A Sense of Call to Leadership, compiled by Claudia Johnson, an emeritus missionary, focuses on the biblical thread of God’s call, how Jesus called specifically, and how each person is uniquely created and gifted to serve in His kingdom. In this course you will learn what happens when
- Leading is the only option,
- Knowing God’s voice matters,
- God prepares the table, and
- Milk won’t do.
The course textbook, The Care Effect: Unleashing the Power of Compassion, by David Crosby, is provided as a PDF file within the course.
This course can be taken as a stand-alone, or as part of our Leadership Certificate Program, an affordable online program of nine courses created for Christian women who want to develop their leadership skills.
The Leadership Certificate Program focuses on three areas of study in three semesters of course work. Participants will take three four-week classes each semester, one from each area.
From a leader who took this course . . .
“This course has been the most convicting, encouraging course I have taken. I believe God has been preparing me for something, but couldn’t put my finger on it. This course has brought it to light! I am excited for what God will be doing. The book is an excellent tool, and I loved the videos! Thank you for such an inspiring class!”
- Denise Edwards, Non-profit President and Ministry Assistant
Here is the course outline:
Introduction and Materials
This module provides a course overview and the course textbook.
Week One - When Leading is the Only Option
Discover how to lead when leading is the only option.
Week Two - When Knowing God's Voice Matters
Discover how knowing God's voice matters as we lead.
Week Three - When God Prepares the Table
As leaders extend the table, they may have opportunities to bring others into His kingdom.
Week Four - When Milk Won't Do
Leaders must often lead through difficult times.
Complete this module and receive your course certificate.
The following certificates are awarded when the course is completed:
|A Sense of Call Printable Certificate|