The Expand and Equip ministry facilitates focused discipleship training through periodic workshops, guest speakers, seminars, and courses to equip God’s people to be mature and loving followers of Christ. For more information, contact Darren Seitz or Jamie Allen

2017 Fall Courses:

The Theology Program Course 3: The Theology Program is an intense theological studies program, designed for busy people who may never go to seminary but want deep theological training. It consists of six 10-week courses. The third course, covering the doctrine of God, will be held Mondays 7-9 p.m., in the Student Center from September 11 to December 11, 2017 (schedule subject to change based on 2nd Friday schedule). The weekly format is typically about an hour-long video by Credo House instructors C. Michael Patton and Rhome van Dyck followed by table discussion. There is no cost for the course. Completion of Courses 1 and 2 is not required for you to take Course 3. No homework is required. Light snacks and water will be provided. For more info, to sign-up, or to indicate your interest in attending, see Jamie Allen at the Expand and Equip table or contact by email (

Course 3- Trinitarianism (Doctrine of God)

September 11 – Session 1: Worldviews
September 18 – Session 2: The Knowability of God
September 25 – Session 3: The Existence of God
October 2 – no class
October 9 – no class
October 16 – no class
October 23 – Session 4: The Incommunicable Attributes of God (Part 1)
October 30 – Session 5: The Incommunicable Attributes of God (Part 2)
November 6 – Session 6: The Communicable Attributes of God
November 13 – Session 7: The Doctrine of the Trinity: (Historical Development)
November 20 – no class, Thanksgiving week
November 27 – Session 8: The Doctrine of the Trinity: Biblical Defense
December 4 – Session 9: Christology: The Humanity of Christ in History
December 11 – Session 10: Christology: The Humanity of Christ in the Bible

Creation Unfolded: A three-week class on the doctrine of creation. We’ll study Genesis 1 & 2. You will gain an overview of historical and contemporary viewpoints on creation, including the disagreement on the nature and the duration of the days of creation.

When and Where: Sundays, 11/12, 12/3 & 12/10 |  9:00 a.m. @ Campus Center quad side or 10:45 a.m @ Student Center.

For more information, contact Jamie Allen at the patio table or email