Self Paced Online Courses
We are offering a select number of our courses as self-paced independent courses.
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Christian Organizational Leadership vs Management
The purposes of this course is to both define and distinguish the characteristics of holistic Christ-centered Organizational Leadership (COL) within any context from traditional “organizational management”, and to detail the core competencies that make this discipline unique. Additionally, to create clear connections between the core components of COL and the leadership expressions they inform.
The Servant Leadership of Jesus
The purposes of this course is to effectively lead in ministry involves developing skills in employing servant leadership behaviors, then modeling them for your people; training & equipping them in these behaviors; and then sending them out to replicate those behaviors in others they will lead. This course will utilize the leadership traits exhibited by Jesus Christ with His disciples as the benchmark to strive for. Specifically, students will be taught how Christ’s servant leadership, as the foundation for the faith, provides a model for today’s Christian leaders by reminding them of their identities as beloved children of God, and instilling a passion in them for advancing His Kingdom through challenging their hearts to love and serve the people He brings to them.
Story of the Bible Part 1 – Old Testament
The focus of this course is an understanding of the historical narrative of God’s redemptive mission as revealed in the Old Testament and how that story is told through various literary genres. Students will gain a vision for the story of God from creation through the exile and will develop skills and competencies for reading the story in the various biblical contexts in which they are told in the Old Testament (narrative, law, poetry, wisdom, prophecy).
Story of the Bible Part 2 – New Testament
The focus of this course is an understanding of the historical narrative of God’s redemptive mission as revealed in the New Testament and how that story is told through various literary genres. Students will gain a vision for the story of God from the first advent of Jesus to the second advent of Jesus and will develop skills and competencies for reading the story in the various biblical contexts in which they are told in the New Testament (gospel, theological history, epistle, prophecy, apocalypse).
Discovering Spiritual Gifts
The purpose of this course is to review the spiritual gifts – what are they, what was their place during biblical times and what about today? Many denominations have differing views of the gifts of the spirit which leads to confusion. Let’s gain clarity together.
Hermeneutics (Bible Study Methods)
Understanding how to read the Bible is foundational for all who profess a saving faith in Jesus. God speaks to us through His Word therefore we must approach this collection of ancient books with reverence and a deep sense of humility. We depend on the Holy Spirit to reveal God’s truth to us so we can apply it to our lives. We will learn how to investigate the Bible’s historical-cultural context, the literary context, literary styles, how to determine theological principles, and to be aware of what we bring to the text. This course presents a simple, systematic approach to read the Word of God with greater depth of understanding and to be able to teach others to do the same.
This course is the full university experience which will include text books, course assignments, professor contact information, etc.