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Mobilizing the Laity in the 21st Century – Part 1
By Chris Holland

Discover seven (7) reasons for pastoral burnout and how to address them. Review recent church growth statistical data and extrapolate key points from the data. Discover the most important, imperative, command in the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19) and how that helps in mobilizing the laity. Learn how to avoid consumeristic Christianity in your membership.

– Taught by Pastor Chris Holland

 

One of the greatest challenges faced by the church of the “west” is the emphasis on pastoral dependence. Is there any solution to the problem? Is the problem actually bigger than we have imagined? How can we engage our church members in active service? In this course, Dr. Chris Holland gives you surprising insights into the challenges facing the 21st-century church. He teaches you important biblical steps to address these challenges PLUS how to cope with the additional challenges introduced by the global pandemic (COVID-19).

This is the third course in a four (4) course series developed from live-training sessions sponsored by Newbold College of the United Kingdom and attended by pastors and lay leaders from conferences in the Trans-European Division (TED) of Seventh-day Adventists.

In this course you will:

  • Discover seven (7) reasons for pastoral burnout and how to address them
  • Review recent church growth statistical data and extrapolate key points from the data
  • Learn the most important, imperative, command in the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19) and how that helps in mobilizing the laity
  • Learn how to avoid consumeristic Christianity in your membership
  • Get a downloadable copy (PDF file) of the instructor’s slides
  • Gleem valuable nuggets of information from Dr. Chris Holland’s responses to the attendees’ questions

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