Textbooks

Students are encouraged to use online resources such as Amazon.com to purchase textbooks. Required texts are listed in the syllabus for each course.

WINTER 2015

A syllabus is intended to give the student guidance in what may be covered during the term (or semester) and will be followed as closely as possible. However, the professor reserves the right to modify, supplement and make changes as course needs arise.

Online Courses

  • GTR 802A - Advanced Global Trauma Recovery (1 Credit)
  • MAC 804A - Career/Life Development (Advanced Certificate Only)
  • NT 511A - Biblical Greek 2 (Prereq. - Biblical Greek 1)
  • OT 511A - Biblical Hebrew 2 (Prereq. - Hebrew 1)

Intensive Courses

  • GTR 802B - Global Trauma Recovery Intensive (Meets March 12-14)
  • TH 657 - Apologetics in a Postmodern Culture (Meets January 5-9)

Traditional Courses

  • OT 511 - Biblical Hebrew 2 (prereq. Hebrew 1)
  • OT 606 - Old Testament Writing Book Study (prereq. Hebrew 2)
  • NT 501 / LEAD 613 - Reading the New Testament Missionally (Traditional Students and LEAD Cogort 24)
  • NT 511 - Biblical Greek 2 (prereq. NT 510 Greek 1)
  • NT 606 - General Epistles Book Study (prereq. NT 511 - Greek 2)
  • TH 531 - World Christian History 1
  • TH 606 - Christianity and World Religions (prereq. TH 521)
  • PT 500 - Formation and Mission
  • PT 595 Theology and Practice of the Spiritual Life
  • PT 615 - Organizations and Change (prereq. PT 600 Leadership)
  • PT 650 - Ministry Internship Seminar (prereq. PT 500)

LEAD Courses

  • LEAD 500U - Formation and Mission (LEAD Cohort 25 only)
  • LEAD 501U - Missional Church (Cohort 25 only)
  • LEAD 523 - Pentateuch Book Study (Cohort 24 only)
  • LEAD 523U - Pentateuch Book Study (Cohort 23 only)
  • LEAD 524 - Prophets Book Study (LEAD Cohort 22)
  • LEAD 524U - Prophets Book Study (LEAD Cohort 23)
  • LEAD 611 - Theology I (Cohorts 22 and 24 only)
  • LEAD 612U - Community and Mission (LEAD Cohort 20 only)
  • LEAD 613 / NT 501 - Reading the NT Missionally (LEAD Cohort 22 and Traditional Students)
  • LEAD 615U - Homiletics (LEAD Cohort 21 only)
  • LEAD 617U - Acts/Pauline Book Study (LEAD Cohort 21 only)
  • LEAD 711U - Theology 2 (LEAD Cohorts 21 and 23)
  • LEAD 712U - Writings Book Study (LEAD Cohort 19 only)
  • LEAD 714 - Organizations and Change (LEAD Cohort 20 only)
  • LEAD 714U - Organizations and Change (LEAD Cohort 19 only)
  • LEAD 716 - Christianity and World Religions (LEAD Cohort 20 only)
  • LEAD 717U - Senior Seminar I (LEAD Cohort 19 only)
  • LEAD 718 - Intercultural Mission Experience (LEAD Cohort 22 only)

MAC Courses

  • MAC 511 - Counseling and the Bible II (Cohort 10)
  • MAC 512 - Psychopathology (Cohort 10 and Certificate Students)
  • MAC 610 - Internship/Professional Seminar (Cohort 9)
  • MAC 611 - Counseling and Theology II (Cohort 9)
  • MAC 704 - Models of Counseling (Cohort 10 and Certificate Students)
  • MAC 805 - Group Couseling (Advanced Certificate Students)

Doctor of Ministry Courses

  • DM 911 - Mission of God - Mission of Christ's Church
  • DM 913 - Missional Leadership Formation
  • DM 927 - Urban Project Research Module (2 Credits, prereq. DM 926)
  • DM 928 - Urban Project Completion Module (2 Credits, prereq. DM 927)
  • DM 932A - Project Research Module (2 Credits, prereq. DM931A)
  • DM 933A - Project Completion Module (2 Credits, prereq. DM932A)

ACS Courses

  • ACS 101 - Introduction to American Culture
  • ACS 103 - English Writing Skills
  • ACS 104 - Intro to American History
  • ACS 105 - Theological Terminology
  • ACS 202 - Critical Reading & Writing Skills
  • ACS 303 - Theological Writing
  • ACS 304 - The Story of the Old/New Testaments
  • ACS 308 - Christian Counseling Skills / Topics

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Saturdays: 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. when classes are in session


Counseling Center
Office Hours:

Monday: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Tuesday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thursday & Friday: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. or by appointment


Philadelphia - Joy in the City Hours:

Tuesday: 3 - 8 p.m. or by appointment (call 800-235-4021)

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