FALL 2018 THROUGH SPRING 2019
All Saints offers a variety of learning experiences. At the core of All Saints is a nine-month journey that includes three courses, each with a practicum that strengthens students’ calling, gifts, and ministry. The first track to be offered is for the Certificate in Theological Studies.
Fall 2018 – Spring 2019
CORE COURSES, CERTIFICATE IN THEOLOGICAL STUDIES
• Students may enroll in individual courses or complete them all to receive the certificate.
• Courses will be held on Monday evenings from 6:00 - 8:30, at Our Lord's Community Church, Oklahoma City.
• Use the button below to download the Program Overview, with complete information on courses, times, tuition, and enrollment.
Biblical Studies: Interacting with God Through Scripture
August 20 - November 5, 2018
This course equips students to study the Bible with careful thought and spiritual sensitivity. It provides students with strategies and tools to read and apply Scripture in a context of prayer and devotion to God.
“THE BIBLE is not a dry textbook but a living prayer book, a sacrament through which the living Word reveals himself to us, transforming us into his image.”
Church History: Exploring the Holy Spirit's Work Throughout History
November 12, 2018 – February 18, 2019
This course helps students explore their Christian roots by developing a historical framework for understanding God’s work through the Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox Churches in history.
“Church history is not a boring accumulation of facts, but an adventure into the works of God through his people over the past two-thousand years.”
Spiritual Formation: Communing with God, Growing in Christlikeness
February 25 - May 20, 2019
This course equips students to cultivate lives of communion with God that engenders personal transformation. Through the study of great spiritual classics, students will glean practical wisdom on growing in love for God and others.
“The Christian spiritual classics – including the Desert Fathers and Mothers, Teresa of Avila, Kallistos Ware, and others – provide road maps into the heart of God. The authors speak to us from the pages of their writings and become our spiritual mentors.”