Family Systems Training for Church Leadership
Anxious times and anxious institutions require non-anxious leaders. Effective leadership depends on being able to separate your personal anxieties from the issues that affect your church or organization. This class helps you find your calm so you can be your best when handling conflict in your church — whether it’s uncomfortable ‘feedback’, attacks, or tangled webs of gossip.
Habits and Goal-Setting Course
Contrary to popular belief, successful and productive people are not innately different from the rest of us; they’ve simply developed habits that help them accomplish their goals. Rev. Jack Shitama has researched goal-setting and productivity for years and brings the best of what he’s found to you.
IFD214 – One New Habit, One Big Goal: Change Your Life in 10 Weeks
Congregational Leadership Courses & Certification
For those new to pastoral ministry or simply wanting to brush up on their church leadership skills, the Congregational Leadership classes offer fundamentals of United Methodist history and doctrine, time management skills, pastoral care, church office management, the sacraments, and Wesleyan theology. The courses may be taken individually or may be combined to earn a Certificate in Congregational Leadership.