2013 Registration - Fall Term 1
Registration is August 25, 2013 – September 15, 2013

Our classes are intended to offer personal enrichment with a hands-on practical application of classroom instruction.
Our classes meet at different times throughout the week in six 5-week terms each year.
The classes are local to the Dallas Fort Worth and surrounding areas.
All classes are held at The Potter's House Main campus.

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*Please note: 1) each class is open for residents in the Dallas-Fort Worth area only and 2) all classes are conducted in a classroom setting
environment at The Potter's House Main Campus. Courses are not currently offered online.

TPI Classes

The classes for Fall Term I will be held on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Tuesday Night Classes meet 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm: Sept 17, Sept 24, Oct 1, Oct 8 and Oct 15
Saturday Morning Classes meet 10:00 am – 12:00 pm: Sept 21, Sept 28, Oct 5, Oct 12 and Oct 19

Tuesday Classes

FCL 1702-301 - Faith for Successful Living:
Learn what faith is, the sources and types of faith, the importance of faith and how we as believers can develop our faith.

BUE 2200-200 - Introduction to Project Management:
Receive an overview of basic steps involved in project management; learn basic steps to plan, schedule and control a project; understand various ways how to use proper management for projects large or small; for work or home.

FCL 1701-201 - Prayer and Fasting:
A foundational study of prayer that focuses on how to pray, as well as principles of fasting.

HAN 2000-100 - Cooking for Healthy Living:
Delicious food doesn't necessarily have to be unhealthy food, during these classes, participate in the numerous healthy-eating cooking classes and nutritional lectures.

SPT 2010-100 - Public Speaking With Excellence:
Learn and develop abilities to construct and deliver effective public speeches through the introduction of guidelines and principles of effective speaking; understand, manage and know how to overcome stage fright; know the purpose for speaking and how to prepare a good speech.

Saturday Classes

BIB 1502-400 - A Walk in the New Testament I:
Learn about the life, ministry and message of Jesus as seen in the first four books of the New Testament.

ECO 1900-101 - Breaking Financial Limitations:
Learn how to manage your money by creating a budget, repairing your credit report and creating a plan for debt reduction.

BUS 2200-101 - Starting A Business or Nonprofit:
Learn how to write a winning business plan, how to structure your business or organization, how to find funding, how to manage, market and sell your business, organization, products or services.

SPT 6010-100 - Facing The Foreclosure Giants:
Learn important information that will provide practical solutions for homeowners who might be facing foreclosure and/or other default situations. NOTE: THIS CLASS WILL MEET ON Sept 21, Sept 28 and Oct 5.

DOC 1601-203 - Bible Prophecy:
Systematically study, learn and understand many important Bible prophecies concerning the glorious return of Jesus Christ, with an emphasis on contemporary events in God’s predetermined timetable.