Our website provides an electronic campus linking students and instructors all across North America. The central hub for our online campus is our Connected Community.
In addition to our courses and lectures, our online campus is also the home of our free and ticketed events; regular online interactive productions on topics of interest to the whole Church. Our online campus also contains lots of free information that is available to everyone.
The Connected Community connects our students with others of similar interests from clergy and members of churches all around North America. It allows churches and individuals — previously unconnected — to exchange effective ideas, projects and education for worship, transformation, mission, outreach, evangelism, stewardship fundraising and other ministries.
The Connected Community allows church people also to exchange concerns and prayers; to seek support from one another in a collegial learning environment.
The Connected Community is organized as a generalized Member Portal and a series of Special Interest Communities and Private Communities.
Some of our Special Interest Communities are FREE and available to all Members of the Connected Community. For examples of the Connected Community content, please click the buttons in the sidebar.
Connected Community allows churches and individuals — previously unconnected — to exchange effective ideas, projects and education for worship, transformation, outreach, evangelism, fundraising and other ministries. Connected Community allows ministers — previously unconnected — to exchange ideas, concerns and prayers, and to seek support from one another in a confidential venue that only members may access. Churches and individuals (clergy and laity) in far-flung areas and regions will be connected to each other.
Connected Community is a vast new resource for the Church. For the first time, previously unconnected communities will have the ability to join together for collaborative projects. Churches won't have to re-invent the wheel when they have an idea to explore or execute because a Connected Community member will likely have answers and resources for them. Ministers who need the ability to exchange information, to seek advice and support or simply to talk among one another in collaboration will be able to do so in the Connected Community.