UPCOMING WORKSHOPS AND HOW TO ARTICLES
Lay Servant Ministries is one of the most significant lay leadership development programs already available within the United Methodist connection. Through this system of equipping and empowering, lay servants have the opportunity to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ...
On September 12, 2022, Compassionate Leadership will be presented by Rev. George Cushman and is based on comments by Albert Outler (Evangelism in the Wesleyan Spirit) and, also, the scripture Luke 6:36 NEB.
By Cat Holbert, Executive Director of Camp & Retreat Ministries Safe Gatherings began in 2012 as a project to assist the Kansas East UMC Conference (now part of the Great Plains UMC Conference). Fueled by a passion for protecting vulnerable populations, Safe...
This month’s event Spiritual Kaizen: How to Become a Better Church Leader will be presented by Bishop Grant Hagiya and is based on the book he authored.
A new online training resource developed by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership addressing issues of financial integrity and preventing fraud in congregational settings.
This month’s event Leading Local Church Committees/Herding Cats presented by Mr. Daniel V. Boring, a lifelong Methodist and active member at Vista de la Montana UMC, is based on his over 50 years of hands-on experience leading both large and small Methodist church groups.
In this webinar, Cat Holbert, DSC Director of Camping & Retreat Ministries will talk to us about the theories of group dynamics and how to form strong connections in the building of diverse relationships.
Check out this FREE and newly released online training course, designed to explore the best practices for offering worship services that engage participants both in-person and online.
This month’s event “How We Lead Matters” is based on the book with the same title from Marilyn Carlson Nelson features Rev. Dottie Escobedo Frank, senior pastor Paradise Valley UMC, on Monday, March 14 at 7:00 PM.
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The Great Connection – A Practical & Intentional Connectionalism