Bible Academy 

 Summer Semester Via Zoom – June 6, 2022 – June 10, 2022

ABOUT US: The Bible Academy is a church-based school that was organized in 1999, and is nationally accredited through the Sunday School Publishing Board of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. All participants will receive a national course card upon completion of sessions and required work. Students may take courses for self-enhancement or work toward a national Diploma of Christian Education through the Certificate of Progress Program (COPP), which are offered through the Bible Academy. The Registration fee is $25.00 per course. Contact Dean Roberta Hatcher at christed@goodshepherdaugusta.org or visit www.sspbnbc.com for more information regarding the COPP.

All Summer Semester courses will be presented via the Zoom platform, Eastern Time. Individuals may register online, at the church, or use the enclosed Mail-in Registration Form to send their registration information and check or money order for fees to Good Shepherd Baptist Church, P.O. Box 141 Augusta, GA 30903 by May 31st. If you do not receive a registration submission notice immediately following your online
registration, please contact Dean Roberta Hatcher at Good Shepherd for assistance. Following registration and payment of fees, enrolled students will be contacted by the instructor and invited to join the respective Zoomcourse(s).

Pastor/President – Rev. Dr. Clarence Moore
Dean – Dr. Roberta J. Hatcher
Registrar – Mrs. Lakeischa Murphy



STEP 1:  REVIEW BIBLE ACADEMY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS  SUMMER SESSION 2022


1104 – Survey of James
Instructor: Rev. Rhonda Daigs

This course will allow students to study the letter of James, with emphasis on authorship, date, theme, and recipients. It will offer an excellent tool for students looking for a more practical application of their faith.
Textbook: James – by Moo (1st Edition)

1112 – Survey of Revelation (COPP)
 Instructor: Dr. Henry Baptiste

This course will allow students to explore the book of Revelation, with emphases on authorship, date, theme, and recipients. Discuss the prophetic themes, symbols, and interpretations of various revelations.
Textbook: The Revelation of John – by Barclay

9005- Writing Techniques II (COPP)
Instructor: Elizabeth Johnson

The course is designed to assist students with the Certificate of Progress Program (COPP). The course emphasizes the techniques for documenting research and the development of other skills necessary to enhance writing skills overall. The course also introduces students to the use of reference materials. Students may obtain specific suggestions for their writing assignments for COPP Phases 2-4.
Textbook: The Elements of Style – by Strunk and White

STEP  2:  COMPLETE REGISTRATION FORM