Course Information

The course is designed to help students understand and engage in spiritual growth centered on one’s relationship with God.  Discover how this happens through such areas as prayer, use of the Bible, relationships, trials, choices, and the grace of God.  Students will also become acquainted with various perspectives on the spiritual life from the area of historical theology

How Courses Work

All of our courses are offered via online live attendance (using free webinar software, for which we provide a link). Each course is six weeks long, meeting online once a week on the same day at the same time. The weekly sessions run 90 minutes: 45 minutes for presentation and 45 minutes for Q&R. A maximum of 15 students will be randomly selected to participate in the Q&R sessions (system-generated). If a student misses a course session, the talk/lecture will still be available online for 60 days, but the live chat room interaction will not be available.

Live Class Dates

The course begins Jun 4, 2017 and runs weekly at 3:30PM EST. The live class dates are as follows:
  • Jun 4 – Session 1
  • Jun 11 – Session 2
  • Jun 18 – Session 3
  • Jun 25 – Session 4
  • Jul 2 – Session 5
  • Jul 9 – Session 6

Full course details, including session titles and attachments, are available upon registration.

Required Texts

Streams of Living Water: Essential Practices from the Six Great Traditions of  Christian Faith
Foster, Richard.
New York, NY: HarperCollins, 1998.

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Jones, Tony. The Sacred Way. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2005.

McLaren, Brian.  Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices.  Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, Inc., 2008.

About The Instructor

Matt Huett has been in the academy for the past 15 years. With a background in the pastorate and an advanced degree in Leadership and doctoral work in the study of Spiritual Formation from George Fox University, Matt has an expansive track record as a sounding board and confidant for folks in search of the right questions to ask as they pertain to life and the complexities therein. His interests include post-structuralism, existentialist literature, Christian mysticism, post-modernity/meta-modernity, Emergent Christianity, and contemplative spirituality.

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