Taylor Seminary is pleased to announce that a modular course will be offered in Grande Prairie, AB over three weekends in the New Year. Dr. Allan Effa will teach a course on Spiritual Formation; this course may be taken for graduate credit through Taylor Seminary or for undergraduate credit through Taylor College (ask for details). This course may also be audited for those who would appreciate learning, but do not need/want academic credit.
This course is part of an ongoing initiative of Taylor Seminary to make theological education more widely available. Numerous courses are being offered in one-week or weekend modular formats; a number of courses are being offered in a modular format in various western Canadian cities, and numerous online courses are attracting students from around the world.
Read more about the course below, and be sure to contact us right away to register your interest in the course and to explore what steps might be needed for registration. Applications will be accepted up to the start of the course date, but early registrations are very helpful and greatly appreciated.
PT 540 Spiritual Formation (3 credits)
Spiritual formation is all about the ways the Holy Spirit works in our lives to conform or transform us toward Christlikeness. We will learn from biblical and historical examples and explore a number of practices together in this three credit course.
This modular course will be offered in Grande Prairie over three weekends in Winter 2011 for graduate credit through Taylor Seminary, or for undergraduate credit (as REL 262 Christian Spirituality) through Taylor College.
Professor: Dr. Allan Effa
Location: Christian Fellowship Assembly, Grande Prairie, AB
Dates: January 21-22, February 25-26, March 18-19, 2011
(Classes will run on Fridays 6:30–9:30 PM and on Saturdays 8:30 AM–4:30 PM)
Taylor Seminary Admissions Contact: Rick Heavenor (Rick@TaylorSeminary.ca), 1-800-567-4988, ext. 215 or 780-431-5215
GP Contact: Kim Penney (email@example.com)
Remember, applications are welcome at any time, however early applications for courses and programs are often helpful and are greatly encouraged; call or write today.