Ever since I was in my 20s, I’ve invested in courses — spiritual-content courses, ministry-content courses, and blogging/writing courses.
Some of them are on cassette tape. Others are on video or audio.
To this day, I still invest in premium courses because of their transforming power.
A course gives you a “deep dive” into a particular subject. One that you can’t get from a book.
It’s the next best thing to being at a live event where intense training happens in person.
Because I’ve experienced the life-transforming power of courses in my own life, I decided to begin creating my own courses.
You see, I have a ton of valuable material in the form of spoken messages, training sessions, conference talks, etc. on audio tape and CD that are simply dying in my archives.
They haven’t been edited nor enhanced, and no one has heard them since they were first delivered years ago.
I’ve facilitated unique “immersion” sessions on Ephesians, Romans, and Colossians along with extended series on different topics related to the deeper journey.
As you know, I’ve given a lot of this material away on my podcast.
But the fact is, most people take valuable material for granted if there’s no skin in the game on their end.
My courses are much more than a podcast episode or a book. It’s a deep immersion that contains audios and also a practical workbook. And even though it takes a lot of time, energy, and money to produce a course, it’s well worth it because of the transformation that it produces.
In the Fall of 2013, I released my first course entitled Living by the Indwelling Life of Christ. That course is made up of foundational messages that I delivered to a new church plant back in 2009.
According to the testimony of over 1,900 students who have taken the course so far, the messages are revolutionary and transforming. What is presented is unique to today’s “discipleship” books, conferences, and programs.
We recently created two editions of the course – the Online edition and the Home edition (which is a physical product that’s shipped straight to your house).
Here are three introductory talks that will give you the flavor of the course. The course is a highly practical deep dive into these themes and it includes a practical workbook.
Now if you listen to those talks and your heart isn’t stirred, your not intrigued or interested, and you aren’t curious to learn more — especially the “how-to’s,” then don’t bother getting the course. It’s not for you.
On the other hand, if any of these talks created a desire to learn more, then you won’t want to miss the course the next time it opens.