A Different Kind of Communion Cohort
A Historical And Contextual Guide For Effective Ministry To Black College Students.
- Starts Apr 3, 2024Starts Apr 3, 2024
- 375 US dollars$375
As the landscape of college campuses evolves, the spiritual needs of Black college students demand a reimagined approach. "A Different Kind of Communion" is a meticulously crafted 13-week curriculum, designed to guide ministries and faith-based organizations towards genuine and impactful engagement with Black College Students. This curriculum moves beyond traditional methods, intertwining scripture, prayer, reflection, and actionable strategies to cultivate an environment where Black College Students can genuinely thrive in their faith. Key Takeaways: Scriptural Foundations: Dive deep into passages that illuminate the core principles of inclusivity, understanding, and compassion, paving the way for a renewed approach to ministry. Reflective Practice: Engage in introspective exercises that challenge existing paradigms and encourage a more inclusive and understanding vision. Practical Action: Arm yourself with concrete strategies and tools tailored for effective engagement with Black College Students, ensuring that faith spaces are inviting, understanding, and supportive. Fostering Flourishing Environments: Understand the nuanced needs and aspirations of Black College Students and learn how to create environments where they can both connect with their faith and flourish. Target Audience: Ministry leaders and workers dedicated to collegiate outreach. Faith-based organizations focused on engaging with college students. Campus chaplains and faith mentors. Any individual or group keen on fostering an inclusive faith environment on college campuses. Curriculum Highlights: Expertly Curated Content: Each unit is thoughtfully designed by faith and outreach professionals with deep understanding of Black College Students' experiences. Interactive Learning: Engage in group discussions, scripture study sessions, and scenario-based activities that bring the curriculum to life. Comprehensive Resources: Participants will be provided with additional reading materials, scripture references, and community engagement tools. Why Attend? In a world brimming with change and challenges, the spiritual well-being of our young adults is paramount. "A Different Kind of Communion" is not just a curriculum; it's a call to action for faith leaders to evolve, to truly see and serve the Black College Students within their fold. This journey promises not just knowledge but transformation – for the leaders and the students they serve.
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