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Christ Temple Church
Bell Apostolic Bible College (BABC)
Joliet Satellite Campus
Bishop J.E. Moore, President (Joliet Branch)
Evangelist Jayme Moore, Administration (Joliet)
Alesia Gant, Registrar/Admissions (Joliet)
Faculty/Staff at Joliet Campus
Bishop J.E. Moore
Lady Tecola Moore
Evangelist Jayme Moore
Evangelist Virginia Bouie
Elder James Moore
Evangelist Tonya Baldwin
Evangelist Jacqueline Bell
Elder Leon Shaw
Evangelist Judith Shaw
Deaconess Della Travis
Minister Marlene Jones




Statement of Faith


  • We believe in the plenary verbal inspiration of the Bible.  (II Timothy 3:16, 17; I Peter 2:2; II Peter 1:21; Revelation 22:18, 19)


  • We believe in one God and Creator of all things.  That the fullness of the Godhead dwells in the Lord Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of the Father.  (Ephesians 4:6; I Colossians 2:8-10; St. John 1:14)


  • We believe that repentance and water baptism by immersion in the Name of Jesus Christ is essential to salvation.  (Acts 2:38)


  • We believe in the inward filling of the Holy Ghost for every believer.  Speaking with other tongues as the Spirit gives utterance.  (Acts 2:4)


  • We believe in the sanctified life, separated from the world and all sinful practices.  That it is by grace we are saved and that grace teaches us to deny ungodliness and worldly lust.  (Titus 2:11; I Corinthians 1:2)


  • We believe in all the teachings of the Apostles and that the Church is built on the foundation of the Apostles, Prophets with Jesus Christ the Chief Corner Stone. (Ephesians 2:20)



Admission Requirements


Admission to BABC Joliet is a privilege that is granted to students who are serious about knowing God and studying His Word. If you are interested in the BABC Degree Program, you must be a High School graduate or have a General Equivalency Diploma (GED). Proof of these documents may be required.




Enrollment Requirements


  • Complete an application and pay a non-refundable registration fee.  CLICK HERE to apply online


  • Provide copies of college transcripts, if applicable.




Financial Requirements


  1. One time registration fee
  2. Tuition
  3. Materials/Textbook Fees (varies per course)
  4. Return Check fee $25






Three different programs are available:  ETA Training, Bachelor Degree, & Doctorate.  As of this year, a new Masters Program has been implemented.  Call for more information.



Certificate of Completion


The BABC issues a Certificate of Completion after a student has successfully passed a course.




Degree Programs


Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education: This degree requires 120 hours. 
The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry:This degree requires 120 hours.
New Masters Program Offered!
Doctorate of Ministry




Fall 2012/Spring 2013 Semester Calendar


August - September .......................................Registration
September .........................................................Classes Begin

October .............................................................Mid-Semester Examinations

January-February ........................................................Advanced Registration for Spring Semester

December ................................................................Final Examinations
June 2013...............................................................Graduation (at Chicago Campus)





 New Courses Added to BABC 


*Christian Psychology (Bishop J.E. Moore)


*Critical Thinking (Evangelist Jayme Moore)

This course helps students develop the ability to reason clearly and critically. 

Prerequisite to Apologetics & Systematic Theology


*History of Gospel Music (Minister Joshua Shelton)

The history of gospel music from past to present.



This study is a single study of the Book of Jude and provides an analysis of false teachers


*The Synoptic Gospels

A study of the parallel comparison of the synoptic gospels Matthew, Mark & Luke


*Homiletics Lab

This course will give ministers experience in preaching and delivery of sermons.  Prerequisite Homiletics 1, 2 or special permission from the instructor





Fall 2012/Spring 2013 Course Offerings


Acts of the Apostles – This class is an in depth analysis of the book of Acts that studies

the faith and power that is associated with the early church. The class encourages the

students to activate the power of the holy-ghost that the signs and wonders may manifest

in our present-day churches as they did in the days of the Apostles.


Apologetics – The defense of the Christian Faith.

Bible Survey I - A Survey Course to introduce the students to the background content, literary quality, and message of the Old Testament as a whole and of its various books. (Genesis — Malachi)
Bible Survey II - A Survey Course to introduce the students to the background content, literary quality, and message of the New Testament as a whole and of its various books. (Matthew—Revelation)

Christian Education – The religious approach to the study of man with educational



Christian Psychology – This course investigates the psychology factors of the learning

process and the nature of man as to the biblical prospective.


Christian Psychology Writing Course – That ask the student to research and write out the

historical and methodology of secular psychology.


Church Administration – Present to the student inner functions of the local church

advancements and how to function as leader in the local church setting.


Church Administration Business Math – Views the accounting systems and the best ways

of handling church finance.


Church History I – The history of the church from the Day of Pentecost through the

Apostolic era. This course should prepare the student to understand the Apostolic

Doctrine and its application.


Church History II – The history of the Church from the Apostolic era until the present.


Church History Writing Course – A research paper prepared by the student on the

historical time frames of the church through the ages.


Doctrine – A study of the Christian doctrines with a view of Apostolic pervasion.


English Composition I – A review of English grammar, book reports, and church



English Composition II – An evaluation of the mechanics and principles involved in

creative composition.


English Composition III – A review of English grammar and composition, paragraph

development, and term papers.


Evangelical Teachers Training – A six book series on Sunday School Training with as a

biblical study; introduction on how to work with students of all ages. And finally, course

presentations and outlines to make the student and excellent Sunday School teacher.


Faith – The fundamentals of faith and how it can increase your spiritual awareness.


Greek I – A course designed for pastor and student. An exciting series concentrating on

the vocabulary, cases and tenses used in the New Testament Greek Language.


Greek II – An advanced study of New Testament Greek Language.


Greek III – Learning to write New Testament Greek translations into English.


Hermeneutics – A view of principles for correct biblical interpretation. Concentration is

also on the incorrect methods of interpretation.


Homiletics - The development of the preacher and introduction to sermon structure.


Leadership Training – A study of how to develop leaders from the natural potentials they

posses. A view of leadership principles that are universal in nature but here the focus is

on the Christian organization.


Mathematics – Basic mathematic skills including algebra, decimals, and fractions.


Personal Evangelism I – A course designed to help the Christian do personal work and

follow-up through the local church.


Personal Evangelism II – A more advanced course dealing with various religions and

their practices to be used in witnessing and personal evangelism.


Power of Prayer - A study of how to develop a prayer life and intimacy with Jesus.

Praise and Worship – The study and difference of praise and worship, and how it will

benefit the student for serious praise and worship.


Public Speaking – A course designed to introduce the student to the fundamental of

speech, taking into consideration factors involved in speaking before an audience.


Revelations – A verse though study of the book of Revelations including the things

present, past, and to come.


Romans I – A verse study of the doctrines of Condemnation and Justification from

Romans 1:1 – 5:11.


Romans II – A verse study of the doctrines of Sanctification and Glorification from

Romans 5:12 – 8:27. Along with Israel’s Past, Present, and Future 9:1 – 11:36.


Romans III – A verse study of the doctrine of Consecration from Romans 12:1 – 16:27.


Romans Systematic Writing Course – An essay on the historical content and background

of the book of Romans.


Sign Language – An overview of Sign Language and basic conversation.


Sociology of Religion – This course will explore fundamental aspects of religion in

society, personal and group identity. Using both the teachings of Jesus and the Gospels as

frameworks in discussions surrounding social obligations of the Church.


Spanish – An open line of basic communication in Spanish for everyday use in the home

as well as Church.


Spiritual Warfare – This level of warfare is not for everyone. It is for men and women

called and equipped by God to seek His strategy standards against darkness. This

strategic warfare initiated outside the will of God opens for oppression, infirmities, and

family problems.


Systematic Theology – Theology is a great subject for someone who desires to study in

depth about God, this great world in which in which we live, and this vast universe of

which we are a part.






BABC Joliet is accredited by the International Accrediting Commission for Schools, Colleges & Theological Seminaries through its affiliation with D.R. Bell Apostolic Bible College of Chicago, IL (BABC).