Baxter students take a wide range of classes related to the books of the Bible and the languages of the Bible (Hebrew and Greek). The work of the preacher is the focus of homiletic, counseling, education, and ministry classes. English and computer classes are meant to aid the future minister with helpful skills. Baxter students must maintain a B average or better in order to renew their scholarships.
The level of study at Baxter matches what is offered in stateside Christian colleges, while providing the students with an education in their home language and in the context of Latin American culture. Three of Baxter’s teachers are graduates from Baxter who went on to complete master’s degrees at Abilene Christian University and Harding School of Theology.
In 2016, Baxter will be launching a pilot Marriage and Family Counseling Program, described below.
1st Quarter 2nd Quarter General Introduction to the Bible
3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Historical Books
1st Quarter 2nd Quarter Minor Prophets
Romans and Galatians
History of the Church I
Poetic and Wisdom Literature
Minor Pauline Letters
History of the Church II
3rd Quarter 4th Quarter I & II Corinthians
History of the Restoration Movement
Hebrews and General Letters
1st Quarter 2nd Quarter Advanced Introduction to the Old Testament
Old Testament Theology
Advanced Introduction to the New Testament
New Testament Theology
History of Philosophy I
Investigation Methods and Techniques
3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Biblical Interpretation
History of Philosophy II
Contemporary Theological Thought
1st Quarter 2nd Quarter PAM (Six-month Mission Apprenticeship) 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Apologetics
Systematic Theology I
Christian and Ministerial Ethics
Systematic Theology II
History of Honduras
Marriage and Family Counseling Program
Applicants must have a college degree, be Baxter graduates, or have 10 years in ministry. 8 modules, each 1 weekend a month
Children and Teenagers Therapy
Sexuality in counseling
For more information, please contact Lupe Mayo at email@example.com.