MINISTRY LEADERSHIP COURSES
Ministry Leadership courses are taken by every student in Elevate College. These courses are the building blocks of developing leadership within each individual.
In the first term of semester one, students complete the Ministry Purpose course. This course examines the major elements of discovering and keeping one’s ministry purpose and personal calling. Special attention is given to the understanding and discerning of God’s Will, discovering the unique gifts and personality of each individual, and realizing their personal role in advancing the Kingdom of God.
Personal Leadership is completed by students in the second term of the first semester. This course examines major elements of personal or self-leadership in the pursuit of a Christ-centered life. Special attention is given to grasping God’s order and design for our personal lives. Students will explore the self as spirit, soul, and body. The learning outcome of this class is for students to discover how to lead themselves in the pursuit of a Christ-centered life: spirit, soul, and body.
This course is taken in the student’s second semester in Elevate College. Professional Leadership examines the components of a biblical worldview as a necessary component of Christian professionalism. Students will also gain skills in emotional intelligence, time management, and professional communication.
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The first half of semester three is focused on Ministry Philosophy. This course examines major elements of ministry philosophy. Special attention is given to understanding effective ministry principles, discovering life-giving culture, and grasping the biblical vision for the ministry purpose of the local church and practical systems that result in a healthy ministry philosophy.
MINISTRY PRACTICES I
Ministry Practices I is taken during the second half of the student’s third semester. This course examines the creative process and creating ministry moments in a weekend service. Students will gain understanding and skills to create ministry moments for Sunday services and effectively engage the creative process.
MINISTRY PRACTICES II
In the student’s fourth semester, they will take Ministry Practices II during the first term of the semester. Ministry Practices II examines major elements of pastoral practices in the local church. Students will gain an understanding of ministry principles concerning pastoral care for attendees and members.
Leadership Comprehensive is designed for students to demonstrate their grasp and reflect on overall program goals: the authority of Scripture, pursuit of a Christ-centered life, passion of lifelong learning, calling of ministry leadership, and advancement of the kingdom.