Bishop Kenneth Carder: Being an Effective Pastor in the 21st Century: Lessons learned from 50 years of ministry
November 12, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Participants receive a certificate for 1-hour CEU following the online class.
Bishop Kenneth Lee Carder is a retired Bishop of the United Methodist Church. In 1980 he received the Doctor of Ministry Degree from Vanderbilt Divinity School.
Bishop Carder has served churches in Gaithersburg, Maryland, Bristol, Tennessee, Abingdon, Virginia and Knoxville and Oak Ridge, Tennessee. While in Oak Ridge, he helped initiate an ongoing dialogue between scientists and theologians, including a dialogue between members of the Council of Bishops, on In Defense of Creation. He continues an interest in science/technology and theology/ethics. In addition to dialogue between science and theology, Ken has special commitment to Wesley studies, prison ministries, racial and economic justice, and ministry with those who live in poverty.
During this one-hour webinar, Bishop Carder will share some of the most important insights he has learned in his 50 years in ministry. The hour will seem like ten minutes. Don’t show up late.