Courses for Spring and Summer Sessions, 2022

Regent College

This page has a full listing of all the courses Regent is offering during their Spring and Summer Sessions. All are expected to be available online, unless there is a travel component. The ones that are of particular interest for Continuing Education are also listed in this database.

START: Suicide Intervention Training

TEC/ECUSA--Episcopal Church of the USA

Since the last General Convention the Department of Faith Formation staff of The Episcopal Church have been convening a working group to address the Suicide Prevention initiative named and funded in resolution GC#2018-C014. We are now on the second wave of recruiting training participants as we enter a new year in the midst of pandemic. …
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Understanding Conflict Advanced

Credence and Co.

Facilitator: Betty Pries This workshop uses the two lenses of conflict drivers and conflict paradoxes and considers seemingly intractable conflicts and their transformation. Questions for consideration include the nature of intractability, de-escalation strategies, transforming intractable conflicts, and engaging emotions. This workshop builds on Understanding Conflict: Foundations. It is highly interactive, insightful, engaging, and critical for all …
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Understanding Conflict Foundations–ONLINE

Credence and Co.

Facilitator: Paul Okoye  This highly interactive and educational workshop invites you to consider the building blocks that create conflict and those that assist or detract in conflict’s resolution. The workshop includes reflection, conversation, and exercises as conflicts are studied and models for addressing conflicts are considered. Significant time will be given to skill building for …
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THE ART OF TRANSITIONAL MINISTRY – PART 2

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

OVERVIEW The Part 2 class is for pastors and religious leaders serving in a ministerial context characterized by transition in leadership, culture, context, and ministry who wish to broaden their understanding and skills for leading in the midst of change. Participants will use their current ministry settings for reflection as they hone skills to read, analyze, …
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THE ART OF TRANSITIONAL MINISTRY – PART 2

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

AN ONLINE CLASS FOR GUIDING A CONGREGATION THROUGH CHANGE AND TRANSITION INSTRUCTORS Janet Nolting Carter and Paul Rhebergen DATES Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 2022, 10:00 A.M..-1:30 P.M. ET (synchronous class time) via ZOOM OVERVIEW The Part 2 class is for pastors and religious leaders serving in a ministerial context characterized by transition …
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Understanding Conflict Advanced–ONLINE

Credence and Co.

Facilitator: Betty Pries This workshop uses the two lenses of conflict drivers and conflict paradoxes and considers seemingly intractable conflicts and their transformation. Questions for consideration include the nature of intractability, de-escalation strategies, transforming intractable conflicts, and engaging emotions. This workshop builds on Understanding Conflict: Foundations. It is highly interactive, insightful, engaging, and critical for all …
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ReNew 2023–“It Is Well” – Honouring Singleness and Marriage

Canadian Mennonite University

Rev. Dr Lina Toth (Assistant Principal and Lecturer in Practical Theology at the Scottish Baptist College, UK and Senior Research Fellow at the IBTS Centre, The Netherlands) will offer three presentations, addressing the church’s convictions about singleness, marriage, and weddings. The two-day conference will also offer pastoral renewal through Bible studies, worship, workshops, congregational stories, meals, …
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Mentored Ministry 1

Acadia Divinity College

This course guides students in the formation of pastoral identity and in the development of ministry skills.  This will be accomplished in class through the integration of theory and theology under the direction of the professor, and within a healthy local church under the mentorship of a pastor. Minimum of 240 in-ministry hours required. May …
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Mentored Ministry 2

Acadia Divinity College

PAST 4023 This course guides students in the formation of pastoral identity and in the development of ministry skills.  This will be accomplished in class through the integration of theory and theology under the direction of the professor, and within a healthy local church or other approved ministry setting, under the mentorship of a pastor …
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