WSB Spring Courses
Registration for WSB Spring 2021 starts on March 8 Monday!
WSB 130 Introduction to Biblical StudiesJorge Salazar
Through this course you will learn about the miracle of the Bible including its origin, collection, and preservation. You will also be introduced to basic principles and practices of hermeneutics and exegesis helpful for deeper Bible study and correct interpretation of Scriptures.The registration for this course is closed. Please email us with any questions at email@example.com.
WSB 521 Called to Care: Foundations for CaregivingRoss Johnston
Who cares? This question often surfaces in modern life and language. Who should care? Shouldn’t Christians? Why would we think that, and if true, how are we to go about it? Especially in the midst of a pandemic! This 8-week class will explore the biblical foundations for caregiving, the role and ministry of caregiving, equipping of the caregiver, those who need care, skills of caregiving, downsides & dangers in caregiving, finding balance & direction in caregiving and benefits of caregiving. During the course you will be invited to demonstrate care in a practical way, as well as determine how God may be calling you to be a caregiver in your future. The sponsor of this course is the Willingdon Church Care Ministries.The registration for this course is closed. Please email us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WSB 523 What's Your Point? Making Sense of Life & WorkRichard Goossen
The course is intended to equip students to achieve greater biblically-based clarity regarding purpose in both life and work. The framework of the class is based on seven life points, which will be covered individually in each class.The registration for this course is closed. Please email us with any questions at email@example.com.
WSB 214 The Life of David: Studies in 1 & 2 SamuelRob Penner
No other character in the Old Testament is portrayed so fully and clearly as David. He was a man after God’s own heart, a boy who fought and defeated a giant, a commander who led Israel to victory, a friend who cared deeply for others, a King who ruled with justice, a musician who loved to worship and a human being who sinned in tragic ways. His good character serves as an example to follow, his bad decisions demonstrate the painful fruit of sin, and his entire life points to God’s faithfulness, working in and through his chosen servants. Most important, David the first King is a forerunner of Jesus, our eternal King. Through studying the life of David, we come to know the God he worshiped, we can see and understand ourselves in his humanity, and we hope for a King like him, only better.The registration for this course is closed. Please email us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WSB 302 Acts (Spanish)Ruben Heyn
Un estudio del libro de los Hechos de los Apóstoles con un enfoque especial en su teología, y en el establecimiento y expansión de la Primera Iglesia.The registration for this course is closed. Please email us with any questions at email@example.com.