Perhaps you have always wanted to take some Bible classes, but work, family, or caring for others were more of a priority. Now, though, you have a few extra hours, and you want to take a class to dig deeper into the Word of God. Maybe you are transitioning careers and want to see if ministry is right for you. Maybe you are in high school or home school and wish to try out a college class. You are in the right place!
Our Community Course Program is designed for students (17 years old and above) who are curious about their faith and want to be challenged by ministry at a new level. These courses are offered at a discount of over 75%.
Students who are participating in a Community Course can choose between credit ($100 per credit hour) and non-credit ($50 per hour) options; all will pay a $25 administrative fee. Online courses may only be taken for credit. Only one course (two-hour or three-hour) may be taken at this rate each semester. Please contact us if you have further questions: 402-935-9400 or email@example.com.
Old Testament Seminar: Job taught by Dr. Eric Smith (11:00-11:50a)
Spiritual Formation of an Artist taught by Rory Noland (2:10-5:00p; Wednesdays only; selected weeks)
Seminar: Parables of Jesus taught by Dr. Mark Krause (8:00-9:20a)
Audio Technology taught by Barry Stackhouse (1:10-2:30p)
Preaching the New Testament taught by Bill Thornton (2:40-3:30p)
Basics of Golf taught by David Haynes (3:40-4:30p; fee course; Thursdays, September 12 - October 10)
American Sign Language 1 taught by Welsch (6:00-7:50p)
Drug and Alcohol Counseling taught by Goodwin(6:00-7:50p)
Screenplay Writing taught by Dr. Robert Milliken (6:30-9:20p)
Graphic Design for Ministry (6:30-9:20p)
Intensives, October 21-25 // 8:00a-5:00p
Personal Evangelism taught by Scott Beckenhauer (Monday-Wednesday class)
Church Evangelism and Outreach Ministry taught by Bill Thornton (requires three Sunday field trips; Monday-Wednesday class)
Seminar: Advanced Children's Ministry taught by Dr. Rick Chromey (Monday-Wednesday or Monday-Friday for 2 or 3 credit hours)
Historical Books taught by Dr. Eric Smith (Monday-Friday class)
Seminar: Writing for Publication taught by Arron Chambers (Monday-Friday class)
Family Dynamics taught by Dr. Troy Backhuus (Monday-Friday class)
Intro to Youth Work by Jason Epperson (Monday-Friday class)