Make Me an Instrument of Peace: Civil Discourse Training

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Civil discourse is a critical part of engaging in our civic life together, as it can help us to bridge partisan political divides, learn from one another, and create better solutions to the problems in our communities. But what is civil discourse? Is it different from civility? Based on the online class created by The …
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Understanding, Exploring, & Managing Bias and Burnout: Via Webcast | A SELF-GUIDED COURSE

Luther Seminary

You like to be productive, so you’ve learned to stay busy. It’s nice to feel needed, so you never say “no.” Your job is to care for everyone, so you neglect your own well-being. Until you can’t. Burnout makes it hard to manage much of anything well, and that includes our built-in biases and default …
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Sharing, Solidarity and Action: Racial Justice and the Canadian Churches (An online gathering)

Canadian Council of Churches (The)

The Canadian Ecumenical Anti-Racism Network (CEARN) of the Canadian Council of Churches invites you to two days of ecumenical support and engagement in anti-racism in and through the churches. The immensity of the racism across the country that has risen up and become bolder has affected Canadian churches and its members. How are churches responding …
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Intersections: a Dialogue Series on Racism

Anglican Diocese of British Columbia

This is our fourth offering of this highly popular anti-racism series. Capacity is limited to 30ppl/session. Register early. This session will run online on Wednesdays, from 7pm-9pm, from September 28 to November 9, 2022. Intersections: A Dialogue Series is an opportunity to engage with Challenging Racist ‘British Columbia’: 150 Years and Counting (CRBC). Produced as part of the …
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HOWARD THURMAN: The Writing of Jesus and the Disinherited; a Retreat Day led by Lerita Coleman Brown

Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation Inc.

Explore Howard Thurman’s life and contemplative witness and what it might mean for us in today’s challenging world. In the contemplation of the earth, I know I am surrounded by the love of God. — Howard Thurman Through audio teaching, guided meditation, reflection questions and invitations into silence, Lerita Coleman Brown invites you into intentional …
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Indigenous Women in Leadership

Coady International Institute (The)

Applications for this course are open to First Nations (status or non-status), Métis, and Inuit participants residing in Canada only.  Click here to apply  Click here for downloadable PDF Indigenous women traditionally held places of honour, respect, and leadership within their families and communities as our advisors and caretakers of life, lands, and …
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Future of Work and Workers

Coady International Institute (The)

The unprecedented convergence of the forces of globalization, urbanization, changing demographics, and climate change are already fundamentally changing the way we live and work. While the continuous advancement of artificial intelligence and advanced robotics have improved productivity and efficiency and increased convenience, they have raised concerns over the number of jobs being lost due to …
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Pastoral Care with Marginalized Communities

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course focuses on practical and theological foundations for engaging authentically and meaningfully with communities where life experiences, identities, and/or demographic characteristics reveal a social divide that can preclude others (and ourselves) from recognizing their full humanity.  Readings and other course content integrate literature from social science, practical theology, and personal narratives of experience.  The …
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Lessons on Leadership (2022-2023)

Wycliffe College

Relevant talks for faith-based leaders Lessons On Leadership: ICE provides opportunities for organizational and church leaders to learn from experts, reflect on their current context, and plan to address significant community and organizational issues. For the program’s inaugural year, topics include: “Fundraising in Economic Uncertainty” and “Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Faith-Based Organizations.” These events …
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Programs at Restoring Connections

Restoring Connections (formerly the Center for Spirituality at Work)

Currently there is no single page that lists all of their courses, however the Programs menu item lists everything, and the home page gives a quick overview.