Lifelong Learning for Ministers
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 lifelong learning 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 ten 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 embedded in each course, with no textbooks required. Courses are limited to 15 adults to maximize interactive learning.
Courses are intended for continuing education and are not designed to satisfy requirements for ordination in the Church of the Nazarene. For more information or to register for a course, please contact Michele Emerson at email@example.com.
Upcoming Lifelong Learning Courses at NNU
March 18-22, 2019
READING NEW TESTAMENT LETTERS TODAY - Richard Thompson
Reading a New Testament letter can be like reading someone else's mail... but centuries old! And these letters often deal with issues very different from what we face today. This course will explore how we can read these letters so that they speak in fresh ways in our day. Each offering of this course will examine a different letter.
THEOLOGY OF WORK - Rich Shockey
Is work the result of the fall of humankind or is it part of God's original plan? This course considers the ways the biblical narratives bring meaning and context to the idea of work. It will explore a range of issues from whether work is the result of The Fall, laity/clergy dynamics, the secular/sacred "divide," and how the vocation of all Christians begins at baptism.