MISSOURI – Vyrsity wrapped up the Spring academic schedule with a course in April Introducing Biblical Languages at Beth Haven Church in Kansas City. Dr. Daniel Goepfrich, John Oglesby, Mark Perkins, Will Buttermore, and Dr. Christopher Cone led sessions on Biblical Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, providing Learners a foundation in languages helpful for transformative learning.
Vyrsity held a collaborative conference with Colorado Biblical University in May on Strongholds of Thought: Understanding Systems that Shape Culture at Elevating Life Church in Fort Morgan, Colorado. The Strongholds of Thought conference included Dr. Steve Lewis, Dr. Steve Spurlin, Mark Perkins, Dr. Christopher Cone, and John Oglesby.
Vyrsity hosted a June conference on Learning Theory at Vyrsity’s Independence, Missouri campus with Dr. Jeff Christianson, Dr. Steve Lewis, Sierra Oglesby, Mary Odom, Dr. Christopher Cone, John Oglesby, and Cory Trowbridge.
Concluding the Summer schedule in August, Vyrsity presented a second conference at Bible Fellowship Church in Pass Christian, Mississippi, this one on Strategies for Becoming a Better Communicator. Faculty encouraging Learners to better communication included Dr. Don Trest, Anne Fenske, Dr. Steve Spurlin, John Oglesby, Trent Boyd, Dr. Christopher Cone, and Mark Perkins.
Part of Vyrsity’s strategy to provide accessible and sustainable high-quality education is to present its academic courses in conference format open to the public at minimal or no cost. Each of these conferences are courses available in Vyrsity’s catalog, and can be viewed in their entirety on VyrsityTV.
Vyrsity’s Fall schedule commences with Developing Your Critical Thinking Skills, a collaborative conference with Colorado Biblical University at CBU’s new campus in Fort Morgan, Colorado on September 28-30. There is no cost to attend the conference, but seating is limited so RSVP here. Developing Your Critical Thinking Skills will also be livestreamed on VyrsityTV and available to VyrsityTV subscribers.
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