Faithful Anti-Racism in a Time of Pandemic – May 2021

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

An online course offered by Calvin Theological Seminary and taught by Christina Edmondson.   Date: Monday, May 3 – Friday, May 28, 2021 Location: online event Course Description Calvin Seminary offers this short-term, online course designed to support your learning and ministry needs amidst the ongoing pandemic. In this course, you’ll gain practical knowledge about …
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Rustandy Global Christianity Distinguished Speaker Series

University of Chicago Divinity School (The)

Thanks to a generous gift from Tandean Rustandy (MBA ’07) the Divinity School has in recent years begun to explore the emerging field of Global Christianity. This coming spring the Divinity School will continue its efforts by launching the Rustandy Global Christianity Distinguished Speaker Series. This lecture series, facilitated through the Martin Marty Center, will …
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Changing Church: Mission, Leadership, & Beloved Community

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

What does it mean to lead during a time of religious, sociocultural, and environmental upheaval? What can churches do differently to better reflect and nurture gospel values and God’s dream of a just, reconciled, Spirit-filled world? This course in missional leadership will ask these and related questions. We will explore concepts and experience practices of …
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The Diaconal Hermeneutic: The Deacon’s Eyes and Ears

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

As we live into the fourth wave of the current renewal of the Sacred Order of Deacons in The Episcopal Church, we are gaining greater clarity about the distinctive nature of the “full and equal order,” and we are increasingly able and willing to invite the gift of prophetic servant leadership. At the heart of …
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Theology of the Cross

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

This course examines the complex phenomenon of the cross in Christian theological language, particularly around issues of salvation, justice, and discipleship. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will construct a theological proposal that answers: Is the Cross Redeemable? That is, does one need the cross for a succinct and sufficient theological language? Is …
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Hybrid Ministry in a Post-Pandemic Church

Luther Seminary

Whether you’re high-tech, low-tech, or no-tech whatsoever, it’s nearly impossible to miss the shift that’s taking place in our culture. Curiosity is on the rise. Participation is sparking creativity and connection. For the first time ever, digital technology is shaping our values. Our churches need the capacity and will to engage with a changing culture—one …
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Ancient Evangelical Future Conference–Engaging the Doctrine of Creation

Trinity School for Ministry

Speakers Jonathan Wilson, Edith Humphrey, Paul Blowers, Sandra Richter and Chris Armstrong The Christian doctrine of Creation is one of the most contested doctrines of the modern era. But arguments with the natural sciences can distract us from the Bible’s narrative of God’s creation and redemption of the world, and disconnect that narrative from the …
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Multivocational Ministry Toolkit

New Leaf Network

Ministry contexts in Canada are complex and changing. There are many ministers who are creatively combining several roles within a complex vocational calling that includes ministry beyond the congregational setting or vocations other than pastoral ministry. The Canadian Multivocational Ministry Project conducted research with people ministering in these contexts, and we are happy to share …
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Management and Leadership of Not for Profits Organisations

Wycliffe College

WYP1621H Summary: In this course, students examine several unique characteristics and roles of non-profit organizations, including urban agencies, NGOs, churches and community-based organizations. Core issues and practices pertaining to the effective management and leadership of non-profit organizations within diverse contexts will be explored. Students in this course will focus on six significant capacity areas of …
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