Faith Communities and Missional Leadership Programme
Brief Description
The Faith Communities and Missional Leadership Programme provides you with the necessary insights and specialised knowledge as Christian leader within a faith community to develop the capacity to critically reflect and better discern congregational leadership in contrast to other types of leadership in your specific context.
During the programme, you will come to better grasp the concept of integrating your own narrative and spirituality, have a better understanding of your institutional and contextual environments, as well as engaging in more hopeful, innovative and transforming methods within your community and/or context by applying the appropriate tools, techniques, resources and gained insights.
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing this course, delegates will be able to:
  • Discern congregational leadership from other forms of leadership and will be equipped for leading a faith community while caring for themselves.
  • Discover and experience: God has a place for me!
  • Redefine and master the art of being human as well as the art of taking leadership.
  • Discovered and experience how to model leadership in a transparent way.
  • Discover and experience the current environment of contextual leadership, and have mastered the art to paint.
Course Content
  • Calling, being and understanding myself as being called to lead Emotional intelligence/moral intelligence/low ego need/managing relational leadership.
  • The essence of leadership/ team leadership (filling gaps) / conflict management/interpersonal skills/risk taking.
  • Reading and understanding the context/ creating new cultures/ positive leadership Integrating the outcomes and mentoring.
Entry Requirements
Delegates should at least have a matric certificate and a two- or three year post-matric qualification.
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Social and Religious Studies
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for Pastors and other leaders who have matriculated and have at least a two- or three diploma or a degree in Theology.
Note: Students who qualify for Masters degree at the Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, can take this course as part of a structured Masters degree in Practical Theology.
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions
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