Courses & Seminars

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Courses & Descriptions

Curtis Tygres, MA.  

Bible Foundations

This 10-week course will lay the foundation for studying and teaching the Bible. It will cover a multitude of topics, including what the Bible is, how we got the New Testament and how to study the Bible. This class will benefit believers in every stage of their walk with our Lord Jesus.

  • On Campus 
    10 Thursdays, 6:00 – 8:30 PM
  • August 24th – December 7, 2023
  • (BIB 421)
  • 2 Credits.

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Warren Becker, Ph.D.

Designed By God’s Grace

Psalm 139 indicates that God exquisitely designed each of us in our mother’s womb.  But are you aware that God has designed you to function best in a certain way in all areas of your life?  In Romans 12 the Apostle Paul discusses seven personal functional grace gifts.  In this course we will examine these seven gifts in detail to gain a better understanding of how God has designed and gifted us, and how we can use our individual God-given grace gift mix to bless and serve others, bring honor and glory to God, and understand others better.

  • On Campus: Tuesdays,  9:30am-12 Noon
  • August 22nd – September 19th
  • (MIN/CNS 454)
  • 1 credit. Includes materials fees
    Required Texts: Charles Stanley, Ministering Through Spiritual Gifts &
    Dr. Warren Becker’s The Way We Function Best
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Margaret Swinger, M.A.

Paul’s Letter to the Romans

Romans is considered the greatest exposition of Christian doctrine anywhere in Scripture. It is filled with great themes of redemption, the guilt of humankind and his inability to earn favor with God, the redeeming death of Christ, and the free gift of salvation to be received by faith alone.  The overall theme demonstrates God’s righteousness.  By His grace and power we are enabled to live a pattern of life consistent with God’s own nature.

Glenn & Beth Burns, Pastor

The 5 R’s of Healing: Rescue, Redeem, Rebuild, Restore, & Re-Send

The 5 R’s of healing will walk you through a step-by-step-biblical approach toward the healing
process.  This course will provide valuable resources and insights to equip individuals on their own healing journey as well as providing tools for healing others to include counselors, mentors, pastors, ministry leaders and life coaches.  While the principles in this course can apply to a variety of journeys, it is specifically designed to focus through a spiritual lens. 

Leo Bray, Pastor.

Hearing the Voice of God

Can a believer learn to hear from and communicate with God?  Yes we can, because the Bible says so. 
Take this study and the practicum session as we explore proven Biblical principles to accurately and effectively share the will of God in your community.  Each of you can learn to hear from God in ways that will instruct and encourage others.  1 Cor. 14:31.

David Hull, M. Div.

Jesus Christ in all the Scriptures        
This course is the first semester of a two-semester course on Christ-centered Bible study.  We will examine principles of interpretation, prophecies, types, shadows, Christophanies, symbols, themes, and more.  The Old Testament, from Genesis to Judges, will be the main area of this semester’s study. Students will be shown how Christ is revealed throughout the Bible and how to mine the Christ-centered treasures in Scripture for themselves.               

David Hull, M.Div.

The Book of Genesis

This book of beginnings is unique and vital to understanding the rest of the Scriptures. Patterns, prophecies, practices, and persons are all introduced in Genesis. This Christ-centered study will follow the “scarlet thread of redemption” from creation through the fall, the flood, the origin of languages and nations, and the lives of the patriarchs.The course will look at themes, outlines, concepts, foreshadowings and appearances of
Christ, chapter-by-chapter content, and more. 

David Hull, M. Div.

Bible Study Learning Lab

This course is for anyone who really wants to know how to study God’s word, not just teachers. Participants will gain hands-on experience in using Bible study tools and resources. The teacher will guide students through steps involved in Bible study and related tasks, from the simple to the more complex.  Assigned tasks will be adjusted to fit the real-life situations of the individual participants.  From many possibilities, we will work on a variety of student-and teacher-initiated Bible study projects.  These can range from word studies and delving into Bible   questions to the preparation of whole lesson or sermon series and more.  Get a behind-the-scenes look at how Bible students and teachers can study and prepare well.                                 

  • On Campus: Thursdays, 9:30 AM – 12 Noon or 6-8:30 PM
  • August 31st – November 16th, & 11/30th – 12/14, 2023
  • (BIB 620)
  • 3 credits.
  • Required Resources: Laptop Computer, or tablet and Bible software, such as Logos, Accordance, BibleWorks, or the Word (free).
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Warren Becker

Best Uses of Your Gifts in all of Life*

Did you know that your God-given grace gifts impact all of your relationships? This is a very practical course that will help you examine how your grace gift mix is impacted by significant life influences and how it impacts your relationships with God-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, your spouse, your children and grandchildren, your relationships at work, and your   relationships at church.
(Pre-requisite course: Designed by God’s Grace                                                                                    

Leo Bray, Pastor

The Holy Spirit: Functioning in His Spiritual Gifts

Who is the Holy Spirit, what are the gifts He empowers the believer to walk in today? 

“Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I would not have you ignorant.” 1 Cor.12:1.                                   

Judith Hawkins, J.D.

Minor Prophets with Major Messages for then and Now
The twelve books ending the Old Testament are referred to as the Minor Prophets. 
Written between about the 8th and 4th centuries BC, it is a collection of mostly short prophetic books written by Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi.  Their messages have a dual focus, speaking both to the Jewish people of old and to Christ’s followers in the last days of Earth’s history.  Some of the most familiar passages of Scripture were written by these Minor Prophets with major messages; for example, He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?  Micah 6:8.

  • On Campus: Thursdays 9:30 am – 12 Noon or 6:00 – 8:30 PM
  • September 28th – November 16th, & 11/30 – December 7th
  • (BIB 426)
  • 2 Credits.
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Seminars & Descriptions

Jeannette Storms, D. Min.

Spirit/Breath Prayers

Author Jeanette Storms expounds:

Breath and Spirit how do they relate? How can the Spirit as breath take you deeper in your prayer life? How can the Spirit as Creator energize your prayer life so your prayers don’t flow out of your own thoughts, reasonings and imaginations but out of the creative heart of God (Genesis 1:2 & 2:7)?

How can the Spirit help your intercessory and prayer life be more fruitful? What is the role that speaking in tongues play in an effective prayer? These are just some of the questions that will be addressed in this seminar. Jeannette will help you understand how impossible it is to be effective in prayer without the help of the Holy Spirit.

Jeannette has led 12 teams on prayer journeys to more than 20 countries and has ministered in 50 nations.
She founded two churches and pastored 10 years. Her teaching is not only experienced-based but is biblically and theologically sound. She holds a M.A. in Theology from Fuller Seminary and a D.Min. from Regent University. She is the author of two books, Connexion: Spiritual Growth Through Relational Prayer and Soaring Through Silence. Her chief joy is mentoring leaders and leading people into a personal experience with the Holy Spirit.

Get her new book Soaring Through Silence – The Power and Purpose of Silence

Mark Geppert, Rev. Author, Founder of SEAPC

For Businesses & Ministries: Blessing with a Purpose

In the course of seeing the Lord grow a ministry from a budget of $53.00 on the first year to a distribution of $3.5 million dollars per year today with a 3% overhead, we have seen several principles of Deuteronomy 8:18,
“For He has given you the power to get wealth that He may establish His covenant, which He swore to your fathers as it is today.” 

You will learn Seven Biblical principles that will empower you to earn more, to give more, and to
reach more than you ever dreamed. Living in the Logos, you will learn to hear the Rhema.  John. 15:7 and unimaginable power will be released in and through you. 

Mark Geppert is an world renown author, and founder of SEAPC (Southeast Asia Prayer Center). This Friday night and Saturday are more than a seminar!  This is an opportunity for you to glean from a world changer whose life and ministry is making a huge impact for the LORD. Please register early so we can make certain we have enough room for all who come! Please contact our office if you will be traveling from out of town.

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  • On Campus: Friday, November 10th, 7:00 to 9:00 PM & Saturday, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
  • (BMIN/MIS 361)
  • personal growth or .50 credit.
  • Mark is a global speaker, spots will fill up quickly….Save your spot & Register Today!

David Hull, M.Div.

The Book of Daniel

The book of Daniel is one of the most intriguing and mysterious books of the Bible. 
As a prophet, Daniel was like no other.  As a book, Daniel is like no other. Daniel’s
prophecies were extremely specific, but they seem not to have been specifically
addressed to his generation.  Its prophecies are more chronological than any other.
The book of Daniel connects the Old and new Testaments in a unique way.
For all of its clarity, many find the book baffling. The book reveals Jesus Christ
unlike any other Bible book. Discover treasures awaiting you in the fascinating
book of Daniel.


Thomas E. Smith, PhD., LCSW

Trauma Treatment
2 Credits.
This course defines trauma and its role in people’s problems and provides an overview of the treatment of trauma.
2 Credits.
The course provides an overview of mental health assessment, diagnostic tools, and relationship between biological, social, environmental, & cultural influences.

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How to Register

New Students: Please call the school Monday – Thursday, 9am – 5pm, or use the form on the contact us page.
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Returning Students: If you have not taken classes in 2022, please call to get a login for our new online learning platform. 

Current Students: You are currently enrolled and have taken classes in 2022. You can register directly from your student account!

Registration FAQs

Registration and tuition fees are due five business days before scheduled classes. (Registration is not official until the Registrar’s Office receives the semester registration form with payment. To register by mail, complete and mail the registration form with your tuition payment.

Enrollment at Tallahassee Christian College is contingent upon honoring relationships and covenants.  No grades will be issued for courses, nor will students be permitted to re-enroll, unless accounts are current.  Students are accountable for the courses in which they enroll and the assigned tuition and material fees.  Fees are to be paid during the semester in which classes are taken.

Students may attend classes on a full- or part-time basis.  Twelve undergraduate or nine graduate semester hours constitutes a normal full-time load.

An academic advisor must approve a course load of more than twelve undergraduate or nine graduate semester hours.  Students may not register for or receive credit for more than eighteen semester hours within one semester.  Core courses that receive below a grade of B (graduate) or C (undergraduate) must be repeated.

Students are expected to pace themselves to meet their deadlines and maintain a balanced life.  If the course load proves to be too great, students should consult an academic advisor about possible adjustments.

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