Academic instruction at The Foundry is built upon the Five-Fold Ministry gifts found in Ephesians.
Now these are the gifts Christ gave to the church: the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, and the pastors and teachers. Their responsibility is to equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ. This will continue until we all come to such unity in our faith and knowledge of God’s Son that we will be mature in the Lord, measuring up to the full and complete standard of Christ.
Ephesians 4:11-13 NLT
10:00am – 12:00pm
*encouraged but not required
12:30pm – 3:00pm
*not every week, dates tba
5:30pm – 9:30pm
Worship & Prayer
Students at The Foundry will learn how to read the Bible, understand what it says, and live out its message. They will be equipped to host the Holy Spirit, pray, prophecy, evangelize, and become powerful forces who glorify JESUS!
Teacher: Jim Strutz
1st & 2nd Year Students – Semester 1 & 2
The primary goal of this course is to give students a competent understanding of the background of Bible narratives, poems and prophecies, and how they all fit into the Bible’s own context and the context of world history. In so doing, the Bible becomes more interesting and understandable to the student.
Teacher: Rick Benjamin
1st Year Students – Semester 1 & 2
Bible Doctrine is a basic, systematic introduction to the main teachings of the Christian faith.
Topics include God, the Bible, Angels and Satan, Sin, Man, Jesus Christ, Salvation, the Holy Spirit, the Church, and the Last Things.
These topics will be aligned with the Unite Church Statement of Belief. Every class will include time for questions and discussion of alternative views. The goal is for every student to know what they believe and why they believe it.
Teacher: Zach Neese
1st Year Students – Semester 2
We were born for deep, meaningful intimacy with our Father-King. As a kingdom of priests, our purpose is to minister to God through worship and then carry His light and glory to a dark, hurting world. This is the most extraordinary privilege ever extended to flesh and blood. So why do many believers miss out on the joy, transformation, and power that come from stepping into their roles as worshipers? Because we don’t understand what worship is and what part we play in it. Every meaningful Christian endeavor is born of worship, sustained through worship, and inspires worship in others. Worship is a ministry essential.
In this class, Pastor Zach Neese shares foundational biblical truths and practical application to help students deepen their understanding of and passion for world-changing worship. He also offers time-tested wisdom for ministers who want to pastor their people in the presence of God.
Teacher: Karen Fink
2nd Year Students – Semester 2
This course will awaken and equip you with new confidence and courage to share your faith. In each class you will be empowered and activated into His harvest as you learn: What Does Evangelism Look Like in This New Era; The Importance of Opening Your Heart to Visitation; What God is Saying Prophetically About the Harvest; The Great Commission Is Not Our First Priority; Prayer Deliverance; Understanding Our Salvation and Weapons of Deliverance; Prayer Evangelism; Praying for Lost Loved Ones; Praying for the Nations of the Earth; Power of Testimony; Sharing the Testimonies of God; Lifestyle Evangelism; How the Prophetic and Evangelism Flow Together; How to Demonstrate the Gospel; How to Move and Respond to Holy Spirit; How to Hear God’s Voice; How to Move in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
Teacher: Leigh Sloan
2nd Year Students – Semester 2
You weren’t made for a job or even a career. You were made with a specific purpose in mind to unleash the kingdom of God on the earth in a specific way. Many people live only a flicker of their true purpose here on earth and look to heaven as the ultimate realization of who they are. They don’t realize that eternity begins now. We have been given far more abundant life than we have yet discovered in Jesus. Not only do we need an upgrade about our “family/last names” who we ALL are in Jesus, but it is also important to clearly identify our “given/first names” who I AM specifically as an individual. Owning who you are as an individual will give you the courage to take responsibility for the people you’re meant to influence and the problems you’re meant to solve. Wisdom will help you on the path to stewarding that purpose so that you can release the kingdom of God to maximum capacity this side of heaven. In this class you’ll unearth your purpose from your story and develop a purpose statement that will help keep you laser-focused in your current season as you move toward your purpose-driven future.