SPRING GRAD 2014
Saturday, April 19
Central Heights Church, 1661 McCallum Road, Abbotsford
Ceremony begins at 2:30 pm.
EQUIP FOR HARVEST 2014 | (re)discovering your church's vision
Burnaby Chinese EFC & Ft. Langley EFC
Registration Fee: $199 (for ACTS students $40)
- Dr. Charles Worley, Church Planting Catalyst for EFCC;
- Pastor Lorin Bergin, Lead Pastor, Ft. Langley EFC;
- Dr. Ray Chang, Lead Pastor, Ambassador Church (EFC), Brea, California
Free Church of Canada http://www.efccm.ca/wordpress/
E4H is is designed so that you and your church board or leadership team will come away from this training experience better equipped to serve and lead your church as workers in God’s harvest fields.
In this training experience, participants will explore questions like:
- What is the church? (What is your church?)
- What are your church’s building blocks? (What needs to be in place for health and growth?)
- What direction is your church going and who’s driving?
- How do church planting and the Great Commission in Scripture work in your church?
Register online at: https://give.efccm.ca/e4h-equip-for-harvest/e4h-registration
Further information at: http://www.efccm.ca/wordpress/introducing-e4h/
This training can also be taken for Graduate Credit (CPL 601/PTH 591:Church Planting Essentials) through ACTS Seminaries of TWU. Registration for the course, details of tuition and the course syllabus is available at: http://acts.twu.ca/timetables/2014-summer.html
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
8:30am - 2:00pm
Attend a class in Apologetics and learn about program offerings at ACTS Seminaries, Trinity Western University.
Join Dr. Paul Chamberlain for a lively discussion while you preview one of his classes in the course, the Historical Jesus and Postmodernism (CAP 650). A complimentary lunch and discussion to follow.
RSVP at ministrylift.ca.
A COURSE FOR CLINICAL SUPERVISORS: providing supervision in the emerging therapeutic culture
June 02-05. 2014
Please note the following course objectives:
Reviews philosophical and pragmatic implications of major models of supervision.
Explores the co-evolving client-therapist-supervisor relationships.
Develops useful strategies to structure supervision, to explore alternative problem-solving approaches, and to implement supervisory interventions.
Recognizes diversity and contextual variables in therapy and supervision.
Expands your ethical & legal knowledge to the supervisory context.
Addresses distinctive issues that arise in supervision mentoring.
Facilitates the development of a personal model of supervision.
Discusses the requirements for supervising applicants for AAMFT membership. By the end of the course, you will be able to articulate a beginning philosophy of supervision reflecting your preferred ideas, values, methods and style.
Monday, June 02; 9:00am – 4:00pm
What is clinical supervision? Key purposes and preferred outcomes;
Supervision theory and ideas; The supervisory relationships.
Tuesday, June 03; 9:00am – 4:00pm; 6:00 – 9:00pm
Supervision structures, formats, methods and modalities.
Getting started; assessment and contracting.
Wednesday, June 04; 9:00am – 4:00pm; 6:00 – 9:00pm
Ethical considerations and basic competency.
Supervisory challenges and interventions.
Multicultural awareness, sensitivity and diversity issues.
Thursday, June 05; 9:00am – 4:00pm
Contextual considerations; Agency culture, private practice;
Person-of-the-supervisor development, philosophy of supervision.
Course Fee: $795.00 – Includes a comprehensive supervision manual and certificate of attendance.
Please enclose $295.00 with mail-in registration.
Deadline date for registration: May 15. 2014 Check payable to: Vange Thiessen
Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, Fosmark Building
For accommodation on campus, please contact:
Bernice Fetterly 604-888-7511 x 3466 or Bernice.firstname.lastname@example.org
To Register and for further information please contact:
Vange Thiessen, email@example.com OR
Estera Boldut, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download PDF brochure with registration form.