Offered by your CVBA and hosted at PaulAnn Church.

This educational opportunity is for anyone who is looking for further theological study, not just pastors! For classes offered, application and admission requirements, and other information, please refer to their website at www.bhcarroll.edu.

These classes will be held on Tuesday nights at PaulAnn Church in San Angelo, 6:30-9:15pm. Teaching churches will join the group via Carroll Live (zoom).

PACHAL 2019 Term (Jan 7 – Mar 1)

December 1 – Application Deadline for Admission for January 7, 2019 class start
January 6 – Registration closes
January 7 – Classes begin
January 14 – Last day to add class
February 1 – Application Deadline for Graduation
March 1 – Classes end

Old Testament II (SWBLI5112)
Taught by Donovan Martin
An introduction to each Old Testament book with emphasis on historical issues, theological interpretations, and contemporary applications. The historical books from Ruth through Esther and the Wisdom Literature from Job through Song of Solomon.

Spiritual Disciplines (WMWOR5211)
Taught by Dr. Sharon Gresham
An introductory study of the biblical foundations, traditions, and practice of Spiritual disciplines. Students will be encouraged to enrich their own spiritual lives and to mentor others in the disciplines of the Christian life.

OMEGA 2019 Term (Mar 11 – May 10)

December 7 – Registration opens Omega 2019 Term
February 11 – Registration opens
February 25 – Application Deadline for Admission
March 10 – Registration closes
March 11 – Classes begin
March 18 – Last day to add class
April 15-19 – Holy Week Break
May 10 – Classes end
May 24 – Graduation 2019 (Convocation)

Old Testament I (SWBLI 5111)
Taught by Donovan Martin
An introduction to each Old Testament book with emphasis on historical issues, theological interpretations, and contemporary applications, Pentateuch, Joshua and Judges.

Biblical Backgrounds (SWBIT 5211)
Taught by Dr. Joe Cathey
A study of the geography, history, and archeology of the biblical world intended to provide a cultural and chronological framework for further study of both the Old and New Testaments.