New Coram Deo “Monday Church” course is live and ready for you!

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Since its release two and a half years ago, more than 1,600 people in 95 countries have signed up to take the DNA’s free online course–the Coram Deo: Basics course–deepening their understanding of God’s Word, his plans for his world, and his intentions for local churches as agents of social and cultural renewal.

Now, the second course is live and ready for you!

About Monday Church

The Church is not a building or a Sunday-morning activity; it is the Body of Christ on mission in every sphere of society, every day of the  week. Monday Church explores the greatest tool God has given you to impact the world: your work. God intends for your daily work to be for the service of man, the blessing of the nations, and the glory of God.

Monday Church provides a biblical framework for each of us to establish a meaningful, integrated understanding of our life and work. Whatever your work or vocation, God calls you to a new way of living: fully in His presence and for His glory.

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Naomi Smith
Naomi Smith
6 years ago

I’m interested in possibly taking the Monday Church course but when I tried to click on links, I got a “blocked” message. Maybe just bad timing on my part? Let me know if there is something I need to do differently to enroll

Disciple Nations Alliance
Reply to  Naomi Smith

Hi Naomi, thank you for letting us know about this. I will send you an email now to connect you with Shawn Carson in our office; he can help you.

wilfrido
wilfrido
6 years ago

Hi my name is williams and I interest the course
what days do you study with the groups ?
because I work on saturday all day but in the week I am free thanks

Disciple Nations Alliance
Reply to  wilfrido

Greetings! You can study anytime, at your own pace, by signing up for “Individual Study.” If you’d like to be part of a class, please email coramdeo@disciplenations.org and Shawn Carson will respond to you right away. Thanks!

caroline wanguku
caroline wanguku
6 years ago

Hello,
I keep enrolling but cannot seem to find my way to the lessons.
Please help.
Thanks
Caroline

Disciple Nations Alliance

Hi Caroline, I’ve asked Shawn Carson in our office to follow up with you. He should be emailing you soon! -Mary

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