2 Harvest Workers Tracks to Choose From:


Track 1



Old Testament
New Testament
Missional Leadership & Organization
Evangelism & Discipleship
Lutheran Theological Foundations


Bible Study Methods
Reformation & Lutheran Church History
Church Planting & Revitalization
Youth & Children’s Ministry
Care & Counseling

Track 2




Bible Study Methods
Old Testament
New Testament
Reformation & Lutheran Church History
Lutheran Theological Foundations
Spiritual Formation*


Mission & Ministry:
Ministry Apprenticeship***
Evangelism & Discipleship
Missional Leadership & Organization
Church Planting & Revitalization
Youth & Children’s Ministry
Care & Counseling


New Testament Theology of Mission
*Spiritual Formation is ungraded.
**Positive Endorsement is required prior to advancing to Practical coursework.
***Ministry Apprenticeship required for duration of Mission and Ministry courses (at least 9 months).

To encourage our students to progress consistently through Harvest Workers and maintain a sustainable, affordable program, tuition and fees are paid via subscription. The subscription plan costs $165 per month for a member of a Texas District congregation. For an out-of-district student, the subscription plan costs $200 per month. Payments will continue automatically each month until a student completes or withdraws from the program, so total program cost can vary. Student billing is all electronic via credit card, debit card or ACH payment from a checking account. 


What is Harvest Workers?

Harvest Workers is a brand new, practical, missional ministry leadership training program. Classes are all online and on-demand and taught by experienced mission-minded ministers who are called to mentor and teach next generation ministry leaders.

Who is Harvest Workers for?

Anyone who is seeking to take steps to answer God’s call to greater Kingdom ministry for whom traditional seminary instruction is impractical due to financial, geographic, and/or time constraints. Students may be called to serve as contract pastors, church planters, evangelists or other congregational ministry leaders.

What’s the idea behind the name?

In Matthew 9, Jesus said to his disciples, “The harvest is abundant, but the workers are few. Therefore, pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest.”  We believe that the harvest is still abundant and we desperately need women and men to be sent out into the harvest.  But we also realize that the harvest workers we are praying for need training that is accessible, faithful, and practical.  So as we pray to the Lord of the harvest for workers to be sent out into the harvest, we are preparing to equip those whom he calls for the work that lies ahead.

How does the online classroom work?

All classes are taken as independent study courses through a personal online classroom. Each student works at his or her own pace through each course. Simply login to your classroom from any internet connected device to continue your progress. Each class consists of 16-20 hours of video lessons which are prerecorded by the instructor. In addition, your personal online classroom will guide you step by step through the entire course: required readings, video lectures, research and writing assignments, projects and even exams!  Need to submit a paper or project to your instructor?  Simply upload your document or video right in your online classroom. It’s that easy.

Who will my instructors be? Do they have ministry experience?

All classes are taught by faculty who have served in ministry and have specific experience in the field they are teaching. Each also holds a master’s degree. Most importantly, every instructor loves Jesus and His church and is called to invest in raising up future ministry leaders like yourself.

Will I ever meet my instructors in real time?

Virtually, yes! Each course will require you to spend 4 hours of time in one-on-one video conferences with your instructor. While each instructor may use conference time differently, generally it will be your time to engage directly with the faculty, ask any questions, and discuss the course material and how it applies to practical ministry. In addition to getting to know you as their student, your instructors will be using this time to gauge your grasp of the material and ability to verbally articulate and apply it. By the time you complete the program, you will have mentor relationships with a dozen teaching faculty who are invested in you and your future ministry! Each year we also hold a Harvest Workers Winter Retreat for all students, faculty, staff, and spouses in Concan, Texas. The retreat is at no cost, with travel to and from being the only expense of each student. 

Is this a Lutheran program? Do I have to be Lutheran?

Our program was founded by the Texas District of Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ and we teach from the perspective of our Statement of Faith. Students from other Christian backgrounds are welcome to enroll and learn from our faculty. We ask all students to adhere to our Code of Conduct and a common Christian profession of faith as well as make a commitment to pursue an active life of faith as a disciple of Jesus through personal devotion and participation in a local congregation. We ask all students to respect the Lutheran theological perspective from which we teach. Likewise, you can expect your instructors to respect you and your theological perspective. Above all else, we believe that we exist to be a part of God’s Kingdom building activity in the world.

Besides online and on-demand course delivery, what makes this program unique?

Every course in this program will be taught from a multiplication perspective that emphasizes evangelizing the lost, discipling the found, and equipping leaders to multiply. This philosophy of ministry is an essential building block of our program’s DNA. Most seminary programs emphasize an academic pursuit of biblical and theological studies along with traditional, pastor-centered ministry education. Harvest Workers, while providing a faithful foundation in Bible and Theology, will emphasize practical ministry leadership methods for the present and future church that are faithfully grounded in biblical practices of evangelism, discipleship, and equipping ministries for multiplication.

I’m interested in practical ministry preparation.

How does an online program provide any hands-on learning?

Each student works with a local congregation and supervising pastor for a Ministry Apprenticeship. This will be your opportunity to observe and practice ministry in a context and be mentored by your supervising pastor. Each of your Practical Courses in Mission and Ministry include assignments for you to observe and reflect as well as to practice your ministry skills.

How long does it take to complete a course?

That largely depends on you! The program is designed for you to learn at your own pace and on your own schedule. Each course consists of 20-24 hours of “class time” (video lectures or video conferences). In addition, you should expect to spend an additional 20-48 hours outside of class time on reading and other class assignments.

What about each track? How long does it take to complete?

While you can learn at your own pace, there are some speed limiters. First of all, for your Bible and Theology courses you may only be enrolled in one class at a time. In addition, each class takes at least 4 weeks to complete in order to have time to arrange for conferences. If you are dedicated student making good progress, you can enroll in more than one Mission and Ministry courses at a time on a space available basis. In theory, a student could complete the Church Leader Track in as little as 6 months. However, we anticipate that a typical student will take 12 to 18 months to complete Track 1.
For Track 2, Pastoral Ministry Essentials, there are several factors that impact total program completion. You must complete the 5 Foundational Courses in Bible and Theology and receive a positive endorsement before proceeding to the 7 Practical Courses in Mission and Ministry and Ministry Apprenticeship. Ministry Apprenticeship during Mission and Ministry coursework is required and must last at least 9 months. The final course is a capstone project advised by the instructor of your choice. All that being said, it may be possible for a highly motivated full-time student to complete the program in les than 18 months. We anticipate, however, that most students will take 24-36 months for program completion.

What is endorsement?

Endorsement is a requirement for Track 2 Pastoral Ministry Essential students. Foundational Studies faculty review your progress and reflect on your readiness to proceed to the next step in the program. It is important that we ensure that you are setup for success in your Ministry Apprenticeship and the rest of the program. With a positive endorsement, your faculty are saying “We believe in you!”  

Can I stay in my current church for my Ministry Apprenticeship?

Most likely, yes! It all depends upon your circumstances. If you are currently employed as a church worker, then we will seek to accommodate you in your current setting. We will work with your Senior Pastor to supervise your Ministry Apprenticeship. If you are currently a solo pastor, we will identify a pastor who would be willing to serve as your supervisor. If you are not a church worker and have not had many church experiences apart from your home church, we may identify a church and pastor nearby for your Ministry Apprenticeship. In all cases, assignments are made in collaboration between you, potential sites and supervisors, and the Program Director.  

Is the program accredited?

Our program is a ministry preparation certificate program administered by the Texas District of Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ. While Harvest Workers has no formal educational accreditation, our programs are designed to offer seminary-level ministry preparation for those seeking to grow in their ministry leadership capacity and serve as contract pastors, church planters, or other specialized ministry leaders.  

What about admissions requirements? Do I need a college degree to be admitted?

No degree is necessary! We are not an academic, degree-granting institution and have the freedom to admit students who do not possess college degrees. That said, Harvest Workers is a rigorous and challenging program. As a part of the admissions process, all applicants are asked to read and reflect on a chapter of a book (provided via electronic download) with three short essay responses. This writing sample helps us to evaluate each person’s ability to perform the kind of work that we expect in our program.  In addition, pastoral and other character references will help inform our admissions decision.  

When I’m done, can I be certified as a pastor?

Many congregations, including those in Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC), are free to call pastors who have not gone through a formal certification process. In LCMC, these are referred to as “Contract Pastors.” Track 2 Harvest Workers students would be well equipped to serve congregations in this capacity.
Currently, Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ requires a Master of Divinity degree (or equivalent) to be recognized across the association as a certified pastor. The Harvest Workers Pastoral Ministry Essentials Track is not sufficient to meet LCMC Ministry Board standards for certification at present. However, we are actively pursuing the development of additional coursework that could eventually lead to LCMC certification at some point in the future. would, however, be eligible to serve as contract call pastors.

Is the program affordable?

Yes! Harvest Workers is sponsored by LCMC Texas District which has underwritten the startup costs and is bearing most of the ongoing administrative burden. For students connected to an LCMC Texas congregation, the cost is $165 per month for as long as a student takes to complete the program. You can use any major credit/debit card or checking account to pay for the subscription.

What about books?

In addition to the tuition and a small payment processing fee, you will be responsible for obtaining your required books for each class. Thankfully most ministry resources are very affordable as compared to other academic text books. Costs will vary from course to course.

My spouse wants to take classes with me. Can we go through the program together?

Yes! We will discount the spouse’s tuition by 50% for a spouse enrolling with you simultaneously. While you will be expected to each complete most assignments and assessments separately, your conference time with your instructors would be together. Upon satisfactory completion of the program, both spouses will receive a certificate.

What about financial aid? I really can’t take on any debt.

We will not accept student loans and are committed to working to find scholarships for students that need them. We may have some assistance available through the Bielfeldt Memorial Scholarship Fund. Please contact the Program Director to find out what help may be available for you to pursue your ministry education through Harvest Workers.

What if I cannot complete the program or need to take a break?

We understand that life happens. And while we cannot issue refunds, a student who needs to take a break for 30 days or longer can pause the subscription. Any unfinished course enrolled in at the time of the break would need to be restarted from the beginning without prior approval of both the teaching faculty and the Program Director. Besides that requirement, your coursework will await your return to the program whenever you are ready to resume.

What about other students? Will I ever have the opportunity to collaborate?

One of the challenges of an online, on-demand ministry training program is the development of a learning community. While we can in no way guarantee students a connection with other students going through the same classes at the same time, we will do what we can to connect those students who are. Each year we hold a special Winter Retreat for all students, faculty, staff, and spouses in Concan, Texas. The retreat begins on a Friday evening and concludes Sunday at Noon the first weekend in February. There is no cost to attend the retreat. Travel to and from the retreat is at the expense of each student.

I’m interested in just taking a course or two. Is there any way that I can audit a class?

Yes! We are excited to offer audit versions of our classes. You have two choices when it comes to auditing classes with Harvest Workers: with or without faculty support. If you’d like the most affordable access to the online teaching and are not interested in faculty support, you can sign-up to audit a class for a reduced cost of $150 to $180. Without faculty support, all assignments are optional, and you are encouraged to share them with your pastor or other Christian mentor for feedback and evaluation.
Or you can opt spend a little more and gain access to the full program course and your teaching faculty. You will receive mentorship through 4 one-hour conferences with faculty as well as regular faculty feedback and evaluations on assignments. The total cost with faculty support is $500 to $600.  There is no admissions procedure to audit a class. Simply go to audit a class under the student portal menu and click the button to register for the class you would like to audit.

I’d like to organize a class at my church or in my small group and use Harvest Workers material. Is there any way to do so? How much would it cost?

Yes! We now have an easy way for you to lead a small or large group through a Harvest Workers course. Go to the Bring a Course to My Church page to learn more and sign-up. 
More Questions?
There’s no such thing as a stupid question! Feel free to contact Bryce Formwalt, our Program Director, at 512-942-7776 ext. 2 or bryce@harvestworkers.net with any questions you may have.


Bible Study Methods

To help students develop a foundation of how to study the Bible for both personal devotion as well as preaching and teaching preparation. The course will inspire a passion for the Bible in students, and teach them how to extract its treasures.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Practice of personal devotional study for faith enrichment
2. Able to study scripture in preparation for preaching or teaching
3. Understand various methods of teaching others how to study the Bible, including the inductive bible study method
4. Grasp of how to use various tools and resources available for the student of the Bible 5. Able to lead a bible study lesson


Old Testament

To help students understand the Old Testament as the Word of God: rich in content, diverse in style and purpose, necessary to understanding the backdrop of the New Testament, and useful for personal faith and ministry. The course will develop student confidence in the Old Testament highlighting its treasures in history, wisdom, and prophecy.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Understand the broad historical narrative of the whole Old Testament
2. Grasp of the variety of books, their genre and purpose, including its application to Christian life today
3. Articulate faithful understanding of creation and the nature and the consequence of the Fall
4. Explain the idea of covenant, law, and grace in the Old Testament
5. Able to use the Old Testament as a resource for preaching, care and counseling, and worship
6. Comprehend the connections between the Old and New Testaments in history, theology, and prophecy


New Testament

To inspire student confidence in the New Testament through exploration of its witness to the goodness of God, the nature of the Kingdom of God, the incarnation, life and mission of Jesus, the centrality of the Cross, and the Christian life. This course will present the New Testament in a way that develops students’ wonder of the love and work of God to bring salvation to this world through Jesus. Students will not only have a foundation of knowledge but also should develop a passion to make disciples who make disciples.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Articulate Jesus as historical person, as true God (doing what only God can do), and as true man (doing what every Spirit-filled believer can do)
2. Understand the mission and message of Jesus
3. Explain the Kingdom of God, Jesus’ miracles, Jesus and the demonic, hell and salvation
4. Grasp the work of the Holy Spirit and describe the triune God as revealed in the New Testament
5. Comprehend the early church and its mission
6. Articulate Christian living, understanding both sin and sanctification
7. Develop a biblical understanding of human sexuality


Reformation & Lutheran Church History

To help students better understand our Christian faith and how our theology was shaped and clarified through history. Through exploring the life of Martin Luther, as well as Reformation and post-Reformation Lutheran Church history, the aim is to discover how biblically faithful theological positions were developed and how these ideas are helpful today for living and sharing the Christian faith.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Basic understanding of Church history leading up to the Reformation
2. Describe Martin Luther’s life in historical context and his primary concerns which lead to the Reformation
3. Working knowledge of Lutheran theological development on basic tenets of the faith
4. Familiarity with Post Reformation Lutheran Church History, the history of the Lutheranism in the American context, and Lutherans in global mission


Lutheran Theological Foundations

To build a working knowledge of Lutheran theology by exploring the treasures of the Small and Large Catechisms, the Augsburg Confession, and other Confessional writings as a resource for practical theology and faith. Through this course, students will come to understand Lutheran theology not as a point of separation between Christians but as a treasure that is meant to enrich the whole church and the Christian life.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Use of the Small and Large Catechisms for devotional and instructional purposes
2. Understanding of the Augsburg Confession and basic Lutheran positions on important topics
3. Familiarity with writings of the Book of Concord, their purpose and usefulness in teaching and sharing the faith today
4. Articulate Lutheran theological understandings on salvation, the sacraments, scripture, law and gospel, saint and sinner, and church authority and how they apply in the American context today.
5. Articulate the distinctively Lutheran contributions to the Church universal and what Lutherans can learn from other Christians


Ministry Apprenticeship:

To give students an opportunity to observe and practice mission and ministry in a supervised setting in order to facilitate spiritual and pastoral formation in addition to ministry skill development. Through Ministry Apprenticeship, students will develop spiritually and emotionally and grow into their identity as ministers of the Gospel.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Working knowledge of how a congregation is organized, makes decisions, and carries out ministry
2. Effectively share faith with an unbeliever and teach others to do so
3. Effectively disciple a new believer and teach others to do so
4. Able to lead a new ministry of outreach, recruiting and equipping others to minister and lead
5. Preach and clearly communicate the Gospel
6. Teach Bible study lesson for children, youth, and adults
7. Minister and teach and lead others to minister to those who are sick or in need of care
8. Plan and lead a worship service


Evangelism & Discipleship

To teach faithful and practical methods of sharing faith and discipling believers. Beginning with biblical foundations for evangelism, discipleship, and leadership development, students will explore current best practices in ministry. This course will help students develop practical skills to effectively minister in each area personally and how to lead a missional community to evangelize and disciple.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Articulate the biblical mandate for evangelism, discipleship, and leadership development
2. Articulate the basic principles of multiplication
3. Develop a faithful and effective model for sharing faith personally and teach others how to share faith personally
4. Develop a faithful and effective model for discipling followers of Jesus (i.e. discipleship pathway) and teach others how to disciple others
5. Develop a faithful and effective model for leadership development (i.e. leadership pipeline)
6. Understand how to leverage groups (micro, small, midsize) for evangelism, discipleship, and leadership development
7. Develop a plan to integrate evangelism, discipleship, and leadership development into congregational life


Church Planting & Revitalization

To understand fundamental entrepreneurial and leadership principles behind organizing and leading a faithful church plant or revitalization and to develop core competencies of thinking missionally, contextually, and creatively about starting something new. Students will be introduced to a comprehensive system for guiding discernment for contextual application as well as be exposed to the practical skills often needed to effectively plant or revitalize a church in America today.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Articulate a biblical and logical foundation for church planting in the American context today
2. Grasp importance of churches planting churches
3. Understand a variety of church planting models
4. Comprehend a variety of funding models and able to develop a personal financial plan for supporting a church plant or revitalization
5. Self-awareness of spiritual gifts and practical skills and how they may be best used in church planting or revitalization efforts
6. Able to craft and communicate a clear and concise vision and mission for a church plant or replant
7. Familiarity with common, practical challenges church planters face and potential solutions
8. Describe helpful parallels between church planting and revitalization


Missional Leadership & Organization

To introduce students to best practices for leading and organizing groups to succeed in their mission. Students will learn about avoiding common leadership pitfalls, how to address unhealthy patterns in established congregations, and how to leverage their influence to help move people towards God’s agenda.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Understand basic principles of servant leadership following the example of Jesus
2. Articulate identity as missional leader with proper respect to both Jesus, the head, and his body, the church
3. Able to recognize and understand how healthy and effective church systems and organizational structures can lead to accomplished mission
4. Comprehends best practices for leading change in a congregation
5. Grasps fundamentals of healthy team dynamics including good communication and conflict reconciliation strategies
6. Basic understanding of how churches function and are administrated
7. Recognizes unhealthy patterns and behaviors in leaders and has a plan to be accountable and avoid common leadership pitfalls



To help students to understand the role of worship in developing and sustaining our relationship with God through thanksgiving and praise, the celebration of grace, prayer, the proclamation of the Word, and our response in faith to follow Jesus in daily life. Students will learn about various forms of worship in Christian history and today and will discover guiding principles for planning and leading faithful and effective worship for the American context today.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Basic understanding of worship in the Old and New Testaments
2. Able to articulate what makes worship Lutheran and the great freedom that Article 7 of the Augsburg Confession allows
3. Thoughtfully and faithfully articulate the development of a worship plan for a specific context that is attentive to flow and movement
4. Understands and has a strategy to address “worship wars”
5. Understands worship’s function for both evangelism and discipleship
6. Basic awareness of and ability to plan special services (i.e. baptisms, confirmations, weddings, funerals, etc.)
7. Can articulate the importance of the sacraments in worship as the celebration of grace
8. Able to lead public prayer extemporaneously
9. Able to comfortably lead worship without reading or memorizing a liturgy



To introduce students to faithful methods for effective proclamation of the Gospel and to help students hone skills and develop their personal style as a preacher of the Word. Students will learn how to develop and craft a sermon that makes a point and serves a purpose. Students will also be able to grow through delivering sermons for evaluation and feedback.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Familiar with examples of proclamation in the Old and New Testaments
2. Acquainted with resources for preaching and how to use them appropriately
3. Able to use a primary scripture as foundation for message as well as other biblical passages in support
4. Understanding of a variety of models of preaching
5. Articulate a faithful purpose of preaching for the hearers
6. Develop a style of preaching that is faithful, effective, and authentic to the preacher
7. Comprehends the power of story, humor, and congregational engagement
8. Can preach from notes or a brief outline
9. Familiar with issues and opportunities of preaching for special services (e.g. weddings, funerals, civic ceremonies, etc.)


Youth & Children’s Ministry

To study the dynamics and methods of reaching, teaching, and equipping youth and children to follow Jesus. It is our aim to inspire students to raise up the importance of youth and children’s ministries as priorities in missional communities and to equip students to lead ministries that are both faithful and effective in discipling young people in the American context.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Able to lead children and youth to understand the faith into which they were baptized
2. Can articulate the role of parents and the church in the spiritual development of children and youth
3. Basic understanding of human development by age and implications for ministry
4. Able to develop a children’s and youth ministry plan
5. Comprehends the importance of developing a team or teams to lead youth and children
6. Understands the value of and strategies for developing intergenerational ministries.
7. Acquainted with best practices for first communion and confirmation instruction
8. Can teach and minister to children and youth of all ages in age-appropriate ways


Care & Counseling

To study the various kinds of care and spiritual guidance areas within a faith context, including ways and tools to be effective in this ministry. It is our aim that students will gain insight as to how to think about, act, and lead care and counseling ministries in a missional community.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Understands the biblical foundations for care and counseling ministries today
2. Articulate that care and counseling ministries belong to the priesthood of all believers and the healthy roles for ministry leaders to take
3. Able to effectively visit and pray for the sick and shut-in, as well as administer Holy Communion
4. Can express ideas for how to go about training and leading a missional community to better care for one another
5. Understands the challenges and has a plan in place to minister and lead ministry in times of crisis and significant tragedy
6. Comprehends the basic foundations of marriage, pre-marriage, baptismal, and other spiritual counseling and where to turn for additional resources
7. Has a plan for developing small groups that become centers of mutual care and spiritual guidance
8. Able to lead prayer and develop prayer ministries that teach others to pray and lead a missional community to connect with God through the power of prayer
9. Understands appropriate boundaries and best practices in care and counseling to avoid common pitfalls


New Testament Theology of Mission

To give each student the freedom to apply the biblical, theological and practical knowledge and skills learned and developed through Harvest Workers to a specific project in an area of ministry to which the student believes God is calling him or her. The aim is to help students to ground their specific calling in ministry to our Lord Jesus whom we meet in the New Testament, and in the church and its developed theology down through the ages.
Expected Demonstrated Competencies:
1. Identify a specific understanding of ministerial calling and self-awareness of both ministry skills and growth areas.
2. Articulate his or her sense of ministerial call that is well-grounded both biblically and theologically.
3. The ability to lead a group to embrace a vision and purpose for a new ministry.
4. Communicate how the new ministry would faithfully and effectively evangelize the lost, disciple the found, and equip new leaders for multiplication.


our teaching faculty





Ready to Apply? It’s as Easy as 1, 2, 3!

1. PREPARE: The online application will ask for your basic contact information, academic experience, employment and ministry experience, three brief essays and three references. Please read Chapter 8 of More by Todd Wilson in preparation for your short-answer essays. See the questions asked by clicking the admission application button below. We recommend typing answers in a separate document before you begin filling out the application. Then copy and paste your answers into the appropriate fields in the form. Also, contact your references to ask their permission and let them know about Harvest Workers. One reference should be your pastor.
2. COMPLETE: To the best of your ability and as completely as possible, fill out the online application clicking the button below. Be sure to add contact information for three references. You can also add up to three academic institutions and up to three prior work/ministry experiences.
3. SUBMIT: Click SUBMIT and you’re all set! You should receive an email confirmation of your admissions application. Pleas allow up to 2 weeks for an admissions decision.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask. Contact Program Director Bryce Formwalt at 512-942-7776 ext. 2 or bryce@harvestworkers.net. We look forward to receiving your application!

 annual events


Our faculty, staff and students enjoy opportunities to connect in person. We organize two in person events annually for those able to attend:


Meetup at the LCMC Annual Gathering

We typically arrange for a casual social time on Tuesday evening of LCMC’s Annual Gathering each October. The meetup is hosted in a local establishment with food and beverage provided. Please contact Program Director Bryce Formwalt for more information: bryce@harvestworkers.net.

Retreat at Concan

Our retreat takes place in the southwest Texas Hill Country area in Concan. Each February, faculty share insights on topics of interest for ministry leaders and students, faculty or guests lead worship and devotions. The annual retreat is a time for prayer, fellowship, learning, growth, worship, and plenty of fun. Registration typically opens in August and can be found in the Student Portal.