In our passion to change our world by changing one heart and mind at a time, we have a series of courses that can be taken for college credit or audited that will enable anyone begin to become the person that they were destined to be. While a lot of people will need a degree to open various doors there are also many people do not need a degree, but they do need tobe fully prepared for their calling.

We combine the accessibility ofTransform Uand flexibilityChristian Life School of Theology (CLST) to benefit everyone. This is a partnership which will enable us to offer cutting edge theological training that can enhance your daily walk with Jesus as well as your ministry. We pray that you will be blessed by the classes we will be offering whether you participate for personal development, CEU’s or credit towards theological certificates and/or a degree.

We offer these courses at two (2) different levels of participation:

  • Audit – $100/course – attend classes and participate as you wish** – no exam
  • *Credit – $150/course – attendallclasses with full participation, including exam**
  • ** includes electronic versions of syllabus, and text books for some courses, hard copies available for additional fees


We have a variety of courses for every level of learner.

September 8 and 22

NT510: Peter: The Man and His Ministry

October 6 and 13

CC303: The Road to Restoration

November 3 and 10

BT901: Introduction to Christian Evidences

December 1 and 8

CC542: The Theology of Biblical Freedom

January 5 and 12

PT643: Reaching a Postmodern World

February 2 and 9

PT661: No Longer a Victim

March 7-9

OT530: A Study of the Song of Solomon (Live course by Lou Goszleth)

April 6 and 13

PT251: You Can Be Emotionally Healed

May 4 and 11

BT602: Historical Christianity and Other World Views

June 1 and 8

CC510: Experiencing Father’s Embrace

NT510: Peter: The Man and His Ministry* Dr. Ian Bond

Description: Simon Peter was a devoted disciple, a cowering coward, and a powerful proclaimer of the resurrected Christ. This course unfolds how Jesus transformed Simon into Peter, the first “rock” upon whom He could build His Church.

CC303: The Road to Restoration CEU Rev. Carol Fallaw

Description: This is a study of grief. It examines its causes and effects to gain a greater understanding of God’s plan for restoring broken lives. It aims to provide a greater understanding of the grief process.

BT901: Introduction to Christian Evidences* Dr. Mike Chapman

Description: This course is designed to help the student gain a basic understanding of the field of Christian apologetics. It answers legitimate questions concerning vital areas of Christian doctrine leading to a stronger faith.

CC542: The Theology of Biblical Freedom* Dr. Michael Sedler

Description: The foundations of biblical freedom. What does freedom mean for a Christian? Barriers to freedom. Develop a personal plan for walking in freedom throughout our lives.

PT643: Reaching a Postmodern World CEU Dr. Greg Williamson

Description: This course is designed to familiarize the student with the prevalent shift in thought and culture commonly referred to as “postmodernism,” as it relates to expanding the kingdom of God. Equips each student to be relevant in communicating the Gospel to a changing world.

PT661: No Longer a Victim Rev. Lynn Lucas

Description: Equips the Christian to minister to people suffering from abuse, addictions, compulsions, and rejection. Emphasis is upon basic counseling skills, the principle of iniquity, and the specific needs of people suffering in these areas.

OT530: A Study of the Song of Solomon Rev. Louis Goszleth

Description: The Song of Solomon can be studied from various viewpoints. We shall look at it as an allegory describing the love relationship that the Lord desires with us as His bride. We will apply it on an individual basis.

PT251: You Can Be Emotionally Healed* Dr. Morris Sheats

Description: Explores biblical emotional healing. Subjects addressed include healing of the memories, broken dreams, suffering, fear, and depression. Solid, practical, biblical answers are presented.

BT602: Historical Christianity and Other World Views* Dr. Stanley Fleming

Description: This course provides an overview of various theological cults and occult groups that are at odds with the essential doctrines of historic Christianity. The basic tenants of Christianity, the authenticity of the Bible and various theological cultures are examined.

CC510: Experiencing Father’s Embrace Rev. Jack Frost

Description: This course is designed to lead you deep into Father’s presence where you can receive an experience in Father’s loving embrace and a restoration of childlike innocence and intimacy.

*Courses taught by academically qualified faculty for transfer into a government accredited institution

CEU = Continuing Education Unit Certificates available for these courses

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