Not all of our course are active in any given term; certain courses that are in our Dynamic Course Catalog today may be inactive from time to time for any given term.
All of our course are offered multiple times over a period of years. Most of the currently inactive courses will be offered again in the future. Inactive courses will be rescheduled in the future.
Please stay tuned for future announcements. We typically announce the course schedule for our upcoming term three to four months in advance.
The following courses are currently inactive but are already scheduled to be repeated shortly.
by Bruce Barkhauer
Stewardship encompasses more than money. In this course, students will gain a rich understanding of biblical stewardship principles: the theology of abundance, the importance of generosity, stewardship as transformation, stewardship of the Gospel, and more.
Scheduled: September 2016.
by Josh Brockway
Our commitment to follow Jesus transforms both how we understand the world and live within it. Stewardship, then, is the constellation of our practices with time, talent, and treasure according to the principles of the Kingdom of God.
Scheduled: Early 2016.
by Sandy Lindahl
In this course, students will consider Christian models and practices for healthy relationships of various kinds, and the positive outcomes for individuals, congregations and communities. Students will consider a broad range of personal relationships ranging from God and self, family and friends to workplace and worship-place connections, and communal relationships that can bring new purpose and energy to congregations.
Scheduled: May 2016.
The following courses are not yet scheduled to be repeated by "stay tuned" because they could be rescheduled at any time.
by Rev. Paul Appleby
This course will introduce basic theories and practices of Christian theology, inviting students to broaden and deepen their thoughts about God, and their traditions approach towards the study of Christ, the Spirit, and the church.
By Rev. Dr. Ken G. Crawford
This survey course provides an overview of congregational leadership, including both organizational systems and dynamics as well as a reflection on the person and functioning of the leader.
By Rev. Dr. Ken G. Crawford
A foundational course in Christian spiritual formation with the primary goal is to help participants develop a deeper spiritual life by exploring these practices, their roots, and the interconnections among them.
by Dr. Rick Lowery
A series of approximately 20 "radio-styled" lectures covering the Lectionary texts for Year A. Hear Rick's depth of understanding, explanation of the and a living commentary on the First Testament while reflecting on their own familiarity with the Gospel lections.
by Rev. Dr. Richard Voelz
This introductory preaching course will introduce basic theories and practices of preaching, inviting students to become reflective practitioners of the church’s vital, ongoing preaching ministry.