God has a "world-sized" role for every Christian in His global purpose.Whether people go to distant countries or stay at home is a secondary issue. The primary issue is what most people are hungry to discover: vision to live a life of purpose. Discovering that vision makes this course valuable, and perhaps crucial, for any Christian. Perspectives is a fifteen week course designed around four vantage points or "perspectives" — Biblical, Historical, Cultural and Strategic. Each one highlights different aspects of God's global purpose.
Where: Northern Kentucky University at the Baptist Campus Ministry Building. The address is: 1 Louie B Nunn Dr, Highland Heights, KY 41099. Parking will be provided.
When: Classes begin Wednesday, January 11th at 6:30pm. It is alright to bring food to the class (as many will be coming from work). Note: there may be a couple of weeks where food is provided.
How much: The cost of the course is $250. However, you are eligible for multiple discounts…
*Discount #1: If you register before December 30th, you will receive a $100 scholarship (compliments from Plum Creek) and a $25 discount (compliments of Perspectives). Simply register (https://class.perspectives.org/Visitor/Public.aspx?ClassId=434563) before Dec. 30th and submit the code: plumcreekpersp21
*Discount #2: If you are the 2nd family member to register before December 30th, you will receive an additional $25 discount from Perspectives: discount code: SYSFAMDIS_1
*Discount #3: If you complete the course (15 weeks) you will receive a $75 refund (from Plum Creek)
So, if you register for the class before December 18th, you will initially pay $125 and… if you complete the course, you will receive a $75 refund. Thus, you could wind up only having to pay $50 ($25 if a 2nd family member) for the entire course!
Commitment: You are asked to attend a 15 week course on campus. Perspectives understands that life sometimes gets busy and that circumstances arise in which you will not be able to attend. To assist in your absence, there is an online recording of your class which will be viewable for a limited time. Beside your attendance, you will be asked to do some reading pertaining to the lesson topic. The estimated reading will take you 2 hours (or less) each week (at the Basic level). Likewise, you will complete five personal responses (reflections on what you are learning) throughout the semester.