Learning for Leaders is a new series of four Conference-Wide, Author-Led Book Studies that will continue in January 2022. The lively, guided, hourlong discussions will continue on Wednesdays, at 11 AM via Zoom. Having the books’ authors lead those discussions makes them deeply insightful with personal, first-hand wisdom for participants.
The books to be studied are:
- Jan.12-Feb. 9: Being the Church in a Post-Pandemic World: Game Changers for the Post-Pandemic Church (Kindle Edition), by Kay Kotan
- March 2-23: Witness at the Cross: A Beginner’s Guide to Holy Friday, by Amy-Jill Levine
- May 11-25: The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row, by Anthony Ray Hinton
- Oct. 5-26: On Vanishing: Mortality, Demenita, and What It Means to Disappear, by Lynn Harper
These studies gather clergy and lay leaders who are passionate about lifelong learning, personal and church growth, and leadership development. The real bonus is learning with others in dynamic group settings, even online. The diversity of experiences and open minds and open hearts has enriched the Conference-wide book studies throughout 2021.
The 2022 studies are sponsored by various Conference ministry teams. For each book study, the first 25 registrants will receive a free e-copy (Kindle edition) of the book! Download and share the flyer!
CEUs are available for participation in CDT Book Studies.