HELP! I’M A SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER
- A webinar from Lexington Theological Seminary
- Led by Dr. Claire Bischoff, Adjunct Professor of Religious Education
- Saturday, October 11, 2014; 1:30 – 3:30 PM
Whether you were born to be a Sunday School teacher or just got roped into it before you could say No, this webinar is for you. Not only will you be convinced that you are just the right person for the job, you will also come away armed with practical ideas to face some of the most daunting aspects of teaching, including:
- Creative ways to pray with your class
- Tried and true methods for beginning discussion (and keeping it going)
- Insider tips for group management
- Fresh ways to engage scripture – and more!
This would be a great way to strengthen your church’s program of Christian Education – and a great time to round up your Sunday School teachers for a helpful and inspiring webinar.
You may participate either on campus ($15) or online ($10) by registering on the seminary’s website (www.lextheo.edu) or by contacting Dr. Bill Turner at 859/280-1253 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Log-in instructions for online participants will be sent upon your registration. AND once you’ve paid your $10 fee, you are welcome to gather a group of Sunday School leaders and/or church members to join you – at no extra cost!
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn and grow!
Too many churches focus solely on the issue of musical tastes or liturgical styles in relation to worship. In this webinar, Dr. Allen will offer a different model to shape congregational conversations about the evaluation and renewal of worship, regardless of whether worship is “traditional” or “contemporary.” The webinar is oriented toward groups in a congregation with some responsibility for and interest in planning and leading worship – worship committees, worship teams, choirs, praise bands, staff, and laity. Gather a group at your church, go online, and let Dr. Allen kick-start a new conversation for you about how to serve God better in your worship services – and how to make the service more meaningful and relevant for the community of faith.
JESUS’ MIRACLES FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
- September 6, 13, 20, and 27 – 9:00 am until Noon
- continental breakfast starts at 8:30
- Cost is $75 per person for the four sessions.
Many Christians follow Thomas Jefferson’s lead on how to deal with the miracle stories of the gospels from the perspective of a scientific world view: we essentially delete them from our Bible. But the sheer number of them in the gospels shows how important they were for the early Church’s understanding of the person and works of Jesus as the Christ. In this Bible study, Dr. Allen will lead us through an exploration of ways to interpret the stories in which Jesus offers miraculous healing to those who are sick, possessed, or disabled as having significant theological meaning for Christians in our own day and age.
Tentative Schedule for the LTS Golf Scramble:
- 12 p.m. – registration opens
- 12 p.m. – Complimentary Luncheon
- 1:30 p.m. – Tee time
- 6:00 p.m. – Awards Reception
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LTS Golf Scramble
June 7 | 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Lifting Your Congregation from “Good to Great” – Re-Framing Church
Growth in the Missional Era with Rev. Matt Rosine
Crestwood Christian Church, with the Rev. Dr. William Edwards, Regional Minister of The Christian Church in Ohio, delivering the commencement address.
On-Campus Intensives (for students)
October 11 | 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Help! I’m a Sunday School Teacher? with Dr. Claire Bischoff
Here’s a great opportunity for church leaders, church groups, Sunday School classes, and more! A webinar series you can attend online or on site in Lexington. Register online and get full details here: http://www.lextheo.edu/webinars-workshops-for-church-leaders/