Foundations of Grace Practicum

About the Course

Walking in the power of grace extends to all aspects of life, from how we relate to God and others to how we utilize our resources. Through this course, students will develop a proper perspective on grace as the foundation of everyday Christian living. Topics include the identity of a Christian as a new creation and the Christian’s practical response to grace while growing in God.

Dale Anderson


    Dale has been a teacher for over thirty years, serving as a public school teacher (BEd, University of Calgary) and a Bible teacher. He was a missionary in Gliwice, Poland, from 1992 to 1999, where he taught English and established a church focused on prayer and intimacy with Jesus. Dale is the author of Mercy Wins: Learning Mercy in a Merciless Age, and has a passion to see the global Church established in night-and-day prayer with fasting. Dale and his wife, Cheryl, have two children, Jordan (married to Victoria), and Bethany.

    Elrinda du Toit


      Elrinda du Toit received her BA in Communications & Personnel Psychology and also a National Certificate in Musical Theatre in South Africa. She appeared on stage and television before following the call to full-time ministry. She currently serves as a full-time intercessory missionary at the International House of Prayer of Kansas City. Her passion is to see people walk in intimacy with Jesus, prepared and equipped for the unique hour of history in which we live.

      August 21–December 15

      This course is not available for audit.