Available courses

In John 13-14, Jesus spoke to His disciples about His impending departure. The disciples were bewildered, yet wanted to understand Jesus' words. Our Lord Jesus explained and encouraged His disciples by reassuring them that He would ask the Father to send another Helper to be with them in His absence. Join our study of the Helper, the Spirit of truth, as we discover His character and direct activity within our lives. He is a Person of our blessed Holy Trinity. Come with expectancy!

Course Numbers: BIB418/618 or THE321

Day/Date: Five Thursdays, Jan. 18 – Feb. 15, 2018

Time: 9:30 a.m. – Noon

Tuition for Personal Growth: $59

Tuition for 1 Semester Credit and/or 12 CEUs: $110

Optional Technology Fee: $15 (for registered students only)

15 Tuesdays, 1/16/18–4/24/18; 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

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.

Research shows that approximately 44% of the writings in the New Testament are about how we get along with one another. Jesus taught and stressed the importance of reconciliation. Then He himself reconciled us with the Father. This "must" be the foundation of all relationships.Students will study some of these biblical concepts in an academic setting to better understand how to apply them in our daily relationships. The coursework for this topic is dedicated to exploring some of the key components to a successful, Godly marriage and other relationships. Students discuss realistic issues and solutions provided through assignments and activities to learn how to create and maintain a redemptive atmosphere.