“Jesus modeled the heart of a true servant leader by investing most of His ministry time training 
and equipping the disciples for leadership” –Ken Blanchard, author of the One Minute Manager
“The authority by which the Christian leader leads is not power but love, not force but example, 
not coercion but reasoned persuasion. Leaders have power, but power is safe 
only in the hands of those who humble themselves to serve.”   –John Stott
From the National Association of Christian Ministers, Elder Mooney discusses thoughts about how communication is learned and why ministers need to develop communication skills. Free Christian Leaders…
  • Have you ever known a person who knew the Bible “inside-out”, but as soon as they began to share their “insights” people stopped listening?
  • Have you ever known someone who had great ideas, but people simply would not follow them? 
  • Have you ever known a person who had a genuine calling of God on their life, but for some reason they just never had an opportunity to use their calling in a local church?

Good News

The Good news is that they can change, and if they do, the whole world will change for them!  They will begin to experience new relationships and opportunities that they have never before known.  The trick is in the concept that they will stop trying to change others and begin focusing on themselves.  We suspect that many would gladly take this step if they only knew how.  We are pleased to offer this knowledge to those who are accepted into our Leadership Development Program.


What You Will Gain

  • Influence with people
  • A greater understanding of yourself and others
  • Advanced communication abilities from Biblical principals
  • Persuasion techniques
  • Leadership behaviors, strategies, and approaches
  • More Benefits Offered as “Optional”
  • Professional planning and development
  • Résumé construction
  • Internship
  • Personal reference

Philosophy of this Program

1. There are more ministers in the marketplace than behind pulpits.  Even the majority of pastors in America are bi-vocational –working another job outside of the church.  This is quite a Biblical approach to ministry for Jesus’ ministry was primarily in public and at the market.  The Apostle Paul also worked a second job as a tent-maker.

2. Irrespective of one’s specific call to ministry, every minister needs to be able to communicate with, and lead people in an effective way –otherwise their efforts are fruitless.

Course Curriculum

1. Introduction to the Mentor Program FREE 00:30:00
Lesson 2 Chaplain Qualifications & Competencies 00:00:00
Lesson 5 The Chaplain in a Pluralistic Society 00:00:00
Lesson 7 The Chaplain and Proselytism 00:00:00
Lesson 9 Chaplaincy Skills Foundations 00:00:00
Lesson 11 Ministering in Situations of Loss 00:00:00
Lesson 13 Ministering in Crisis Situations 00:00:00
Lesson 15 Ministering in Death & Dying Situations 00:00:00
NACM Christian Chaplaincy Course: Completion Section 00:00:00
Video Session 1 Ministry is Relational 00:00:00
Video Session 2 S.E.L.F. Assessment: Awareness of Your Own Tendencies 00:00:00
Video Session 5 The Whiner, The Stonewall, & The Ultra-Agreeable 00:00:00
Video Session 7 The Procrastinator; Review & Application 00:00:00
Unit 1 00:30:00
Unit 2 00:30:00
Unit 3 00:30:00
Unit 7 00:30:00
Unit 8 00:30:00
Unit 12 00:30:00
Unit 13 00:30:00
Unit 9 00:30:00
Unit 17 00:30:00
Unit 18 00:30:00
Unit 21 00:30:00

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