Living life in the presence, under the authority, and for the glory of God


"In [Jesus] all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, 
whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him... 
God was pleased to have all his fullness dwell in him, 
and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether things on earth or things in heaven, 
by making peace through his blood, shed on the cross."
 Colossians 1:16, 19-20




How It Works

  • Sign up individually or as part of a class
  • Complete weekly lessons online
  • Study lessons at your own pace
    or interact with others in a class
  • Earn a certificate
    and facilitate your
    own class

What Makes Coram Deo Unique?

Coram Deo is not just another school – we’re a school for discipling nations. Our online courses are designed to help Christians engage their communities in transforming ways. The healing and flourishing of our nations begins with the church. It happens as we work to advance the reign of Jesus by living our entire lives in the presence of God, under the authority of God, and to the glory of God. That’s what Coram Deo is all about. We invite you to join us. Learn more about what coram Deo means.

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Bases para una sociedad libre, justa y próspera: Entrevista con Luis Sena

A principios de este año, nuestro compañero Luis Sena de la República Dominicana fue entrevistado en el programa de televisión “Entendiendo Los Tiempos.” El tema era la cosmovisión bíblica...

Sharing God’s Big Story: How the Arts Give Meaning

In this challenging critique of modern culture and the Church, Mike Metzger and Phil Burgess explain why “if the goal is discipleship and conformity to the will of God and ‘Thy Kingdom...

[Video] All Work Is Worship

Pastor Mark Dean of Sienna Ranch Baptist Church in Texas explains why there is no distinction in God’s Kingdom between sacred and secular work. The post [Video] All Work Is Worship appeared first on...

The Forest in the Seed PowerPoint presentation

The Forest in the Seed (also a DNA book) is a powerful teaching that helps people see beyond the closed-system economic mentality of materialistic cultures. It offers a biblical perspective on...

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"JOIN US on Sep. 7! Our friends at Redemption Church in Arizona are hosting a conversation on the local church's practical response to the global refugee crisis. Wed., Sep. 7 from 6:00-8:15 p.m. Dinner and childcare are provided--RSVP now, if you're in the area! "We will continue to look at the Refugee Crisis through the lens of a Biblical Worldview and collectively imagine ways we can responsibly love our neighbors who have been displaced.... "We are bringing in two highly respected speakers to speak about the situation: "Matthew Soerens is the US director of church mobilization for World Relief and the co-author of Seeking Refuge: On the Shores of the Global Refugee Crisis and Welcoming the Stranger. "Mark Glanville pastors at Grandview Calvary Church, Vancouver, and is completing a PhD in Old Testament ethics. Grandview has given birth to Kinbrace, a leading support provider for asylum claimants. Mark and his wife Erin are presently writing a book on church based refugee support.""

- ,   August 24, 2016

"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. The New Monday Church Course will explore how vocation has the potential to radically reorder our lives. It will provide 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. Would you like be to notified when Monday Church is available? Sign up for our monthly newsletter for all the latest DNA News!"

- ,   August 23, 2016

"As summer comes to a close, we would love to know your favorite summer adventure and memory?"

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