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Welcome to Prison Epistles! This will be a foundational class in your future life and ministry as we walk through some of the most powerful little letters that Paul wrote. For more information about the course, visit and enter your student login information to access resources on the Global University website. If you do not have your Student Login information, talk to your Academic Dean. You can also find information in the introductory pages of your textbook.

Throughout the course, there will be supplemental videos covering various aspects of our studies. These videos contain teachings from some of the world’s leading Biblical scholars, most of whom still teach in universities around the world, that have written extensively in books and commentaries. These videos are included for your learning but also so you can begin to build a repertoire of names of authors and theologians that you should be familiar with as you continue your study of the Bible beyond BTCSM.

Below, you’ll find the important dates, times, and information about the class. As always, give it your best and you’ll get the best. And if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask. Send us an email at the designated address below or talk to your Academic Dean.


  • 4 week course

  • April 29 - May 26

  • The final will need to be completed by Sunday, May 26.

    • Schedule a day to take the exam with your Academic Dean by Wednesday, May 22.

  • Prison Epistles

    • Colossians, Philemon, Ephesians, and Philippians

    • Learn about various aspects of content like date, authorship, purpose, and setting that affect interpretation

    • Highlight powerful themes and messages

    • Learn about how these letters should impact our lives and mission

    • Be equipped with tools for you present and future ministry

The online videos will be greatly beneficial and important for your learning. However, you MUST READ the textbook and be diligent in studying the material if you want to pass the class! Ephesians 5 tells us to, "Make the most of every opportunity," so don't miss out on this season you've been blessed with.

If there are any questions regarding the material or content of what you're learning, feel free to ask in the comment box of the week you are studying, or send an email to Pastor Will