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As church pastors and leaders, how should you manage Christian church administration? Shouldn’t Christian theology matter in church administration? If so, how? At the same time, how should you utilize management principles and techniques to make your church a more faithful church, rather than turning it into a secular enterprise? In this Duke Divinity+ non-credit course for church pastors and leaders, you will learn the importance of approaching church administration theologically. More specifically, you will engage church admin as church practices whose theological goals are discipleship, formation, witness, and worship. As such, church administration should be a critically important component of pastoral leadership and competence. Given such a theological understanding of church administration, we will draw upon and appropriate management excellence and know-how to serve as tools for these theological goals.. As the first course in the Duke Divinity+ Church Administration Specialization series, this course will focus on developing a theology of church administration and then applying it to time management—a huge, ongoing challenge for pastors and church leaders alike–in such a way as to reshape classic time management principles and practices into a robust Christian stewardship of time....
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von Oleksandr N

28. März 2023

Thanks a lot. The course is just perfect. Looking forward for the next courses regarding the church administration from this professor.


von Lois N

27. März 2023

excellent course with clarity and precision very beneficial

von Daniel F

6. März 2023

Taking the free route it would not let you submit any graded work unless you pay the $49 for a certificate, in my opinion compare to to other courses i have taken this is misleading as to the free part.