If you’ve ever wanted to improve your ability to guide adult learners through their faith development, this two-week interactive Discipleship Ministries-approved Lay Servant course is the way to do it. Learn about multiple intelligences, adult faith development, learning hooks and more.
Through dynamic praise and worship, we experience God’s grace, mercy, forgiveness, peace, hope, joy and love. In this interactive course, participants will learn how to enhance the praise and worship experiences at their own churches — whether traditional, blended, and/or contemporary — creating a dynamic, powerful experience for their congregations. This course is eligible for 1.0 CEU and costs $40.
Reflect on life and compare your thoughts with those of Qoheleth, the Old Testament author of Ecclesiastes. Some parts of Ecclesiastes feel hopeless, while others feel comforting. In this course, we’ll imagine we are sitting down to coffee and conversation with Qoheleth. We don’t have to agree with him, but Ecclesiastes gives us the opportunity to examine our own reflections through dialogue with his. This course is eligible for 1.0 CEU and costs $15.
Annual Conference Session
The 30th annual Reformation Day at Emory will explore the question, “Did the Reformation Fail?” The event includes a luncheon musical program featuring the Candler Singers, and an evening Kessler Reformation Concert featuring the Emory University Chorus and Orchestra.
What does it mean to pastor purple in red and blue churches? The Missouri Conference presents "Pastoring in Partisan Times," a four-week webinar series centered on the challenge of pastoring increasingly partisan times. Beginning Oct. 19 and continuing weekly through Nov. 9, this lunchtime learning opportunity will feature Mike McCurry, Leah Gunning-Francis, the Rev. Adam Hamilton and the Rev. David Gushee.