Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit that develops in each of us as we live our lives to draw closer to a full relationship with Jesus. Christians are expected to live joyfully, but sadly most don’t. Has joy eluded you in your life?...

The Master of Divinity (MDiv) prepares leaders for ministry in a church setting, chaplaincy, and other forms of religious leadership. Graduates provide leadership in renewal of the church, demonstrate critical and practical understanding of the Bible, and obtain requirements necessary for ordination.   For more information on...

“In the beginning, God created…humans in God’s image, and gave them dominion among all the creatures of God’s creation.” What does that mean for us American Christians in 2019? Does God care how we live on the earth? Is how we treat our environment, and...

Have you ever wanted to give your testimony or recount your religious conversion or experience? Even though we all live busy lives, it is important to set aside time with God to reflect on your faith and belief in his wonderful creation. Part of that...

How do you reconcile the presence of evil in the world with belief in a loving God? How should Christians relate to other religions? Does the “Christ of Faith” bear any resemblance to the “Jesus of History”? Ten Christian and Jewish theologians – world experts in...

This workshop is based on the widely-used book Journey through the Psalms, and features video lessons by its author, Dr. Denise Dombkowski Hopkins, Professor of Hebrew Bible at Wesley Theological Seminary. Through the course of eight weekly sessions, the workshop provides a vehicle to bring...

This course is not just for women! The workshop is about how Christians in different cultures, different time periods, and different social locations have told their faith stories. Amy Oden, professor of the History of Christianity and Dean of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC,...

After defining “Spiritual Formation” from various angles and perspectives, this course will survey spiritual disciplines. There will be a special focus on the importance of a balanced theology (affirming divine initiative and human responsibility) in a healthy understanding of the spiritual disciplines. From there, we’ll discuss...

This is the first of four classes in the Evangelism Certification program. It is a six-week study of the biblical message of the Old and New Testaments and the relation of the Bible to teaching Evangelism. It focuses primarily on Jesus, as revealed in the...

The cornerstone of an excellent children’s ministry program is a solid foundation in the Bible. It’s your job as the children’s minister to translate the teachings of the Bible into lessons a young and developing mind can understand. But how do you do that with...

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