administration throughout the ages.
A great class for those who feel the call of God on their life to Missions. This class will provide the student with training on Etiquette, Methods, and ideas on how to effectively work with Pastors, Mission Boards, and fellow missionaries to help them on Deputation, as well as in the field.
This class will provide an examination of the human psyche and how it relates to Christianity, as well as the foundation to Christian counseling.
If there ever was a man who knew the faithfulness of God, it was Joseph. This study of the life of Joseph provides an overview of the life of one of the greatest types of Christ in the Bible.
Take an exciting look into the nature and Doctrine of God. Theology in this class will be a systematic study of Theology.
This study contains an overview of Genesis to Malachi. It will include information on the Pentateuch, the historical, poetic, and prophetic books of the Old Testament.
In this class the student will be given an understanding of the False Doctrine, Methods, and practices of some of the world’s leading cults. The student will also be given a defense of their own faith while uncovering the loop-holes in many of the religious groups of today.
A comprehensive study from the book of Proverbs. Take a look into the wisdom from the life of Solomon.
From their Past Selection, Present Suspension, and Prospective Salvation, study the timeline of testing, tragedy, and triumph of God’s chosen people, the Jews. From their rich history to their glorious future this thrilling study is sure to be of an interest to every Bible student.
Christian Counseling is Pastoral or Biblical Counseling that draws from both Psychology and Bible Principles. In this class the student will examine the practice of counseling through the lens of the Bible.
The book of Romans has been described as the “Gospel of Salvation”. In this class the student will study an expository look at Paul’s letter to the Romans.
Uncover the Birth, Boyhood, and the Business in the Early Life and Ministry of The Lord Jesus Christ.
It is the purpose of this class to uncover the customs, practices and meanings of information in our Bible. To know the common practices of the day will give the Bible student a better understanding of the meaning and intention of social practices in ancient times and will often create a better picture of events and information gathered in the Word of God.
God wants us to be good stewards of what he has blessed us with. In this class we will examine the teachings of the bible concerning tithing, offerings, and also the personal finances of the individual, as well as, dealing with finances within the Church.
A continued study of Paul’s letter to the Romans.
Jesus Christ has now begun His Earthly Ministry, follow in His footsteps as he calls the twelve, performs Miracles, and faces the opposition of the Pharisees and Sadducees.
In this class the student will study the principles and methods of making speeches in public. The student will gain the knowledge to effectively communicate with his or her respective audience.
An in depth study of Gods divine blueprint given to Moses. Every aspect of its design and function points us to Jesus Christ. Come examine the Tabernacle from the Door to The Holy of Holies, this study is sure to be informative and inspiring.
Everything rises and falls on leadership. In Church Administration the student will examine processes, methods, and ideas that will help those in Christian service to organize and implement leadership roles, goals, and responsibilities within the church.
Everything has now come to this point, as the study of the Life of Christ is Finalized, we uncover the truths surrounding His death, burial, resurrection, and ascension.

An overview of the foundational and cardinal doctrines of the word of God.
Have you ever wondered what sets the Baptist people apart from Protestantism or other religions? Baptist Distinctives provides an in depth doctrinal look at how the Bible makes us Baptist.
This class takes a biblical approach to understand the ministry and application of music in worship.
Have you ever wondered what sets Baptist People apart from Protestantism and the Catholic church? Take an exciting and in depth look into Baptist History and trace our roots from the early church to present day.
A comprehensive study on the art of preaching, as well as, training on sermon preparation, the use of illustrations, and the application of the scripture in preaching. This class will also deal with the disposition and dress of the preacher in the pulpit.
An examination of the theory, science, and methodology of the interpretation of the scripture. Uncover the laws and principles that help build a solid understanding of the Bible.
This class will provide an examination of the human psyche and how it relates to Christianity, as well as the foundation to Christian counseling.
If there ever was a man who knew the faithfulness of God, it was Joseph. This study of the life of Joseph provides an overview of the life of one of the greatest types of Christ in the Bible.
Have you ever wondered how we got our Bible? Come along as we examine the history of the King James Bible and the sacrifice of individuals like John Wycliffe, Johann Gutenberg, and William Tyndale to give us a copy of the Word of God.
An exciting overview of the twelve Hebrew prophets from Hosea to Malachi.
In this class the student will be given an understanding of the False Doctrine, Methods, and practices of some of the world’s leading cults. The student will also be given a defense of their own faith while uncovering the loop-holes in many of the religious groups of today.
A comprehensive study from the book of Proverbs. Take a look into the wisdom from the life of Solomon.
In Johns apocalyptic epistle, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, we will take a look at the culmination of Bible prophecy. the Focus here will be the opening of John’s letter to the seven churches and how the content applies to the Christian today. The student will have a proper understanding of Bible Eschatology in the study of The Revelation.
A study of clear and concise expression of thought in the English language. Here the student will be familiarized with the principles and methods of punctuation, sentence structure, and parts of speech.
The book of Romans has been described as the “Gospel of Salvation”. In this class the student will study an expository look at Paul’s letter to the Romans.
Uncover the Birth, Boyhood, and the Business in the Early Life and Ministry of The Lord Jesus Christ.
As the student continues their studies in Revelation, they will uncover the role of the church and the Jewish people in relation to the great Tribulation, and the judgments pronounced upon this world in the last days.
Daniel was a man God used as an ambassador of holiness while in a foreign land. Come study Daniels life during the Babylonian Captivity. In this class the student will discover the Historical, Prophetic, and Practical applications this wonderful book has to offer.
A continued study of Paul’s letter to the Romans.
Jesus Christ has now begun His Earthly Ministry, follow in His footsteps as he calls the twelve, performs Miracles, and faces the opposition of the Pharisees and Sadducees.
In Revelation III Jesus Christ Returns in power and Glory to Establish His Kingdom, judge the wicked and the dead, and usher in the eternal state where those saved by Grace will inter into the bliss and joy of Heaven.
Take a walk through the twenty-seven books of the new testament. From the Gospels to the Revelation, see how the Gospel spread from twelve men selected by Jesus Himself, to around the world. In this study, the student will gain a working knowledge of the New Testament.
Everything rises and falls on leadership. In Church Administration the student will examine processes, methods, and ideas that will help those in Christian service to organize and implement leadership roles, goals, and responsibilities within the church.
Everything has now come to this point, as the study of the Life of Christ is finalized, we uncover the truths surrounding His death, burial, resurrection, and ascension.