LU Classes About to Begin

Living University

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Classes for the Fall 2012 semester for Living University begin on August 15th:

Living University
…Classes begin August 15. This semester we plan to offer 17 different courses—two are new! For those who have never taken LU courses, be sure to visit our website at and complete an Application for Admission to the university—this will allow you to register for a class. The website also provides detailed information on our programs, fees, courses, and much more. We encourage you to consider taking a class for credit if you want to work toward a degree or certificate. Or just “audit” a course if you desire the content without the stress of exams and papers. Those age 65 and over are eligible to audit one course per semester, tuition-free. If you have questions, please e-mail or call Michelle Bottella at, or 704-708-2294. Below we highlight three different courses being offered this semester.
THL 200 – Principles of Christian Living: This course covers topics that are closely related to our Christian lives: the purpose for human life, human nature, belief, values, morality, ethics, dating, marriage, family, career planning and interpersonal communication. Because of the nature of the topics, course material is both interesting and immediately applicable to one’s life. The lecture core is a set of contemporary lectures by Dr. Douglas Winnail dealing with the foundations of Christian living for successful life in today’s world.
THL 211 – Old Testament Survey I: In this informative and detailed course, Dr. Douglas Winnail deals with the Law and the Former Prophets, focusing on background, content, structure, geography and teachings of each book, as well as outstanding people and events. Emphasis is on the Old Testament Scriptures as the background and foundation for understanding the New Testament.
THL 236 – Camp Leadership: This important class is designed to provide instruction and training for leadership at our “summer camps.” The material covered in this class is intended to help train current and future camp leaders. It will prepare students for service as a Christian camp counselor or activity leader. Emphasis is on techniques of Christian camp counseling and leadership, camp safety, activities and program development. Individuals wishing to serve at our summer camps in the future will definitely benefit from this course.

Living University registration for the Fall 2012 semester can be began at

Living University is essentially an online institution (though some classes in person can sometimes be taken) and is affiliated with the Living Church of God.

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