CENTRAL CALIFORNIA DISTRICT
                               Course Of Study Schedule
                                             

DATE        
14    JAN
11    FEB 
11    MAR

(Jan. 6, 7, 8th.)
at Bakersfield Olive Knolls church

Becoming a Holy People

Teacher:
Shawna songer-Gaines

 

Telling the New 
Testament Story


Teacher:

TBD

( Jan. 6, 7, 8th)
at Bakersfield Olive Knolls church 

Investigating Christian
Theo. 1

Teacher:
Dr. Tim Gaines

Communicating Gospel
in a Pluralistic Society

Teacher:
Steve Bomar

8      APR
20    MAY 
10    JUN 
(June 10th class only)

History & Polity of the
Church of the Nazarene

Teacher:
Rob Songer

Providing Christian Education

Teacher:
Donabel Martin

Foundations of Women's Ordination

Teacher:
Julie Cheney

Living Ethical Lives

Teacher: 
Pablo Vargas

15     JUL  
12    AUG 
9      SEPT

Wesleyan Holiness
Spiritual Formation


Teacher:

Jesse Ruby

(Three days in July T.B.D.)

Investigating Christian 
Theo. 2

Teacher:
Dr. Tim Gaines

Adm. The Local Church

Teacher:
Julie Cheney

Communicating with
Spoken and Written Language

See Below

14     OCT
11     NOV
9       DEC  

Telling the Old 
Testament Story


Teacher:

Chad Orton

Exporing Christian Ministry

Teacher:
Josh Jorgensen

 


Communicating Christ

Cross Culturally

Teacher:
Steve Bomar

 

Supervised Ministry
Experience

See Below

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNICATING WITH SPOKEN AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE 
                        - This class may be taken through Nazarene Bible College on-line, Northwest Nazarene University on-line or a Community College
SUPERVISED MINISTRY EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO
                         - This course is designed as a 4 year process to guide a student through a supervised ministry mentorship in areas of leadership, worship, outreach, teaching,  
                           management, education, etc.  Our goal is to link theoretical umderstanding with practical 
application.  This is accomplished by providing supervised opportunities for
                           the student to apply and test their knowledge and  skills obtained in the classroom of their local church.