NMC University

Making Disciples That Make Disciples.

NMCU 101, 102, and 103 Sessions Beginning Sunday, September 11

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Your Courses

The Overview

In NMCU, you'll move through a set sequence of classes and learn about the big picture of Scripture around tables in a community to equip you to more faithfully follow Jesus and to share what you believe with others. We want to make disciples who make disciples. Each semester is a 10-week period and goes in sequential order.

This upcoming 10-week semester begins Sunday, September 11, and course enrollment opens Thursday, July 28.

NMCU 101

OT 1 - The Torah

We will introduce and explain the concept of NMCU, give an overview of the Bible, and teach through the first five books of the Bible, called, "The Torah," and see how it all points to Jesus and finds its fulfillment in him.

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NMCU 102

OT 2 - The History, The Prophets, and The Writings

We will study the remainder of the Old Testament to see how it connects to both the Torah and to Jesus.

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NMCU 103

NT 1 - The Gospels and The Early Church

We will study the first four books of the New Testament that provide first-hand, eye-witness accounts of the birth, ministry, teaching, suffering, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus and how, in the aftermath of His ascension, the Church was birthed and spread, "to the ends of the earth."

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NMCU 104

NT 2 - The Letters

We will look at the second half of the New Testament and learn about the earliest letters sent to the earliest followers of Jesus gathered as the earliest churches. We will examine their content, introduce their authors, and come to understand the implications and applications for today and how they, too, help hold the Bible together, point to Jesus, and instruct us on how to follow Jesus faithfully.

NMCU 201

Inward Life

Having established a foundation of the Bible and solidified some basic theology (what we believe, think, and speak about the Triune God), we will then discuss matters of internal life and how, through a biblical perspective and worldview, we address and respond to them. In this, we will discuss, prayer, fasting, scripture reading, memorization, spiritual gifts, mental health, forgiveness, anxiety, and sexuality.

NMCU 202

Outward Living

Having established a foundation of the Bible and solidified some basic theology (what we believe, think, and speak about the Triune God), we will then discuss how we are to live as faithful followers of Jesus. In this, we will discuss how we treat people, resources, finances, and the world around us. We will also discuss evangelism, missions, apologetics, and Gospel unity. Everything we do in semesters 1-4 will build to semesters 6 and 7.

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