Be sharpened, deepened, refreshed and further equipped.
THE HOLY SPIRIT: PROF GRAHAM COLE
12 – 16 JULY
Prof Cole served in two Australian churches and lectured at Moore Theological College and The University of Sydney before becoming Principal of Ridley College in 1992. From 2002 he was Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at TEDS Chicago until 2011 when he was invited to become the Anglican Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. In 2015 he moved back to TEDS to become Dean. Among his many published works are He Who Gives Life, Engaging with the Holy Spirit and Faithful Theology: An Introduction.
DR CAMERON MUNRO
GOSPEL SPIRITUALITY FOR LEADERSHIP:
11 February, 4 and 25 March, 29 April, 20 May
This unit explores how the gospel of Jesus Christ is the driving force for discipleship and ministry. Drawing on Scripture, as well as the insights of theologians from Augustine to Timothy Keller, this subject will enable Christian leaders to develop a comprehensive model for gospel centred ministry.
LEADING IN CONTEXTUAL MISSION:
22 July, 12 August, 2 and 23 September, 14 October
This unit seeks to equip church leaders for mission to our post-Christendom culture. The specific topics include: understanding culture biblically and theologically; contextualisation of our message and ministry; missional ecclesiology; evangelistic networking; and, mobilising others in mission.
DR JEFF PUGH
CHURCH SYSTEMS AND CONGREGATIONAL HEALTH:
12 – 16 April
This unit helps us to understand the dynamics of church life and culture that are often hard to detect for pastors who are deeply embedded within their congregations and traditions. The capacity to analyse congregational systems is critical for leaders who want to drive change and oversee new seasons of positive gospel growth within their churches.
To register your interest please contact Rebecca Vincent: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees vary between subjects taken for credit and audit. FEE-HELP and Austudy are available for eligible students taking units for credit.
Applicants for Masters level study must hold an Australian College of Theology bachelor degree, Master of Divinity, or equivalent.
You can download the brochure here.