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Seminars

Lifelong Journey of Faith

Living out our faith is a lifelong journey. Lifelong Ministry seminar courses are designed as short-term seminars on specific topics of interest or need, that serve to equip His faithful for an ever deeper faith walk, and more effective Christian leadership and service within the community. 

These seminars are offered in a classroom setting, as well as, usually, through Zoom. They take place throughout the year and offer an opportunity for spiritual growth and maturity. Course offerings change often, so be sure to sign up for our newsletter to stay abreast of exciting updates. 

Upcoming Seminars

Information and Enrollment Links Below

Redemptive Names of God

Date: TBD

Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, ***offered in-person and virtual

Location: Athens College of Ministry

Instructor: Babs Wood

Materials needed: none

Description:  We serve a multi-dimensional God who has revealed His many qualities throughout the centuries of the Biblical timeline.  His character, identity, and works are reflected in the names He has attributed to Himself through the saints and servants who knew and experienced Him.  In this class, we will explore the Hebrew meaning behind the names of YHVH/Jehovah and uncover the nature of Father God, as we (His redeemed children) call upon Him according to His Holy Names.

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Learning to Love Leviticus (June)

Dates:  Thursdays, June 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd

Time: 2-4pm

Instructor: Jesse Coyne 

Location: Athens College Of Ministry; **offered virtually and in-person

Materials:  none needed

Description:

Many a heartfelt attempt to read through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation has floundered on the treacherous shores of one of the Bible’s most difficult and misunderstood books.  When most Christians think of Leviticus–if they ever do–their minds are filled with laws, legalism, and loads of other things they don’t have to worry about anymore because of Jesus’ work on the cross. While there is some truth to that—though not quite in a way we think–Leviticus is actually a testimony of God’s love, leniency, and longing for a brighter future for His people.

Leviticus is both the literary and theological apex of the Pentateuch that expresses God’s great desire to dwell with His people through a language and system that is often foreign to us and yet, in a sense, deeply familiar as well.  As we pull back the curtains of the Tabernacle together, we’ll discover a God who is more recognizable as fully expressed in the person and work of Jesus than we may have previously thought.

WEEK 1:  Locating Leviticus:  How does Leviticus fit in the biblical story? (What is the purpose of Leviticus? Why does it appear where it does in the biblical story?)

WEEK 2:  Levites & Love Offerings: Leviticus 1-9 (What was the purpose of the sacrificial system?  What does it reveal about the nature of God? How does it help us understand the sacrifice of joy?)

WEEK 3:  Leprosy & Lots: Leviticus 10-16 (What is the relationship between purity and holiness? Between purity and sin? What is the significance of the Day of Atonement for both the Old Testament and New Testament?)

WEEK 4:  Lying, Lamps, and Land: Leviticus 17-27 (What is the relationship between sacred space and sacred time? Why is the calendar such a significant piece of Leviticus?  In what ways do these sacred times anticipate Jesus?)

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Battle Principles (June)

Dates:  Saturday, June 18th

Time: 8:30 am -4:30 pm

Instructor: Paula Riobo

Location: Athens College Of Ministry; **offered virtually and in-person

Materials: Battle Principles by Paula Semple  

                        Click here to purchase the book

Description:  There are times in scripture when people are told to stand still, and other times they are told to fight.  Sometimes they walk, and sometimes they wait.  Each battle seems to come with its own set of instructions.  But how do you know when it’s time to wait and time to push forward against the tactics of the enemy?  What good is a list of battles if the directions are always different?  Join us as we study ten principles that teach us how to have victory in every battle we face.  You might just be amazed at how your faith stretches and grows as God leads you to victory!

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Create Your Life Soundtrack (June)

Dates: Mondays–June 6th, 13th, and 20th

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Instructor: Brandy Verner

Location: Athens College Of Ministry; **offered virtually and in-person

Materials: No book is needed 

Description: Throughout time. God has used music as a powerful tool to help us commemorate significant events, people, and places in our lives.  Join us as we explore examples of this throughout scripture and learn the ways God works through music so we can recognize and apply them to our own lives.

Then we will walk through the steps to process your faith journey by creating your own life soundtrack.  You’ll leave the class with a musical representation of your story that you can listen to as a record of God’s faithfulness and share with others.

All are welcome–no musical skills are needed

NOTE:  Please bring earbuds or headphones to use with your phone during the class. 

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Blesses and Curses (August)

Dates: Mondays–August 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Instructor: Babs Wood

Location: Athens College of Ministry; **offered virtually and in-person

Materials: Blessing or Curse, You Can Choose (Click here to purchase.)

Description:  Are you or someone you know experiencing repeated or unusual calamities, sickness, accidents, relational woes, on-going mental or emotional turmoil? Perhaps financial sufficiency seems to be eluding you?  In this class, we will learn to recognize and identify blessings and possible curses that might be at work in your life.  Understanding how blessings and curses are obtained will help us to:
1) know/recognize the basis of each,
2) live a life of blessings, and
3) call upon the finished work of the cross of Christ, to be set free from the bondage and brokenness of possible generational curses

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Apologetics--Reasons to Believe (August)

Dates:  Saturday, August 19th

Time: TBD

Location: Athens College of Ministry; **offered virtually and in-person

Materials: None required

Prophetic Art II (September)

Dates:  Saturday, September 10th

Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Instructor: Nanette Heckler

Location: Athens College of Ministry; **In person only

Materials: Materials will be supplied.

Description:  Learn how to express with visual arts what God is saying in His word or what the Holy Spirit is revealing.  Students will explore the following mediums: Mosaics, scratch art, and acrylics.

In these projects, students will:

  • Illustrate meaningful scriptures
  • Create victorious spiritual warfare
  • Create art that comforts and exhorts
  • Illustrate dreams or visions

**Artists AND non-artists are welcome to enroll.  Art experience is not required.  All supplies are included.

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Praying the Scriptures (September)

Dates:  Saturday, September 17th

Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Instructor: Babs Wood

Location: Athens College of Ministry; **Offered in person and virtually

Materials: None required

Description:  In this class, we will learn how to use the Word of God in our prayers.  God’s words are spirit and truth, and He watches over His Word to perform it.  Themes will include praying for others and oneself, warfare prayers, and the understanding of proclamations, declarations, and decrees.

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An Invitation to Shalom (October)

Dates: Mondays–October 3rd, 10th, and 17th

Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Instructor: Brandy Verner

Location: Athens College of Ministry; **Offered in person and virtually

Materials: None needed.

Description: From the creation of the world, shalom was God’s plan for those He loves.  Even today, He is inviting us into shalom.  However, we may not have a full understanding of what shalom is and why the English translation of “peace” is only one facet of the meaning.  In this class, we will explore the fullness of the Hebrew concept of shalom and how we can experience it even now in all areas of our lives.

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