OMCL graduate David Portee is now dean of the Christian Vocational Training School and director of Global Change Network at Colorado Christian Fellowship.
The organizational Management in Christian Leadership degree is specifically designed to prepare students for leadership in church or parachurch ministries, community-based initiatives, non-governmental organizations (NGO) and for profit or non-profit organizations focused on leading change locally and globally. The program combines principles of organizational behavior with biblical standards of leadership, giving students practical management skills and critical leadership abilities.
Students gain a foundation of knowledge relating to the health and growth of church, parachurch, and business organizations. Key management proficiencies are integrated with Christian studies to help you gain an understanding of biblical teachings on motivation, ethics, and teamwork for effective spiritual leadership.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
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This program covers Christian leadership principles: Christian spirituality and leadership; history and theology in decision making; organizational behavior, health, and growth; and tools for effective management .
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