Lay Leaders: September 2020

Lay Leaders: September 2020

by
Nazarene News Staff
| 06 Oct 2020
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Lay Leaders

DiscipleshipPlace.org would like to congratulate the following individuals for being approved by their pastor and local church board to receive the certificate of lay ministry. Upon approval, they will complete the lay ministry courses.

  • Joe Bell, of Eastside Church of the Nazarene, North Carolina District
  • Margaret Caison, of Antioch Church of the Nazarene, Kansas City District
  • Brenda Stewart-Sheats, of Albuquerque Rio Vista Church of the Nazarene, New Mexico District

We would also like to congratulate the following people who have completed the following courses. *

*Please note the above individuals are being recognized because they contacted us to request a certificate of completion. Many individuals complete courses but do not contact us to let us know, so we are unable to recognize them.

  • Jamie Martelle, of Yuma First Church of the Nazarene, Colorado District

    • Communicating the Gospel in a Pluaralistic World
    • Exploring Nazarene History and Polity
  • Jerry Pate, of Archer Church of the Nazarene, Florida District
    • Practicing Wesleyan-Holiness Spiritual Formation
  • Roger Rouse, of Blades Hill Church of the Nazarene, Barbados District
    • Children's Ministry
  • Penny Ure, of Church of the Nazarene, Unknown District
    • Explorgin John Wesley's Theology
    • How to Study the Bible
    • Practicing Wesleyan-Holiness Spiritual Formation
    • Sunday School Superintendent
    • The Bible Speaks to Me About My Witness
    • Towards a Theology of Shame and Love

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