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TPC Living Faith Library

Explore a list of topical Bible Study e-courses that invite us to live out our faith in practical ways and to mature in Christ.

Our E-Courses

Do you desire to grow deeper in your relationship with Christ? Enroll in one of our e-courses today!

  • National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
    For the month of September, we’ll discuss the tough but prevalent topic of suicide. We’ll look at Biblical examples, ponder the question “why” and explore the answer.
  • Cultivating the Garden of Your Soul
    Join First Lady Kim Alexander in this three-part lesson that illustrates how you can cultivate the “garden of your soul” through preparation, planting and harvesting.
  • When Faith and Creativity Collide: Living Out Your Creative Call
    Join interior designer, entrepreneur and course instructor Cheryl Luckett as she guides you through three bite-sized lessons that explore God as the ultimate creator (and you as a co-creator), help you to identify your creative gifts, and show you how to leverage your gifts in your career or in ministry.
  • Finding Joy When Joy is Hard to Find
    In this three-part lesson, instructor Joy A. Williams helps us access God’s “sacred delight” in order to claim joy even in the midst of life’s joyless moments.

Course Schedule

Monday February 26
Monday March 4
Monday March 11
Monday March 18
Monday March 25
Monday April 1
Monday April 8
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What People are Saying

“During the first lesson, Cheryl reminded us that God is the ultimate creator and since we were made in his image that makes us creatives and creators as well. This was particularly encouraging to me as I have just made a significant career change and am in the beginning of that new journey. This e-course affirmed my thoughts, skills, talents and vision for that new position.”

Jacquelyn M. Horton

“The course sounded very interesting to me, so I wanted to check it out and see what it was about. Upon reviewing it was very rewarding… Cheryl gave advice and tips on how to think about something you love spending time with and can lose track of time doing it.”

Karen Simmons