In cooperation with Evangelical Seminary’s School of Lifelong Learning, Institute for Church Leadership offers a series of courses in Bible, theology, spiritual disciplines, evangelism, church history, missions, counseling and more. Anyone can benefit from these opportunities for spiritual enrichment and leadership development. Evangelical is pleased to offer these classes as a resource for building the Kingdom of God.
These non-credit courses are open to all, without any educational prerequisites. They are not seminary level courses and do not earn credit from Evangelical Seminary. The courses comprise the required training for those seeking the Local Elder’s License or Lay Preacher’s Certification in the Evangelical Congregational Church, and may be applicable to pastoral credentials for other denominations as well.
Class for Spring 2018
New Testament Survey
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New Testament Survey
*A core course for the Institute for Church Leadership
Tuesday evenings, March 27 – May 8, 2018, 6:30 – 9:15 p.m.
Instructor: Lucas Ndaro, MDiv, ThM, MAR
This course will guide the student to explore the unifying message of the New Testament books, the central message of each book, and the underlying concerns of each New Testament author. Attention will also be given to the background, setting, and major themes of the New Testament as a whole. The course will serve as a general introduction to this part of Scripture, and provide a list of suggested resources for further study.
Lucas Ndaro currently serves as the Director of Adult Discipleship at Cornwall United Methodist Church. Prior to this assignment he served at Nassa Theological College and the Family Life Counseling Center in Mwanza, Tanzania. He received his MDiv and MAR from Evangelical Seminary, and his ThM from Westminster Seminary. Lucas and his wife Limi live in Cornwall, PA, and they have four children.