Equipping People for Ministry

  • Facilitator: Bishop Hugh Gardner
  • Level: Certificate
  • Study time: 1-2 Days
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Our Learning Programmes:

  • CIMS
  • 1-2 Days
  • CAMS
  • 2 Years 
  • MIP
  • 2 Years
  • CMDP
  • 2 Years 
  • Joshua Programme
  • 3 years full-time/6-8 years part-time
  • Pentecostal Theological Seminary Certificate
  • 4 years part-time
  • European Theological Seminary Certificate
  • 3 Years full-time
Course overview
A comparison of historical and contemporary models of discipleship, with emphasis on the pastoral role of mentoring and helping to develop lay people for ministry. This course is designed to motivate and train lay leaders to live a distinctively Spirit-filled life and to promote greater ministry involvement on their part.

After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Give a comparison of historical and contemporary models of discipleship.

-Describe the concept and benefits of mentoring.

- Discuss how Jesus mentored His disciples for future ministry.

- Identify the laws of mentoring.

- Develop and mentor the laity to do the  ministry of the church.

  • Zoom Session (Live) View date in prospectus. 
  • Video time: 4 hours
  • Test
  • Certificate
  • Assignments ( Ministerial Candidates)
  • Exam ( Ministerial Candidates)
Live sessions are only available on the dates listed in the prospectus.

Meet the facilitator

Bishop Hugh Gardner
BA Contextual Theology

Hugh is an ordained Bishop, former Pastor of NTCG Rugby and has served in several capacities both locally and nationally within the denomination. Hugh is Deputy Director of student services for Learning support and the senior team leader of the Pastoral team in an inner-city Church of England school. He was formerly a school governor and a member of the chaplaincy team. He has been an affiliate of the Nottingham Local Authority training team, delivering mentor training. He
currently works voluntary for the Nottingham Youth offending Team, assisting in training the Referral Order panel members and chairing restorative justice panels.