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09-07-19Helping the Homeless, Hurting, and Hopeless (CNS375 MIN375) Fall 2019When 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. The various services available in our community to help those in need and a resource guide will be provided. Also included is a survey of laws pertaining to the homeless community.One Saturday morningGlenn and Beth Burns, $29.00 $27.55(Early Registration Special)christiancounseling ministryfall19 seminar
09-18-19Marketing Your Ministry (MIN360/560) Fall 2019Learn simple yet effective ways to use social media to reach people right where they are. See social media trends for 2020, and receive hands-on tips to improve your ministry's social presence in real time. This is a working seminar — so bring your laptop, tablet, or other social device of choice.One Wednesday morningL. Michelle Salvant$29.00 $27.55(Early Registration Special)ministryfall19
09-14-19Introduction to Microsoft Word (MIN102) Fall 2019Join us for three sessions that will assist you with creating professorial documents, such as essays, books, newsletters and more. Learn the ins and outs of Microsoft Word and start your journey to creating documents that express your message. We will build on the basic skills and move towards the advanced skills in word, such as creating mail merges, tables graphics, charts and more.3 Saturday morningsFelicia Rogers Shorter$89.00 $84.55(Early Registration Special)ministryfall19
09-11-19Emotional Intelligence and the Leader (MIN453 CNS453) Fall 2019Great leaders are both smart and emotionally healthy. This leadership training seminar will focus 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.One WednesdayRichard Marks, Ph.D., $59.00 $56.05(Early Registration Special)christiancounseling ministryfall19
08-29-19Introduction to Christian Theology (THE410/610) Fall 2019This course introduces students to what Thomas C. Oden refers to as the ancient ecumenical consensus of Christian teaching.  The structure follows the ancient baptismal creed, commonly called the Apostles' Creed, as students engage the basic beliefs of the Christian faith concerning God the Father, creation, Christian anthropology, Christology, soteriology, the Holy Spirit, ecclesiology, and eschatology.15 Thursday eveningsGilbert T. Crosby, D.Min.$208.05$403.75(Early Registration Special)theologyfall19
08-29-19Jesus Christ in All the Scriptures EVENING (BIB409A) Fall 2019From the book of Genesis to Revelation, the Bible is all about Jesus.  Learn how to mine the treasures of Scripture for yourself as we examine prophecies, types, shadows, Old Testament appearances of Christ, symbols, themes, and much more in this Christ-centered multi-media examination of the Bible.  This is the first part of a two-part course. 15 Thursday eveningsDavid Hull, M.Div.$208.05$403.75(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
08-27-19New Testament Greek 2-A (LANG412/612A) Fall 2019This course is the first half of second-year New Testament Greek. First-year Greek teaches forms and structures, while second-year Greek applies that knowledge. Students will be introduced to intermediate and advanced study resources, solidify their knowledge of beginning grammar, acquire competence in intermediate grammar, and be equipped to continue developing in knowledge and handling Greek beyond this course.15 Tuesday eveningsDavid Hull, M.Div.$208.05$403.75(Early Registration Special)biblicallanguagesfall19
08-27-19The Book of John (BIB343/443) Fall 2019 MORNINGJohn used a variety of techniques to communicate the nature of Jesus to his readers, including his citation of Jesus' seven "I Am" statements. Much of John's Gospel might be called the Book of Signs as it recounts Jesus performing miracles such as turning water into wine at Cana and raising Lazarus from the dead at Bethany, all illustrating Jesus' identity as the Son of God. Join us for this insightful study!10 Tuesday morningsMargaret Swinger, M.A.$146.30$289.75(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
08-27-19The Book of John (BIB343/443) Fall 2019 - EVENINGJohn used a variety of techniques to communicate the nature of Jesus to his readers, including his citation of Jesus' seven "I Am" statements. Much of John's Gospel might be called the Book of Signs as it recounts Jesus performing miracles such as turning water into wine at Cana and raising Lazarus from the dead at Bethany, all illustrating Jesus' identity as the Son of God. Join us for this insightful study!10 Tuesday eveningsMargaret Swinger, M.A.$146.30$289.75(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
08-27-19Jesus Christ in All the Scriptures (BIB409A) MORNING Fall 2019From the book of Genesis to Revelation, the Bible is all about Jesus.  Learn how to mine the treasures of Scripture for yourself as we examine prophecies, types, shadows, Old Testament appearances of Christ, symbols, themes, and much more in this Christ-centered multi-media examination of the Bible.  This is the first part of a two-part course. 15 Thursday morningsDavid Hull, M.Div.$208.05$403.75(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
08-26-19The Book of Genesis (BIB401/601) Fall 2019The book of beginnings is unique and vital to understanding the rest of Scripture, introducing patterns, prophecies, practices, and persons. This Christ-centered study follows the scarlet thread of redemption from creation through the fall, the flood, the origin of languages and nations, and the patriarchs' lives. It looks at themes, outlines, concepts, foreshadowings and appearances of Christ, chapter-by-chapter content, and more.15 Monday eveningsDavid Hull, M.Div.$208.05$403.75(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
08-26-19Brain Science and Relational Joy (CNS371/471) Fall 2019Neuroscience based, this course presents cutting edge insights from brain and human development, traumatology, emotional regulation, motivation, and interpersonal relation sciences while reinforcing scriptural teachings. It provides a scriptural and scientific background 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 necessary. TCCTC CONNECT competency required for credit students. Go to https://tcctc.org/courses-seminars/tutorial-for-tcctc-online/ to register for a free, self-paced introduction to using CONNECT.5 Monday eveningsMilt Dahl, MARN$65.55$137.75(Early Registration Special)christiancounselingfall19
07-20-19Share Your Faith --2019 Summer (BIB 551 or MIS 551) (July 20)Learn how to open doors through natural conversations that sow seeds and reap eternal fruit. This interactive workshop is designed to relieve the stress that is often associated with our mandate to fulfill the Great Commission, and will include ways we can live out the Great Commission in our various occupations and stations in life.1 SaturdayDavid Parrish, Director, International School of Theology & Leadership, $25.00$49.00biblicalstudies missions5-credit biblical-studies full-day missions saturday seminar summer
07-20-19Introduction to Christ-Centered Bible Study --2019 Summer (MIN 481 or CED 481)The Old Testament is not primarily about ancient Middle Eastern history, obscure events, or long, hard-to-pronounce foreign names. These provide background information for a much more important focus: Jesus Christ Himself! You do not have to wait to get to the New Testament to learn about Him. Learn about prophecies, foreshadowing, Christophanies, and much more. We will also look at how the New Testament views Christ. These few hours of introduction to genuine Christ-centered Bible study can revolutionize your whole view, understanding, and experience with Scripture. Come and learn more of what Paul referred to as God's Mystery, Christ Himself, in Whom are found all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. 1 SaturdayDavid Hull, M.Div., $25.00$49.00christianeducation ministry5-credit christian-education full-day ministry saturday seminar summer
07-01-19Learn and Teach the Bible with METACOLORS --2019 Summer (BIB 321/521 or MIN 312/512)METACOLORS is a simple, unified system for carrying out multiple tasks. It can be used to memorize, organize, analyze, visualize, write, speak, clarify, highlight, and display information. It will enhance your study aids, papers, lists, presentations, tables, charts, diagrams, posters, handouts, and other teaching materials in a meaningful way. Developed by the instructor, it is especially intended for learning and teaching the Bible in a unique and exciting way. 5 Monday eveningsDavid Hull, M.Div.$79.00$155.00biblicalstudiesorministry1-credit 5-week biblical-studies evening ministry monday summer
07-01-19Discipleship --2019 Summer (CNS 353/453 or MIN 344/444)The call of discipleship was not intended to be an impossible or overly complicated task. It is about aligning our values with the values of Jesus, which are revealed in the things He said and the way He lived. This class will challenge you to look at your life in view of the things most important to Jesus.5 Monday eveningsRev. Gene Strickland, M.Div.$69.00$145.00christiancounselingorministry1-credit 5-week counseling evening ministry monday summer
06-29-19Divine Guidance Experiencing God's Direction (BIB352 CNS351 MIN455)You may have a sincere desire to know God's will, but God has an even greater desire to give you His guidance.  We will investigate God's promises, the Biblical principles, the problems and challenges, and the purpose of Divine guidance.  In the class the stories of familiar Bible characters as well as the stories of seldom heard present day believers will inspire your faith in God's commitment to "direct your path."  Join us in discovering the rewarding spiritual adventure of being led by God.1 SaturdayStephen Storms, M.A., , $35.00$59.00biblicalstudies christiancounseling ministrysaturday seminar summer
06-27-19Bible Genealogy and Chronology --2019 Summer (BIB 303/403 or GEO 311/411)Imagine that someone discovered ancient tablets by an unknown person that gave us a genealogical and chronological record that goes back to the very beginnings of humanity. The world would hail that as one of the greatest archaeological finds ever. We already have that and much more in God's inspired Word. In fact, of the resources available around the world, only the Bible contains a chronology of events prior to a few hundred years B.C. Genealogy and chronology are inseparably linked in Scripture and are very worthwhile areas of Bible study. These two subjects provide a skeleton for the body of Scripture and serve the very special purpose of following the steadfast course from Adam to the ultimate destination, the Person of Jesus Christ. Students in this course will learn key concepts and gain intriguing insights to this area of study, diminishing the challenge that is sometimes presented when studying genealogy and chronology.5 Thursday eveningsDavid Hull, M.Div.$79.00$155.00missions1-credit 5-week biblical-studies evening genealogy summer thursday
06-25-19The Lord and His Armies --2019 Summer (BIB 313/413)We frequently read in the Bible of the LORD of Armies or the LORD of Hosts. Such terms emphasize the almighty power of God. The Apostle Paul speaks in the New Testament of fellow soldiers. The church is rightly viewed as the body of Christ and the bride of Christ, but in this course we will consider it as a special army of God. What are appropriate characteristics for Christian soldiers as individuals and for the church in community? We will focus on the traits of soldiers in I Chronicles 12 and the practical application for the church today.5 Tuesday eveningsDavid Hull, M.Div.$79.00$155.00missions1-credit 5-week biblical-studies evening summer tuesday
06-25-19Pastoral Ministry: How to Shepherd Biblically --2019 Summer (MIN 411/611)Your call to pastoral ministry is a noble one. An essential role of pastors is to feed and lead their congregation. This course will help you fulfill this aspect of your calling more effectively, presenting the basic training and skills that will enable you to function as a shepherd after God's heart (Psalm 78:70–72).5 Tuesday eveningsRev. Joseph W. Henderson, D.D.$69.00$145.00biblicalstudies1-credit 5-week eveing ministry summer tuesday
06-25-19The Book of Revelation --2019 Summer (BIB 266/466)Welcome to the mysterious revelation provided directly from Christ to the Apostle John on the Island of Patmos. What is John telling us? What do the seven churches represent? With everything that is happening now, where are we in an eschatological sense? It is amazing to know that there is more in the bible about Jesus' second coming than His first. In this course we will go through Revelation and see what we can piece together.5 Tuesday eveningsMark Mahoney, M.Div.$69.00$145.00missions1-credit 5-week biblical-studies eveing summer tuesday
06-22-19Share Your Faith --2019 Summer (BIB 551 or MIS 551) (June 22)Learn how to open doors through natural conversations that sow seeds and reap eternal fruit. This interactive workshop is designed to relieve the stress that is often associated with our mandate to fulfill the Great Commission, and will include ways we can live out the Great Commission in our various occupations and stations in life.1 SaturdayDavid Parrish, Director, International School of Theology & Leadership, $25.00$49.00biblicalstudies missions5-credit biblical-studies full-day missions saturday seminar summer
06-22-19Bible Study Basics --2019 Summer (BIB 321)Have you always wanted to get into the Bible but not known where to start? Begin your journey with the very first things you need to know. In this course we will look at the different kinds of Bibles and how to pick the right one for you. We will examine how to set up a personal plan for reading and studying God's Word, learn basic approaches and resources for learning the Scriptures, and be introduced to foundational matters to make quick progress in understanding the Bible.1 SaturdayDavid Hull, M.Div.$25.00$49.00biblicalstudies5-credit biblical-studies full-day saturday seminar summer
11-18-19Basics for Faculty about using TCCTC CONNECTThis tutorial contains resources that explain the basic functions of TCCTC CONNECT for faculty use.Self-pacedSue Isaac, TCCTC Library Coordinatortr
11-06-19Work as Worship (MIN449) Fall 2019Most of us worship on Sunday and work the rest of the week — but is that God’s plan for us? Aren't work and worship mutually exclusive? Shouldn't faith and business be separate? How effective can work as worship be in a secular world? Explore how these seemingly different concepts can (and should) become one.One Wednesday morningRicky Harper$29.00 $27.55(Early Registration Special)ministryfall19
11-23-19Worldview (THE461 MIS461) Fall 2019Worldview may be the most important basket of information that Christians in the modern era can engage, outside of our own faith. Information and transportation technology put us in proximity to people and ideas that are more diverse than ever before. Two problems result. First, we may easily become confused and hesitant concerning our own faith. Secondly, it is more difficult to be a witness to that vast sea of people who have other faiths. This seminar lays a foundation to help Christians solve both of these.One SaturdayFreddy Davis, D.Min., $59.00 $56.05(Early Registration Special)missions theologyfall19
11-02-19The Church in the New Testament (MIN304) Fall 2019The New Testament church was a church in action! It faced great challenges and overcame them all by the power and guidance of the Lord! Do we study the New Testament then turn away unchanged? How was the church of the first century different from the church of the twenty-first century? Do we trust the Lord enough to put into practice the lessons to be learned from examining this unique book from God? Learn how the New Testament still has relevant principles to be applied in today's church.One Saturday morningDavid Hull, M.Div.$29.00 $27.55(Early Registration Special)ministryfall19
11-11-19Paul's Epistle to the Romans (BIB445) Fall 2019Paul summarizes his epistle to the Romans in 1:16, but what exactly does he mean when he calls the gospel The power of God for salvation?  Why does Paul mention that he is not ashamed of it?  What is the significance of its being first for the Jew and then also for the Greek? These and more questions are explored in this intensive, yet immensely practical study. 5 Monday eveningsKent Young$65.55$137.75(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
10-07-19Introduction to Public Speaking (MIN349/549) Fall 2019Don't let the fear of public speaking hold you back. In the course you will improve your skills and gain confidence when speaking before small or large groups.  All ages and skill levels welcome.10 Monday eveningsJoyce Morgan, Ph.D.$141.55$285.00(Early Registration Special)ministryfall19
10-04-19Finding and Living Out God's Purpose for My Life (CNS331/431) Fall 2019Why am I here? What is God's purpose and plan for me? What are my roles and goals? Do you believe Jesus loves you but everybody else has a plan for your life? What values do you bring to your decisions? This seminar will focus on four points: 1) Knowing God's purpose. 2)Knowing your part in that purpose. 3) Prayer and practice according to that purpose. 4) Partnerships in purpose (career, marriage and other choices). This seminar will be followed by an optional prayer walk.Friday evening + Saturday morningMark Geppert, founder: SEAPC$59.00 $56.05(Early Registration Special)christiancounselingfall19
10-30-19What the Bible Says About . . . (BIB491) Fall 2019Certain topics evoke strong opinions and rigorous discussion. But what does the Bible say about these subjects? This seminar will offer an examination of the scriptures that speak to four important subjects in our culture today: end of life issues, abortion, sexuality, and women in ministry. It's not about changing opinions, but letting the Bible shape our opinions.One Wednesday morningTravis Boline, D.Min$29.00 $27.55(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
10-03-19Walk Thru the Bible Old Testament (BIB231) Fall 2019Experience a method of learning the history of the Old Testament that incorporates three learning styles (visual, auditory and kinesthetic) to help you remember various characters and main events.One Thursday morningKay Campbell-Williams, M.A.$20.00 $19.00(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
10-24-19Translating Love (CNS382) Fall 2019This seminar explores new ways of knowing, experiencing, and expressing God's love. We often do not know how to translate God's magnificent love in our everyday experiences. Join us as we explore, learn, and find practical application of this wonderful reality.One Thursday Michael Wogsland, et al.$59.00 $56.05(Early Registration Special)christiancounselingfall19
10-23-19The Sacred Exchange (CNS362) Fall 2019Inner Healing touches us in our deepest suffering and pain. When we have been deeply wounded through past experiences we carry the memories and the feelings associated with those experiences. These painful memories can damage our emotions, crippling us in every area of our life. The Sacred Exchange is designed to evoke self-examination in the light of Jesus' healing mission for liberating and restoring found in Isaiah 61.One WednesdayLinda Strickland$59.00 $56.05(Early Registration Special)christiancounselingfall19
10-02-19Life After D-Day: Death, Divorce, Debt (CNS373/573) Fall 2019Explore basic principles from the Grief Recovery Method to help people move beyond the pain of grief caused by any loss. We will examine the myths and misinformation about the Stages of Grief and participate in role playing to make the class information come alive.One Wednesday morningMarjorie Beasley, C.G.R.S.$29.00(Early Registration Special)christiancounseling
10-16-19God and Government (MIN560) Fall 2019Many say that the best way to avoid arguments is not to talk about religion and politics. We'll look into both and get a behind-the-scenes look at what God is doing in and among our state leaders. We'll hear from people involved in ministry and get a picture of what God is doing personally and legislatively in the lives of those who work there. Join us to hear good news about our government and how you can support Godly leaders.One Wednesday morningTim Perrier$29.00 $27.55(Early Registration Special)ministryfall19
10-10-19Becoming a Whole Person (THE316 CNS313) Fall 2019How did God design me?  What is my purpose?  What is the effect of the fall?  What is the significance of regeneration?  What are the different functions of body, soul, spirit, conscience, heart, mind, will, and emotion?  What is the difference in transformation, sanctification, conformation, glorification, regeneration, salvation, and renewing? Join us as we discover the answer to these questions and more!9 Thursday eveningsLowell Jackson, M.A., $132.05$275.50(Early Registration Special)christiancounseling theologyfall19
10-10-19Walk Thru the Bible New Testament (BIB230) Fall 2019Experience a method of learning the history of the New Testament that incorporates three learning styles (visual, auditory and kinesthetic) to help you remember various characters and main events.One Thursday morningKay Campbell-Williams, M.A.$20.00 $19.00(Early Registration Special)biblicalstudiesfall19
Student Tutorial for TCCTC CONNECTThis 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$0.00trnon-credit

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