With Hearts Wide Open: Contemplative Leadership Seminar

Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation Inc.

Do you yearn to explore a way of leading that is more aligned with your heart? Leadership is challenging, no matter the workplace.  Despite our best intentions, we all too often find ourselves acting in ways that feel out-of-step with our deepest longings.  With hearts wide open, we can see how to lead in a …
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Facilitating Conversations on Race and Faith: The Sacred Ground Curriculum

Virginia Theological Seminary

Are you interested in reading, watching and learning about the history of race and racism in America and the impact it has on our world today – and engaging in meaningful conversation about change? Join an online cohort and explore a rich curriculum focused on Indigenous, Black, Latino, and Asian Pacific Americans as their histories …
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Certificate in Theology and Health Care

Duke Divinity School (Duke University)

The Certificate in Theology and Health Care (THC) is a one-year course of study designed to equip Christian health care practitioners with the training to embrace that calling and live into it with theological clarity and spiritual joy. The certificate combines foundational courses in Christian theology, scripture, and church history with courses engaging the practical …
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Graduate Certificate in Urban Ministry

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

The Graduate Certificate in Urban Ministry is a flexible program allowing community members and seminarians to explore their Christian vocation in urban settings. This program allows students from all denominations to think about how to apply their faith to where they work, live, and play. The Metro-Urban Institute combines the theory and practice of collaborative …
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Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

The Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies provides students with a general introduction to theological inquiry. Students take four required courses—church history, theology, Bible, and an elective. This certificate is a great foray into deepening one’s understanding of biblical, theological, and historical concepts relevant to the church. Completing the Certificate in Theological Studies Taking two classes …
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Graduate Certificate in Missional Leadership

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

The last 50 years have seen sweeping changes in technology, international travel, communication, and culture that have profoundly impacted how American Christians and their local congregations and parishes engage in God’s mission. In the decades leading up to the 1960s, denominational and mission agency executives conceptualized mission, assessed and prioritized needs, and made most of …
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Graduate Certificate in Ministry

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Ministry receive a foundational understanding of ministry equipping them for broad service to the church. Required courses include theology or history; Bible; and two Preaching and Communications, Introduction to Caring Ministry, or other Ministry Studies courses. Ministry certificate grads may elect to later complete the Seminary’s Master of …
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Anglican/Episcopal Studies Track for a Concentration in Anglican/Episcopal Studies

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Description Pittsburgh Seminary is an approved seminary for the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh and seeks to partner with other dioceses. The Anglican/Episcopal Studies Track is open to PTS students pursuing a Master of Divinity or Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies, who desire a deeper knowledge in specific fields such as church history, doctrine, liturgy, …
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Small Group Ministry: Leadership Development for Facilitators. How to create and maintain small groups

Virginia Theological Seminary

Now more than ever, small groups are a cornerstone of the church. In the first few hundred years of the church, small groups were the way in which the church gathered and disciples were formed. People would meet in homes for fellowship, share how they connected scripture to their lives, and grow spiritually with one …
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