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    • Layperson’s I – Section 1 – Benefits of the Cross Forum
      Layperson’s I - Section 1 - Benefits of the Cross ONLINE FORUM INTERACTION EXPECTATIONS -09-09-15 Online Forum Interaction Expectations
      • Discussion questions are designed to help the course be interactive as well as to help make the content more personal. This is a GRADED portion of your assignments.
      • Each primary post (your first response to the course assigned question) is required to have an open-ended question (a question without a “yes” or “no” answer) included at the end of the post for others to respond to. This question is NOT to be rhetorical or sarcastic in its tone.
      • Plan to spend time on the discussion board at least twice per week at a minimum. You will need to make your original post no later than Sunday of every week in order to give everyone a chance to respond to your ideas and others’ before the forum closes. Every Thursday there is a new forum question. The forum closes on the following Wednesday.
      • Posts should be personable AND professional. Do not post anything that you or others would be embarrassed or bothered to see out on the web.
      • The expectation is that you will post your own response to the listed question and then INTERACT in meaningful ways with at least one of your peers in your assigned discussion group. (“Good post” or “I agree” type comments do not count as an interaction. They are nice pieces of encouragement! )
      • The expectation is that you will read ALL of the posts.
      • “Texting” is great for use with a cell phone. It is not appropriate for a discussion board. Facebook style posts are also NOT appropriate.
      • Rules of Engagement: The tone of every post should be professional and NOT personally attacking in any way. The goal is not for everyone to agree but for everyone to handle disagreement in a Christ-like manner. (It is appropriate to “mix it up” a bit by taking an opposing view.)
      • Phil is on vacation. A discussion forum is not the place for advice or counsel. If that need arises, please handle it through private e-mail or discussion with Pastor Walker.
      • Opinions or responses without appropriate academic research, support, or reasoning are really just taking up space. Come to the discussion prepared and with something meaningful to say. (Each original post should be no longer than one well-constructed.
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    • Reply To: Benefits of the Cross – Forum – Week 43 years, 10 months ago

      Diamond Carter

    • Layperson’s II – Section 1 – Gifts of the Holy Spirit
      Layperson’s II - Section 1 - Gifts of the Holy Spirit ONLINE FORUM INTERACTION EXPECTATIONS - Revised 09-09-15 Online Forum Interaction Expectations
      • Discussion questions are designed to help the course be interactive as well as to help make the content more personal. This is a GRADED portion of your assignments.
      • Each primary post (your first response to the course assigned question) is required to have an open-ended question (a question without a “yes” or “no” answer) included at the end of the post for others to respond to. This question is NOT to be rhetorical or sarcastic in its tone.
      • Plan to spend time on the discussion board at least twice per week at a minimum. Every Sunday there is a new forum question. You will need to make your original post no later than Tuesday of every week in order to give everyone a chance to respond to your ideas and others’ before the forum closes. The forum closes on Saturday.
      • Posts should be personable AND professional. Do not post anything that you or others would be embarrassed or bothered to see out on the web.
      • The expectation is that you will post your own response to the listed question and then INTERACT in meaningful ways with at least one of your peers in your assigned discussion group. (“Good post” or “I agree” type comments do not count as an interaction. They are nice pieces of encouragement! )
      • The expectation is that you will read ALL of the posts.
      • “Texting” is great for use with a cell phone. It is not appropriate for a discussion board. Facebook style posts are also NOT appropriate.
      • Rules of Engagement: The tone of every post should be professional and NOT personally attacking in any way. The goal is not for everyone to agree but for everyone to handle disagreement in a Christ-like manner. (It is appropriate to “mix it up” a bit by taking an opposing view.)
      • Phil is on vacation. A discussion forum is not the place for advice or counsel. If that need arises, please handle it through private e-mail or discussion with Pastor Walker.
      • Opinions or responses without appropriate academic research, support, or reasoning are really just taking up space. Come to the discussion prepared and with something meaningful to say. (Each original post should be no longer than one well-constructed.
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    • Reply To: Gifts of the Spirit – Week 3 – (September 25- October 2, 2016)2 years, 8 months ago

      Sylvanie Samuel-Sealey

    • Layperson’s II – Section 2 – Spirit Controlled Life
      Layperson’s II - Section 2 - Spirit Controlled Life ONLINE FORUM INTERACTION EXPECTATIONS - Revised 09-09-15 Online Forum Interaction Expectations
      • Discussion questions are designed to help the course be interactive as well as to help make the content more personal. This is a GRADED portion of your assignments.
      • Each primary post (your first response to the course assigned question) is required to have an open-ended question (a question without a “yes” or “no” answer) included at the end of the post for others to respond to. This question is NOT to be rhetorical or sarcastic in its tone.
      • Plan to spend time on the discussion board at least twice per week at a minimum. Every Sunday there is a new forum question. You will need to make your original post no later than Tuesday of every week in order to give everyone a chance to respond to your ideas and others’ before the forum closes. The forum closes on Saturday.
      • Posts should be personable AND professional. Do not post anything that you or others would be embarrassed or bothered to see out on the web.
      • The expectation is that you will post your own response to the listed question and then INTERACT in meaningful ways with at least one of your peers in your assigned discussion group. (“Good post” or “I agree” type comments do not count as an interaction. They are nice pieces of encouragement! )
      • The expectation is that you will read ALL of the posts.
      • “Texting” is great for use with a cell phone. It is not appropriate for a discussion board. Facebook style posts are also NOT appropriate.
      • Rules of Engagement: The tone of every post should be professional and NOT personally attacking in any way. The goal is not for everyone to agree but for everyone to handle disagreement in a Christ-like manner. (It is appropriate to “mix it up” a bit by taking an opposing view.)
      • Phil is on vacation. A discussion forum is not the place for advice or counsel. If that need arises, please handle it through private e-mail or discussion with Pastor Walker.
      • Opinions or responses without appropriate academic research, support, or reasoning are really just taking up space. Come to the discussion prepared and with something meaningful to say. (Each original post should be no longer than one well-constructed.
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    • Reply To: The Spirit Controlled Life – Discussion Forum – Week 3: (October 23 – October 29, 2016)2 years, 8 months ago

      Monica Harrigan

    • Layperson’s II – Section 3 – Doing the Works of Christ
      Layperson’s II - Section 3 - Doing the Works of Christ ONLINE FORUM INTERACTION EXPECTATIONS - Revised 09-09-15 Online Forum Interaction Expectations
      • Discussion questions are designed to help the course be interactive as well as to help make the content more personal. This is a GRADED portion of your assignments.
      • Each primary post (your first response to the course assigned question) is required to have an open-ended question (a question without a “yes” or “no” answer) included at the end of the post for others to respond to. This question is NOT to be rhetorical or sarcastic in its tone.
      • Plan to spend time on the discussion board at least twice per week at a minimum. Every Sunday there is a new forum question. You will need to make your original post no later than Tuesday of every week in order to give everyone a chance to respond to your ideas and others’ before the forum closes. The forum closes on Saturday.
      • Posts should be personable AND professional. Do not post anything that you or others would be embarrassed or bothered to see out on the web.
      • The expectation is that you will post your own response to the listed question and then INTERACT in meaningful ways with at least one of your peers in your assigned discussion group. (“Good post” or “I agree” type comments do not count as an interaction. They are nice pieces of encouragement! )
      • The expectation is that you will read ALL of the posts.
      • “Texting” is great for use with a cell phone. It is not appropriate for a discussion board. Facebook style posts are also NOT appropriate.
      • Rules of Engagement: The tone of every post should be professional and NOT personally attacking in any way. The goal is not for everyone to agree but for everyone to handle disagreement in a Christ-like manner. (It is appropriate to “mix it up” a bit by taking an opposing view.)
      • Phil is on vacation. A discussion forum is not the place for advice or counsel. If that need arises, please handle it through private e-mail or discussion with Pastor Walker.
      • Opinions or responses without appropriate academic research, support, or reasoning are really just taking up space. Come to the discussion prepared and with something meaningful to say. (Each original post should be no longer than one well-constructed.
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    • Reply To: Doing the Works of Christ – Discussion Forum – Week 2: (November 27 – December 3, 2016)2 years, 8 months ago

      Pamela Browne-Hodge

    • Layperson’s II – Section 4 – Covenants
      Layperson’s II - Section 4 - Covenants ONLINE FORUM INTERACTION EXPECTATIONS - Revised 09-09-15 Online Forum Interaction Expectations
      • Discussion questions are designed to help the course be interactive as well as to help make the content more personal. This is a GRADED portion of your assignments.
      • Each primary post (your first response to the course assigned question) is required to have an open-ended question (a question without a “yes” or “no” answer) included at the end of the post for others to respond to. This question is NOT to be rhetorical or sarcastic in its tone.
      • Plan to spend time on the discussion board at least twice per week at a minimum. Every Sunday there is a new forum question. You will need to make your original post no later than Tuesday of every week in order to give everyone a chance to respond to your ideas and others’ before the forum closes. The forum closes on Saturday.
      • Posts should be personable AND professional. Do not post anything that you or others would be embarrassed or bothered to see out on the web.
      • The expectation is that you will post your own response to the listed question and then INTERACT in meaningful ways with at least one of your peers in your assigned discussion group. (“Good post” or “I agree” type comments do not count as an interaction. They are nice pieces of encouragement! )
      • The expectation is that you will read ALL of the posts.
      • “Texting” is great for use with a cell phone. It is not appropriate for a discussion board. Facebook style posts are also NOT appropriate.
      • Rules of Engagement: The tone of every post should be professional and NOT personally attacking in any way. The goal is not for everyone to agree but for everyone to handle disagreement in a Christ-like manner. (It is appropriate to “mix it up” a bit by taking an opposing view.)
      • Phil is on vacation. A discussion forum is not the place for advice or counsel. If that need arises, please handle it through private e-mail or discussion with Pastor Walker.
      • Opinions or responses without appropriate academic research, support, or reasoning are really just taking up space. Come to the discussion prepared and with something meaningful to say. (Each original post should be no longer than one well-constructed.
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    • Reply To: Covenants – Discussion Forum – Week 4: January 29-February 4, 20172 years, 6 months ago

      Pamela Browne-Hodge

    • Layperson’s II – Section 5 – Present Day Ministry of Jesus / Understanding Suffering
      Layperson’s II - Section 5 - Present Day Ministry of Jesus  / Understanding Suffering ONLINE FORUM INTERACTION EXPECTATIONS - Revised 09-09-15 Online Forum Interaction Expectations
      • Discussion questions are designed to help the course be interactive as well as to help make the content more personal. This is a GRADED portion of your assignments.
      • Each primary post (your first response to the course assigned question) is required to have an open-ended question (a question without a “yes” or “no” answer) included at the end of the post for others to respond to. This question is NOT to be rhetorical or sarcastic in its tone.
      • Plan to spend time on the discussion board at least twice per week at a minimum. Every Sunday there is a new forum question. You will need to make your original post no later than Tuesday of every week in order to give everyone a chance to respond to your ideas and others’ before the forum closes. The forum closes on Saturday.
      • Posts should be personable AND professional. Do not post anything that you or others would be embarrassed or bothered to see out on the web.
      • The expectation is that you will post your own response to the listed question and then INTERACT in meaningful ways with at least one of your peers in your assigned discussion group. (“Good post” or “I agree” type comments do not count as an interaction. They are nice pieces of encouragement! )
      • The expectation is that you will read ALL of the posts.
      • “Texting” is great for use with a cell phone. It is not appropriate for a discussion board. Facebook style posts are also NOT appropriate.
      • Rules of Engagement: The tone of every post should be professional and NOT personally attacking in any way. The goal is not for everyone to agree but for everyone to handle disagreement in a Christ-like manner. (It is appropriate to “mix it up” a bit by taking an opposing view.)
      • Phil is on vacation. A discussion forum is not the place for advice or counsel. If that need arises, please handle it through private e-mail or discussion with Pastor Walker.
      • Opinions or responses without appropriate academic research, support, or reasoning are really just taking up space. Come to the discussion prepared and with something meaningful to say. (Each original post should be no longer than one well-constructed.
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    • Reply To: Present Day Ministry of Jesus/Understanding Suffering – Discussion Forum: Week 3- March 5, 20172 years, 5 months ago

      Monica Harrigan

    • Layperson’s II – Section 6 – How to Relate to Your Pastor
      Layperson’s II - Section 6 - How to Relate to Your Pastor ONLINE FORUM INTERACTION EXPECTATIONS - Revised 09-09-15 Online Forum Interaction Expectations
      • Discussion questions are designed to help the course be interactive as well as to help make the content more personal. This is a GRADED portion of your assignments.
      • Each primary post (your first response to the course assigned question) is required to have an open-ended question (a question without a “yes” or “no” answer) included at the end of the post for others to respond to. This question is NOT to be rhetorical or sarcastic in its tone.
      • Plan to spend time on the discussion board at least twice per week at a minimum. Every Sunday there is a new forum question. You will need to make your original post no later than Tuesday of every week in order to give everyone a chance to respond to your ideas and others’ before the forum closes. The forum closes on Saturday.
      • Posts should be personable AND professional. Do not post anything that you or others would be embarrassed or bothered to see out on the web.
      • The expectation is that you will post your own response to the listed question and then INTERACT in meaningful ways with at least one of your peers in your assigned discussion group. (“Good post” or “I agree” type comments do not count as an interaction. They are nice pieces of encouragement! )
      • The expectation is that you will read ALL of the posts.
      • “Texting” is great for use with a cell phone. It is not appropriate for a discussion board. Facebook style posts are also NOT appropriate.
      • Rules of Engagement: The tone of every post should be professional and NOT personally attacking in any way. The goal is not for everyone to agree but for everyone to handle disagreement in a Christ-like manner. (It is appropriate to “mix it up” a bit by taking an opposing view.)
      • Phil is on vacation. A discussion forum is not the place for advice or counsel. If that need arises, please handle it through private e-mail or discussion with Pastor Walker.
      • Opinions or responses without appropriate academic research, support, or reasoning are really just taking up space. Come to the discussion prepared and with something meaningful to say. (Each original post should be no longer than one well-constructed.
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    • Reply To: How to Relate to Your Pastor – Discussion Forum – Week 3: May 28-June 4, 20172 years, 2 months ago

      Celise Mahoney

    • Layperson’s II – Section 7 – Living Letters (Part 1 & 2)
      Layperson’s II - Section 7 - Living Letters (Part 1 & 2)  ONLINE FORUM INTERACTION EXPECTATIONS - Revised 09-09-15 Online Forum Interaction Expectations
      • Discussion questions are designed to help the course be interactive as well as to help make the content more personal. This is a GRADED portion of your assignments.
      • Each primary post (your first response to the course assigned question) is required to have an open-ended question (a question without a “yes” or “no” answer) included at the end of the post for others to respond to. This question is NOT to be rhetorical or sarcastic in its tone.
      • Plan to spend time on the discussion board at least twice per week at a minimum. Every Sunday there is a new forum question. You will need to make your original post no later than Tuesday of every week in order to give everyone a chance to respond to your ideas and others’ before the forum closes. The forum closes on Saturday.
      • Posts should be personable AND professional. Do not post anything that you or others would be embarrassed or bothered to see out on the web.
      • The expectation is that you will post your own response to the listed question and then INTERACT in meaningful ways with at least one of your peers in your assigned discussion group. (“Good post” or “I agree” type comments do not count as an interaction. They are nice pieces of encouragement! )
      • The expectation is that you will read ALL of the posts.
      • “Texting” is great for use with a cell phone. It is not appropriate for a discussion board. Facebook style posts are also NOT appropriate.
      • Rules of Engagement: The tone of every post should be professional and NOT personally attacking in any way. The goal is not for everyone to agree but for everyone to handle disagreement in a Christ-like manner. (It is appropriate to “mix it up” a bit by taking an opposing view.)
      • Phil is on vacation. A discussion forum is not the place for advice or counsel. If that need arises, please handle it through private e-mail or discussion with Pastor Walker.
      • Opinions or responses without appropriate academic research, support, or reasoning are really just taking up space. Come to the discussion prepared and with something meaningful to say. (Each original post should be no longer than one well-constructed.
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