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3 Credits

Hmong Religions

Explore the religions of the Hmong people, emphasizing the growth and development of Christianity in various Hmong ministry contexts.

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1 Credit

The Practice of Holistic Ministry

Learn the developmental phases and characteristics essential to building your organization’s holistic ministry initiatives in this 4-week mini-course.

Starts Sept. 27

1 Credit
Crossing the Divide

Crossing the Divide

Explore and evaluate diversity & inclusion, critical theory and other major approaches to resolving cultural divides in the US.

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1 Credit

Foundations of Holistic Ministry

Examine major paradigms for holistic ministry and put your learning into action with a project you can apply directly to your context.

Starts Oct. 25

On-Demand

Unleashing the Next Generation

Are you ready to hand over the future of the church to the next generation? In this course, you’ll be equipped to empower young leaders.

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Understanding the New Testament

Discover the history and content of the New Testament and learn to interpret it for understanding and everyday life application.

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Intercultural Discipleship Series

Intercultural Discipleship Methods

Grow your skills in developing Christ-like character in people from a different cultural context in this graduate level mini-course.

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ACTS Institute

Church CARE for Cultural Trauma

Church CARE (Christians Acting in Reconciliation and Empathy) introduces an incarnational biblical approach to understanding and addressing cultural trauma.

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1 Credit

Intercultural Spiritual Formation

Grow your skills in developing Christ-like character in people from a different cultural context in this graduate level mini-course.

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Crown 30

Biblical Interpretation

Gain practical experience in interpreting the Bible in this hands-on course, applying a variety of exegetical strategies to Scripture passages.

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Crown 30

Alliance Theology

The course examines the origins, growth and life of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in its historical and theological context.

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ACTS Institute

Children, Youth, Stress and Trauma

Learn how kids respond to trauma and explore practical ways to foster resilience in kids as they cope with adverse experiences in this self-paced course.

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Book-Based Course

Missions and the Local Church

Discover how you can help the Church – made up of all ethnicities – take all of Jesus to all the world.

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ACTS Institute

Trauma Care Counseling Strategies

Learn valuable strategies and practical tools for coming alongside people amid grief, loss and trauma in this self-paced course.

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Free

Understanding the Old Testament

Study the history and background of the Old Testament and learn to interpret it for understanding and everyday life application.

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  • “I enjoyed the reading and the use of videos. It helps to have a somewhat live person introduce the chapters since there is not a live viewing of lectures. The overall format was very conducive to a busy lifestyle involving family and work.”

     

    Rayvelyn Swift

     

  • “Throughout the weeks that I have participated in the course, I have been able to focus on the scripture in a concentrated way. I have never read through the NT so quickly. The course provided me the motivation and the structured guidance that I needed as I took on the adventure to study the NT in such an in-depth way. I have learned so much that I had never known about the first-century world of Jesus’ day. “

     

    Sally Smiley

     

  • “I am a Bible nerd and loved the historical/cultural aspects highlighted throughout the course. These go hand in hand in order to better understand God’s word.”

     

    Debbie Piffaut

     

  • “I have a greater appreciation for what elements of the New Testament mean and how the people portrayed in the books relate to each other”

     

    Grace Cunningham