Join current graduate students, alumni, and community members for stimulating courses from Seattle Pacific Seminary this June:
THEO 6745: Christian Social Entrepreneurship and Church Planting
Instructor: Daniel Frederick
Dates: June 20-24; 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Mode: In-Person
Assists current and future church leaders to combine business skills with theological grounding in order to establish social enterprises and fresh expressions of church. Students will apply economic and business knowledge to areas of pastoral support and teaching. They will develop a workable social venture business plan to apply this learning directly to a particular faith community. Course content will include church planting models, financial management and accounting, and community exegesis.
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THEO 6744: Ministerial Leadership
Instructor: Rev. Joe Kim
Dates: July 5-8; 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Mode: In-Person or via Zoom
Explores the basic building blocks of what it means to lead well in a ministry setting and highlights practical, research-based strategies for learning and growing on the job. Topics will include calling and purpose, building and developing your team, dealing with conflict, leading under pressure, balancing work and life, and the paradox of sacrifice and success.
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Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 2022