The Foundations E-Course

This course navigates topics such as Righteousness, Biblical Justice, Peacemaking and many others. *You do not need the paperback copy of 'Foundations' in order to enroll in the course. However, we encourage our students to purchase the book to use when following the course lessons.*

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction to Civil Righteousness

  • 2

    Chapter 2: Righteousness

    • Chapter 2: Righteousness

    • Chapter 2: Discussion_Questions

  • 3

    Chapter 3: Biblical Justice Part 1

    • Chapter 3: Biblical Justice Part 1

    • Chapter 3: Biblical Justice Part 2

    • Chapter 3: Discussion Questions

  • 4

    Chapter 4: One Blood: The Desegregated Life

    • Chapter 4: One Blood: The Desegregated Life

    • Chapter 4: Self Assessment & Questions

  • 5

    Chapter 5: Understanding the Mystery: One New Man

    • Chapter 5: Understanding the Mystery: One New Man

    • Chapter 5: Discussion Questions

  • 6

    Chapter 6: Blessed are the Peacemakers

    • Chapter 6: Blessed are the Peacemakers

    • Chapter 6: Discussion Questions

  • 7

    Chapter 7: The Table of Brotherhood

    • Chapter 7: The Table of Brotherhood

    • Chapter 7: Discussion Questions

    • CR. Table of Communion Guide

  • 8

    Chapter 8: Actions Steps

    • Chapter 8: Actions Steps

    • Chapter 8: Discussion Questions

  • 9

    End of Course Assessment

    • Please follow this link to complete an anonymous course assessment.

Meet Your Instructors

Founder of Civil Righteousness, Inc.

Jonathan Tremaine Thomas

Jonathan Tremaine Thomas was raised in the southern foothills of western North Carolina along with his brother, worship artist Jaye Thomas. As a fifth-generation “preacher’s kid,” and the grand - nephew of the late Civil Rights activist and music legend Dr. Nina Simone, Jonathan represents a unique blending of artistic history and divine calling.As the founder of CivilRighteousness.org, he gained a voice nationally following the civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Today he directs prayer-fueled evangelism, discipleship, community transformation, and racial reconciliation initiatives in the St. Louis area. With a strong conviction to “earnestly contend for the faith,” Jonathan carries an uncompromising message of identity in Christ and eternal perspective.

VP of Education, Civil Righteousness & Director, Kalamazoo House of Prayer

Tami Flick

Tami Flick is a professional musician who is equally at home leading worship, directing a choir, or playing her flute in a symphony. Tami directs the Kalamazoo House of Prayer: overseeing the day to day function of the prayer room as well as the staff, internship program, and trainings for KHOP’s worship and prayer leaders. In late 2015, Tami encountered the Lord and His heart for justice through a prophetic dream about a school bus. This powerful dream led her to attend a national gathering in St. Louis that Jonathan Tremaine Thomas was hosting called “The Commission.” It was during this gathering that she first heard him use the term “Civil Righteousness.” Tami “caught” the phrase in the Spirit and was immediately convinced that the Civil Righteousness message needed to come to the college campuses of Kalamazoo. The rest is history!

Pastor, Trenches Community Church & Board Member, Jesus Loves Kalamazoo

James Harris

Pastor James is a “down to earth,” transparent, relevant, and practical teacher who loves to serve those who are lost or less fortunate. God has called him to lead people into an authentic and intimate relationship with Jesus, to love humanity unconditionally, and to walk in the authority God has given us. He loves his family and has been married to Machelle Harris for 36 years. They have three children and seven beautiful grandchildren.

FAQ

  • When does the course begin?

    The course is available to complete during your own time and at your own pace. You can join as a group, or complete it individually.

  • Is there group pricing?

    Yes! We recommend group leaders purchase our Foundations Course Book.It covers the course material and provides the discussion questions in the course.

    Please know spouses may take the course together under one individual price.

    GROUP PRICING:

    Small Group (10-25 people) Pricing: $150 for first person + $75 for each additional person.

    Large Group (25+ people) Pricing: $150 for first person + $50 for each additional person.

    Complete this Group Pricing request form and we will provide you with payment instructions for your group.

Enroll Today!

Join us as we journey into the Biblical foundations of reconciliation and restorative justice.