Spiritual Formation

SFS 501E– Learning to Love God and Others. Randal Roberts, D.Min., The theological and practical dynamics of evangelical spirituality will be examined to provide a solid foundation both for rich fellowship with the Triune God and for living out the Great Commandment. The nature of spiritual maturity will be examined (including a biblically-balanced model of priorities) and practical experiences for nurturing that maturity will be provided. 2 credits or 2 Learning Units.  

SFS 501H– Learning to Love God and Others (Hybrid). Randal Roberts, D.Min., The theological and practical dynamics of evangelical spirituality will be examined to provide a solid foundation both for rich fellowship with the Triune God and for living out the Great Commandment. The nature of spiritual maturity will be examined (including a biblically-balanced model of priorities) and practical experiences for nurturing that maturity will be provided.  Required of all ONLINE MA (BTS) students during their first semester of studies. 2 credits.

SFS 504E– Growing into Ethical Maturity. Todd Miles, Ph.D. The ability to discern right from wrong—and to act appropriately in light of that assessment—is essential if church leaders are to maintain and model ethical integrity. Your moral sensitivity will be enhanced as you become acquainted with some of the fundamental issues involved in developing a biblically-informed personal, professional and social ethic. 2 credits or 2 Learning Units. 

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Jon Raibley
Jon Raibley
Assistant Director of the Online Campus
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