For 25 years, Tallahassee Christian College and Training Center has provided cross-denominational Biblical education and perspective to all ages. This fall, TCCTC offers a wide variety of classes and seminars – equipping students to serve more effectively in ministry, service, business, their own congregations, and throughout the community.
Kicking off fall 2016 classes, all are invited to attend the “New and Renew Event” on Tuesday, August 16. From 5:00-6:00 pm, attendees experience food, fellowship, door prizes, and can have student ID pictures taken. From 6:00-6:30, orientation occurs for new or interested students. Returning students and alumni may experience an author’s presentation from Dr. Alan Moreton, regarding his thesis “By Grace, a Glimpse into the Mind of God,” encompassing the Holy Spirit, quantum theory, and cosmology.
TCCTC offers college-level Bible study classes at the direction of experienced instructors, with 5 – 15 week classes allowing students to dive deeply into the Scriptures. Fall 2016 classes include Hermeneutics: Scriptural Interpretation with Reverend Gil Crosby and Introduction to the New Testament (also Intro to the Old Testament) with full-time faculty member David Hull. Other Bible studies courses include Galatians and Ephesians and The Book of 1 John.
Students can experience action-centered 10-15 week courses such as Christian counseling, public speaking, and Equipping and Training for Kingdom Work. These and all other courses are offered for college credit, professional CEUs, and personal growth.
One or two day seminars appeal to those short on time, or those seeking a broader knowledge and skill base. Reverend Mark Geppert, international speaker, travels to Tallahassee September 9-10 to offer Change Your World Through Prayer, followed by an optional prayer walk for Tallahassee. Tom Argersinger challenges students to apply the Word of God to the complex issues and cultural narratives that have become part of living and working in the 21st century, in Connecting Life in God with Life in the World. Other seminars equip students in diverse fields: women in ministry, male discipleship, prison ministry, caregiving, servant leadership, sexual harassment in the church, and experiences of death, divorce, and debt.
New this fall, TCCTC offers select seminars at the instructor’s home congregation, in order to serve a broader audience. Thomasville Road Baptist Church, Good Shepherd Catholic Church, Bethel AME, Christian Heritage Church, Holy Cross Anglican Church, and Fire and Hammer International Training Center welcome all TCCTC students. Students should visit tcctc.org to view off-site seminar offerings.
Located near the intersection of I-10 and Capital Circle NW, Tallahassee Christian College and Training Center offers Biblically-based workshops and classes for personal growth, professional development and CEUs, as well as Bachelors and Masters degrees in Biblical Studies. Over 25 years, TCCTC has worked with over 400 area congregations, 42 denominations, 200 faculty members, 3280 students, has offered over 1700 courses, and offers an unparalleled theological library of over 9000 items. By preparing our community for service and ministry in all aspects of life, TCCTC’s impact is felt throughout north Florida, south Georgia and around the world. Learn more at tcctc.org.