Becoming a Disciple-Making Disciple

(BIBL 3063 – Evangelism and Discipleship)

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NOTE:  This is a college accredited course.

This course prepares students to share their Christian faith in their unique context. Students will learn tools and methods of Bible study that enable them to grow in their faith, create culturally relevant lessons, and answer common questions encountered in making disciples.


Course Information

  • Date:  March 8 - May 24, 2021

  • Time: Mondays, 5:30-8:30pm 

  • Place: Prineville Church of Christ (1095 NE 3rd St, Prineville, Oregon)

  • Instructor:  Jason Swick (BA, MA) 

  • Course Credits:  3 Semester Credits (= 3 Quarter Credits)

  • Cost: $60 for credit. $45 for audit.

  • Syllabus

Instructor: Mr. Jason Swick

Jason serves as the Minister of the Word with the Prineville Church of Christ since 2018.   Previously he served as the Campus Minister for the Circle Church of Christ in Corvallis, Oregon from 2008-2018. Prior to coming to Corvallis he worked with Mountaineers for Christ at West Virginia University, where he underwent an extensive apprenticeship in campus ministry.   Jason holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wyoming (1999) and a MA in Christian Ministry from Harding School of Theology (2012). Jason’s special area of interest in teaching is Biblical texts, Exegesis and Ethics.  Jason and his wife Amanda have three young boys.


To Register:

  1. Online Registration.  To register, fill out the online registration form below. This saves your spot in the course and gives us your basic contact information.

  2. Payment:  You can pay in two different ways: 

    1. Online payment.  Click HERE to pay with credit or debit card. Follow the directions and indicate the name of course in the comments section.

    2. Cash/Check.   Bring cash or check to the first class meeting to pay the course fee.  Make checks out to the Southwest Church of Christ.

  3. Class Preparation.  Once you have registered and filled out the appropriate forms, purchase the textbook(s) from your preferred provider (Amazon, alibris, etc) and start reading.

Feel free to contact the course instructor with any questions.