PEACEMAKING 1


We're not able to offer this course every trimester — if you have a cohort of 4 people let the Director know! Email her at [email protected]

REGISTRATION DETAILS 

REGISTER May 4 – July 6 midnight U.S. Central Time 

  • Save $50 USD by registering before midnight U.S. Central time on June 29 !
  • Late registrations are taken June 30–July 13 for a $20 fee.

Please review the Change, Refund, and Cancellation Policy.
Changes needed after registration is completed will incur a US $10 fee.

Registration for Trimester 3 Opens August 17


INSTRUCTORS

This course is being taught by Maxwell Bailey with the support of Mindy Johnson, an intergenerational team experienced in mentoring youth and adults for influence.  

COURSE LENGTH AND DURATION

  • 60 hours of work, includes meetings
  • Class Days & Time:  Mondays, 8:00 - 9:30 pm ET, 
  • Class Dates:  July 18, August 1, August 15, August 29 
  • Course start date July 18, 2022
  • Last day to submit assignments September 24 , 2022

Use this TIME ZONE CONVERTER if you're not in U.S. Central time zone!

COURSE FEE

  • $197 USD 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Must have completed Peacemaking Introduction AND meet the age requirements below:
  • Adults and Students age 18+ OR
  • Guild Inductees age 16+
  • Maximum students: 12

COURSE DESCRIPTION

We live in a broken world inundated by conflict in both our personal interactions, at work and school, and in society. We can learn when to overlook and forgive, but we waste valuable energy trying to create a world without conflict. Instead, we can learn that when it is possible, as far as it depends on us- to live at peace with everyone, even when we disagree. Romans 12:18: "If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone." 

NOTE: Mature themes such as world events, political unrest and challenging social issues are discussed in a mixed age audience.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Identify, analyze, discuss and seek to understand what the bible says about peace & conflict
  • Identify and understand the foundational principles of a peacemaking culture
  • Discuss and analyze personal experiences, thoughts, feelings, emotions and attitudes in light of discovering our own peacemaking style (including judgmental attitudes)
  • Begin to grasp our role and apply personal responsibility towards creating a culture of peace

 

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