The Lay Servant Ministries Basic Course is an introductory course designed to equip new church leaders and renew current leaders. It can be used with adults and youth and is the foundational course for other leadership training courses. This course covers the 3 core categories of Lay Servant Ministries: Leading, Caring, and Communicating; it also emphasizes ministry in daily life and sharing faith stories. The plans in this Leader's Guide are designed to be taught in 5 two-hour sessions.
NOTE: This guide replaces the Lay Speaking Ministries Basic Course Leader's Guide, DR551. If you have taught the Basic Course before, you will need to adjust your teaching plans to emphasize the core categories of Leading, Caring, and Communicating; ministry in daily life; and sharing faith stories.
|Publisher:||DISCIPLESHIP RESOURCES DIST.CT|
|Product dimensions:||5.80(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Sandy Zeigler Jackson is Director, Connectional Laity Development in the Office of External Connectional Relations and Strategic Initiatives of the General Board of Discipleship.Brian Jackson served as conference director of Lay Speaking Ministries of the East Ohio Annual Conference and was chair of the Association of Conference Directors of Lay Speaking Ministries education committee. Brian and Sandy currently reside in Nashville, Tennessee.