Take courses offered through eBerkshire for personal enrichment or in pursuit of a certificate. eBerkshire provides learning opportunities that fit within your schedule and commitments. Although classes are taken online, they are very interactive and embody Berkshire’s commitment to a highly supportive, personalized experience that is Bible-based and culturally relevant.
Students can register for courses at varying lengths, but should keep in mind that the course material is the same whether it is a 15-16 week course or an 8-10 week course. We recommend that if a student plans to take Survey of the Old Testament or Survey of the New Testament that they do so during one of the longer course offering periods. If you have any questions please email. Students will need to complete the application process to register for classes and finalize their registration at least 5 days prior to a course start date.
Please Note: There is some flexibility in the start dates for interested students.
“I have been a pastor for 25 years. I recently completed the “Introduction to Advent Christian Theology” course. Having been familiar with Advent Christian doctrine for many years, I really didn’t expect to learn much that I wasn’t already familiar with. Boy, how wrong I was! The curriculum and reading materials were excellent. I highly recommend this course for any serious Bible student, clergy and layperson alike.”
Rev. Miles Nelson
Pastor, Lulu Advent Christian Church
This course examines the roles, function, and theological considerations for the practice of pastoral ministry. A focus on the call, leadership, gifts of ministry, cultivating leadership in the worshipping community, equipping believers for ministry, and the care of the congregation through pastoral counsel and crisis ministry are explored.More »
A study of the Acts of the Apostles that specifically follows the historical expansion of the church through doctrinal development, growth in understanding, evangelism and geographical expansion through the missionary activities of its members.More »
This course examines the history of the Christian Church from the Ascension to modern Fundamentalism, ecumenism and Pentecostalism.More »
A study of the history of the Christian Church from its founding on the day of Pentecost to the beginning of the Reformation.More »
A study of the history of the Christian Church from the dawning of the Reformation to the present time.More »
What are the “great” teachings of the Bible? How can you ground your understanding of what it means to serve Christ through the basic principles and doctrines provided in the Bible? Explore how to incorporate Biblical principles into your life and ministry.More »
This course visits key moments in the history of Western Christian church music.More »
This course explores the importance of the city in the ministry of the American Christian church.More »
This course introduces the concepts and theories of some of the leading experts on leadership. The course will expand the knowledge, skills, and understanding of leadership for students as applied in large and small companies, churches and other not-for-profit organizations.More »
The course will explore the life of and literature produced by C. S. Lewis.More »
This course explores Biblical principles for identifying situations of conflict and how followers of Christ can use such occurrences to glorify and serve God.More »
You will spend a minimum of ten hours a week for six weeks working with, listening to and reading under the guidance of an experienced pastor.More »
This course takes a close look at “the whole Gospel for the whole person” through an in-depth examination of Biblical teachings concerning Redemption, Resurrection, and the Restoration of All Things.More »
This course explores God’s Story as revealed in the life of Jesus Christ, the world in which he carried out His ministry, the body of believers who carried on His work, the Apostles and the early church, and what can be anticipated in the future.More »
This course explores the power and truth of God’s unfolding story as written in the books of the Old Testament.More »
What is God’s view of the city? What does Scripture tell us about urban ministry? How can we minister in urban settings? Is there any hope? These and other questions are explored in the course Theology in the City offered through eBerkshire.More »
The purpose of this course is to provide an overall framework for understanding and examining pertinent social issues in the urban setting.More »
This course explores the primary ideas, principles, traditions, and people of important theological movements throughout history.More »