Continuing Education/Life Long Learning Courses at NNU

Because Lifelong Learning shouldn't be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Enhance your life and ministry with Northwest Nazarene University's low cost, fully online catalog of continuing education courses and fulfill your denomination's continuing education requirements.  

You are dedicated to improving your ministry.  And we're committed to your leadership growth.  Taught by NNU's gifted faculty and leading-edge practitioners in the field, our easy-to-navigate online courses feature a fresh design that is also mobile-friendly for those on the go.

Explore our expanding catalog of ministry courses: each one carrying 10 lifelong learning units (1.0 CEU) for just $29 per course.  Expand your biblical and theological knowledge.  Enhance your ministry skills.  Log in at whatever time of day works for you using your desktop, tablet, laptop, or smartphone.  Do it all in a week, just a couple of hours per day.  All content is imbedded in each course, with no textbooks required.  Courses are limited to 15 people to maximize interactive learning.

All courses are for continuing education and are not designed specifically to meet particular ordination outcomes.  For more information or to register for a course, please contact Stacey Bullard at

Upcoming CEU Courses at NNU

May 18-22, 2015
  • Spiritual Formation, Rhonda Carrim
    An exploration of foundational biblical, theological and historical understandings of Christian spiritual formation. This course particularly explores the reflective discipline of one’s own journey with God, highlighting a variety of spiritual practices as means of grace in one’s life.
  • Evangelism, Robert Luhn
    Designed for anyone who is open to a more relational, more conversational approach to evangelism in contrast to the presentational styles of evengelism most often used in the past century.  Jesus promised that we would be His witnessess to those close to us as well as those far, far away.  And yet, evangelism is more often talked about than done; more often criticized than welcomed; and more often feared than enjoyed.  Participants will be exposed to methods and activities that show promise for sharing the good news of Christ with inhabitants of the 21st century.