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NC Synod’s Leadership School for Mission and Renewal is a new ministry of the synod.
This school offers one course (8-12 sessions) in the spring and fall. Courses are offered on a two year cycle. Students may take all of the courses or select among offerings. Students who complete all fours courses will receive a certificate of completion from the synod designating them as graduate and particularly equipped for ministry within a congregation. Homebase for instruction varies with each class being live-streamed to multiple sites throughout the synod. Each site location, in person or live-streamed, will have its own facilitator/s.
Leading in Faith – Fall 2017 Course: Understanding and Using our Leadership Gifts
How do we lead effectively in a church? What is your particular leadership style? What can we learn from biblical examples of leadership? This course can be a game-changer for students as they focus on leading communities through change, building teams that work, managing conflict, and moving ideas from whiteboard into action.
Join us each Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 pm from September 21 – November 16, 2017.
Classes will be taught live at Christ Lutheran, Charlotte and live-streamed at a variety of locations. Cost for the class is $75 per student. Scholarships available.
Special note: If you have five people who would like to take the class together, please email email@example.com. We would be happy to work with you to establish your location as a site and provide a facilitator.
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Overview of courses
Faith and Finances—Spring 2018
Jesus talked a lot about money. How can we break the conspiracy of silence about money in the church and discover how we, and our congregations can be good stewards of all that God provides?
Sharing Our Faith—Fall 2018
This final course will prepare you to speak of the hope that is within you—your own faith—and receive the faith stories of others. We will examine varied approaches to evangelism, asking how faith-sharing can be meaningful across cultures and in your particular community