Indigenous Women in Leadership

St. Francis Xavier University

Online Delivery Applications for this course are open to First Nations, 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 resources. …
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Walking with God: Puritan Practices and Spirituality

Regent College

Puritanism was a devotional movement that continually returned to the necessity of a closer walk with God—and consistently taught how to practice that walk. Explore the principles and practices of Puritan spirituality and discover how their spiritual disciplines can deepen and transform your relationship with God today. In-Person, Online & Recorded: This course is being offered …
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Pilgrimage – St Paul in Rome

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

Pilgrimage to Saint Paul’s sites in Rome, led by Father Scott Brodeur, S.J., professor at the Gregorian University in Rome. This pilgrimage will be a prayerful journey on the footsteps of St Paul in the City of Rome where he came to share the gospel and his life for his brothers and sisters in Christ. …
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Pilgrimages to the Holy Land of Israel and Palestine

St. George's College Jerusalem

Our Study Pilgrimages Our pilgrimage programs vary between 8 and 14 days, and we provide a unique combination of features that makes our pilgrimage programs distinctive and transformative. St George’s is an Anglican college, located beside the Anglican Cathedral of Jerusalem. Most Anglicans in the diocese are Palestinian, and the courses and pilgrimages offered by …
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Research Methods for Social Impact

Coady International Institute (The)

Increasingly, the importance of community-led innovation and research is being recognized by funders and other stakeholders as important to the resiliency and sustainability of communities and community-based organizations. This perception is rooted in the growing body of evidence supporting the importance of the community’s voice at the table when creating programs and policies that have …
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Who is Jesus (NT II)

Wycliffe College

An introduction to a portion of the New Testament: 1 Thessalonians, 1 Corinthians, Galatians, Romans, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Peter, Hebrews and Revelation. The guiding question of the course is: ‘Who is Jesus?’  This course functions as the second half of the Wycliffe introduction to the New Testament, or it can be taken on its own. …
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Resource Development for Local Churches and Community-Based Non-Profits

Wycliffe College

Summary: When we answer the call of leadership to an NGO, a community-based non-profit or a local church, we accept the responsibility to raise the necessary financial resources to fulfill its mission. This course focuses on learning and applying resource development good practices within local churches and community-based non- profits. Its premise is that any …
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Jeremiah: Sorrow Beyond Healing

Wycliffe College

Summary: This course on the Book of Jeremiah will examine the book’s content and themes, giving particular attention to reading through the lens of trauma studies with a wide variety of voices past and present, including global voices. We will focus on select passages with a view to using the text in the life of …
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Introduction to Christian Apologetics

Wycliffe College

This course is an introduction to Christian apologetics and its relationship to evangelism. The course will teach the biblical, theological, and historical foundations of Christian apologetics. Additionally, the course will serve as a primer of cultural exegesis and cultural hermeneutics, the goal of which is to equip students with the critical analytical tools to engage …
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Greek and Hebrew intensive language courses online

Princeton Theological Seminary

These eight-week summer courses are now open to non-degree students! They cover the equivalent of a full year of language study in the span of 8 weeks and count for six credits. Summer language will meet daily, Monday through Friday from June 27–August 19, 2022. Greek and Hebrew will be offered in both online and hybrid formats …
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