Irving, TX – The Carroll Teaching Network (CTN) of B.H. Carroll Theological Institute is offering three exciting courses for church pastors, associate pastors, lay leaders, and church volunteers this spring. The courses begin March 15, 16, and 17, and continue into May; each course is offered online.
Courses in the CTN are taught by experienced faculty members who are part of the Carroll family. This season’s courses will be taught by Drs. Bill Bryan, Joseph Cathey, and Randall Worley. Those courses include:
ROMANS (with Randall Worley)
MONDAYS 10 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. Central, starting March 15
OLD TESTAMENT III (with Bill Bryan)
TUESDAYS 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. Central, starting March 16
EXODUS (with Joseph Cathey)
WEDNESDAYS 6:30 – 8 p.m. Central, starting March 17
The Carroll Teaching Network began with the idea of delivering high-quality, accredited theological education to Christ-centered leaders in their contexts and through multiple delivery methods—from the traditional classroom setting, online with Carroll Live, or a self-paced environment. Readers do not have to enroll as students at B.H. Carroll to take a course.
Courses in the CTN are $80. For more information, such as complete course descriptions, and to register for courses, go to: https://teachingchurch.bhcarroll.edu/reader/courses.