2018 Spring

bozeman/ spring 2018 Session

Entrepreneurial Leadership

April 23-April 27, 2018   |   9:00am-12:00pm
YTI/Grand Avenue Christian Church

Entrepreneurial Leadership explores what it means to be a Christian leader in a postmodern, post-denominational culture. The class explores the latest in contemporary leadership theory with a focus on creative or ‘entrepreneurial’ leadership. The class applies these leadership principles in conversation with biblical and theological resources in order to explore the student’s vocation, as well as enhance the mission of the contemporary ekklesia.

Dr. Scott HamiltonDr. E. Scott Hamilton (Ph.D., Walden University) is provost and professor of pastoral care and counseling, and a clinically trained pastoral counselor. His research interests come to fruition at the intersection of spirituality, psychology, and existential theology. Having pastored in Texas and Maryland, he runs and bikes extensively and enjoys hiking, throwing clay, and woodworking. Dr. Hamilton, his father, and two daughters are all graduates of Howard Payne University.

Advanced Biblical Studies: The Sermon on the Mount

April 23-April 26, 2018   |   1:00pm-5:00pm
YTI/Grand Avenue Christian Church

The first of five major teaching blocks by Jesus in Matthew’s gospel, The Sermon on the Mount is a manifesto of how life is to be lived in the Kingdom of God. This advanced biblical course will study Matthew 5-7 in depth and make application for how Christians are to embody the mission of Christ in our contemporary world.

Dr. Bill FowlerDr. Bill Fowler (Ph.D., Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary) is professor of biblical studies. He has taught at Howard Payne University, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary (as a grad student), the San Antonio Center of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the San Antonio campus of Wayland Baptist University. Bill loves to fish and talk about Jesus. Bill is a San Antonio Spurs fan.

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