Academic Calendar – Spring 2020
(Course offerings, dates, and times are subject to change at any time before first day of class.)
BNT 316 - New Testament Book Study: Parables
Late start - 9 sessions (3 credits)
Thursdays 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Saturdays 9:00 - 11:40 am & Online
Dr. Glenda Turner
Careful consideration of Jesus' parables in the Synoptic Gospels, including the setting, usage, teaching, and interpretaton.
MIN 320 - Children's Ministry from a Development al Viewpoint
12 weeks (3 credits)
Saturdays 9:00 - Noon
Ms. Renee Hansen
In this course, we will be exploring the theories of the moral, spiritual, and psychological development of children and how to use what we know about child development to create a dynamic childrn's ministry.
MIN 308 - Evalgelism Today
12 weeks (3 credits)
Mondays 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Mr. Michael Rorabeck
If we are to evangelize the dark culture we now live in, we need to understand the scope of the attack against God and His Word. Students will be taught how to "be the light" and how to stand firm on "the Truth".
Spring 2020 Calendar
January 25th - Saturday – 9:00 to Noon – Registration Open House
February 1st - Saturday – 9:00am - Class begins for MIN 320 - Children's Ministry from a Developmental Viewpoint
February 3rd - Monday – 6:00pm - Class begins for MIN 308 – Evangelism Today
March 7th - Saturday - MIDTERM – MIN 320 – Children's Ministry from a Developmental Viewpoint
March 9th - Monday – MIDTERM – MIN 308 - Evangelism Today
April 11th - Saturday – NO CLASS – MIN 320 - Children's Ministry from a Developmental Viewpoint
April 20th - Monday – FINAL/Last class – MIN 308 - Evangelism Today
April 25th – Saturday - FINAL/Last class – MIN 320 - Children's Ministry from a Developmental Viewpoint
April 30th – Thursday – 6:00 pm – BNT 316 - New Testament Book Study: Parables
May 28th – Thursday - FINAL/Last Class - BNT 316 - New Testament Book Study: Parables
There is a nominal semester fee of $25.00. Take as many classes as you like for this one low fee. If taking classes in the current semester, new students pay a one-time application fee only.
All students are to purchase their own textbooks, which are available on the internet or local bookstore.
(Book lists with ISBN, will be provided with each syllabus.)
See individual class schedules below. Syllabi provided on first day of class or earlier by request.