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Crisis Communication: What a DS Needs to Know

A basic introduction to crisis communications for district superintendents. Viewers will learn how to plan for effective communications practices in crisis situations.

Presenters: Rev. Myron Wingfield, Associate General Secretary for the [more]

2014 BOM Mid Quadrennial Event - Bishop Grant Hagiya (Part IV)

Bishop Grant Hagiya, of the Greater Northwest Episcopal Area, leads a talk on “Identifying Systemic Factors & Contextual Reality That Contributes to Excellence in Ministry.” [more]

2014 BOM Mid Quadrennial Event - Dr. Ted Campbell

Dr. Ted Campbell, Associate Professor of Church History, Perkins School of Theology, speaking on behalf of a historian’s perspective on looking for creative and entrepreneurial church leaders. [more]

2014 BOM Mid Quadrennial Event - Reverend Dr. Fred Allen

Reverend Dr. Fred Allen, National Director, Strengthening the Black Church for the 21st Century (SBC 21), speaking on the differences between being a pastor and a leader. [more]

2014 BOM Mid Quadrennial Event - Bishop Grant Hagiya (Part V)

Bishop Grant Hagiya, of the Greater Northwest Episcopal Area, leads a talk on “Identifying Systemic Factors & Contextual Reality That Contributes to Excellence in Ministry.” [more]

2014 BOM Mid Quadrennial Event - Bishop Grant Hagiya (Part III)

Bishop Grant Hagiya, of the Greater Northwest Episcopal Area, leads a talk on “Identifying Systemic Factors & Contextual Reality That Contributes to Excellence in Ministry.” [more]

2014 BOM Mid Quadrennial Event - Reverend Gail Ford Smith

Reverend Gail Ford Smith, Director, Center for Clergy Excellence, Texas Annual Conference, speaking on developing excellent leaders. [more]

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History and Polity of Unitarian Universalism
History and Polity of Unitarian Universalism

An exploration of the history, theology, structure, and practice of ministry within the Unitarian Universalist Church in America. [more]

History and Polity of the Disciples of Christ
History and Polity of the Disciples of Christ

Phillips Theological Seminary
Dates:  August 25, 2014 – December 12, 2014

Instructor:  John Imbler, Director of Denominational Formation (Disciples of Christ)
Tuition:  $825 ($275 per hr.) for 3 hour course plus $100 fees per semester
CEUs:  3 hour [more]

Master of Theological Studies
Master of Theological Studies

The purpose of the 48 semester-hour Master of Theological Studies (MTS) degree program is to develop broad theological understandings for general education purposes. [more]

Vocation Matters
Vocation Matters

This course provides an introduction to the practices of developing and sustaining vocation, including issues of ministerial identity and professional ethics. We will give attention to historical and contemporary models [more]

Spiritual Leadership for a New Day: Exploring Three Key Leadership Capacities
Spiritual Leadership for a New Day: Exploring Three Key Leadership Capacities

We will address the massive changes that have pulled the rug out from underneath established churches and their leaders. What has God been up to in these changes, and how [more]

The Gospel of Mark
The Gospel of Mark

The study of the message from and about Jesus as interpreted in the early church by Mark. Issues of relationship among the synoptic Gospels will be studied. Emphasis is placed [more]

Ecclesiologies: Models and Practices of Being Church
Ecclesiologies: Models and Practices of Being Church

A study of the nature, life, and practice of the church and its critical norm, the reign of God. [more]

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