Homiletics 1

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This course is designed to enable the student to construct a sermon/homily rooted in the exegesis of assigned biblical passages. In addition, students will gain experience explaining and applying biblical passages and delivering a biblical sermon/homily. A year of a scriptural studies that include an exposition of exegetical methods is a pre-requisite for this course. …
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French For Ministry: A Week-Long Intensive Course

Montreal Diocesan Theological College

This course is centered around enhancing French linguistic and communication skills for pastoral contexts. This includes grammar revision, the sharing of French resources such as church and biblical vocabulary, preparation of prayers, and role playing pastoral care situations. Participants may take this course as part of the Certificate in Bilingual Ministry or as a stand-alone …
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Festival of Homiletics 2024: Sustaining and Nurturing the Preaching Life

Luther Seminary

“We have been through it, preachers. We have adapted and pivoted and survived. We have proclaimed the Gospel faithfully and preached God’s hope passionately. But now is the time for some serious self-care. We have heard from you and from preachers around the world that what preachers need now is help in sustaining and nurturing …
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Preaching the Prophets

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course explores the pertinence of the message of the prophets of ancient Israel for contemporary issues through reading, exegesis, and preaching. We will read significant parts of prophetic literature, asking how literary, historical, and theological lenses provide ways to see, preach, and teach its messages. We will also learn from classic preachers (e.g. John …
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Practical Preaching in the Digital Age

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This is a hands-on preaching and digital ministry course for new preachers. Learn to preach from the ground up comfortable in the pulpit and online. This will NOT be manuscript preaching! We will practice a conversational, video-friendly, note-free sharing of Good News. Preachers will learn to: Use the ‘Triangle Preaching Process’ – Scripture, situation, self. …
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Perspectives on Preaching

Acadia Divinity College

This micro-credential course explores specific and current perspectives on the nature of preaching. Students will be introduced to current perspectives on preaching and the ways in which they can include these insights into their own practice to enhance their preaching. This year’s Perspectives on Preaching will be built around Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III’s Simpson …
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SERMON CAMP FOR PREACHERS

Luther Seminary

Learn practical strategies that engage your own spirituality and backstory to craft an effective sermon without the stress. Reboot your preaching life & Rediscover the joy of Preaching. You wonder if there’s a better way to prepare your sermons. You’re tired of scrambling for a message at the last minute and then wondering if your message …
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Reading the Times: Christian Responses to the News of the Day

Regent College

What role should the news play in the life of a disciple of Christ? This may seem like a contemporary concern, one made acute by political polarization, social media, and ubiquitous screens. And indeed we are living through a time when technological and cultural forces are causing drastic upheavals in the news industry. This course …
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Christology & Discipleship in Mark’s Gospel

Regent College

In this course, we will embark on a journey through the Gospel of Mark, unraveling the narrative portrayal of Jesus (Christology) and the profound implications of following him (discipleship). Our primary focus will be on Mark’s interpretation and application of the Servant motif from the book of Isaiah. This pervasive motif serves as a powerful …
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