‘Keeping watch over ourselves in leadership’ – a training course organised by CPSA, will be held in Lisburn on March 27.
A second training course – ‘Sustaining oneself in leadership’ will be held on May 22, the venue again being Christ Church, Lisburn.
A significant discount is available to those wishing to attend both events. Book your place via this link to take advantage of this offer.
Details of the two courses are as follows:
Keeping watch over ourselves in leadership
Thursday 27 March (10am–3.30pm), Lisburn
In the book of Acts, Paul directs Christian leaders to ‘keep watch’ over themselves and stay faithful to the calling of Christ in challenging times. Help is at hand. There are good role models and excellent resources to help us stay faithful to the task. In this session, led by Graham Archer, we will be looking at some of the ways in which we can maintain a good and healthy working pattern, drawing on the wisdom of others and staying close to the Father’s will.
Sustaining oneself in leadership
Thursday 22 May (10am–3.30pm), Lisburn
In this session, we will be looking at the nuts and bolts of good working patterns. Not all of us are organised by nature, but being organised enough ensures that the things that matter are the things that get done. This session, led by Graham Archer, will give lots of practical suggestions to help ministers give their best times and efforts to the things that matter most.
For more details, please contact the Rev Paul Dundas on 07740589465. For bookings, please click on the link above or call the CPAS office on 0300 123 0780.