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New Life BIBLE INSTITUTE

Training for the Harvest

August 30, 2011


Dear Prospective Student

Thank you

for considering New Life Bible Institute (NLBI) for your training
school for Ministry & Evangelism.
We know that God has chosen New Life Bible Institute (an N.C.C.A. Certified
Academic Institute) as an instrument of His will to train and equip Christians who are
called to the ministry of evangelism. It is our mission to help you fulfill the call of God
in your life to minister to lost and hurting people in our world. In their healing, our hope
is that they might become trees of righteousness that God might be glorified. (Isaiah 61)
Please visit our website where you will find an in-depth overview of our training
programs. Enclosed you will find the necessary forms for your enrollment into New
Life Bible Institute I have enclosed a checklist for your use to insure that all of the
necessary forms have been submitted.
As a distance learning student you will study at your own pace in our online
school. Onsite classes are schedule depending on minimum enrollment of five (5)
students. Currently, we don't accept VA benefits. However, we do offer scholarships to
qualified applicants.

We look forward to assisting you in obtaining your goals!


Our website is under construction; however you may view our old
website at http://nlcctc.daystart.org/
A National Christian Counselors Association

Member: Harvestime International Network

Dr. Joyce LaVerne Brock, PhD-President

PO Box 20382 * Indianapolis, IN 46220-4576


Tel: 317-595-1889 * Website: nlcctc.org * Email: nlcctc@hotmail.com

I am made all things to all men, that I might by all means save some.
And this I do for the gospel's sake

2 Corinthians 9:22-23

Member of: Harvestime International Network


Joyce LaVerne Brock, PhD President

Scripture Foundation
(I Corinthians 9:18-23)
What is my reward then? Verily that, when I preach the gospel, I may make the gospel
of Christ without charge, that I abuse not my power in the gospel.
For though I be free from all men, yet have I made myself servant unto
that I might gain the more.

all,

And unto the Jews I became as a Jew, that I might gain the Jews ; to them that are
under the law, as under the law, that I might gain them that are under the law;
To them that are without law, as without law, (being not without law to God, but under
the law to Christ,) that I might gain them that are without law.
To the weak became I as weak, that I might gain the weak : I am made all things to
all men, that I might by all means save some.
And this I do for the gospel's sake, that I might be partaker thereof with you.

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A GUIDE TO COURSE FORMAT


Each course is in workbook format. Each course contains:
Introductory Page: This identifies the course as part of the Institute.
How To Use This Manual: A brief guide to using the course.
Suggestions For Group Study: Guidelines for using the course in a
group setting.
Course Introduction: This identifies the module of which the course
is a part, gives the name of the course, and presents an introduction to
the subject matter.
Course Objectives: Major objectives are stated in terms of what the
student should be able to do upon completion of the course.
Chapter Organization: Each chapter contains an introduction and
list of objectives for that chapter. A key verse focuses on the major
concept taught in the chapter. Lesson content is presented in a
modified outline format. This means the material is divided by
headings and subheadings, special titles which identify the content of
the following paragraphs. This format enables the student to teach
what he learns to others by following the outline.
Self-Test: At the conclusion of each chapter a self-test is provided.
Answers to tests are provided in the back of each manual. (Note: If
you are teaching in a group situation and you do not want students to
have access to the answers, simply remove these answer pages.)
For Further Study: This is the final section in each chapter.
encourages additional independent study on the subject matter.

It

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SUGGESTED STUDY STEPS


The curriculum is designed so that other reference books are not
required to complete the courses.
You do not need a Bible
concordance, dictionary, Bible handbook, atlas, or commentary, etc. If
you have access to these materials their use is encouraged, but they
are not necessary to complete the training. You do need a King James
Version of the Bible in your own language.
Encourage students to set a special time for study each day and start
with prayer to God that the Holy Spirit will quicken their mind to learn
God's truths. Train them to follow this "Seven Step Study Plan":
STEP ONE - Course Survey:
Read the module and course titles on the introductory page of the
manual. Use the curriculum list to see where the course fits into the
pattern of Institute training. Read the chapter titles in the "Table of
Contents" of the manual. They provide an overview of the study. Read
the "Introduction", this introduces the subject matter.
Read the
"Course Objectives." These are the main goals for your study of this
course. After you complete the course survey you are ready to begin
the first chapter. For this and all other chapters use steps Two through
Six.
STEP TWO - Chapter Survey:
Read the "Objectives" of the chapter. These are the goals you should
achieve by studying this lesson. Read the "Key Verse" and memorize it
for the "Self-Test." This verse summarizes the basic concept of the
chapter. Read the "Introduction" to the chapter. This introduces the
content of the lesson. Go through the chapter and read the headings
(titles which are centered) and subheadings (titles which are even with
the left hand margin). These introduce the basic outline of the chapter.
STEP THREE - Chapter Study:
Now you are ready to study the chapter in detail. Read through the
entire chapter. Do not skip any material. As you read, underline
important points and write notes or questions in the margins. When
you are told to look up a reference in the Bible and read it, be sure to
do so.

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STEP FOUR - Chapter Review:


Review the objectives at the beginning of the chapter. Have you met
each of these goals in your study? If not, study the materials again.
Can you quote the "Key Verse" from memory? Review the chapter
headings, subheadings, and your own study notes and underlined
portions.
STEP FIVE - Self-Test:
Take the "Self-Test" for the chapter. When you finish, compare your
answers with the correct answers given at the back of the manual.
Study again the material for any questions which you did not answer
correctly.
STEP SIX - For Further Study:
Do the assigned projects in the "For Further Study" section. These
activities will develop independent study habits and expand your
knowledge of the subject matter.
STEP SEVEN - Course Review:
Upon completion of all the chapters of the course, refer back to the
major objectives given at the beginning of the manual. Have you
achieved these major objectives? If not, you may need to review
certain portions of the course again.

NLBI-WS-SOME- 08/11 Joyce L. Brock, PhD President; Member: HTN Network; & N.C.C.A. CAI (ACI-Accredited)

CURRICULUM
BASIC TRAINING COURSES
MODULE ONE: VISUALIZING
Communicating the vision of spiritual harvest
STRATEGIES FOR SPIRITUAL HARVEST:
The initial call of Jesus Christ to men was to be spiritually reproductive: "Follow me,
and I will make you fishers of men." His final command, which is that of the Great
Commission, also challenged followers to spiritual reproduction. Using the analogy of
the natural harvest, this course focuses on promises of spiritual harvest, things that
prevent harvest and keys to effective harvest. It communicates the vision which the
remainder of Institute training equips students to fulfill.
MODULE TWO: DEPUTIZING
Training laborers to fulfill the vision
FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH:
This course stresses the importance of proper spiritual foundations for life and ministry
by focusing on foundations of the Christian faith identified in Hebrews 6:1: Repentance,
faith, baptism, laying on of hands, resurrection, and eternal judgment.
KINGDOM LIVING:
The "Gospel of the Kingdom" shall be preached in all the world before the return of the
Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 24:14). Understanding of Kingdom principles is necessary if
one is to spread the Gospel of the Kingdom. This course focuses on patterns and
principles of Kingdom living applicable to life and ministry.
SPIRITUAL STRATEGIES: A MANUAL OF SPIRITUAL WARFARE:

This course moves participants beyond the natural world into the realm of the spirit.
Tactics of the enemy are analyzed and strategies of spiritual warfare assuring victory over
the principalities and powers of the spirit world are explained.
MINISTRY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT:
This study focuses on the ministry of the Holy Spirit, spiritual fruit, and spiritual gifts.
Students are guided in discovery of their own spiritual gifts and position of ministry in
the Body of Christ.
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KNOWING GOD'S VOICE:


This course explains how God speaks to men today and how to find His general and
specific plans for life. A Christian model for decision making is presented, along with
guidelines for overcoming wrong decisions, steps to take if you have missed the will of
God, and methods for dealing with questionable practices.
CREATIVE BIBLE STUDY METHODS:
This course equips students for personal study of the Word of God after the conclusion of
Institute training. Students learn how to study the Bible by book, chapter, paragraph,
verse, and word. Other methods taught include biographical, devotional, theological,
typological, and topical. Special guidelines for studying Bible poetry and prophecy are
presented and students are taught methods of charting and outlining.
BASIC BIBLE SURVEY: (2 COURSES Old & New Testament Survey)
This survey provides an overview of the entire Bible. Study outlines of each book of the
Bible are provided for further development by the student. Volume One: Introduction
and Old Testament, Volume Two: New Testament.
MODULE THREE: MULTIPLYING
Multiplying the spiritual labor force which has been trained
DEVELOPING A BIBLICAL WORLD VIEW:
This course examines the Biblical world view from Genesis through Revelation. God's
plan for the nations of the world from the beginning of time is detailed. Current
worldwide spiritual need is also presented.
TEACHING TACTICS:
This course examines the methods Jesus used to teach and preach the Gospel. Students
are taught how to prepare and present lessons and how to teach and preach the Gospel.
MULTIPLICATION METHODOLOGIES:
God's plan for spiritual multiplication is presented. This study reveals how a single
Christian can be responsible for the multiplication of thousands of trained and motivated
believers. Church growth principles are emphasized.

POWER PRINCIPLES:
The early church was born in a demonstration of the power of God. Power principles
taught in this course equip students for spiritual harvest and moves them from being
spectators to demonstrators of the power of God.

NLBI-WS-SOME- 08/11 Joyce L. Brock, PhD President; Member: HTN Network; & N.C.C.A. CAI (ACI-Accredited)

MODULE FOUR: ORGANIZING


Organizing the resources resulting from multiplication
BIBLICAL MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES:
This course is a review of Biblical management principles with emphasis on servant
leadership, Biblical leaders, and Scriptural strategies for success.
PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS:
Students learn environmental analysis on an individual, church, and organizational basis.
They learn how to analyze the spiritual environment of a village, city, state or nation prior
to penetrating it with the Gospel message.
MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES:
Everything Jesus did centered on the great purposes of God. This course analyzes
Christ's objectives for ministry and teaches students to institute management by
objectives in their own life and ministry.
MODULE FIVE: MOBILIZING
Mobilizing the spiritual task force through practical application
MOBILIZATION METHODOLOGIES:
This course presents methods for mobilizing spiritual forces for God and explains the
practical application of the NLBI vision to specific areas of ministry. Referral courses in
various areas of ministry are also available through this module.
MODULE SIX: EVANGELIZING
The vision becomes reality through the process of leaven-like evangelism.
LEAVEN-LIKE EVANGELISM:
The Gospel of the Kingdom spreads throughout the world as leaven in bread dough: The
leaven is small and hidden, but its impact is unlimited. Effective evangelism strategies
are taught, including detailed instruction on the deliverance ministry, church planting, and
techniques of networking between ministries

NLBI-WS-SOME- 08/11 Joyce L. Brock, PhD President; Member: HTN Network; & N.C.C.A. CAI (ACI-Accredited)

SUPPLEMENTAL COURSES
WOMEN, A BIBLICAL PROFILE:
A study of all the Bible teaches about women and their role in ministry. Also includes a
study of the Bible books bearing womens names--Ruth and Esther--and resources for
biographical study of all of the women of the Bible
YOU CAME UNTO ME....A JAIL AND PRISON MINISTRY MANUAL:
A complete guide to jail and prison ministry. It Includes guidelines for writing and
visiting inmates, conducting group services inside an institution, reaching out to families
of inmates, and ministering on death row.
INTERCESSORY PRAYER:
An intercessory prayer guide that includes guidelines on how to pray, what to pray for,
when not to pray, resources for prayer, international intercession, and factors that hinder
prayer.
BATTLE FOR THE BODY:
A study of all the Bible teaches about divine healing. Complete guidelines for receiving
and ministering healing.

NOTES:

NLBI-WS-SOME- 08/11 Joyce L. Brock, PhD President; Member: HTN Network; & N.C.C.A. CAI (ACI-Accredited)

New Life BIBLE INSTITUTE


Joyce LaVerne Brock, PhD, Instructor
Nlcctc@hotmail.com
Fall Quarter 2011
Course Syllabus
STRATEGIES FOR SPIRITUAL HARVEST
(3 units)
Course Description:
The initial call of Jesus Christ to men was to be spiritually reproductive: Follow me, and
I will make you fishers of men. His final command is that of the Great Commission
which challenged His followers to spiritual reproduction. This course uses the analogy of
the natural harvest, and focuses on promises of spiritual harvest, things that prevent
harvest and the keys to effective harvest. It communicates the vision which the
remainder of Institute training equips student to fulfill.
Course Objectives:

Explain the vision of the harvest as a spiritual parallel of a


natural example.
Use effective strategies for spiritual harvest in your life and
ministry.
Identify factors that prevent spiritual harvest.
See the world as God sees it.
Reap in revelation harvest.

Course Requirements:
Read entire text.
Complete all chapter study questions. (Due at weekly meetings as
assigned.)
Complete writing assignment.

Attend weekly classes.


Pass mid-term exam.
Pass final exam.
Writing Assignment:
Required 4-6 typewritten pages double spaced with 1 inch margins. Required to
address at least three of the following topics: [ insert topics ]

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STRATEGIES FOR SPIRITUAL HARVEST


COURSE OUTLINE
The course outline will vary depending on how many weeks the course lasts and the
quantity of the material covered. The following course outline is based on a twelve-week
semester. DATES WILL BE FILLED IN ONCE APPLICATION IS APPROVED.
Class 1

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Introduction and Overview of Course
Review policies (i.e. grading, attendance, writing assignment, etc.)

Class 2

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)___
Lecture
Quiz on Chapters ___-___

Class 3

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Lecture

Class 4

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Lecture
Quiz on Chapters ___-___

Class 5

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)___
Lecture

Class 6

[ date ]

Read Chapter(s)
Mid-term exam covering Chapters ___-___
Class 7

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Lecture

Class 8

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Lecture
Quiz on Chapters ___-___

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Class 9

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)___
Lecture

Class 10

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)___
Lecture
Quiz on Chapters ___-___

Class 11

[ date ]
Read Chapter (s)___
Lecture
Writing assignment due.

Class 12

Final Exam

NLBI-WS-SOME- 08/11 Joyce L. Brock, PhD President; Member: HTN Network; & N.C.C.A. CAI (ACI-Accredited)

New Life BIBLE INSTITUTE


Joyce LaVerne Brock, PhD, Instructor
Nlcctc@hotmail.com
Fall Quarter 2011
Course Syllabus
MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES
(3 units)
Course Description:
Everything Jesus did centered on the great purposes of God. This course analyzes
Christs objectives for ministry and teaches students to institute management by
objectives in their own life and ministry.
Course Objectives:

Define "management by objectives.


Summarize the Biblical foundations of planning.
Identify God's purpose.
Formulate a Statement of Purpose for ministry.
Set ministry objectives.
Organize spiritual resources to accomplish objectives.
Evaluate your activities to perfect your ministry.
Apply "management by objectives" in the local church.
Apply "management by objectives" in your personal life and
ministry.

Course Requirements:
Read entire text.

Complete all chapter study questions. (Due at weekly meetings as


assigned.)
Complete writing assignment.
Attend weekly classes.
Pass mid-term exam.
Pass final exam.
Writing Assignment:
Required 4-6 typewritten pages double spaced with 1 inch margins. Required to
address at least three of the following topics: [ insert topics ]

NLBI-WS-SOME- 08/11 Joyce L. Brock, PhD President; Member: HTN Network; & N.C.C.A. CAI (ACI-Accredited)

MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVE
COURSE OUTLINE
The course outline will vary depending on how many weeks the course lasts and the
quantity of the material covered. The following course outline is based on a twelve-week
semester. DATES WILL BE FILLED IN ONCE APPLICATION IS APPROVED.
Class 1

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Introduction and Overview of Course
Review policies (i.e. grading, attendance, writing assignment, etc.)

Class 2

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)___
Lecture
Quiz on Chapters ___-___

Class 3

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Lecture

Class 4

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Lecture
Quiz on Chapters ___-___

Class 5

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)___

Lecture
Class 6

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)
Mid-term exam covering Chapters ___-___

Class 7

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Lecture

Class 8

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s) ___
Lecture
Quiz on Chapters ___-___

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Class 9

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)___
Lecture

Class 10

[ date ]
Read Chapter(s)___
Lecture
Quiz on Chapters ___-___

Class 11

[ date ]
Read Chapter (s)___
Lecture
Writing assignment due.

Class 12

Final Exam

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GRADING DISTRIBUTION
ALL NLBI WINSOME COURSES
97-100
93-96
90-92
87-89
83-86
80-82
77-79
73-76
70-72
67-69
63-66
60-62
Below 60

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A+
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B
BC+
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DF

Canceled : Drop without penalty.


Only applies within the first
two weeks.
Drop Pass: Drop without penalty. Drop after two weeks
with excuse (i.e. job transfer, hospitalization, etc.)
Drop Fail: Drop with penalty
Incomplete: Only applies if excused absence and
student makes up final or missing
work within two weeks of final date.
No exceptions!

Pass: Credit received from other source.


Audit: No credit.
*Three unexcused absences will reduce the grade by one grade (i.e. A- reduced to
B+) After three unexcused absences, refer to the Academic Dean.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
READ ALL TEXT MATERIAL
COMPLETION OF STUDY GUIDE

PASS FINAL EXAM


500 points available for course with break down as follows:
200 points
These points will be distributed at instructors discretion for classroom assignments,
homework, quizzes, term paper, reports, class participation, etc.
100 points
Mid-term exam

200 points

Final exam

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