Church Planting – 2 hours
An introduction of the essential principles of starting and multiplying New Testament churches in the diverse North American context. This course will establish the biblical, spiritual, and strategic foundations for church planting. Students will be assisted in selecting and developing the church planting models that are best suited to them in light of their calling, giftedness and especially, their context. An optional practicum may be available May 15-19 for additional credit.
Worship – 2 hours
This course presents the importance and nature of public worship, giving attention to the biblical directives for worship; the theology of worship; the development of skills in leading worship services; and the appropriate use of music and other media in worship.
College & Seminary Level
Theology of Marriage, Singleness, Offspring, and Family – 2 hours
This course explores marriage, singleness, offspring, and family from the perspective of the biblical redemptive-historical storyline. The course engages contemporary theological questions, with a focus on effectively engaging contemporary challenges on marriage and family faced by pastors and Christian leaders.
These courses are only offered for in-person learning.
Tuition for those taking courses for credit:
You can also attend as an Audit Student or an Occasional Student.
Recognized by the Province of Alberta. Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), click here to learn more, and the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), learn more here.