Lay Servant Ministries by Sandy Zeigler Jackson with Brian Jackson
This is an overview course that provides helpful background for all laypersons in service in the church and community. It is also required for all who pursue recognition in Lay Servant Ministries.
Each One a Minister by William J. Carter
The course focuses on gaining a better understanding of the church and its ministry needs by learning what it means to be a minister. It also describes practical ways of using gifts in ministries in our congregations and communities.
LAY PASTORAL CARE GIVING
Lay Pastoral Care Giving by Tim Farabaugh
This course will offer a systemic path for pastoral care using the gifts of the laity in the church. Uniquye to this course is the ongoing training and accountability meetings outlined for those in this valuable ministry.
EMBRACING PERSONAL PRAYER
Lord, Teach Us to Pray by Margie Burger
Prayer is a relationship with God that grows and matures over time. This course combines scriptural teaching and personal testimony that will help you overcome obstacles to intimacy with God. Appropriate for individuals and small groups.
The Spirit and Art of Conflict Transformation: Creating a Culture of JustPeace by Thomas Porter
Every church deals with conflict, both healthy and unhealthy, and lay servants can be equipped and empowered to help lead through those times of conflict at a time of transformation.
Transforming Evangelism: The Wesleyan Way of Sharing Faith by Henry H. Knight III and F. Douglas Powe, Jr.
Reaching out to non-believers and searching people is mistakenly felt to be solely left up to the clergy of the church. John Wesley’s approach was to relate to other persons in love, compassion, and gratitude for God’s divine grace.