When you're facing cancer, it's important to seize each opportunity and gain every advantage you can. This course will help you be effective and efficient in dealing with cancer, whether it's you or a loved one who has been diagnosed. It will help equip you...

During this Lenten Bible study, we will be exploring 6 different stories from Jesus’ birth to the Hallelujah of Easter Sunday. Each of these stories help us reflect on the passion of Jesus and his promise to us, preparing us for Easter morning. This Bible study...

This new Sustainability Leadership course will engage an inaugural class of clergy and religious leaders interested in leadership modelling for sustainable development, resiliency, and human well-being at local and global scales. The study will focus on the complex concept of sustainability. There are three pillars...

The Methodist Class Leader, a new online course from the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary, examines the historic significance and contemporary relevance of class leaders, a role essential to the success of early Methodism and an effective means of nurturing discipleship. The...

This course is an initial exploration of the discipline of theology and the rich dimension of life of the Christian church, for and in which theology serves critical and constructive roles. Readings and lectures cover such areas as theological genres (creeds and statements of faith),...

The course will immerse the student in the rhythms and practices of spiritual formation through the Academy for Spiritual Formation. It provides an exploration of leadership in local communities with focus on witness to the reign of God and practices to sustain that witness over...

This course offers theology and practice of proclamation as focused in the role of the preacher, the proclamation of Scripture in worship, and the genre of sermon/homily. Experiences may include written and preached sermons, faculty evaluations and Scriptural exegesis. Two hours will be offered as...

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