Leading Beyond the Blizzard: Workshops for faith-based organizations

Wycliffe College

It is true that Faith-Based Organizations in Canada are facing an uncertain future. As we enter these uncharted territories, it is becoming more and more evident that we need to draw from our collective wisdom to meet the challenges at hand. We hope that this series of workshops will help gather FBOs, create space to …
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Knee-Deep in Flotsam: Reimagining Ministry Now That Everything Has Changed

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

We are all innovators now. Only a year ago, “sustainability” and “innovation” described extracurricular activities for churches—mostly niche projects that had minimal impact on the daily work of ministry. Suddenly, in 2020, innovation is what we all do—ready or not. We are exhausted and disoriented by this newness, not just because innovation is unfamiliar to …
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Difficult Texts: Confronting What the Bible Really Says About Poverty, Authority, and the Status Quo

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

The Kelso Community Conversation on Race and Faith OVERVIEW From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible proclaims justice and prosperity for the poor: the Exodus is a founding story of God being on the side of the poor and oppressed, the Deuteronomic Code offers commandments that say that how you care for your neighbor is how you …
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Church History: Wisdom of Mission Today

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course will explore the history of Christianity by focusing on snapshots of it in different times and places, by attending to its diversity over time, by encountering contrasting historical figures in its history, by asking what “salvation” meant and what “mission” consisted of in each of these times and places, and by pondering how …
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Introduction to Liturgical Leadership

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course will examine the liturgical principles underlying the planning process for Episcopal Church worship, with specific emphasis on the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. This course will offer students a foundation for planning and leading worship services in the Episcopal Church. We will look at issues which influence the planning of any given service, …
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Practical Preaching in the Digital Age

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course is about how to rethink the basics of reflecting the Gospel into others’ lives. Students will gain practical skills – and a specific method – to build sermons that work from both the pulpit and the smartphone. They will also be led through the ways that Digital Ministry has impacted traditional liturgy, and …
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Introduction to Liturgical Leadership

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course will examine the liturgical principles underlying the planning process for Episcopal Church worship, with specific emphasis on the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. This course will offer students a foundation for planning and leading worship services in the Episcopal Church. We will look at issues which influence the planning of any given service, …
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Faithful Innovation Online Community

Luther Seminary

Join a Dedicated Cohort of Christian Leaders Who Want to Be More Effective in Ministry While Living a More Joyful and Faith-Focused Life Through a dynamic online learning community of ecumenical congergations, you and your congregation will engage ancient spiritual practices and leading-edge innovation theory as you discover ways to join God in forming Christian …
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Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

Wycliffe College

WYB1012Y Summary:   The goal of the course is to equip both students training for designated ministry and those students who wish to continue in advanced degree studies with a working knowledge of biblical Hebrew, as well as for subsequent study in syntax and exegesis. The course itself takes the full academic year (Fall and …
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