As the debate over technology and distance education swirls, hybrid education—linking face-to-face with online—is garnering increased attention. In this article, Daniel L. Brunner investigates through research and his own experimentation the “how” of hybrid. He names six “good practices” that entail the facilitation of learning, re-imagining the courses themselves, integration of face-to-face with online, socialization, course design, and training and support. To conclude, he sketches out three possible implications for Christian higher education. Mr. Brunner is Associate Professor of Church History and Spiritual Formation at George Fox Evangelical Seminary.