Our Mission The New Life School of Theology & Formation’s purpose is to provide high-quality training in theology, spiritual formation practices, leadership and missions to equip and release leaders at New Life Fellowship.
Our Approach New Life School of Theology & Formation is designed to strengthen and grow existing and emerging leaders in their life with Christ through a robust curriculum that will guide them through biblical training, theological reflection and spiritual formation practices.
Our Curriculum We will offer these eight courses throughout the year:
– Feasting on Scripture: The Inductive Method & Lectio Divina
– The Gospel and Sonship: Resting in our True Identity
– Theology of the Body: God, Sex and the Meaning of Life
– Ancient Pathways to a Life of Prayer: Contemplative & Charismatic Traditions
– God’s Heart for Local Mission, Justice & Reconciliation
– Seeing God from the Beginning: Surveying the Old Testament
– Who You Are: Spiritual Gifts, Self-Awareness, and Missions
– Faith & Work: Living our Faith at our 9 to 5
GOSPEL & SONSHIP: RESTING IN OUR TRUE IDENTITY
This course will explore the relationship between our identity and the gospel. Knowing who we are in light of God’s Good News – that we are sons and daughters of the Father – our discipleship is deepened and our freedom expanded. Come and see how the love and grace of God frees you to truly enter His rest! For information, contact Joe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEASTING ON SCRIPTURE: INDUCTIVE METHOD & LECTIO DIVINA
Wednesdays, July 5, 12 & 19, 7pm-9pm, Sanctuary
This course is part of our School of Theology & Spiritual Formation curriculum. The class will focus on the inductive method of studying the scripture, as well as the contemplative reading of scripture called Lectio Divina. These tools are excellent in helping you expand your understanding of the Bible for personal formation and group discussion. For information, contact Joe at email@example.com.
ANCIENT PATHWAYS TO A LIFE OF PRAYER: CONTEMPLATIVE & CHARISMATIC TRADITIONS
Wednesdays, August 16, 23 & 30, 7pm-9pm, Sanctuary
This course will examine ancient and contemporary forms of prayer to help us be better equipped to sustain a healthy, vibrant relationship with God.
More Classes to come in the Fall/Winter Season!