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Friday, September 05, 5:00PM - 8:00PM
Save the date! Free food, activities and fun with your church family!Share Share
Leadership for the Common Good
In ancient Greek, the agora was a gathering place in the middle of a city that served as the center for commerce, politics, education, the arts, religion, and civic life. What happened in the agora shaped the society as a whole. Not much has changed. Today the ideas and practices that flow from the academies, churches/temples/synagogues, businesses, houses of government, and studios profoundly change and shape the society in which we live.
The Fellowship equips young professionals to integrate their Christian commitment and vocation enabling them to impact their professions for God’s kingdom and to be agents of cultural renewal.
The Fellowship is a nine-month intensive program designed to provide young professionals with a solid base of theological, ethical, and cultural understanding. Through weekly readings and discussions, monthly gatherings, and one-on-one mentoring with a mature person in their profession, Fellows will develop as influential leaders in their professions who can serve effectively as ambassadors for God’s kingdom and contribute to the common good locally, regionally, nationally, and even internationally.
The Fellowship addresses six key questions. During their nine-months, Fellows will wrestle with:
· What is God doing? (Theology)
· What am I to be doing? (Calling)
· For what purpose am I to be doing it? (Goal)
· What environment am I doing it in? (Culture)
· What can I accomplish? (Influence)
· How am I to be doing it? (Ethics)
Who should apply?
Men and women, 25-35 years of age, working in fields including higher education, law, medicine, the sciences, media, arts, government, and business/finance. The applicant should (1) be currently employed full-time, (2) have at least a year of working experience in his or her profession, (3) possess clear and strong Christian commitment and character, and (4) desire to use his or her position of leadership to influence the culture for God’s kingdom and the common good.
· Complete weekly readings
· Attend and participate in weekly discussions over the readings
· Attend monthly gatherings to meet with guest speakers or go on excursions in and around the city of Lincoln
· Complete 2-3 written assessments over the course of the nine months
· Build a theological foundation in work, culture, and faith
· Become aware of the cultural and civic needs unique to the Lincoln community
· Develop close relationships with other young Christian professionals committed to influencing the culture through their vocations
· Opportunities for follow-up training and resources after completion of the program
Annual book fee of approximately $200
Registration for upcoming class begins August 2014.
A four-week class, Discovery is designed to help you get acquainted with Lincoln Berean - who we are and what makes our culture unique. The informal, small-group format provides the opportunity to meet others who are new to Lincoln Berean.Contact Kathy Share Share
Does the Bible confuse you when you read it? Do you struggle to understand how its books fit together? Learn to study the Bible effectively for yourself and how to understand and defend basic doctrine in this two-semester course that covers the basics of the Bible. The course is designed to give God’s people a strong foundation of God’s Word.
Teacher: Bryan Clark
Registration will begin August 2014.
Sundays, Ongoing, 10:45AM - 12:00PM
A coordinated monthly prayer gathering, generally on the first Sunday of the month (except on holidays; 2nd Sunday), with a structured, specific prayer time for grandparents and empty nesters in small groups.
No registration necessary. Join us anytime.
Questions? Contact Gene at 402.440.8055.