Wherever there is a church, there is a classroom. Where there is internet access, there is a teacher.

The Carroll Teaching Network delivers accredited theological education to Christ-centered leaders in their contexts through several delivery methods (a traditional classroom setting, online with Carroll Live, or a self-paced environment).

Here you may register for available Reader courses.

We work with a network of over 1,000 local churches. Each has access to these same courses often at reduced prices. Please contact your Church Leadership about their Carroll Teaching Network portal, or starting one.

Self Paced Courses

Paul on Leadership

Dr. Gene Wilkes

Leadership Lessons from the Life of Paul is intended to give the learner:

  • An overview of the life and ministry of Paul
  • Gain a sense of the spiritual and practical transitions the Apostle made as he followed Jesus into the mission field of the Ethnics and no longer served the institution he was trained to serve
  • Glean lessons applicable to the listener’s current ministry assignment
  • Be inspired to risk obedience to God’s call in the listener’s life in order to follow Jesus into the mission field of his or her life



Principles of Teaching

Dr. David Strawn

12 self paced sessions covering the principles and methods of effective Christian teaching, including the development of presentation skills. Approaches include planning and teaching for knowledge/understanding, development of values, and development of skills which enhance personal Christian ministry.



Active Courses


Dr. Randall Worley

March 15 & 22 - 17:00-18:30 CET , 11:00-12:30 CDT
April 5 - May 10 - 17:00-18:30 CEST, 10:00-11:30 CDT

March 15-May 9, 2021

“The just shall live by faith.” They are words which changed the world as the Apostle Paul preached the message of the crucified and resurrected Christ through the Book of Romans. They are words which sparked a Reformation as Martin Luther rediscovered the gospel and challenged the Roman Catholic Church, even in the face of death.

Join Dr. Randall Worley in an exegetical study of Romans, the foundational book of Pauline theology. In this course—ideal for the lay leader or long-serving minister—primary attention is given to the form and content of the text itself. Discover the historical context of the letter to the church at Rome, its distinctive literary traits, and the application of its truth in our own setting.

Let us help you enhance your skills in delivering the life-changing message of Romans in your pulpit or other ministry setting.

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Old Testament III

Dr. Bill Bryan

March 16 & 23 - 17:30-19:00 CET , 11:30-13:00 CDT
April 6 - May 11 - 17:30-19:00 CEST, 10:30-12:00 CDT

March 16-May 10, 2021

Take an exciting 8-week journey through the final prophetic books of the Old Testament with Professor Bill Bryan. Old Testament III examines the history, theological interpretations, and contemporary applications of Isaiah through Malachi, providing new avenues for reflection and strengthening the reader’s personal discipleship.

Special attention is given to the literature, history and culture of the Bible, the impact of biblical languages on the teaching of the prophetic books, and incorporating the lessons of the prophets in biblically-sound teaching and preaching. Learners will learn to employ sound exegesis of the books, examine the historic Christian interpretation of the texts, and discover the unity between the message of the prophets and the revelation of Jesus Christ in the New Testament.

Let us help you enhance your skills in delivering the message of the biblical prophets in your pulpit or other ministry setting.

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Dr. Joe Cathey

Wednesdays 6:30pm-8:00 pm CDT

March 17-May 12, 2021

The inspiring account of God’s deliverance of his people from bondage in Egypt has inspired dozens of documentary and feature films. But all drew their inspiration from the biblical account in the Book of Exodus.

Join Carroll Fellow Dr. Joseph Cathey, associate professor of biblical languages and literature, for an in-depth examination of the message of Exodus. Learn about the text’s distinctive background and history, its distinctive literary traits, its theological framework, and its polemic against the false gods worshiped by the Egyptians and Canaanites.

Special attention will be given to indispensable role of biblical truth for faith and ministry, communication of the message of the gospel through the text, and how the text can shape the preaching, teaching, and witness of ministers and lay leaders.

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