Because ITI courses are held around the globe with leaders from local communities, each ITI looks different. However, we've done our best to format each of the eight ITI courses the same. Each ITI course is consistent in its structure, containing the following: Introduction and Course Goals, Course Schedule, Discovery & Discussion Questions, Further Study, and Personal Reflection.
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What is Jesus seeking to do in His followers? How does this happen? What is God’s part? What is our part? And why is all of this important? We explore these questions--and more--in this course.
Focusing on the context of Jesus’ ministry--namely the kingdom of God--students will be encouraged to surrender all areas of his/her life to Jesus' lordship.
In this course, students learn about the third Person of the Trinity and how to deepen their relationships with Him, including the areas of listening prayer, healing prayer, and the exercise of spiritual gifts.
What is the Bible? Why study it? The ultimate goal of this course is to become a lover of God by growing in our understanding of Him through His Word and by learning how to better communicate Scripture to others.
Using the example of Old Testament leader, Nehemiah, students will have an opportunity to consider what vision of ministry God has given them and how they can best fulfill it.
Encouraging students to see the relationship between the Word and their walks with God, this course will help students develop skill in the thoughtful reading and studying of Scripture.
The Old Testament is filled with rich lessons and raw emotions from the fathers of our faith. Through this course, students will learn how the presence of the Messiah is manifest in each of the books.
& THE BOOK
Relationships are vitally important for the Christian leader. They can be both wonderful and challenging. Students learn about the biblical foundation for relationships by studying the book of Ephesians.