2017 - 2018 Offerings!
by Dr. Bill Middlebrook
Dates: Feb 11th – Mar 31
Pentecostal Theology, taught by Colorado Christian University Professor Bill Middlebrook. This 8 week class will cover historical and present Pentecostal thought. This class will give you the Chance to explore both the underlying assumptions and your perspectives on a variety of topics, the most fundamental of which is, “What does it mean to be Pentecostal and how does that differ from Evangelical or other Christian paradigms?” Required text is Pentecostal Theology.
Hearing From God
by Kelly Cupples
Dates: Feb 11th – Mar 31
In Hearing God: Beyond “Signs” to Transformation, you will learn how to recognize the beautifully subtle ways in which the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are touching your life each and every day. You will learn daily practices that can be easily incorporated into your life, as well as how to read the Bible in a transformative way.
by Stuart Hanold
Dates: February 18—March 24 (5 weeks)
Do you have a passion about pastors, teachers, evangelists, prophets and apostles? Are you interested in digging deeper into Ephesians 4:11-12 about the Five-fold ministry? For the first time ever, the Gateway District will be offering a comprehensive online class talking about these APEST distinctives. How do these 5 giftings work together in our local churches? Why are they necessary? Can we actually find all five-fold expressions throughout all of creation, in the secular business world and life in general? This class will explore all of these questions and more.
This class will include material, videos or discussions from Neil Cole, Alan Hirsch, and the Glory of Zion International Ministries.
Action to Love
by Stephanie Singer
The Action to Love Toolkit is a video and discussion course designed to be viewed as group. We have created it for small group or church leadership groups. Its purpose is to help you think about and articulate your own groups thoughts and feelings about LGBT issues. It is not designed to tell you what to think or give you doctrin around the topic. Rather, the discussion questions are meant to help you have a conversation as a group in discover what you think.
The Action to Love Toolkit video and discussion questions are best done in a group of 8 to 18 people. Groups over 20 should multiply into 2 or more.
This course is for a small group or church leadership group to walk through together. However, Canvas will require a single person to register and own the account used to access the material. This should be the person who is leading the group through the course content. When working through the material, have the leader simply log into the account and view the video on a screen large enough for everyone to see. (The videos are web-based so the screen will need to be connected to the internet or streaming from a laptop on the internet.) After each video, click the “Next button” at the bottom of the page to move to the discussion questions, which you will go through as a group. There are several short videos, discussion questions, and homework for each module. The course is designed to go through a module at each gathering. Gatherings should be scheduled for 1 hour to 1.5 hours to allow for quality conversation.
Online Webinar Trainings
Sabbath Event—District Office
Live training: April
More information coming soon