Course Offerings Winter/Spring 2016

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Courses from 2015 – 2016

Three courses will be offered this semester.  Each course is five weeks in length.
Childcare available upon pre-arrangement

Course I: Keep Your Love On – A curriculum series with Danny Silk

Become determined to establish healthy, thriving relationships—relationships marked by loving connection, respectful communication, and well-defined boundaries.

This course features teaching from Danny Silk, testimonies of how KYLO is impacting people’s relationships and takeaway action points for your life and relationships

First Course Dates: January 13 – February 10, 2016

Gifts of Imperfection – A curriculum series with Brené Brown

Let go of who you think you’re supposed to be and embrace who you are.

In this course we will learn from Bren Brown, PhD, a leading expert on shame, authenticity and belonging as she shares what she’s learned from a decade of research on the power of Wholehearted Living–a way of engaging with the world from a place of worthiness.

We know unhealthy living, additions, and compulsiveness arises from the lie that we are unworthy, unlovable, not good enough. This course features Browns ten guideposts engaging our minds, hearts, and spirits as she explores how we can cultivate the courage, compassion, and connection live in peace.

Second Course Dates: February 17 – March 16, 2016

Strengthen Yourself in the Lord – A curriculum series by Bill Johnson

It’s time to be strong and of good courage. In this interactive DVD study curriculum, Pastor Bill Johnson takes you on an unforgettable journey of faith. Through his down-to-earth, yet revelatory teaching style, Johnson shares Scriptural encouragement on how you can confidently face your struggles and circumstances by unlocking God’s hidden power in your life.

This course will inspire you to:

  • Encourage yourself
  • Overcome seriously bad days
  • Stay connected to your destiny
  • Access Heaven’s open door
  • Disarm hell with thanksgiving

Third Course Dates: March 23 – April 27

These courses will have additional reading assigned including Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No, to Take Control of Your Life by Cloud and Townsend.


Future courses for each semester are prayerfully selected.  The following list are classes offered by Greenhouse.  The list is neither exhaustive, nor permanent.

Equipping Ministry Courses

  1. Intercession and Prayer
  2. Public Speaking with Hope and Humor
  3. Small Groups and Church Health
  4. Culture of Honor
  5. Prophetic Ministry
  6. Healing Ministry
  7. Church Planting
  8. Women: Powerful and Free
  9. Supernatural Mindsets
  10. Healthy Sexuality

Leadership Courses

  1. Leadership And Authority
  2. Gifting and Leadership
  3. Spiritual Health I: Overcoming the Dark Side
  4. Spiritual Health II: Boundaries in Leadership
  5. Spiritual Health III: Connecting to the Father
  6. Spiritual Formation of Leader
  7. Leading in Teams

Intercultural Studies

  1. World Religions


  1. Christian Beliefs
  2. Why the Bible
  3. Jewish Roots of the Christian Faith
  4. Holy Spirit’s Ministry

Biblical Courses

  1. Bible Study Methods
  2. Old Testament Survey
  3. New Testament Survey
  4. Heavenly Perspectives
  5. Royal Living

Church History Courses

  1. Revival History
  2. Pentecostal/Charismatic History

Sample Course Descriptions

Equipping Courses

1. Intercession & Prayer
a. An introduction to the necessity and joy of intercessory prayer.
b. Text: Intercessor by Dutch Sheets, The Happy Intercessor by Beni Johnson

2. Public Speaking with Hope and Humor
a. The opportunity to develop the techniques of public speaking while developing a sense of humor and hope are the focus of this course.
b. Text: Possessing Joy by Steve Backland. The Art and Craft of Biblical Preaching: A Comprehensive Resource for Today’s Communicators by Robinson & Larson

3. Small Groups and Church Health
a. An introduction to the transforming power of small groups, friendship and developing deep relationships.
b. Text:

4. Culture of Honor, teachings of Danny Silk
a. An introduction to the relationships that build a supernatural society and a powerful Christian life.
b. Text: Culture of Honor by Danny Silk

5. Prophetic Ministry
a. An introduction to the prophetic ministry for every believer.
b. Text:

6. Healing Ministry
a. An introduction to the history and current reality of supernatural healing for every believer.
b. Text:

7. Church Planting
a. An introduction to the purpose and methods of church planting including both congregational and house churches.
b. Text:

8. Women: Powerful and Free
a. An introduction to the reality of women invited and recognized as full participants in the body of Christ.
b. Text:

9. Supernatural Mindsets
a. An introduction to the contemplative life by studying the works of Thomas Merton.
b. Text:

10. Healthy Sexuality
a. A course to help students connect spirituality and sexuality.
b. Text: Naked and Not Ashamed by Dan Scott

Leadership Courses

11. Leadership And Authority
a. Understand what makes a leader operate in authority in the church for a new generation.
b. Text: Next Generation Leader

12. Gifting and Leadership
a. Discover your unique giftedness design. Course covers recognizing your natural abilities, spiritual gifts, and temperaments in order to maximize operating in your strengths.
b. Text: Strengthfinder

13. Spiritual Health I
a. Understand the weaknesses of those called to great leadership in history and in yourself and how to overcome.
b. Text: Overcoming the Dark Side of Leadership

14. Spiritual Health II
a. Understand the power of boundaries and how living free leads to love and power.
b. Text: Boundaries: When to Say YES, When to Say NO, To Take Control of Your Life

15. Spiritual Health III
a. God has chosen to reveal himself as Father. This course pursues an understanding of why this revelation is powerful and challenging for Believers.
b. Text: Experiencing Father’s Embrace by Jack Frost

16. Spiritual Formation of Leader
a. Understand the timeline of a leader and how developmental processes effect the life of a Christian leader.
b. Text: Bobby Clinton Leadership Articles

17. Leading in Teams
a. Overcome the largest obstacles of leading teams by understanding their obstacles.
b. Text: Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of Team by Patrick Lencioni

Intercultural Studies

18. World Religions
a. An introduction to the major faith systems of the world and discover their incompatibilities with Christianity.
b. Text: Face to Face: A conversation about Christianity and World Religions by Dan Scott

Theology Courses

19. Christian Beliefs
a. An introduction to the worldview of Christians. Theological and concepts are studied for their application to current culture and living including sin, salvation and sanctification.
b. Text

20. Why The Bible?
a. An introduction of the Bible as the basis for life and doctrine.
b. Text

21. Jewish Roots of the Christian Faith
b. Text

22. Holy Spirit Ministry
a. An introduction to the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of Believers.
b. Text

Biblical Studies Courses

23. Bible Study Methods
a. The proven methods of Bible study and application to life are introduced. The ability to complete word studies is a goal of the course. The course stresses the spirit of revelation in Bible study so the Bible remains a living Word for the student.
b. Text:

24. Old Testament Survey
a. A survey of the Old Testament is provided from Genesis to the emergence of the nation of Israel its Kings and God’s prophets. Key persons, events and eras are highlighted.
b. Text

25. New Testament Survey
a. A comparison of the four gospels, an analysis of the early church in Acts and the major emphasis of Paul’s epistles are covered in this course.
b. Text

26. Heavenly Perspectives
a. The teachings of Bill Johnson are presented with an emphasis on grace, the Kingdom of heaven reality and life application.
b. Text

27. Royal Living
a. The teachings of Kris Vallotton are presented with an emphasis on the true identity of the Believer.
b. Text: Supernatural Ways of Royalty Church History Courses

28. Revival History
a. The moves of God in revival and renewal are studied. Much of the course will cover the ministries and movements of the nineteenth and twentieth century, why they succeeded and why some failed.
b. Text: God’s Generals by Roberts Liardon

29. Contemporary Pentecostal/Charismatic History
a. This course will examine the recent events in Pentecostal/Charismatic history serving to expand the students understanding of their current ministry context in relation to the worldwide move of the Holy Spirit.
b. Text: An Eyewitness to the century of the Holy Spirit by Vinson Synan

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