If you’re a Christ follower and you want to worship God by writing books, articles, hymns, poems, or screenplays, this course might be for you. Taught by Joel Comiskey, Ph.D., this 15-week course is offered in intensive-style. That means you come to class daily June 4-8 and do the rest of the work at home. The course is offered simultaneously in two different formats: 1) as a graduate level class and 2) as a writing seminar for rookies (who may never have been to college). Come learn from the author of Planting Churches that Reproduce: Starting a Network of Simple Churches, How to Lead a Great Cell Group Meeting, and La Explosión de la Iglesia Celular: Cómo Estructurar la Iglesia en Células Eficaces.
Presented by Professor Joel Comiskey, Ph.D.
Joel Comiskey (Ph.D. Fuller Seminary) is an internationally recognized cell church coach and consultant and the founder of Joel Comiskey Group. He has written 24 books on the worldwide cell church movement and served as a missionary with the C&MA in Quito, Ecuador. Comiskey teaches Intercultural Sensibilities as an adjunct professor at A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary.
When: 8 am-12 pm & 1:30–5:30 p.m. on Monday-Friday, June 4-8
Where: LaBaume-Rudat Hall Room 204 - Simpson University Campus
Cost: $360/unit for degree-seeking students, $150 for seminar participants
Registration for this event opens on March 1, 2012. Advance registration is required. Tozer Seminary students will be given priority seating. To register for this class for credit, please email email@example.com. Cost to take this course for 3 units of graduate credit is $360/unit. Payment plans are available. Please speak to an enrollment counselor for details. To register for this class as a not-for-credit participant, click here.
Simpson University staff and faculty should contact Tozer directly at (530) 226-4749 to register.
For more information or questions, please contact (530) 226-4749 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*NOTE: The morning and afternoon sessions are a part of the same course / track. Both sessions should be attended.