OUR VISION

To change the heart and soul of Kenya and the world.

OUR MISSION

To produce and release spiritual leaders who know and express the authentic Christ to Kenya and the world.


                                 
                                                           
GO YE FOUNDATION (NGO)

NEWS !!! NEWS !!! NEWS !!! OUR MISSION IS TO REACH,RESTORE AND MULTIPLY GENESIS 1:26 "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion..." NOW MAKING DISCIPLES OF CHRIST HERE,THERE AND EVERYWHERE - KINDLY JOIN US WITH ANY SUBSCRIPTION FOR BIBLES, ORPHANS,VULNERABLE CHILDREN,WIDOWS,WORKSHOPS/BIBLE TALKS AND SEMINARS/CONFERENCES.REMEMBER BIBLE TALKS/WORKSHOPS IS EVERY WEEK AND BIBLE CONFERENCES/SEMINARS IS EVERY MONTH! CONTACT US IF YOU ARE COMING!!! PHONE: +254 720 207 357 ; E-MAIL: acts26verse18@gmail.com

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BI 101 - Introduction to the Bible
An overview of the entire Bible focusing on the Bible’s key terms,
content, themes, events, unity, accuracy, indestructibility, authority,
writers and much more.
 BI 102 - Old Testament Survey (2 credit hours)
A course presenting a chapter-by-chapter, book-by-book look at the Old Testament. Special attention is given to the human writer, date of events, setting, content, key verses, interesting features, and timeless truths in each book.
BI 111 - Rightly Dividing the Word of God
Designed to give the believer the tools and understanding of how to rightly divide the Bible. We study the eight divisions in Scripture. Believers will see where we fit today in the overall plan of God for the ages.
BI 121 - Life of Christ
A course of study giving special attention to the key events and characteristics concerning the person and work of Christ in His earthly ministry to Israel and His sacrificial death and resurrection for all of mankind.
BI 122 - Life of the Apostle Paul
Paul’s office was the apostle of the Gentiles. This course is designed to study the teachings of grace that Paul received by direct revelation of Jesus Christ for the church today. Learn about Paul’s unique apostleship, message, and ministry for the church.
BI 131 - E-Bible Study Tools
Recognizing the stewardship of time, depth of study, and breadth of accuracy computer technology offers for academic pursuits in biblical studies, the course is designed to train the student in the optimum use of the computer and Internet for Bible study.
BI 201 - New Testament Survey (2 credit hours)
A course presenting the background and message of the New Testament featuring the books that are primarily significant to Israel as well as "The Pauline Epistles.” Significant features of each book are pointed out.
BI 210 - Romans
A systematic overview of Romans as a starting point for all Christian doctrine emphasizing sin, salvation, security, service, and submission to Christ who dwells in the believer.
BI 211 - 1 and 2 Thessalonians
This is a verse-by-verse study of the epistles of 1 and 2 Thessalonians, which will also explore key truths in Paul’s extensive teaching concerning end-time events and focus on believers vs. unbelievers.
BI 220 - Handling Hot Topics of our Day
Learn what the Bible teaches about current issues such as alcoholism, gambling, capital punishment, homosexuality, marriage and divorce, and more.
BI 230 - The Biblical Woman
This course will involve studying about the successes and failures of different women in the Bible. In addition, specific teachings will be given emphasizing how to be a biblical woman in today’s age through prayer, Bible study, Scripture memorization, fellowship, service, and accountability.
BI 303 - The Prison Epistles
A study of the New Testament books of Ephesians, Colossians, Philippians, and Philemon, focusing on their backgrounds and the occasions for their writing as a basis for understanding the present-day theological and practical themes which Paul received through the revelation of Jesus Christ.
BI 304 - The Pastoral Epistles
This course is an expository study of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus, with emphasis on the theological and practical relevance for society, the church, and church leadership.
BI 308 - Hebrews
This is a study of the doctrinally rich book of Hebrews.
BI 310 - Preparing & Presenting God’s Word 1
A study of the principles that enable a student to discover the natural outline of a passage of Scripture and how to present it to others in a sermon or lesson.
BI 311 - Genesis: Creation vs. Evolution
This course identifies scientific and Biblical data about the origin of the universe, the origin of life, the origin of humanity, and exposes the weaknesses of naturalistic evolution.
BI 312 - Baptism: What Does the Bible Really Teach? (Independent Study)
The issue of baptism is one of the most hotly debated issues of our day. In this course, we will answer some tough questions regarding water baptism in light of Paul’s teaching to the church, the body of Christ.
BI 313 - The Book of Hosea (Independent Study)
This is a verse-by-verse study of the Old Testament book of Hosea with practical applications for the body of Christ.
BI 351 - Preparing & Presenting God’s Word 2 (prerequisite = 1)
The study and application of how to present God’s Word, in a sermon or lesson, to others.
BI 390 - Biblical Research and Writing
A study of research methods for finding relevant information on a Bible-related topic, and of the method for writing clear papers in proper form and style.
CE 110 - Financial Management: A Good Steward of God’s Money
Introduction to the methodology and discipline of personal financial planning from a biblical and practical perspective. Focuses on current, ongoing, and future planning processes which seek to help you reach personal financial objectives.
CE 201 - Life on Life (Discipleship in the Local Church)
This study provides foundational tools that are necessary in becoming a mature, self-feeding Christian who is always growing and changing.
CE 301 - Creative Teaching Techniques
The presentation of a step-by-step plan for developing life-related Bible lessons. A wide variety of creative approaches to teaching are introduced.
CM 201 - Children’s, Youth, and Small Group Ministry
This is an in-depth study of the nature of working with elementary, middle, and high school children, as well as adults, in relation to the education program of the local church.
CM 206 - Biblical Counseling 1
An overview of biblical counseling covering topics like "Who is competent to counsel?” and "Is there compatibility between Biblical Counselors and psychologists and psychiatrists?
CM 210 - Church Interpreting
The goal of this class is to introduce the student to interpreting in a church setting. Church interpreting offers a unique set of challenges and difficulties from other interpreting settings. This class aims to provide the student with a framework and practical experience for overcoming the unique challenges of interpreting a church service.
CM 301 - Ezra/Nehemiah: Principles of Leadership
A consideration of the biblical and practical characteristics of the Christian leader, as well as a focus upon responsibilities, relationship to others, and problem areas.
CM 306 - Biblical Counseling 2 (prerequisite = 1)
Instruction in dealing with a wide scope of counseling situations: marital issues, idols of the heart, parenting, unforgiveness, depression, and anger. Videos of actual counseling will be viewed in some of the sessions.
CM 307 - Biblical Counseling 3: Case Studies (prerequisite = 2)
This course will expose students to hypothetical and real-life cases and challenge them to apply the skills they have learned to solve them.
CM 309 - Marriage and Family Care
This course will help students understand major issues confronting marriages and families today and how to have healthy family relationships. Pre-marital counseling and training on what the Bible teaches on marriage, divorce, and remarriage will also be studied.
CM 310 – Ministry Work Ethics
This course covers the invaluable practices that should be followed to thrive in ministry. Areas such as professionalism, responsibility, loyalty, and confidentiality will be explored.
CM 311 - Office Systems Management
This practical course teaches office management skills in areas of pastoral support, such as: supply purchasing, usage of office programs, office machine usage, recordkeeping, scheduling/appointment setting, organizational skills, receptionist skills, personal relations, and etiquette.
Course Descriptions
CM 315 - Church Administration
Administration is "the bringing together of people, programs, and procedures in such a way as to produce effective working relationships which lead to the realization of organizational goals.” Students will be encouraged as they will learn several hands-on aspects of the administration process. They will understand and develop the fundamental skills of administration and leadership in a Christian setting.
CM 320 - How Women Can Serve
This is an in-depth study of biblical passages dealing with the role of women in the church, in the family, in the workplace, and in society. In addition, mentoring/discipling methods will be taught, as well as how to teach and counsel other women on specific women’s issues.
CM 390 - Field Education
The practicality of putting what is learned into action through completing an internship under the direction of an experienced church leader.
MI 111 - Special Studies in Missions
A course designed to take advantage of unique opportunities in the study of missions.
MI 201 - Sharing and Defending Your Faith
Evangelism - What is it? Why is it important? Who can do it? How is it done? Examines the personal approach, discussion, and an appeal for a decision. A consideration of the biblical, factual evidences in support of the Christian faith. The major objections are considered and answered.
MI 211 - Comparing Christianity to World Religions
The beliefs and practices of the world religions of Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism will be examined as compared to Christianity.
MI 301 - Church Planting Seminar
A study of Paul’s pattern of establishing churches: Emphasis is given to the biblical foundation of the local church and the principles of organizing and leading a church.
TH 101 - Bible Doctrines
An introductory survey of basic biblical doctrines, including the doctrines of God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, angels, man, salvation, the church, and the last times.



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