Face-to-Face & Zoom Video Classes
Leadership in Ministry
Taught face-to-face at Legacy Church, Plano and broadcast live throught Zoom video conferencing
Tuesdays 6:30pm – 9:10pm
A study of the principles and practices of leadership for Christian ministry. It includes reflections on the role and ministry of leaders within church, community, and denomination. Two Units.
Gene Wilkes, Ph.D.
Dr. Wilkes is President of Carroll Institute and Professor of New Testament and Leadership. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Dallas Baptist University, teaching Biblical Servant Leadership in the Master’s and PhD programs. Wilkes has authored eleven books, including Jesus On Leadership: Timeless Wisdom on Servant Leadership (1996) and A New Way of Living (2013). He has led conferences on servant leadership, spiritual gifts, lay mobilization, and making disciples in Albania, Canada, China, Cuba, Greece, Honduras, Russia, and Vietnam.
Basic Skills in Christian Counseling
Taught face-to-face at the Carroll Center
Tuesdays 6:00pm – 10:00pm
This course is an introduction to basic counseling skills necessary for various counseling venues. Students will learn underlying assumptions and theology applicable to counseling skills and will work on developing and applying these skills in a counseling setting. This course is a prerequisite to Practicum I (MFPSY 5541).
Dan Clement, PhD
Dr. Clement is a Resident Fellow and Professor of Psychology and Counseling. He also serves as Professor of Psychology and Counseling at the College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Argosy University, Dallas, TX.
Counseling and Human Sexuality
Taught face-to-face at Agape Baptist Church, Fort Worth
Mondays 1:00pm – 5:00pm
This course surveys the broad spectrum of human sexuality issues, including a biblical basis for sexuality, sexual development, and sexual problems that occur for individuals and in marriage. Students will consider various approaches for treatment of sexual problems and will learn to apply related counseling methodology. (Prerequisite: MFPSY 5541).
Scott Floyd, PhD
Dr. Floyd is a Fellow and Professor of Psychology and Counseling. He is the Director of the Master of Arts in Counseling Program. Dr. Floyd serves as Minister of Counseling, Travis Avenue Baptist Church, Fort Worth, and is a frequent speaker for marriage, family, and parenting seminars, conferences, and retreats. He holds licensures as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He authored Crisis Counseling: A Guide for Pastors and Professionals (Kregel Academic & Professional).
Taught face-to-face at Fellowship Church, Arkadelphia, AR, online via video conferencing, and at the Smart Classroom Hub at FBC Midland via classroom conferencing
Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:40pm
An introductory study of the biblical foundations, traditions, and practice of Christian worship. Emphasis will be given to the nature, purpose, forms, planning, and leading of corporate worship.
Rob Hewell, D.Min.
Rob Hewell is a Resident Fellow at B. H. Carroll Theological Institute and Professor of Worship. Dr. Hewell is Director of the Worship Studies Program and Chair of the Department of Worship Arts at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia. He holds the D.Min. degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary, a Master of Church Music from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Bachelor of Music Education at Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX. He is a member of the International Council of Ethnodoxologists, a past president of the Southern Baptist Church Music Conference, and The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada. He has written articles for journals and is a columnist for EthicsDaily.com.