What is the core of Christian faith? Is it reasonable for modern people? In ten inspiring lessons, the well-known biblical scholar and Anglican bishop N. T. Wright offers a fresh presentation of the timeless truths of Christianity. Lessons expand on the themes of Wright’s acclaimed book Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense and are appropriate for established believers and seekers alike. Participants will also need a copy of the book Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense.
Lessons include multiple streaming video segments. Students will be assigned daily readings, reflection questions and activities, and are expected to contribute regularly to online discussion forums with the instructor and other participants.
- Introduction to Simply Christian
- Justice & Spirituality
- Relationships & Beauty
- The Holy Spirit
- Worship & Prayer
- Church & New Creation
2.2 CEUs are available.
*Please note: You will need to access this course from a laptop or desktop computer in order to view the videos embedded in this course; they will not play on a tablet or phone.
About the Instructor
Meg Calvin’s roots are in Texas, but she has served in the Sunflower State as the Director of Children’s and Family Ministry at First United Methodist Church of Winfield, Kansas, for nearly a decade. Meg is the author of The Bluebonnet Child; Finding Grace in Poor Soil, and she has a BA in Religion and Philosophy from Southwestern College of Kansas and an MA in Children’s and Family Ministry from Bethel Seminary of Minnesota. She presents workshops at teachers’ conferences on how best to serve kids from troubled homes. In January 2018, she will lead a breakout session on The Bluebonnet Child, worship for children, and the recruitment and nurturing of volunteers at the large Children’s Pastor’s Conference in Orlando, Florida.
Meg loves Fitbit challenges, reading the autobiographies of comedians, learning Spanish, antiquing, and game nights with friends. She and her husband spend most of their free-time playing tag with their young daughter. She blogs at www.thebluebonnetchild.com and with other Bethel alumni at www.corycenter.org in hopes of equipping other Children’s Pastors.