Dialogue as Spiritual Practice by Christine Luna Munger

Episcopal House of Prayer (The)

Join Christine Luna Munger for this four-part experiential, skill-based teaching series based on her work with Contemplative Dialogue. This workshop responds to folks’ desires to learn how to engage one another in civil dialogue; this workshop responds to the need for practical, concrete tools and postures which support meaningful engagement with others. Through a framework …
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Understanding Conflict Foundations–ONLINE

Credence and Co.

Facilitator: Marg Van Herk-Paradis or Betty Pries 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. This four-morning workshop includes reflection, conversation, and exercises as conflicts are studied and models for addressing conflicts are considered. Significant time will be …
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Spiritual Direction

Spirituality & Practice

Thank you for your interest in Spiritual Direction. Spirituality & Practice (S&P) has partnered with Stillpoint, a leading spiritual direction training organization, to help you find an equipped and well-qualified spiritual director. Click here to read more about Stillpoint. Spirituality & Practice is devoted to providing resources for your spiritual journey. These take the form …
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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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Regent College Summer Programs (Starting in May)

Regent College

With a full slate of graduate courses covering Bible and theology, plus issue-specific courses on work, race, gender, kinship, and more, our 2021 Summer Programs lineup has something for everyone—and all of it will be accessible online! There’s one exception: Technology, Wilderness & Creation (a.k.a. The Boat Course). Circumstances permitting, we still hope to make …
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Master of Theology (ThM)

Toronto School of Theology

The Master of Theology (ThM) degree is an individually-focused research degree for candidates to prepare for admission to a doctoral program or advanced ministry. A bachelor’s degree normally in arts and a first master’s degree are a prerequisite for entrance. The ThM lasts for one year of full-time study, or up to six years of part-time study. Who’s …
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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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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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