Courses & Seminars
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Courses & Descriptions
Genesis, the book of beginnings, is unique and vital to understanding the rest of the Scriptures. Patterns, prophecies, practices, and persons are all introduced in Genesis. This Christ-centered study will follow the “scarlet thread of redemption” from creation through the fall, the flood, the origin of languages and nations, and the lives of the patriarchs. The course will look at themes, outlines, concepts, fore-shadowing’s and appearances of Christ, chapter-by-chapter content, and more.
- Mondays 6pm – 8:30pm
- August 30th & September 13th – December 13th
- BIB 401/601
From the Book of Genesis to the Book of Revelation, the Bible is all about Jesus. Learn how this is true as we examine prophecies, types, shadows, Old Testament appearances of Christ, symbols, themes, and much more in this Christ-centered multimedia examination of the Bible. Learn how to mine the treasures of Scripture for yourself. This class is the first of a two-semester course.
- Tuesdays 6pm – 8:30pm
- August 31st – December 7th
- BIB 409 A
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. Text: The Search for Significance, Robert S. McGee, 2003 edition (available in Kindle)
- Tuesdays 9:30am – Noon
- August 31st – December 7th
- CNS 535
The book of Hebrews was written to remind and convince readers of the sufficiency and superiority of Christ, to warn them of the danger of drifting away from Christ, and to exhort them to faithfulness. Hebrews speaks to the temptation of Christians in looking back longingly to a former religion, the pull of an old lifestyle, materialism, or the cultural cult of self-worship. Hebrews speaks to this temptation with the clear message that only Christ brings salvation, only Christ brings forgiveness, and only Christ satisfies. He alone deserves our adoration, worship, and praise.
- Tuesdays 6pm – 8:30pm
- August 31st – November 2nd
- BIB 358/558
“Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a worker who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15, NASV) This course is an introduction to the interpretation of the Bible. Reliable principles for the study, interpretation, and application of Scripture will be presented along with suggested study resources. Textbook: Exegetical Fallacies by D.A. Carson
- Thursday’s, 9:30am – Noon or 6pm – 8:30pm
- September 2nd – November 18th & December 2nd – December 16th
- BIB 322/522
This class will teach Pastors and Ministers to develop a leadership pipeline that reaches unchurched millennials and disciple them into ministry leaders who plant new ministries. The following topics will be discussed:
1) Why millennials are good leaders.
2) 5 new values that shape their world view.
3) Modernism versus Postmodernism.
4) A New paradigm for Evangelism that works today.
5) How to use social media to reach Millennials.
6) 3 shifts to make in your preaching to connect with this generation.
7) How to create discipleship environments which they will flock to and stay
8) The LGBTQ conversation, i.e. the theological frame work for approaching biblical sexuality, move beyond behavior management to wholeness in Christ, and how to deal with same-sex attraction in the Church.
- Mondays 6pm – 8:30pm
- September 20th – November 22nd
- This class is offered through a special agreement with a local ministry and will be charged at $400 for 2 semester credit
- CNS 545 or MIN 545
Develop a deeper authenticity in prayer as you, a special creation, learn to pray as only you can. This class is designed to equip and enable each person to:
1) Promote a lifestyle of prayer.
2) Develop the tools that are needed to apply prayer to every life situation.
3) Walk grounded in His Word and stand firmly in His authority.
- Thursdays 9:30am – Noon
- September 2nd – September 30th
- MIN 350 or THE 311
If hearing God has seemed challenging, Dr Jarmon invites you to explore a more intimate relationship with Him, one that can make hearing Him – His will, His heart, and His voice – your ongoing experience. Discover how you can listen with greater confidence, clarity, and discernment. Discerning the Voice of God Workbook by Priscilla Shirer, LifeWay Press.
- Tuesdays, 6pm – 8:30pm
- October 5th – November 2nd
- MIN 550 or THE 530
This course explores the etiology, theoretical considerations and therapeutic counseling modalities from a biblically sound perspective. Focus will be in understanding the addictive personality, family system of addictions, and the role of unmet relational needs in addictions.
- 2 Fridays and Saturdays, 9:30am – 4:30 pm
- November 5th – 6th & November 19th – 20th
- CNS 463/643
Seminars & Descriptions
Adventures in Marriage (AIM) is a skill-based marriage enrichment seminar to take your marriage to the next level. Most couples do not know “how” to be married. AIM helps couples discover better ways to meet needs, communicate, resolve conflict, express anger, avoid dirty fighting and understand how their personality styles impact relationships for better or worse. Fun, practical, and easy to learn, AIM is appropriate for couples at ANY age or stage. The marriage communication program is designed to reach couples across the spectrum – from happy and highly motivated to struggling and highly stressed. AIM incorporates the latest research to provide specific, practical skills for a successful marriage. According to a recent study by FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, AIM is the most effective marriage program IN AMERICA. Come learn how to create the marriage you have always wanted with the spouse you already have!
- Three sessions: 1) October 1st, 6pm – 9pm. 2) October 2nd, 9am – 3:30pm. *lunch included. 3) October 30th, 9am – noon.
- Cost is Free: Register at Life: https://aimclasses.org/detail/tallahassee/tallahassee-christian-college-training-center/1913
- MIN 402S or CNS 402S
Are you ready to move on with your writing aspirations? Your class with Sherry Anderson will help stir your creativity, improve your skills, and give you strategic steps to move forward in your writing projects. Get motivated once again. Sherry founded Writers Aglow in 2007 and has a passion to help writers fulfill their dreams. Check out her website: writersaglow.com.
- Saturday Seminar, 9:30am – 1:30pm
- October 9th
- MIN 476S
Learn to blog or improve what you are already doing. Discover how to find your niche, use a hook, tension, and good content to reach and keep your audience. Find out how to use social media to effectively promote your blog. Learn where to get stunning free images to use. Sherry will share some great advice, tips, and techniques.
- Saturday Seminar, 9:30am – 1:30pm
- October 16th
- MIN 477S
Do you have any Bible questions? Most of us do. Bring them with you. The Bible has lots of answers, but sometimes it takes some guidance to find them. This is a seminar in which the students set the agenda. I don’t claim to know all the answers, but I can help you with finding them. More importantly, we all need to know more about the One Who does have all the answers. Together we can get some answers and learn better how to seek out some others that God has revealed to us in His Holy Word.
- Saturday 9:30am – 1:30pm
- October 23rd
- BIB 448S or CED 349S
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.
- Thursday Seminar 9:30am – 4:30pm. Lunch Included
- November 4th
- Relate Well Certification and Leaders Guide is an additional $50
- CNS 435S
Perhaps you have heard the expression, “It’s not a matter of life and death – it’s more important than that.” That fits the subject of salvation. For something that relates to our eternal destinies, it is remarkable that on the one hand, some people show little interest in learning more about the subject. On the other hand, some are quite passionate about the issue, but teach a wide variety of approaches to being saved. Is it not a serious matter that one learns and teaches accurately what Scripture has to say? In this seminar, we will stay strictly with what the Bible says on the subject. What does God’s Word say? Come join us for this one-topic Bible study.
- Saturday, 9:30am – 1:30pm
- Novemeber 6th
- BIB 302S or THE 416S
Discover a method of prayer that is simple in execution yet profound in implication! Intercession will be intensified for spiritual awakening in our city as you experience first-hand the power of prayer and prayer walking in Tallahassee. We can’t always control personal circumstances, but we can change our environment through prayer. Learn from one who has over 30 years of experience at home and in over 30 countries; a person who lives what he has written. Rev. Geppert is a master communicator, radio and television host, and the author of Attack Lambs, A Faith to Die For, Every Place Your Foot Shall Tread, Bridges: Getting from A to B, and Stepping Stones.
- Friday, 7pm – 9pm & Saturday, 9:30am – 1:30pm
- November 12th – November 13th
- MIN 517S/MIS 517S
How to Register
Returning Students: If you have not taken classes in 2021, please call to get a login for our new online learning platform.
Current Students: You are currently enrolled and have taken classes in 2021. You can register directly from your student account!
Registration and tuition fees are due five business days before scheduled classes. (Registration is not official until the Registrar’s Office receives the semester registration form with payment. To register by mail, complete and mail the registration form with your tuition payment.
Enrollment at Tallahassee Christian College is contingent upon honoring relationships and covenants. No grades will be issued for courses, nor will students be permitted to re-enroll, unless accounts are current. Students are accountable for the courses in which they enroll and the assigned tuition and material fees. Fees are to be paid during the semester in which classes are taken.
Students may attend classes on a full- or part-time basis. Twelve undergraduate or nine graduate semester hours constitutes a normal full-time load.
An academic advisor must approve a course load of more than twelve undergraduate or nine graduate semester hours. Students may not register for or receive credit for more than eighteen semester hours within one semester. Core courses that receive below a grade of B (graduate) or C (undergraduate) must be repeated.
Students are expected to pace themselves to meet their deadlines and maintain a balanced life. If the course load proves to be too great, students should consult an academic advisor about possible adjustments.
The Registrar’s Office is the official custodian of permanent academic records of all past and currently enrolled students at Tallahassee Christian College. Students should consult with this office regarding questions concerning registration records, dropping and adding courses, cancellation of registration, admission applications, withdrawals, financial arrangements, and course locations and meeting times. Any changes should be reported to the Registrar’s Office (e.g.: permanent and local address, name, social security, enrollment status, selection of major and minor areas of study, etc.). Transcripts are also requested from this office.