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08/28/2018Introduction to Christian Counseling CNS535

Fifteen Tuesdays, 8/28–12/4; 9:30AM–12:00PM

Christian Counseling can include a range of skills from peer-based life coaching to professional clinical care. In this course we will focus on understanding how God has designed us with the inherent need for relationship with Him and with other people. The course will explore the common causes for spiritual and relational issues as well as the tools and skills necessary to overcome personal and relational brokenness.

#CNS535

$219 for personal growth
$365 for 3 semester credits &/or 37 CEUs
Materials included.

TEXTS: The Search for Significance, 2003 edition, Robert S. McGee,  (it is available in a Kindle edition).

Relationships for Life, Richard Marks, Ph.D. (available at Amazon or through instructor). 

 

Fifteen Tuesday morningsBob Garment, M.Div.$219.00$365.00christiancounselingfall
11/08/2018Helping the Homeless, Hurting, and Hopeless CNS375 MIN375

Taught by Glenn and Beth Burns, Good Samaritan Network

When you encounter a homeless or needy person, how do you respond?  This seminar will give you tools and resources to address their need, and yours.  Students will become aware of the various services available in our community to help those in need and a resource guide will be provided.  The seminar will also include a survey of laws pertaining to the homeless community.

Thursday, November 8;  9:30AM–1:30PM

#CNS 375/MIN 375

$15 for personal growth
$25 for .25 semester credit &/or 5 CEUs

One ThursdayGlenn & Beth Burns, Good Samaritan Network, $15.00$25.00christiancounseling ministryfall seminar
10/04/2018Forgiveness CNS 205

Taught by Jimmie Smith Jones

Forgiveness is a journey that requires effort, time, perseverance and prayer.  This course will equip you with the skills and tools to unleash the power of God’s Word on forgiveness.  We will go on a journey that searches the depths of our souls to break chains and to set the captives free — captives within us and around us.  Together we will experience a new level of living, peace, and joy.

Five Thursdays: 10/4–11/1;  6–8:30PM

#CNS 205

$64  for personal growth
$115 for 1 semester credit &/or 10 CEUs
Includes all materials.

Text: Bring your Bible.

Five Thursday eveningsJimmie Smith Jones$64.00$115.00christiancounselingfall
10/08/2018Introduction to Public Speaking MIN349/549

Taught by Joyce W. Morgan, Ph.D.

Everyone can benefit from improved communication skills. This course is designed for anyone who communicates the Christian message, whether as a Sunday school teacher or layperson. Don’t let the fear of public speaking hold you back. You can improve your public speaking skills and gain confidence when speaking before small or large groups.  All ages and skill levels are welcome.

Ten Mondays: 10/8–12/10;  6–8:30PM

#MIN349/549

$119 for personal growth
$220 for 2 semester credits
All materials provided.

 

Ten Monday eveningsJoyce W. Morgan, Ph.D.$119.00$220.00ministryfall
10/08/2018Helping Me, Helping Others Move Through the Pain of Grief and Loss CNS115/415

Taught by Marjorie Beasley, Grief Recovery Specialist

This course teaches an action program for helping people move beyond the pain caused by death, divorce, and other losses, including health, career, and faith.  Students will put into practice, from the head to the heart, the compassionate meaning of 2 Corinthians 1:3-4, “All praise to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.  God is our merciful Father and the source of all comfort.  He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others.  When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us.”  

Five Mondays: 10/8–11/5; 6–8:30PM

#CNS115/415

$59  for personal growth
$110 for 1 semester credit &/or 12 CEUs

Text: Available for $15 the 1st night of class:  The Grief Recovery Handbook, 20TH Edition, by John W. James & Russell Friedman ISBN 978-0-06-168607

Five Monday eveningsMarjorie Beasley, Grief Rec. Spec.$59.00$110.00christiancounselingfall
11/09/2018Growing Your Business / Ministry MIN449 MIS449

Taught by Mark Geppert, Founder SEAPC

Seven principles, when applied, will bring exponential results in the spiritual and financial growth of the ministry or business with which you have been entrusted.  Grow in depth and breadth as you establish your ministry base, develop resources, learn to intercede, and focus on discipleship with a purpose.  The class will include outreach as well as evaluating and sustaining the work you are called to do.

PLEASE NOTE THESE REVISED DATES:
Friday & Saturday: Nov. 9 & 10; Fri. 7–9PM, Sat. 9AM–1PM

#MIN 449/MIS 449

$25 for personal growth
$49 for .50 semester credit

Suggested Text:  Bridges, by Mark Geppert.  Available at TCCTC or seapc.org

One Friday evening and one Saturday morningMark Geppert, Founder SEAPC, $25.00$49.00ministry missionsfall seminar
10/18/2018Walk Thru the Bible New Testament BIB230

Taught by Kay Campbell Williams, M.A.

Do you study the Bible according to your own personal learning style:  visual, auditory or kinesthetic?  Experience a method of learning the New Testament that incorporates all three learning styles to help you remember various characters and main events.

Thursday, October 18; 9:30AM–1:30PM

#BIB230

$17 audit fee includes the Walk Thru the Bible Study Guide.

One ThursdayKay Campbell Williams, M.A.$17.00biblicalstudiesfall seminar
10/18/2018Islam Unveiled MIS451 MIN431

Taught by Trent Wheeler

Islam Unveiled discusses the biblical background of the Middle East crisis, the historic roots of Islam, the fundamental teachings of the different sects, and how Christianity can engage the Islamic community.

Thursday, October 18; 9:30AM–4:30PM

#MIS451/MIN 431

$25  for personal growth.  $49 for .50 semester credit

One ThursdayTrent Wheeler, $25.00$49.00ministry missionsfall seminar
10/27/2018Christ in the Constitution: The Biblical Roots of Our Founding Documents HIS315

Taught by Bob Garment, M.Div.

Explore the influence of Christianity on the founding documents of the United States.  In an era of revisionist history, challenges to the spiritual heritage of America abound.  Students delve into the wording, themes, and source material of the actual documents which formed our nation  and examine the intent and beliefs of the founders in their own words.  Topics include the personal faith of key founders, an analysis of the Biblical themes woven into the Declaration of Independence and Constitution, an introduction to the purpose of the Bill of Rights, and a review of key interpretations of the Constitution.

Saturday, October 27; 9AM–1PM

#HIS315

$15 for personal growth
$25 for .25 semester credit

One SaturdayBob Garment, M.Div.$15.00$25.00historyfall seminar
11/01/2018You Are God's Masterpiece: Discovering Your True Identity in Christ CNS438

Taught by Linda Strickland

We are all born into this world pure and clean, but then something happens.  Dysfunctional families, trauma, suffering, on-going sin, disappointment, incorrect teaching — just to name a few — can have an enormous impact on how we view God, how we see ourselves, and how a false-self is formed.  In this seminar we will explore who God is, who God says we are, and the healing journey back to our true and authentic self.

Thursday, November 1; 9:30AM–4:30PM

#CNS438

$25  for personal growth
$49 for .50 semester credit & or 6 CEUs

One ThursdayLinda Strickland$25.00$49.00christiancounselingfall seminar
11/08/2018Living the Great Commission MIN303/503 MIS/251

Taught by David Parrish, Director International School of Theology and Leadership

Great movements of God begin with a call.  Why did God send Moses to Egypt to free His people?  Why did Nehemiah rebuild the wall?  Why did God send Jesus into the world?  This interactive class includes questions and answers relating to the why, where, when, who and how of our various roles in the calling of God.  Students learn God’s part and our part, local and global outreach, and the Biblical view of the Great Commission.  We will discuss ways we can live out the Great Commission in our various occupations and stations in life.

Five Thursdays: 11/8–15 & 11/29–12/13

#MIN303/503/MIS/251

$59  for personal growth
$110 for 1 semester credit

Five Thursday eveningsDavid Parrish, Dir. IST&L, $59.00$110.00ministry missionsfall
11/10/2018How to Memorize Scripture BIB424/624

Taught by David Hull, M.Div.

There is more to learning than memorizing, but memorizing is essential to the learning process.  As disciples of the Master Teacher, there is much about the Christian life that involves learning and remembering.  It is most useful for Bible students, and preachers and teachers to have a quick and accurate recall of Scripture references, memory verses, and much more.  This course is designed and intended to be immensely practical.  We will give careful attention to obstacles, principles, attitudes, skills, tools, and many other matters that affect our success at memorizing.  The instructor’s personally-designed, color-coded system will be presented.

Saturday, November 10; 9AM–4PM

#BIB424/624/CED350/650

$25 for personal growth
$49 for 1 semester credit

One SaturdayDavid Hull, M.Div., $25.00$49.00biblicalstudies christian-education
08/27/2018Intro Microsoft Office Suite TR101

Instructor: Felicia Rogers Shorter

This introductory training class is
designed for individuals to have an opportunity to learn Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Students will learn how to use Word, create PowerPoint presentations and organize numerical and text data using Excel.

Bring your laptop.

(TR 101) 5 wks, Mon. 8/27 & 9/10-10/1,
6:30-8:30pm.

For personal growth only, $49.

Five Monday EveningsFelicia Rogers Shorter$49.00trainingfall
07/03/2018Student Tutorial for TCCTC CONNECT

This 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.Sue Isaac, TCCTC Library Coordinator$0.00training
11/11/2018Basics for Faculty about using TCCTC CONNECT

This tutorial contains resources that explain the basic functions of TCCTC Online for faculty use.

 

Self-pacedSue Isaac, TCCTC Library Coordinatortraining

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