LifeCollege is an approximately two year part-time course in Christian skills for abundant living as outlined in the Scriptures.

LifeCollege focuses on 25 essential skills for living the abundant Christian life, they are: 

    1. Fixing Up Your Relationship With God
    2. Being Filled With The Spirit
    3. How To Be Blessed By God In This Life
    4. Finding Release From Your Past And Joy In The Present
    5. Staying Focused On God
    6. Hearing From And Praying To Jesus
    7. Working Out Your Relationship With Authority Figures In Your Life
    8. Building Peace In Your Life
    9. Developing The Power To Make Wealth
    10. Ethics In Life And At Work
    11. Getting Wisdom And Knowledge
    12. Diligence - How To Apply What You Know Where You Are
    13. Setting Priorities and Managing Time
    14. How To Control Your Spending
    15. Giving To Others
    16. Finding A Meaningful Life Mission
    17. Making Your Key Relationships Work Better
    18. Discernment - Seeing Life Clearly, Wisely And Well
    19. Loving God, Yourself And Others
    20. Living In A Learning Community
    21. Setting Boundaries
    22. Knowing Yourself
    23. How To Live In The Real World
    24. Influencing Others And Managing Change
    25. Teaching Those Who Want To Learn From You

LifeCollege is free! Just read the articles, join the discussion group, meditate on the Scriptures and put them into practice in your life. To join the discussion group just click on the link above and send a blank email to: lifecollege-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Eventually LifeCollege should consist of four articles in each of the 25 areas. If you read one article per week you will "graduate" from LifeCollege in about two years. If you read all four articles each week you will graduate in 6 months. We hope that as new people join those who are further along will act as friends and mentors and that the discussion group will become a learning community of people encouraging each other to live the abundant life that God has for them in Christ Jesus.

This is not so much "prosperity teaching" as "wholeness teaching' and is based on the Hebrew concepts of Shalom (Peace) and Shalem (wholeness). There is a strong ethical component and an emphasis on developing personal responsibility.