Quincy Brown: More than a Sermon – Tips to Becoming More Effective as a Pastor

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1 Hour CEU Credit is email to attendees after all ClergyEducation.com classes Being a pastor in today’s church means wearing a lot of hats, and learning how to find hats that fit well may be the secret to finding success as a pastor. During this one-hour session Quincy Brown – United Methodist past in Atlanta, Georgia, former district superintendent, and … Read More

Teresa Stewart: Building with Strengths for Small Congregations

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Small congregations are not miniaturized big congregations. They have different challenges. Fortunately, they also have different strengths–ones that are deeply forming, urgently needed, and generally unavailable in big settings. Learn how to build with these strengths and stop imitating models that never fit to begin with. How to work beyond the limits of big-setting, top-down, program thinking. How to go … Read More

Dr. Rodney Smothers: Building a Leadership Network

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10:30 am east / 9:30 am cent / 8:30 am moun / 7:30 am pacific Registrants will receive a certificate representing one-hour CEU credit and link to webinar video after live event. In the shadow of pandemic leadership shifts, it is more important than ever to discover ways to grow our ministry skills. One of the most important roles of … Read More

Kay Kotan and Jason Stanley: An Effective Approach to Cooperative Parishes

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Kay Kotan and Jason Stanley offer a roadmap for discernment and implementation for congregations to cooperate strategically and creatively to make a bigger Kingdom impact. You will be challenged, directed, and even coached during this fast hour. The cooperative parish concept has been knocked around in the United Methodist Book of Discipline and annual conference staff organizational charts for decades. … Read More

Nicole Reilley: Digital Ministry for a Non-Digital Native

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We live in a digital world, and online ministry (for most of us) is here to stay.   Whether you are a digital native (someone who grew up always having access to the Web) or not, today’s world invites us to use technology to worship, disciple, and reach new people with God’s love in Jesus. But how do we engage in … Read More

Copy of Dr. Rodney Smothers: Who Will Do This With Me? Creating a collaborative leadership culture

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Registrants will receive a certificate representing one-hour CEU credit and link to webinar video after live event. Col•lab•o•ra•tive Produced or conducted by two or more parties working together. In the shadow of pandemic leadership shifts, it is more important than ever to create a collaborative leadership culture. Dr. Rodney Thomas Smothers serves as a leadership coach and consultant in the … Read More

Rachel Gilmore: Easy ways to enhance online discipleship in your church

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With so many churches moving to online worship and small groups, what are the easiest ways to make disciples in digital spaces? Join us for this webinar where Rachel answers the following questions: What is discipleship and how does it “fit” into the online church? What can online discipleship look like? What are the most effective platforms to use for … Read More

Dr. Rodney Smothers: Who Will Do This With Me? Creating a collaborative leadership culture

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Registrants will receive a certificate representing one-hour CEU credit and link to webinar video after live event. In the shadow of pandemic leadership shifts, it is more important than ever to create a collaborative leadership culture. Dr. Rodney Thomas Smothers serves as a leadership coach and consultant in the areas of new church development and congregational revitalization. He is the … Read More

Quincy Brown: More than a Sermon – Tips to Becoming More Effective as a Pastor

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1 Hour CEU Credit is email to attendees after all ClergyEducation.com classes Being a pastor in today’s church means wearing a lot of hats, and learning how to find hats that fit well may be the secret to finding success as a pastor. During this one-hour session Quincy Brown – United Methodist past in Atlanta, Georgia, former district superintendent, and … Read More

Charles Maynard: A Storyteller Looks at the Parables

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Charles Maynard is a lot of things to a lot of people. To some, he’s the author of several books on the mountains and historical characters. To some, he’s author of United Methodist books like Tidings of Comfort and Joy and A Storyteller Looks at the Parables. To others, he’s a pastor at one of the largest United Methodist congregations, … Read More