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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$89.00 $84.55(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)trainingfall2020
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 Sheree Hope, Student Experience DirectorFaculty Break RoomOngoing -- Start any time$0.00training
Student Break Room03-21-20Hosted by Sheree Hope, Student Experience DirectorA 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
New Testament Greek 1-A (LANG 412/612A-1) Fall 202008-24-20David Hull, M.Div.This course is the first half of first-year New Testament Greek. The New Testament of the Holy Bible was written in Greek, which is not the same as Classical, Byzantine, or Modern Greek. A sound understanding of this exquisite language provides one with the best and most direct access to the New Testament writings and to a better understanding of them. This course covers basic concepts, forms, functions, tools, and approaches useful in learning the language. The most common vocabulary words will be clearly identified and presented. Students will be guided through a reading in class of the first portion of the Gospel of John in Greek. The large verbal system, including participles and infinitives, will be covered in the second semester. All the other parts of speech will be introduced in distinct blocks in the first semester. The goal is to equip the student for a basic understanding of the Greek New Testament, with a concentration on the Greek nominal (noun) system. By the end of this first semester, one should be able to read approximately 75% of the Greek New Testament.15 Monday evenings$208.05$413.25(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)biblicallanguagesfall2020
Brain Science and Relational Joy II (CNS 471/505) Fall 202008-24-20Milt Dahl, M.A.R.N.There is no prerequisite for this course. This ten-week class begins with the teaching from Brain Science and Relational Joy I: · Research of multiple respected neuroscientists · presents cutting edge insights from brain · human development · traumatology · emotional regulation · motivation · interpersonal relation sciences while reinforcing scriptural teachings. Students will explore the 19 relational brain skills identified by Life Model Works. In addition to focusing on scriptural and scientific, lab exercises are built-in for application of the skills needed for leaders, teachers, healing professionals or anyone called to respond in life-giving ways to the challenge of restoring community and family. No science background is necessary. 10 Monday evenings$132.05$275.50(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)christiancounselingfall2020
History of the Development and Expansion of the Church (HIS 411/511) Fall 202008-25-20Jackie Wilson, M.S.Together we will examine the Judaic roots of the church and its expansion from Pentecost to the present. We will survey church doctrine and practices as well as the development of each church period. We will cover important Christian events that have shaped history and our faith, and survey the church’s effect on human life.15 Tuesday evenings$208.05$413.25(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)historyfall2020
I & II Corinthians (BIB 447/547) Fall 202008-25-20Margaret 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$132.05$275.50(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)biblicalstudiesfall2020
1&2 Samuel, 1&2 Kings, and 1&2 Chronicles (BIB 473/507) Fall 202008-25-20David Hull, M.Div.The books of I and II Samuel, I and II Kings, and I and II Chronicles comprise six of the twelve books of Old Testament history. They are extremely relevant for today, largely in a setting of tumultuous times with plenty of political and spiritual ups and downs for the Israelites. Most of the Old Testament books after them fit within their framework. These books present challenges for the student of God's Holy Word. They are lengthy, complex, and contain difficult chronological issues. We will seek to unravel difficulties and bring clarity and order to the understanding of this important section of Scripture. 15 Tuesday evenings$208.05$413.25(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)biblicalstudiesfall2020
Introduction to the Old Testament (BIB 300/600) AM Fall 202008-27-20David Hull, M.Div.The study of the Old Testament is not a dry, once-in-a-lifetime obligation to endure. It is mining for treasure in an incredibly rich field. The greatest treasure is the revelation of God Himself in the Old Testament. This course will be a survey of this revelation and will emphasize the mastery of Bible content and structure, knowledge of the historical framework of the Biblical period, and basic concepts of Biblical interpretation.15 Thursday mornings$208.05$413.25(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)biblicalstudiesfall2020
Introduction to the Old Testament (BIB 300/600) PM Fall 202008-27-20David Hull, M.Div.The study of the Old Testament is not a dry, once-in-a-lifetime obligation to endure. It is mining for treasure in an incredibly rich field. The greatest treasure is the revelation of God Himself in the Old Testament. This course will be a survey of this revelation and will emphasize the mastery of Bible content and structure, knowledge of the historical framework of the Biblical period, and basic concepts of Biblical interpretation.15 Thursday evenings$208.05$413.25(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)biblicalstudiesfall2020
Church Administration & Organizational Principles (MIN 456/556) Fall 202008-27-20Hardy Clayton, M.A.A course to build a comprehensive understanding of the administration of the local church using sound and universal principles in a biblical framework. The course will focus on the importance of quality management, a variety of fund raising approaches, proposal writing, seed capital, banking, building programs, special project funding, and how to manage finances and property.15 Thursday evenings$208.05$413.25(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)ministryfall2020
Application of Biblical Principles: Elephants in the Room (BIB 410) Fall 202009-15-20Jamie Nunnally, B.A.Students will learn how to address taboo topics and sensitive subjects with the Word of God and compassion. The agenda is not to dictate what students should believe about each subject. However, learners will be challenged to be able to defend what they believe with scripture and communicate those beliefs with humility. Students will attend weekly lectures and participate in discussion forums and/or short answer questions (SAQs) each week.10 Tuesday evenings$132.05$275.50(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)biblicalstudiesfall2020
Relate Well: Skills for Mature Relationships (CNS 435/511) Fall 202009-16-20Richard Marks, Ph.D.     Relate Well is a biblically sound and research based relationship skill program (developed by Dr. Marks) that teaches anyone how to have loving, caring and mature relationships. In this seminar you will learn the fundamentals for living the abundant life in your relationships.1 Wednesday$69.00(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)christiancounselingw-s2020
Emotional Intelligence & the Leader (MIN 453/510 CNS 453/510) Fall 202009-17-20Richard Marks, Ph.D.Good leaders are smart and have skills — but GREAT leaders are emotionally healthy as well. This leadership training seminar focuses on why people do what they do, and how leaders can learn to lead from a place of emotional intelligence and relational health — motivating greater movement and inspiration from others.1 Thursday$69.00 $65.55(Early-Bird Special - 5% discount until 8/23)christiancounselingorministryfall2020