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Developing and Discipling Leaders - $199

Jordon Willard, DMin

Jan 27 (6-9pm) + Jan 28 (9am-5pm) / Apr 21 (6-9pm) + Apr 22 (9am-5pm) at Metrolina Baptist Association and select Tuesday evenings online (7-9pm)

The church grows strong when leaders entrust what they have learned to faithful people who will be able to teach others also. This course will have a twin focus on fostering a disciple-making culture and raising up leaders within the local church. It will explore how to teach, correct, and model the faith to others—with humility and love—while advancing trust and delegating responsibility in order to develop leaders.

Counseling and Care for Souls - $199

Steve Benson, DEdMin, MDiv, MAC, LCMHC-S, LCAS

Jan 27 (6-9pm) + Jan 28 (9am-5pm) / Apr 21 (6-9pm) + Apr 22 (9am-5pm) at Metrolina Baptist Association and select Monday evenings online (7-9pm)

In a fallen world we experience many bitter fruits—humans who sin and are sinned against, sickness and mental illness, and as a result, brokenness and pain. This course will provide a biblical framework for understanding and caring for wounded and hurting people. Attention will be focused on providing foundational concepts and knowledge of healthy relationships, life stages, loss, and grief. Issues such as anxiety and depression, addiction, abuse, and mental health will be covered.

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY
John Morrison, PhD

The Good Confession: What Christians Believe - $199

John Morrison, PhD

Feb 3 (6-9pm) + Feb 4 (9am-5pm) / Mar 31 (6-9pm) + Apr 1 (9am-5pm) at Hickory Grove Baptist Church (Mallard Creek Campus) and select Tuesday evenings online (7-9pm)

What comes into our minds when we think about God and his works is the most important thing about us. This course will survey foundational Christian doctrines in order to understand and preserve the faith once for all delivered to the saints. The doctrines of God, Scripture, humanity, sin, Christ, salvation, the Holy Spirit, the church, angels, and the last things will be studied, all with an eye toward deepening loving devotion and witness to the triune God.

The Good Confession: What Christians Believe - $199

What comes into our minds when we think about God and his works is the most important thing about us. This course will survey foundational Christian doctrines in order to understand and preserve the faith once for all delivered to the saints. The doctrines of God, Scripture, humanity, sin, Christ, salvation, the Holy Spirit, the church, angels, and the last things will be studied, all with an eye toward deepening loving devotion and witness to the triune God.

HYBRID: 

Fri, Jan 26 (6-9pm) + Sat, Jan 27 (9am-5pm)

Fri, Apr 19 (6-9pm) + Sat, Apr 20 (9am-5pm)

 

at the Cabarrus Baptist Association and select Tuesdays midday online (12-1pm)

From Eden to Eternity: The Grand Narrative of Scripture - $199

Dave Kiehn, PhD

IN-PERSON: Monday evenings (6-9 pm) starting August 28 at York Baptist Association

Every sentence of the Bible must be understood in light of the whole. This course will explore the grand narrative of Scripture, tracing the work of God as it unfolds in creation, the fall, redemption, and finally in the consummation and restoration of all things in the new creation. Other themes (e.g., the King and the kingdom, law and grace, the true God versus idols, worship and the sanctuary, justice and judgment) will also be considered.

Discipling and Developing Leaders - $199

Jordon Willard, DMin

HYBRID: Fri, Aug 25th (6-9 pm) + Sat, Aug 26th (9 am- 5 pm) / Fri, Nov 17th (6-9pm) + Sat, Nov 18th (9 am - 5 pm) - location in Union County, NC (TBC) and select Tuesday evenings online (7-9 pm)

The church grows strong when leaders entrust what they have learned to faithful people who will be able to teach others also. This course will have a twin focus on fostering a disciple-making culture and raising up leaders within the local church. It will explore how to teach, correct, and model the faith to others—with humility and love—while advancing trust and delegating responsibility in order to develop leaders.

Gospel Driven Ministry Leadership - $199

Justin Buchanan, PhD

HYBRID: Fri, Sept 8th (6-9 pm) + Sat, Sept 9th (9 am- 5 pm) / Fri, Dec 1 (6-9 pm) + Sat, Dec 2 (9 am-5 pm) at First Baptist Church, Matthews, NC and select Tuesday evenings online (7-9pm)

A leader’s sufficiency is Christ and his gospel—not himself. This course will explore how the gospel shapes every aspect of ministry, from leading yourself to leading others. It will confront the dangers of ministry leadership and cast vision both for personal soul care and intentional congregational shepherding, with the aim of forming leaders who preach, pray, love, and stay with their churches and/or ministries.

The Good Confession: What Christians Believe - $199

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY
John Morrison, PhD

HYBRID: 

Fri, Jan 26 (6-9pm) + Sat, Jan 27 (9am-5pm)

Fri, Apr 19 (6-9pm) + Sat, Apr 20 (9am-5pm)

 

at the Cabarrus Baptist Association and select Tuesdays midday online (12-1pm)

What comes into our minds when we think about God and his works is the most important thing about us. This course will survey foundational Christian doctrines in order to understand and preserve the faith once for all delivered to the saints. The doctrines of God, Scripture, humanity, sin, Christ, salvation, the Holy Spirit, the church, angels, and the last things will be studied, all with an eye toward deepening loving devotion and witness to the triune God.

Counseling and Care for Souls - $199

Steve Benson, DEdMin, MDiv, MAC, LCMHC-S, LCAS

HYBRID:  

Fri, Jan 26 (6-9 pm) + Sat, Jan 27 (9 am-5 pm)

Fri, Feb 23 (6-9 pm) + Sat, Feb 24 (9 am-5 pm)

Fri, Apr 19 (6-9 pm) + Sat, Apr 20 (9 am-5pm) 

at Midwood Baptist Church + Metrolina Baptist Association (details to be provided)
and select Monday evenings online (7-9pm)

In a fallen world we experience many bitter fruits—humans who sin and are sinned against, sickness and mental illness, and as a result, brokenness and pain. This course will provide a biblical framework for understanding and caring for wounded and hurting people. Attention will be focused on providing foundational concepts and knowledge of healthy relationships, life stages, loss, and grief. Issues such as anxiety and depression, addiction, abuse, and mental health will be covered.

Right now,

Christians all around Charlotte

are learning about:

The Christ, the Cross, and the Church: An Intro to the New Testament 

with Dr. Blake Maxwell

Counseling and Care for Souls

with Dr. Steve Benson

Christ-Centered Biblical Interpretation and Teaching

with Dr. Kyler Smith

Discipling and Developing Leaders

with Dr. Jordon Willard

From Eden to Eternity

with Dr. Dave Kiehn
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