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Microsoft PowerPoint (TR 103) Fall 202010-01-20Felicia Rogers ShorterJoin us as we take a journey through the ins and outs of using Microsoft PowerPoint. Learn skills that will assist you when creating a PowerPoint to aid in presenting your message to the World.  A sampling of topics that will be covered are creating presentations from templates or blank slides, adding animations, adding transitions, working with graphics or charts, set timings to slides and running your slide show.  Helpful Presentation tips will also be shared.  Creating weekly PowerPoint presentations will allow you to practice your newly learned skills.5 Thursday evenings$89.00trainingfall2020
Book of Ephesians (BIB449) Fall 202010-10-20David Hull, M.Div.The Apostle Paul wrote the letters to the Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon from prison toward the end of his life.  They are Paul’s “Prison Epistles.”  They contain his teaching on some of the New Testament’s grandest themes and some of its most useful principles affecting the life and ministry of the church.  This stand-alone course is on Ephesians, the longest of the four.  Ephesians has been described in numerous superlative terms, such as “The Queen of Paul’s Epistles.”  We will work from the general to the specific, to give the student a more confident grasp of the book, first over-all, then more detailed.  This class will deal briefly with background matters, but will primarily be a textual and practical study of the book.  1 Saturday morning$29.00biblicalstudiesfall2020
Philippians, Colossians, & Philemon (BIB450) Fall 202010-24-20David Hull, M.Div.The Apostle Paul wrote the letters to the Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon from prison toward the end of his life.  They are Paul’s “Prison Epistles.”  They contain his teaching on some of the New Testament’s grandest themes and some of its most useful principles affecting the life and ministry of the church.  This stand-alone course is on the three shortest of them, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon.  We will work from the general to the specific, to give the student a more confident grasp of each book, first over-all, then more detailed.  This class will deal briefly with background matters, but will primarily be a textual and practical study of these books.  1 Saturday morning$29.00biblicalstudiesfall2020
Book of James BIB459 Fall 202011-14-20David Hull, M.Div.The book of James is the first of the “General Epistles.” They are general because they are not addressed to a specific congregation or individual. They are relevant for everyone, in so far as context indicates. In these troublesome times that is especially true for the book of James, which takes up in 1:2-3 with, “Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance.” This unique book deals with a variety of important issues, such as faith and works, suffering and steadfastness. James gives forthright, valuable nuggets of practical guidance for all Christians. Come join us for a study of this book so appropriate for our times.1 Saturday morning$29.00biblicalstudiesfall2020
Increasing Your Capacity for God (CNS/MIN448) Fall202011-20-20Mark Geppert, founder of SEAPCWe explore the fruit and gifts of the Holy Spirit, the Promise of the Father, the Promise to Israel, and the key to Abiding Presence. This seminar was given to me in an instant when an Israeli taxi driver said, "This is the Promise Land, but what is the Promise?"1 Friday evening & 1 Saturday morning (in-person, location TBA)$29.00christiancounselingorministryfall2020
Basics for Faculty about using TCCTC CONNECT11-30-20Sue Isaac, CONNECT CoachThis tutorial contains resources that explain the basic functions of TCCTC CONNECT for faculty use.Self-paced -- start any timetraining
Faculty Break Room and CONNECT Guide11-30-20Hosted by Sue Isaac, CONNECT CoachFaculty Break RoomOngoing -- Start any time$0.00training
The Way We Function Best: Toward a Greater Understanding of How God Gifted Us (MIN or CNS 453) Fall 202011-05-20Warren E. Becker, Ph.D.Do you realize that, according to Psalm 139, God designed you to function best in a certain way?  This course examines the functional grace gifts listed in Romans 12:3-8 to help you gain a better understanding of how God designed and gifted us.  Learn how to function more efficiently and how to use your grace gifts to bless and serve others. 5 Thursday evenings (on campus), $84.00$160.00christiancounseling ministryfall2020
Student Break Room03-21-20Hosted by Sue Isaac, CONNECT CoachA free online space for students and alumni to CONNECT with each other!Ongoing$0.00miscellaneous
Student Tutorial for TCCTC CONNECT06-10-20Sue Isaac, CONNECT CoachThis course helps students get ready to participate in the online portions of classes at TCCTC. Students proceed at their own pace and move on to new activities as they master the previous ones.Begin any time. Work at your own pace.$0.00trainingnon-credit
I & II Corinthians (BIB 447/547) Fall 202009-15-20Margaret Swinger, M.A.These Epistles are timely for the Church today, both to instruct and to inspire. Most of the questions and problems that confronted the church at Corinth are still with us today: problems like immaturity, instability, divisions, jealousy and envy, lawsuits, marital difficulties, sexual immorality and misuses of spiritual gifts. Yet in spite of this concentration on problems, I & II Corinthians contain some of the most familiar and beloved chapters in the entire Bible.10 Tuesday evenings$139.00$290.00biblicalstudiesfall2020