Registration

Registration takes place on the official HTS page on the HBU.edu website. Use the links below to go directly to the corresponding registration pages you're wishing to sign up for.

Student Registration

Students take classes for Graduate level credit towards a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) or a Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MCAL)

Full Time Students can complete an MDiv (a 72hr degree) in 3 years.

Full Time Students can complete an MACL (a 36hr degree) in under 2 years.

Part Time Students can take classes at their convenience.

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Surveyor Registration

Anyone can survey the classes without taking exams or turning in papers but simply to broaden your knowledge in theology, leadership, or communication and be fully equipped for ministry.

Courses

Fall 2020

Classes begin the week of August 24, 2020

Woodway Campus
West Campus

Dr. Danny Havard — Church Ministry

CHRI 6312
Thursdays 2:00 – 4:30PM • Beginning August 27
In-Person & Virtual Option Available

Students and surveyors will be given a comprehensive overview of church ministry fundamentals from expert presenters delivering unique insights on practical best practices. Topics will include evangelism, pastoral care, discipleship, financial management, multi-site strategies, human resources, and worship strategies, among other areas of focus. The disciplines of the pulpit in terms of sermon preparation and delivery will be addressed by experience preaching/teaching pastors. Practical aspects of programming in the areas of student and children's ministries as well as adult Bible study will be examined and discussed. A question and answer period will highlight each week's presentation.

Dr. Craig Evans & Adam Harger — The New Testament's Use of the Old Testament

Thursdays 6:30 – 9:00PM • Beginning August 27
In-Person & Virtual Option Available

Have you ever wondered what the apostles were trying to get at when they quoted the Old Testament? Did they interpret the OT correctly? This course will survey the use of the Old Testament texts by Jesus and the New Testament writers. Specific topics include how the OT literature was translated, read, and interpreted in the intertestamental period and in the time of Jesus, major OT themes as they appear in the NT (creation, rule of God, covenant, redemption), and the NT view of major OT figures. We will explore the ways that the NT writers adopt, adapt, or re-interpret Scripture.

Dr. Craig Evans & Adam Harger — The New Testament's Use of the Old Testament

Tuesdays 6:30 – 9:00PM • Beginning August 25
In-Person Only

Have you ever wondered what the apostles were trying to get at when they quoted the Old Testament? Did they interpret the OT correctly? This course will survey the use of the Old Testament texts by Jesus and the New Testament writers. Specific topics include how the OT literature was translated, read, and interpreted in the intertestamental period and in the time of Jesus, major OT themes as they appear in the NT (creation, rule of God, covenant, redemption), and the NT view of major OT figures. We will explore the ways that the NT writers adopt, adapt, or re-interpret Scripture.