CCV Dual Enrollment Program






CCV’s dual enrollment program, here on referred to as E.D.G.E, was developed specifically with young believers in mind. The program aims to teach students a Christian World View while offering them a truly valuable education they can use in the workforce. 




Practical Bible Teaching & Communication

Course Description. J. Michael Sproule (The Heritage of Rhetorical Theory, New York: McGraw Hill, 1997), said: “Americans today seem to have only two real alternatives in coping with the challenges of the era – better speech or sullen silence.” For practical ministry, there is a third option. Of course, we want to focus on better speech, but we also want to apply that speech in the setting of communicating biblical truths. We will explore both the art and science of oral communication to help you become a better public speaker as you learn best practices and demonstrate the skills of effective oral communication. What you will learn will be applicable in ministry, academic, vocational, and social settings.


As a result, of completing this course, you will be able to:


  1. Describe the impact of missional and ministry preaching as the declarative proclamation of the Word of God.
  2. Analyze your commitment to the Scriptural truth, especially the knowledge that God desires all to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth
  3. Develop and demonstrate verbal, nonverbal, and research competencies through researching, preparing and delivering presentations relevant to your audiences
  4. Conduct meaningful research on a variety of topics, then analyze your audience and design speeches to reflect your research.
  5. Evaluate speeches based on a variety of verbal and non-verbal criteria.
  6. Demonstrate confidence to teach publicly in a variety of situations.
  7. Evaluate the scriptural dimensions and speaker responsibilities in preaching and teaching the Word of God. 


Life of Christ

Course Description. A comprehensive and chronological study of the life of Christ on earth, based on a study of a harmony of the Gospel accounts. The course focuses on a thematic and chronological view of Christ’s life and ministry, providing an interpretation of key events and discourses and their practical application. It is designed to familiarize the student thoroughly with the Lord’s ministry in order that any portion of the Gospel records may be related to the place, time, and circumstances of Christ’s life on earth.


As a result, of completing this course, you will be able to:


  1. Recall a basic outline of the life of Christ.
  2. Explain the genre of the four Gospels as history, narrative, and theology
  3. Evaluate the purpose of each Gospel and what each emphasized about the life of Christ.
  4. Discuss the development of Jesus’ teaching and ministry.
  5. Describe the purpose of the events in Jesus’ life and their impact on the people to whom He ministered.
  6. Explain the strengths and weaknesses of some of the different critical and literary approaches to the study of the four Gospels
  7. Analyze some of the modern issues and approaches concerning the life of Christ.


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