Welcome to Heartland Bible Institute

Heartland Bible Institute is a four year course of study to prepare men and women to serve the Lord Jesus Christ at the highest level.
The training is conducted by current pastors of Heartland Baptist Fellowship who have a combined 100 years in the ministry.
The courses are theological, doctrinal, and practical and ensure the student has all they need to lead ministry, plant a church or serve on the global mission field.

    Available courses

    The biblical basis for rightly dividing the Word of truth is studied in contrast to the systems of cult theology. Detailed study of the logical and biblical extension of premillennial theology into a dispensational framework and the biblical covenants concludes with a study of eschatology or the end times truth.

    A study of the methods used in the typical method of bible study to develop doctrinal truths found in the Old Testament that are a foreshadow of yet future aspects of the New Testament

    A study of the various doctrinal teachings of the Bible. Special attention is given to a study of the distinctives of the kingdom of Heave and God. Special attention will be given to the seven mysteries, baptisms, judgments, resurrections, etc. including the Seven Seven’s, the doctrinal applications of the sacrifices, the feasts; law and grace, spiritual gifts, the resurrections.

    A study (mostly verse-by-verse) of the Minor Prophets. This course covers practical and doctrinal aspects of the books of Hosea through Malachi.

    An analytical study of the book of Acts that examines the foundations and early development of Christianity. Particular attention is given to the transition from Israel to the Church and Paul's role in the dispensation of grace.

    A verse-by-verse study. The richness of this gospel provides broad doctrinal and inspirational backdrop.

    To increase the student’s comprehension of the Bachelors content of the book of Hebrews and James in order to see the relationship that exists in the ideas, concepts and theology of the book as it relates to the other New Testament books.

    A systematic study of the Book of Romans as a starting point for all Christian doctrine. Special emphasis is placed on laying a solid foundation for Christian life and ministry.

    To gain knowledge in how to creatively teach adult students

    Discipleship II picks up where Discipleship I ended. D-II is a classroom based course that delves further into doctrine, examining several key doctrines that open up the Bible in a way that many have never experienced in the past. Students find themselves immersed in rich doctrinal studies, practical ways to incorporate Bible principles into everyday life, and they develop confidence in their understanding of the Bible.

    The goal of Discipleship II is to equip you in the word of God so God can engage you in the work of God.

    A study of Christianity in the course of its development from the apostles through the end of the church age. Special emphasis is given to a biblical definition of events, persons, decisions, and developments.

    This course focuses on enriching (enhance, add beauty, improve, make more fertile, perfect, refine) marriages through solid teaching and instruction out of God's Word, as well as participation from each student.

    This course is designed to prepare students to serve as Biblical counselors to assist anyone suffering from the affects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. The course is a prerequisite to certification under the national leadership of Armed Forces Baptist Mission and the Wounded Spirits PTSD Ministry.

    In order to enroll in this course you must first complete the course Registration form. Once that is complete you will be sent a enrollment key that will allow you to enter the course.

    There is a time limit on completing course and submitting the assessment test.

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