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October 2017
Classes [Masters/Diploma] 

Basic Church Care: Counsel & Conflict

October 16-20, 2017   |   9:00 AM-12:00 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

MIN 200 covers basic approaches to pastoral care, as well as limited approaches to counseling and an approach to identifying and dealing with church conflict. The student will learn to appreciate the function of pastoral care as an aspect of leadership in the local church.


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Wonderment and the World – Week 7

October 25, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Christianity and the Fruits of the Earth Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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November 2017
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Wonderment and the World – Week 8

November 1, 2017   |   6:00 AM-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Christianity and the Fruits of the Earth Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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Jingle Bell Blues

November 2, 2017   |   6:30-8:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Dr. E. Scott Hamilton presents this free LCLI (Local Community Learning Initiative) class on dealing with stress, anxiety, and depression during the holidays. The class will be held in the Westlake Hall at Grand Avenue Christian Church in downtown Bozeman.


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Thinking Theologically

November 6-10, 2017   |   9:00 AM-12:00 PM    |    Christ the King Church    |    Bellingham, WA

Many Christians today have learned to think “biblically” but don’t understand how to think “theologically,” or even why such thinking is important. THEO 201 explains the why and how of thinking theologically, in addition to covering the basic teachings of the Christian faith.


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New Testament: From Acts to Revelation

November 6-9, 2017   |   1:00-5:00 PM    |    Christ the King Church    |    Bellingham, WA

The New Testament continues and consummates the drama begun in the old Testament. In particular, it focuses on the early church’s understanding of Jesus, how to be the “body of Christ,” and the consummation of time in the Book of Revelation. Application is made to the church today.


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Theology of the Cross

November 6-9, 2017   |   6:30-8:30 PM    |    Christ the King Church    |    Bellingham, WA

‘Orthodox’ Christian faith revolves around, and is, to some extent, defined by the event of “the cross.” The death of Jesus at the hands of the Romans and Jews is a paradox, an enigma and the event that defines all other human events. The event itself is often seen as the center of a series of events that define the whole of Christian theology. A theology of the cross is important for every Christian.


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Wonderment and the World – Week 9

November 8, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

How Do Scientists and Christians Talk to Each Other? Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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Wonderment and the World – Week 10

November 15, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Creation Care: Christian Conservation: Ritual and Action (Growing, Restoring, & Green Pilgrimage) Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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