Water of Life College offers a 2-year Biblical Studies program where students take college-level courses and become equipped to effectively minister inside and outside the church.

BIBL 101 – Introduction to Biblical Literature (3 Credits)
Professor: Nathan Womack, Ph.D., M.A., M.B.S.
Dates: Mondays from August 26 – December 9
Times: 7:00p – 10:00p
Location: East Ave, Building C, Seminar E&F


This course provides a broad overview of the Old and New Testaments. Students learn about how the narrative of God’s kingdom relates to the redemption of all Creation. The course introduces students to the different genres of Biblical literature and the major sections of the Bible. Students also engage in spiritual formation exercises that connect with the course materials.

THEO 201 – Theology I (3 Credits)

Professor – Rolo Santos, D.Min.
Dates: Thursdays from August 29 – December 12
Location: East Ave, Building C, Seminar J


This course is an introduction to the Church’s teachings on God and the written revelation of Scripture, emphasizing the inspiration, trustworthiness and power of written revelation as well as the person of God. Our goal is that students will be challenged through this course to develop a personal understanding of their beliefs within the historical, evangelical, and Charismatic tradition of the Church. The course focuses on Prolegomena, Doctrine of God, and Anthropology

MIN 102 – Discipleship & Spiritual Formation (3 Credits)
Professor – JoAnne Flynn, M.A., M.A.
Dates: Wednesdays from August 28 – December 11
East Ave, Building C, Seminar I

This course explores the biblical principles that Christ employed in training His disciples. Students are equipped to develop Christ-like character and personal discipleship. This course provides an introduction to spiritual direction as an art and discipline for spiritual growth and mentoring others; group participation is required of students.

BIBL 102 – Pentateuch

Professor – Nathan Womack, Ph.D., M.A., M.B.S.
Dates : Modular 5 week intensive – Saturdays September 14 – October 12
Times: 8:00a – 5:00p
Location: East Ave, Building C, Seminar J


Examines the Pentateuch, also known as the Torah, in the Old Testament. Students will learn about the narratives presented in the first five books of the Bible as well as how the narratives communicate theological concepts. Students also learn about the development and composition of the Pentateuch. This course examines the first five books of the Old Testament, known as the Pentateuch. Students will learn about correlation between the narratives presented and how they communicate the theological concepts we know today. Students also learn about the development and composition of the Pentateuch.

FIRST DAY OF CLASSES – January 9, 2019

LAST DAY TO ADD COURSE – January 21, 2019

LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW – February 6, 2019

FINAL EXAMS – April 24-25, 2019

For more info, contact Nate Womack

909-463-0103 x4150