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.”
Christian Spirituality: Encountering God Through the Spiritual Classics
February 25 - May 20, 2019
In this 12-week class, we will
• explore some of the outstanding Christian spiritual classics, written by people whose love for God and practical wisdom are contagious.
• discover and discuss what these great writers teach about prayer, friendship with God, overcoming temptation, renewing our minds, growing in Christlikeness, leadership, community and relationships, and mission.
• practice together helpful ways to read Scripture and grow in prayer, along with other means to build a sustainable spiritual life.
“The Christian spiritual classics — including the Desert Fathers and Mothers, Augustine of Hippo, Maximus the Confessor, Teresa of Avila, 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.”