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Creating a Culture of Calling

A training designed to teach: Pastors, leaders, and laity how to identify, develop and send

leaders to places of ministry in the church and beyond.

This training will help local and district leaders build up their leadership pipeline. 

Dale Schaeffer, District Superintendent of the Florida District said,

“Three years ago, we recognized a need to provide resourcing to pastors and congregations in assisting them to identify, develop, and send on mission future ministers. Creating a Culture of Calling has helped us train over 300 leaders across the district on how to apprentice leaders and equip them for the work of God. Since launching the CCC training we have seen a 170% increase in applications for local and district ministers’ licenses.”     

Date: May 11, 2024

Times: 10:00am – 4:00pm 

Location: The Connection Church of the Nazarene, 1300 Park St., Castle Rock, CO  80109

Registration Information:  Hover over the Payments and Registrations tab above. Select Creating a Culture of Calling from the drop-down menu – or click the link below.

Registration deadline May 8

Cost:  $20 per person, lunch provided with advanced registration.

Pastors, if you are bringing five or more laymen, you can email lcompton@conazarene.org for a special registration link for half off the registration cost for every attendee from your church.

Women in Ministry Retreat 2024
March 15-17, 2024
Golden Bell Camp & Conference Center
380 Co Rd 512, Divide, CO 80814
  Telling the Old Testament
Story of God
Location: One Hope Church of the Nazarene
5301 South Federal Circle, Littleton, CO 80123
Course Dates: March 15-16 and 22-23, 2024 (Fridays 6-9:30 pm/Saturdays 8:30 am-3:30 pm)
Course Instructor: Dr. David Woods
Course Description:
This module serves as a foundational module for further biblical studies. It constitutes an introduction to the Old Testament. Consequently, no other modules are necessarily prerequisite for this module. This module, however, should be considered as a prerequisite to other modules which focus on further studies in any portion of the Old Testament.
This module addresses ministerial competencies as outlined in the ability statements listed below. The importance of studying this module’s topic is grounded in one’s view of Scripture. The Nazarene articles of faith describe the Holy Scriptures as inspired and as “inerrantly revealing the will of God concerning us in all things necessary to our salvation” (Manual, Church of the Nazarene, 2017). Accordingly, an understanding of the history and literature of the Old Testament is critical to the faith and practice of ministers in the church. This survey will equip the student for more detailed study in any section of the Old Testament, through introductory acquaintance with the overall events, characters, themes, and historical context of the Old Testament. In addition, this module will serve to introduce the student to important background information for the study of the New Testament.
The knowledge and skills gained from this module should inform, and contribute to, the teaching, preaching, and counseling practices of the ministry. This contribution is especially concerned with informing such ministerial practices with sound biblical understanding.
                   Exploring Christian Ministry


Course Instructor: Pastor Ritchie Asuega
Please email the instructor with any questions at Instructor Email
Course Location: Kingdom Rock Church
800 Hackberry Drive, Colorado Springs, Co 80911
Course Schedule:
April 12, 2024- 6:00pm-10pm
April 13, 2024 – 8:00am-4:00pm
April 19, 2024 – 6:00pm-10pm
April 20, 2024- 8:00am-4:00pm
This course explores the theological foundation for the practice of ministry. Topics include discussion on the role of the minister, understanding context, self-care, and planning theologically grounded worship services.

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