Christian Life Education

Sharon Wilson, B.Th. - Christian Life Education Provost and Dean

Studing Theology has given me an opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of scriptures as an infallible guide to faith and practice.

As the Senior Academic Administrator, I will organize and manage the administration, support systems and activities that keep this educational institution running smoothly.  

Christian Life School of Theology Global

Our vision is to be the premier global provider of Christians higher education programs and resources. Our mission is to provide the best Bible, theology, ministry and leadership training resources; thereby offering quality, flexible and affordable education to students and schools globally. 

Our core values are quality, flexibility and affordability. 

Christian Education Sponsor

As a sponsor, we demonstrate our support for students and education. We help ensure that the people attending a CLST course will have the opportunity for a Christ-centered education, becoming equipped to think biblically, live wisely and serve faithfully.   Pastor Chris Aikens


Biblical Foundations Statement

We believe that the Bible is God's Word.  It is accurate, authoritative and applicable to our everyday lives.

We believe in one eternal God who is the Creator of all things.  He exists in three Persons:  God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.  He is totally loving and completely holy.

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ as both God and man is the only One who can reconcile us to God.  He lived a sinless and exemplary life, died on the cross in our place, and rose again to prove His victory and empower us for life.

We believe that in order to receive forgiveness and the "new birth," we must repent of our sins, believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, and submit to His will for our lives.

We believe that in order to live the holy and fruitful lives that God intends for us, we need to be baptized in water and be filled with the power of the Holy Spirit.  The Holy Spirit enables us to use spiritual gifts.

We believe that God has individually equipped us so that we can successfully achieve His purpose for our lives which is to worship God, fulfill our role in the Church and serve the community in which we live.

We believe that God wants to heal and transform us so that we can live healthy and prosperous lives in order to help others more effectively.

We believe that our eternal destination of either Heaven or Hell is determined by our response to the Lord Jesus Christ.

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is coming back again as He promised.

Standards of Conduct

Christian Life Education is a community of Christian believers who confess and follow Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.  The community is expected to uphold the Word of God and apply biblical standards of morality and themselves in a manner in keeping with Christian decorum and testimony.  This involves embracing attitudes and actions the Bible identifies as virtuous and avoiding attitudes and actions the Bible identifies as sinful.  They must abide by all published policies and regulations prescribed by the institution.  They must also abide by applicable local, state and federal laws.


Programs of Study

Design Your Study

Christian Life Education (CLE) is a member of Christian Life School of Theology and has met the requirements for exemption from applicable Georgia law as a religious institution under the provision of the Post-Secondary Educational Authorization Act, Georgia Code 20-3-100, et seq.  CLE programs of study include various certificates, diplomas and degrees, all of which are awarded after accumulating course completion units.  Successful completion of each course is worth three (3) Completion Units.

Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees

Certificates of Ministry      Designation       15 Units      GPA Requirement 2.0

Diploma of Theology        Dip.Th.            30 Units      GPA Requirement 2.0

Associate of Theology       A.Th.              60 Units      GPA Requirement 2.0

Bachelor of Theology        B.Th.             126 Units      GPA Requirement 2.0

Master of Theology          M.Th.             171 Units      GPA Requirement 3.0

Master of Sacred Studies    M.S.S.            216 Units      GPA Requirement 3.0

Doctor of Sacred Studies    D.S.S.            261 Units      GPA Requirement 3.0

Doctor of Theology          D.Th.             300 Units      GPA Requirement 3.0

Grade Point Average Requirements

All certificates, diplomas and degrees are earned by takeing courses and accumulating completion units. Students must maintain a grade point average of 2.0(C) or higher in order to receive a Certificate, the Diploma of Theology, the Associate of Theology, or the Bachelor of Theology.  Students must maintain a grade point average of 3.0(B) or higher in order to receive the Master of Theology, the Master of Sacred Studies, the Doctor of Sacred Studies, or the Doctor of Theology degrees.  Students are required to successfully complete at least one course from each of the six divisions of study to complete the Bachelor of Theology degree.

First Year Calendar, 2018

Training for Reigning I                      Dr. Ronald Cottle           March 15, 16, 17

History of Christianity I                      Dr. Stephen Mansfield     April 12, 13, 14

Creation: Our Foundation I                  Dr. Grady McMurtry        May 10, 11, 12

Dynamics of Effective Communication      Dr. Randal Langley         June 14, 15, 16

Survey of New Testament I                  Dr. Ronald Cottle          July 12, 13, 14

Introduction to Christian Evidences         Dr. Mike Chapman         August 16, 17, 18

Healing the Wounded Heart                 Rev. Jack Frost             September 13, 14, 15

Historical Christianity/Other World Views   Dr. Stanley Fleming        October 11, 12, 13

Survey of Old Testament I                   Dr. Charles Gaulden        November 15, 16, 17

Equipping for Evangelism                   Rev. Gary Beasley           December 13, 14, 15


Students can earn a Diploma of Theology completing 30 units with a GPA of 2.0.   A Certificate of Ministry may be earned by completing 15 units with a GPA of 2.0.

Enrollment and Registration

To be enrolled as a Christian Life Education student, a person should have at least the equivalent of a high school education, or have demonstrated their ability to complete and benefit from CLE courses. Registered students may take courses as a Graded Student. Graded students receive all course materials and receive completion units.


Each course title consists of 10 hours of class study and provides 3 units towards a degree. Classes are held on the second week of each month, Thursday and Friday 6:00PM - 9:00PM and Saturday 9:00AM - 1:00PM. Score Sheets and Exam Booklets will be distributed on Saturday after class .  Completed score sheets and examination booklets from all Graded Students are collected 14 days from the last day of class.


Pay as you go! Each course fee is $175 and includes all training materials. Classes are marketed through Eventbrite.com. There, you will be able to register and complete enrollment payment.  March course deadline for registration is Friday, February 12th. Course materials will be distributed to you no later than Monday, February 26th.   Class starts Thursday, March 15th at 6PM.


OPEN HOUSE Saturday, March 3rd from 2PM to 4PM at the Atlanta Training Campus. Come see your classroom. Take a look at a few of the many members of the world-renown Christian Life School of Theology Global faculty. Hear a special message to Pastors from our President and CEO, Dr. Randal Langley, meet future students, and learn more about our vision, mission and core values.  Light horderves will be served.

Contact

Sharon Wilson, CLE Provost/Dean

Christianlifeedu @ gmail.com 

We will respond within 48 hours.


Course Discriptions

OT250: Training for Reigning: Life of David I - Dr. Ronald E. Cottle

Principles of leadership and training based upon the calling, training, and rule of David.  Special emphasis is placed upon David's life and the classrooms of preparation through which he walked.  Also studied are David's call, his anointing, his character, and his faithfulness to God.

HT445: History of Christianity in America I - Dr. Stephen Mansfield

Traces the origin and growth of Christianity in America beginning in fifteenth century Europe and concluding with the Revolution War.  More than dates and dead people, history is the result of God's rule over the affairs of men and nations.

BT305: Creation: Our Foundation I - Dr. Grady McMurtry

Introduction to the scientific method and a survey of the basic concepts of the biological, natural, and physical sciences.  Related questions which confront the biblical Christian world view.  Topics include scientific creationism, theistic evolution, Mt. St. Helens, physical evidences for Noah's Flood, dinosaurs, geochronometers and the origin of the races.

PT340: The Dynamics of Effective Communication - Dr. Randal Langley

A comprehensive study targeted for both beginning and veteran speakers in the art of public speaking and communication.  Students are taught the SCORRE system -- a creative and relevant communication model used by leaders to effectively penetrate today's culture.

NT115: Survey of the New Testament I - Dr. Ronald E. Cottle

Overview of the historical, political and social contents of the Gospels.  Attention is given to authorship, dates, canonicity, structure, styles, and themes with emphasis and exposition of key passages and their doctrinal significance.

BT901: Introduction to Christian Evidences - Dr. Mike Chapman

This course is designed to help the student gain a basic understanding of the field of Christian apologetics. It answers legitimate questions concerning vital areas of Christian doctrine leading to a stronger faith.

PT663: Healing the Wounded Heart - Rev. Jack Frost

This course is designed to bring light to hidden areas within you so that you may allow Christ's love to transform you, thus bringing a change to all your relationships.

BT602: Historical Christianity and Other World Views - Dr. Stanley Fleming

This course provides an overview of various theological cults and occult groups that are at odds with the essential doctrines of historic Christianity.  The basic tenants of Christianity, the authenticity of the Bible and various theological cultures are examined.

OT115: Survey of Old Testament 1 - Dr. Charles Gaulden

A study of the first half of the Old Testament.  Emphases include:  major geography of the Old Testament and its impact on the Scriptures, the introduction to the Pentateuch, the introduction to the historical books, and seventeen Old Testament books.

PT301: Equipping for Evangelism - Rev. Gary Beasley

Instruction on how to communicate the faith of Jesus Christ to others.  This is an extensive and practical plan of personal evangelism. Emphasis is placed on following-up and establishing new converts into the local church.