Website Maintenance in Progress

Online pentecostal education

Anytime. Anywhere.

Experience online pentecostal education,
Bible teaching, spiritual formation,
and leadership coaching without leaving your day job!

^ Video Shortcode ^

Begin a course today

  • 5 Lessons

    Discerning and Stewarding Your Call

    Have you ever struggled to know what a “call” is? Or struggled to know how to develop in your call? Os Guinness says, “There is no calling without a Caller.” Are all people called? Or is it a select group of people who are called? Together we will discover calling through biblical accounts and work to lay a foundation to steward the call God is birthing in us.
  • 5 Lessons

    Encountering the New Testament

    The gospel is the good news of God’s reign! This course introduces students to the books of the New Testament by considering their content, themes and theology; grappling with their historical-cultural contexts; and exploring their place in the big story of Scripture. The goal is to encourage disciples of Jesus not only to read God’s Word, but to live it by the Spirit.
    So what do we mean by New Testament? You’re probably familiar with the New Testament, but have you ever thought about why we call it that? Or what the New Testament really is? If we really believe that the New Testament is God’s Word, that God is communicating with us through the books of the New Testament, we need to understand what it is we’re reading. That’s what this course is all about.
  • 5 Lessons

    Foundations in Fasting

    This course provides students with the foundations to the biblical and theological understanding of the spiritual discipline of fasting as seen throughout the entire canon of Scripture. This course educates, inspires, and shows students the way to lay hold of God’s power by embracing the spiritual discipline of fasting. Last, but not least, this course heightens an awareness of fasting combined with prayer as a means to bring healing, deliverance, fresh vision, and focus to those who practice this spiritual weapon.
  • 7 Lessons

    Intimacy With Christ

    A neglected relationship cannot thrive. The same is true between people and for our lived connection with God. How can we push ourselves to grow closer to Jesus without falling into legalism or relying on our own limited strength? This course will help you sort out the biblical mindsets, practical tools, and life rhythms you need to grow closer to our Master and Beloved. We will consider both universal and personal ways that different people connect with Christ and how to implement foundational habits and attitudes to abide in Him. (John 15) 
  • 5 Lessons

    James: Living Our Faith

    The book of James is a beloved letter of sage wisdom to Christian believers. Its big theme revolves around not just hearing the word of God but fostering an active, loving, whole-hearted Christian life in response to the word of God. The book deals with social conflicts and spiritual factions in the church, calling believers to rebuke worldliness and seek God’s wisdom as they face various trials. Our course will explore the overall structure, literary and background features of the book. We will engage in a thoughtful exposition of the text in full, focusing on main themes, key verses and issues of interpretation, with an aim toward personal application, reflection and transformation for life.
  • 5 Lessons

    Legacy of ACOP

    A look back at the distinctives, expansion, and spiritual heritage of ACOP. 2021 marks the 100 Anniversary of the founding of the Apostolic Church of Pentecost of Canada (ACOP). Over the past 100 years, ACOP has planted churches across Canada and sent global workers to more than 40 countries. Over the past century, ACOP has engaged in children’s and youth ministry, women’s and men’s ministry, orphan care, camp ministry, church construction, distribution of bibles, digging wells, providing water filtration, addiction recovery programs, bible training, vocational training, and Christian education. We are grateful for all the things God has accomplished through ACOP during the past century, but we are longing for greater fruitfulness in our second century. We are grateful for the deep roots that we have in the Pentecostal movement – but we want to embrace the renewing work that Spirit is doing in our day and will do in the future.
  • 5 Lessons

    Leviticus: All of Life as Worship

    Have you ever had the goal of reading the Bible through from beginning to end only to get thwarted by the book of Leviticus? Leviticus is a book of the Bible often misunderstood or ignored by many Christians who don’t see how this ‘strange’ book applies to our lives today. The book of Leviticus, when studied intentionally and with imagination, gives us insight into God’s deep love for his people and how we function in relationship with him. As we step into this new awareness, we connect with the experiences and realities of our ancestors in faith and are more available to our Holy God for transformation to look more like Christ.
  • 5 Lessons

    Pentecostal Theology

    The very term “Pentecostal Theology” might seem like an oxymoron to some. As a movement that arose not within the halls of academia but among the people of God longing for revival, an emphasis on formal theology has never been its primary emphasis. Nevertheless, the Pentecostal passion for encountering the living God allows its adherents to approach the theological task in a rich, distinctive manner. This course introduces students to such an approach.
  • 5 Lessons

    Self-Awareness and Managing Yourself

    Have you ever looked at other Christians and felt like they have an understanding of themselves and God that you’re missing?

    Maybe you’ve reached a spiritual lull and aren’t sure where to go from here. Intentionally stepping into God’s transforming work in our lives can bring us to an ever-deepening place of self-awareness and understanding of God. As this self-awareness is explored and experienced through listening deeply to God in the context of a loving Christian community, we begin to step into the reality of who we are in Christ. It’s not a journey you have to make alone. God will give you community and his Holy Spirit to make the journey by the power of his grace. Are you ready?
  • 3 Lessons

    The Spirit-Filled Life

    Do you long for an exciting life of powerful ministry with signs, wonders, and gifts of the Spirit, but feel it’s out of reach? Perhaps your experience in the Gifts of the Spirit, in and out of church, has been less than what the Bible says is the norm, but you want more? More importantly, do you want your experience to match your Charismatic, Pentecostal theology? This course explores some of those big questions.
  • 5 Lessons

    Thinking Theologically

    God calls us to love and worship him with our whole beings: heart, soul, strength and mind.  If that is true, then learning to think theologically is not an optional discipline, but essential to the healthy formation of every Christian believer.  Fostering a Gospel-shaped imagination means being embedded in the overall storyline of the Bible so we can learn how to apply the narrative of God’s redemption to our everyday life and mission as Christians.
  • 5 Lessons

    Discerning and Stewarding Your Call

    Have you ever struggled to know what a “call” is? Or struggled to know how to develop in your call? Os Guinness says, “There is no calling without a Caller.” Are all people called? Or is it a select group of people who are called? Together we will discover calling through biblical accounts and work to lay a foundation to steward the call God is birthing in us.
  • 5 Lessons

    Encountering the New Testament

    The gospel is the good news of God’s reign! This course introduces students to the books of the New Testament by considering their content, themes and theology; grappling with their historical-cultural contexts; and exploring their place in the big story of Scripture. The goal is to encourage disciples of Jesus not only to read God’s Word, but to live it by the Spirit.
    So what do we mean by New Testament? You’re probably familiar with the New Testament, but have you ever thought about why we call it that? Or what the New Testament really is? If we really believe that the New Testament is God’s Word, that God is communicating with us through the books of the New Testament, we need to understand what it is we’re reading. That’s what this course is all about.
  • 5 Lessons

    Foundations in Fasting

    This course provides students with the foundations to the biblical and theological understanding of the spiritual discipline of fasting as seen throughout the entire canon of Scripture. This course educates, inspires, and shows students the way to lay hold of God’s power by embracing the spiritual discipline of fasting. Last, but not least, this course heightens an awareness of fasting combined with prayer as a means to bring healing, deliverance, fresh vision, and focus to those who practice this spiritual weapon.
  • 7 Lessons

    Intimacy With Christ

    A neglected relationship cannot thrive. The same is true between people and for our lived connection with God. How can we push ourselves to grow closer to Jesus without falling into legalism or relying on our own limited strength? This course will help you sort out the biblical mindsets, practical tools, and life rhythms you need to grow closer to our Master and Beloved. We will consider both universal and personal ways that different people connect with Christ and how to implement foundational habits and attitudes to abide in Him. (John 15) 
  • 5 Lessons

    James: Living Our Faith

    The book of James is a beloved letter of sage wisdom to Christian believers. Its big theme revolves around not just hearing the word of God but fostering an active, loving, whole-hearted Christian life in response to the word of God. The book deals with social conflicts and spiritual factions in the church, calling believers to rebuke worldliness and seek God’s wisdom as they face various trials. Our course will explore the overall structure, literary and background features of the book. We will engage in a thoughtful exposition of the text in full, focusing on main themes, key verses and issues of interpretation, with an aim toward personal application, reflection and transformation for life.
  • 5 Lessons

    Legacy of ACOP

    A look back at the distinctives, expansion, and spiritual heritage of ACOP. 2021 marks the 100 Anniversary of the founding of the Apostolic Church of Pentecost of Canada (ACOP). Over the past 100 years, ACOP has planted churches across Canada and sent global workers to more than 40 countries. Over the past century, ACOP has engaged in children’s and youth ministry, women’s and men’s ministry, orphan care, camp ministry, church construction, distribution of bibles, digging wells, providing water filtration, addiction recovery programs, bible training, vocational training, and Christian education. We are grateful for all the things God has accomplished through ACOP during the past century, but we are longing for greater fruitfulness in our second century. We are grateful for the deep roots that we have in the Pentecostal movement – but we want to embrace the renewing work that Spirit is doing in our day and will do in the future.
  • 5 Lessons

    Leviticus: All of Life as Worship

    Have you ever had the goal of reading the Bible through from beginning to end only to get thwarted by the book of Leviticus? Leviticus is a book of the Bible often misunderstood or ignored by many Christians who don’t see how this ‘strange’ book applies to our lives today. The book of Leviticus, when studied intentionally and with imagination, gives us insight into God’s deep love for his people and how we function in relationship with him. As we step into this new awareness, we connect with the experiences and realities of our ancestors in faith and are more available to our Holy God for transformation to look more like Christ.
  • 5 Lessons

    Pentecostal Theology

    The very term “Pentecostal Theology” might seem like an oxymoron to some. As a movement that arose not within the halls of academia but among the people of God longing for revival, an emphasis on formal theology has never been its primary emphasis. Nevertheless, the Pentecostal passion for encountering the living God allows its adherents to approach the theological task in a rich, distinctive manner. This course introduces students to such an approach.
  • 5 Lessons

    Self-Awareness and Managing Yourself

    Have you ever looked at other Christians and felt like they have an understanding of themselves and God that you’re missing?

    Maybe you’ve reached a spiritual lull and aren’t sure where to go from here. Intentionally stepping into God’s transforming work in our lives can bring us to an ever-deepening place of self-awareness and understanding of God. As this self-awareness is explored and experienced through listening deeply to God in the context of a loving Christian community, we begin to step into the reality of who we are in Christ. It’s not a journey you have to make alone. God will give you community and his Holy Spirit to make the journey by the power of his grace. Are you ready?
  • 3 Lessons

    The Spirit-Filled Life

    Do you long for an exciting life of powerful ministry with signs, wonders, and gifts of the Spirit, but feel it’s out of reach? Perhaps your experience in the Gifts of the Spirit, in and out of church, has been less than what the Bible says is the norm, but you want more? More importantly, do you want your experience to match your Charismatic, Pentecostal theology? This course explores some of those big questions.
  • 5 Lessons

    Thinking Theologically

    God calls us to love and worship him with our whole beings: heart, soul, strength and mind.  If that is true, then learning to think theologically is not an optional discipline, but essential to the healthy formation of every Christian believer.  Fostering a Gospel-shaped imagination means being embedded in the overall storyline of the Bible so we can learn how to apply the narrative of God’s redemption to our everyday life and mission as Christians.

To equip the saints
for the work of ministry

Ephesians 4:12

ECO exists for students already engaged in ministry, family, or career and who cannot attend our residential program. We know students in this situation desire quality online pentecostal education but need flexibility and training that fits in their life. Our goal for ECO is to make online pentecostal education available in a flexible and accessible-anywhere format.

ONE SUBSCRIPTION FEE

Access to the complete catalogue of ECO courses

Trial

$ 0 7 Day Trial
  • Full access to ECO
  • Track your progress
  • Easily upgrade after trial

Monthly

$ 25 Per Month
  • Full access to ECO
  • Track your progress
  • Cancel anytime

Annual

$ 275 Per Year
  • Full access to ECO
  • Track your progress
  • Get one month free
Best Value

Step in

Experience ECO Today

Continue the journey of life-long learning, sharpen your skills,
and prepare yourself for the calling God has for you!

Scheduled Maintenance: ECO will be intermittently unavailable for scheduled updates.

X