What's New?

One of our goals for the next 5 years is “Curriculum Optimization”. We are undertaking significant curriculum development with 48 new courses being introduced for personal studies. Our general studies curriculum will also be greatly enhanced. Check out some of the new studies that have been launched recently!

Breaking Free

The Breaking Free track covers the topic of addiction through a biblical worldview.

In Exposing the Nature of Addiction, we expose how addiction works and how it affects every area of our lives. By exposing it, we begin to strip addiction of its power. We then contrast the chaos of addiction with the blessings, peace, and freedom made available to us through Christ.

In Confronting Denial, we face one of the greatest enemies to our freedom…DENIAL. Denial blocks us from healing and growth by convincing us that we don’t have a problem. This study will help those affected by addiction or other life-controlling issues to confront denial and bravely face the truth. It will also challenge us all to embrace self-denial over self-deception by taking up our cross and following Christ.

In Grief & Addiction, we address how addictive behaviors are often the “fire” that’s started to distract from grief and pain, and how addiction is also a breeding ground for ongoing grief. Learning to mourn and heal by surrendering our grief to God allows us to move forward in a healthy way. This study challenges us to confront our own grief points and to turn to the Lord for healing, strength, and courage. For it is only through Him that we can find our peace, our hope, and our joy!

PSNL 10: Welcome Packet

This project is designed with new students in mind! It’s a great way to break the ice and get to know your students as they enter into the PSNL classroom. Students are asked to share fun facts about themselves, as well as, their strengths, growth points, and hopes for the future. They are also asked to share briefly about their educational background and the events that led up to their arrival.

Intimacy with Purpose

The Intimacy with Purpose track covers the topic of healthy intimacy. The first three workbooks, 105, 205, & 305 cover the topic of healthy sexual intimacy. The author of these books is Cindy Irwin, a licensed AG minister and Christian sex therapist.

The next three studies PSNL 405, 505, & 605 teach our students the importance of relational, non-sexual intimacy with God, others, and in marriage.

In these studies, we utilize a picture of a pyramid to explain God’s design for healthy intimacy. If sexual intimacy is the top point of the pyramid…the smallest part, because it takes up a relatively small amount of our time on this earth. It’s important, but it needs a solid foundation to be safe, healthy, and stable.