Jun 08, 2010 by Dave Condit | 0 Comments
This has been a long, tough semester, so I decided to take some time off from blog posts in order to concentrate on school. The semester is over, and I am now feeling a little freedom. Thanks to all who kept me in their prayers. I’m happy to say that I’m done with my Biblical languages series (Greek & Hebrew).
Another big answer to prayer is the official approval of the Denver Seminary Outdoor Leadership concentration. For those interested in applying Biblical Leadership in outdoor ministry settings, this could be a path worth examining. Even if you’re not going to make outdoor ministry a primary area of pursuit, you may want to check out some of the courses to augment your skill. Using outdoor, experiential settings is an option regardless of where you might be.
Look for details coming soon to the Denver Seminary Web site. In the meantime, check out an example of what you can expect by viewing the Outdoor Leadership courses offered this summer. You can view them at:
OL500 - Intro to Outdoor Ministry: http://www.denverseminary.edu/current-students/special-courses/outdoor-leadership-focus/introduction-to-wilderness-ministry/
OL650 – Outdoor Leadership Practicum: http://www.denverseminary.edu/current-students/special-courses/outdoor-leadership-focus/outdoor-leadership-practicum/