We have a series of courses and lectures that will help you begin your transformation journey. We can also suggest the order in which to take them.
Related courses, taken sequentially in series is called a "study track." Our study tracks are composed of both courses and lectures that are directly related to their subject; in this case, congregational transformation.
For more information about our study tracks, see "About Our Study Tracks."
Please note that our lectures and self-paced study courses can be taken at any time. However, our fully-interactive, as synchronous courses with an instructor participating and leading the course, courses are only available at certain times to accommodate the instructor's schedule. Fully-interactive courses are usually offered on a term basis in our Fall, Spring or Summer term. While you are waiting for a fully-interactive course to be scheduled, you can backfill with our lectures and self-paced study courses.
Shown below are our currently available courses and lectures for this study track along with some suggestions about their order and use in this study track.
by Dr. Dick Hamm
This five-session course helps us make sense of the new context in which we of the Church find ourselves. Provides practical models by which to understand how our congregations need to change.
By George Bullard
This course covers elements of an assessment and learning pre-season to prepare congregational leaders for a Spiritual Strategic Journey. This Journey is a process for empowering congregations to reach their full Kingdom potential.
by Eddie Hammett
This course introduces eight basic principles of being church for all generations. How can a congregation effectively address the spiritual and faith community needs so a win/win situation is experienced for all? It is possible.
By George Bullard
When congregations engage in transitions and changes that may lead to transformation they need to know more about the choices available to them that will empower them to be FaithSoaring in a manner that they may reach their full Kingdom potential.
by Bob Dale
This course explores the reasons some churches grow perennially—season after season—while most churches don't. It will identify seven principles for perennial strength.