Dominion Leadership University 

  Trimester Schedule

Fall Trimester 2022

September 24th – November 12th  

** Class Key
E             Elders
   D            Deacons
   M           Ministers
Class No.
BIB 307

Course Name
The Major Prophets of the Old Testament

 

Instructor
TBA
Day/Time
Thursday 7:00-8:30 p.m.

 

Classroom
Virtual Google Classroom
Needed By**
E,D,M

        MIN 469

Leadership: Becoming a Person of Influence

Larry Bullard

Saturday
10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Virtual Google Classroom
E, D, M
MIN 410
Christian Ethics

 

Lauretta Halstead

Saturday
10:45-12:15 p.m.
Virtual Google Classroom
E, D, M

        COM 201

Becoming a Transformational Communicator

Keturah Fountaine

Saturday, 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.

Virtual Google Classroom

           E,D,M

      4 Week Seminar

The Ascension Gifts of Christ & Functional Gifts of God
Tonya Banks
October 8th-29th

9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

 

Virtual Google Classroom
E, D, M
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Course Descriptions  

The Major Prophets of the Old Testament

This course is designed to overview the Major Prophets writings and to examine the different scope of their prophecies. We will examine the life of each major prophet and discuss the various ways of interpreting their words in history, with a special emphasis on the orthodox protestant approach to the scriptures.

Leadership: Becoming a Person of Influence

Leadership development from a Christian perspective cannot make a distinction between secular and sacred. Developing as a Christian leader means all things are sacred. This overview course will address the principles of leadership, with emphasis on the personal, professional and spiritual development of the leader. The course will cover fundamental aspects of leadership theory, communication, followership, and coaching, using the Bible as the definitive source for the application of leadership these principles in the church and the world.

Church Ethics

In this study and practice of Christian ethics, the student will examine philosophical and theological backgrounds for ethics, the role of biblical authority, and the historical relation between church and culture in order to develop a valid method of moral decision making, examine the importance of ministerial ethics, evaluate ethical issues, and lead the church in
applying the gospel to life. This course also considers the foundations of ethical thought and behavior, stressing the importance of well-informed ways in which Christian life, thought, and action can serve the wider community. Our goal is to reach greater understanding of how one might cultivate moral being and deal with ethical dilemmas, while helping others do the same in both secular and religious spheres.

 

Becoming a Transformational Communicator 

  Whether you are a leader in ministry or Corporate America, the ability to engage in a communicative exchange that interrupts processes, transforms situations, shifts atmospheres or impacts social structures is imperative. This course is designed to equip you to become this type of leader- a transformational communicator. Transformational communication is not just about sharing information, it’s about transferring meaning. It happens through establishing an emotional connection with your audience. Through this course, students will develop skills to become transformational communicators.

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