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Strategic Living Course comprises of 6-10 sessions modules and mentoring component.

 

E-learning Modules

Students register module by module as it relevant . Students participating in the course are required to work with a facilitator with whom they will meet on a regular basis.  Facilitators are trained and screened by HF Institute and are assigned at the beginning of each module.

 

Mentor-Based

The Mentor-based model is critical to the success of the course. Our desire to see students work with a facilitator is based on our conviction that genuine transformation in a person’s life takes place in the context of spiritual relationships with other men and women. The role of the facilitator is to encourage and challenge the students as they work through the material. Facilitators are all graduates of the course themselves and have also completed a special training school specifically designed for our Facilitators.

 

Relationally-Grounded

We are committed to community and firmly believe that God builds relationally by joining the hearts of men and women. Most students will go through the course with a local small group of students and their facilitator. In addition, we have a growing alumni who continue to build with us and serve the vision of the course.

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Discipling Nations 
 

“Discipling Nations,” provides a “wholistic framework” for ministry to “the poor and hungry,” as well as to “redeem culture and see nations discipled.”  It is an introduction to worldview, poverty, and development. The student will learn to contrast and critique other perspectives from the biblical worldview. Christians need to think independently, governed not by today’s current fad or trend but by biblical principles. The course help students to confront the sacred-secular division, subjective spirituality, and anti-intellectualism prevalent among evangelicals today. Christians need to integrate their Judeo-Christian worldview into their professional lives.

Course Material:

  • Discipling Nations by Darrow L. Miller

  • Course worksheets

DTN01 . Discipling the Nations 01 The Story: Module 1 of Discipling Nations over 6 sessions. This module will cover Introduction and Chapters 1 to 3 of Discipling Nations. It will provide an excellent introduction to the prevailing worldviews of the day. [6 sessions]

 

DTN02 . Discipling the Nations 02 The King: Module 2 of Discipling Nations over 6 sessions. This module will cover Chapters 4 to 6 of Discipling Nations. It will explain how the universe is relational, is intelligible and is moral because God the Creator is a person, is rational and is good. [6 sessions]

DTN03 . Discipling the Nations 03 The Kingdom: Module 3 of Discipling Nations over 6 sessions. This module will cover Chapters 7 to 8 of Discipling Nations. This module will critically review how Creation is an open system and the laws that government it and we must not violate them. [3 sessions]

DTN04 . Discipling the Nations 04 His Stewards: Module 4 of Discipling Nations over 6 sessions. This module will cover Chapters 9 to 10 of Discipling Nations. Darrow Miller presents to us the nature of people and the nature of community, how that man is a rebel servant. [4 sessions]

DTN05 . Discipling the Nations 05 The Task: Module 5 of Discipling Nations over 6 sessions. This module will cover Chapters 11 to 13 of Discipling Nations. Darrow Miller argues that what the Lord requires of us to do here on earth. We must understand that we are stewards of HIS Creation and we are to manage it. Our life work must be reconnected back to HIS purpose. In so doing we will become HIS-story makers. [6 sessions]

BWV How To Build A Biblical Worldview 

 

Your worldview largely determines how you live your life. It’s that important. Most people don’t know what a worldview is, let alone the fact that they operate according to one every day, even though they are not conscious of it. This series addresses how you view the cosmos, the church, mankind, and his society.

The module comprises 7 sessions of lesson developed based on Dennis Peacocke's "How to Build a Christian Worldview" and "Discipling Nations" by Darrow Miller

Course Material:

  • How to Build a Christian Worldview workbook

  • MP3 audio teachings by Dennis Peacocke

  • Course worksheets

Session 01 . Pre-Suppositionalism: The Mind Justifies What the Heart Has Chosen

Session 02 . What is Truth: Epistemology, Reason, and Incarnation

Session 03 . Modern Ideology: My Kingdom is Not of this World

Session 04 . Government, Freedom, and Tyranny

Session 05 . Theology, Self, and Getting in the Game

Session 06 . The Ekklesia: God’s Steward of the Cosmos

Session 04 . Understanding the Way of the Lord

 


 

 

Three Root Suppositions of Christian Faith

This course focuses on the three root pre-suppositions of the Biblical worldview, which are The Nature of God, The Nature of Man, and The Nature of Truth. It looks at how these pre-suppositions impact the way we think and live.

The course is comprised of 4 modules, total of 14 sessions. This course is developed based on Dennis Peacocke's "Strategic Life Training" and "Discipling Nations" by Darrow Miller

Course Material:

  • Strategic Life Training Chapters 14-17 notes

  • Discipling Nations Chapters 4-6

  • Course worksheets

TRS01 :  The Three 'Root' Suppositions [2 sessions]

  • Importance of thinking at presuppositional level

  • Importance of Building a Biblical Worldview

  • Consequences of differing worldviews

  • Conviction takes place at the heart level

  • Case studies of pre-suppositional thinking

  • Basic questions about the Nature of God

  • Basic questions about the Nature of Man

  • Basic questions about the Nature of Truth

TRS02 : The Nature of God [4 sessions]

  • God is a person

  • God is relational

  • God is good

  • God is sovereign

  • God is purposeful

  • God is knowable

TRS03 : The Nature of Man [5 sessions]

  • Basic assumptions of man

  • Man is created in the image of God

  • Man is fallen

  • Man as stewards

  • Man and his work

  • Man as history makers

TRS04 : The Nature of Truth [3 sessions]

  • Definition of Truth

  • Truth vs Reality

  • Seven 'Truths'

  • Revelation as the standard for truths

  • How we perceive truths

  • Truth as presented by the Greeks

  • Truth as presented by the Christians

  • God's subjectivity is our objectivity

  • Man's capacity to know truth

  • Biblical truth is not popular; it is powerful

 

 

Simply Christian

 

 

SC01 Simply Christian 01: Module 1 of Simply Christian over 5 sessions covers part 1 of this book, which comprises chapters 1 to 5. Simply Christian walks the reader through the Christian faith step by step and question by question. Wright challenges skeptics by offering explanations for even the toughest doubt-filled dilemmas, leaving believers with a reason for renewed faith.

SC02 Simply Christian 02: Module 1 of Simply Christian over 5 sessions covers part 2 of this book, which comprises chapters 6 to 10. Simply Christian goes beyond the controversies that can obscure what Christianity really stands for and confirms the axiomatic truth of the Christian faith.

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7 Habits of Highly Effective People


The lessons outlined in 'The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People' are an important guide to success. Its principles are as relevant and timely today as it was when it was first published in 1989. The book provides enduring and universal truths for effective, value-based leadership. The book introduced how biblical worldview can be presented to the marketplace without using church language. How God's principles and truths can be relevant whether people acknowledge Him or not.

The course is comprised of 4 modules, and total of 25 sessions.  Student gets to cover the entire book.

Course Material:

  • 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (25th Anniversary Edition)

  • Course worksheets

7Habits01 :  Part One--Paradigms and Principles [4 sessions]

  • Session 1--Foreword 25th Anniversary, A Covey Family Tribute, and Foreword 2004 Edition

  • Session 2--Inside Out Part 1

  • Session 3--Inside Out Part 2

  • Session 4--An Overview
     

7Habits02 :  Part Two--Private Victory [8 sessions]

  • Session 1--Habit 1: Be Proactive Part 1

  • Session 2--Habit 1: Be Proactive Part 2

  • Session 3--Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind Part 1

  • Session 4--Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind Part 2

  • Session 5--Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind Part 3

  • Session 6--Habit 3: Put First Things First Part 1

  • Session 7--Habit 3: Put First Things First Part 2

  • Session 8--Habit 3: Put First Things First Part 3
     

7Habits03 :  Part Three--Public Victory [8 sessions]

  • Session 1--Paradigms of Interdependence Part 1

  • Session 2--Paradigms of Interdependence Part 2

  • Session 3--Habit 4: Think Win/Win Part 1

  • Session 4--Habit 4: Think Win/Win Part 2

  • Session 5--Habit 5: Seek First to Understand Then to Be Understood Part 1

  • Session 6--Habit 5: Seek First to Understand Then to Be Understood Part 2

  • Session 7--Habit 6: Synergize Part 1

  • Session 8--Habit 7: Synergize Part 2
     

7Habits04 :  Part Four--Renewal [4 sessions]

  • Session 1--Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Part 1

  • Session 2--Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Part 2

  • Session 3--Inside Out Again

  • Session 4--Afterword: Questions I am Often Asked

Producing Problem Solvers

It takes character, knowledge, and skill to solve serious problems. That is why problems are used by God to either promote us or hold us back from access to new levels of resources. While it’s easy to blame the devil for problems, many of the problems are actually caused by us due to our lack of skills and character strengths. This course will help us to begin to view problems as our friends once we understand how God use of them to mould us. Problems often require of us the necessity of new levels of thinking, action, and understanding to press our way through them, hence, they empower us. Problems make wonderful “barbells” even if they are often very uncomfortable.

The Bible is a book about problem-solvers and power-misusers. As you go through this course of Producing a Problem Solver ask God to allow you to see the problems He permits to arise in your family life from His point of view. This course will guide you to first have a paradigm shift about how to view problems, and thus empowering you to begin to incorporate problems into the training and discipling of your children., This course will not only give you insight as to the origins and solutions of problems, but you will also be led by the Holy Spirit into worship for the grief God has saved you from!

The course is comprised of 10 sessions.  This course is developed based on:

  1. "Business Leadership School Year 2" by Dennis Peacocke

  2. "Strategic Life Training Year 2" by Dennis Peacocke

  3. "Let's Talk" by Dennis Peacocke

  4. "Growing Kids God's Way" by Gary and Anne Marie Ezzo

  5. "Getting to Yes--Negotiating an Agreement without Giving In" by Roger Fisher & William Ury

  6. "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen Covey

PPS :  Producing Problem Solvers [10 sessions]

  • Session 1--Nature of Problems

  • Session 2--Purpose of Problems

  • Session 3--Dynamics of Problems

  • Session 4--The Nature of Agreements

  • Session 5--Relational Dynamics of Agreements

  • Session 6--Power of Agreements

  • Session 7--Basics of Problem Solving

  • Session 8--Biblical Foundations for Problem Solving

  • Session 9--Producing Problem Solvers

  • Session 10--How to Problem Solve