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Christian Leadership




36 Months


About the Course

A Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Christian Leadership is an undergraduate degree program designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and spiritual foundation necessary to assume leadership roles within Christian organizations and ministries. The program integrates theological education, leadership principles, and practical applications to prepare individuals for effective service and leadership within the context of Christian faith.

Here are some key aspects and descriptions of a B.A. in Christian Leadership:

1. Theological Foundation: The program provides a solid theological foundation by exploring key biblical concepts, Christian doctrine, and the teachings of Jesus Christ. Students gain a deep understanding of Christian faith and its implications for leadership.

2. Leadership Principles: The curriculum emphasizes leadership principles and theories from a Christian perspective. Students study topics such as servant leadership, ethical decision-making, team building, conflict resolution, and strategic planning. The goal is to develop students' leadership abilities while aligning them with biblical values and principles.

3. Spiritual Formation: The program focuses on the spiritual growth and formation of students. It encourages personal reflection, prayer, and spiritual disciplines. Students are encouraged to deepen their relationship with God, develop a Christ-centered worldview, and cultivate spiritual maturity as a foundation for effective leadership.

4. Practical Skills: Alongside theoretical knowledge, students develop practical skills necessary for leadership roles. These may include effective communication, organizational management, project planning, mentoring, and team leadership. The program often includes internships, practicums, or field experiences, where students can apply their knowledge in real-world ministry settings.

5. Biblical Studies: Students engage in in-depth study of the Bible, including biblical interpretation, exegesis, and hermeneutics. They learn to apply biblical principles to contemporary issues and leadership challenges. The goal is to equip students with a strong biblical foundation that informs their decision-making and leadership practices.

6. Christian Worldview: The program seeks to develop a Christian worldview in students, enabling them to integrate faith and leadership in various contexts. Students learn to critically analyze cultural, social, and ethical issues from a biblical perspective. They are encouraged to develop a compassionate and transformational approach to leadership, guided by Christian values and principles.

7. Ministry and Service: A B.A. in Christian Leadership often emphasizes the importance of ministry and service to others. Students explore various areas of ministry, such as pastoral care, discipleship, missions, worship, and community outreach. They are encouraged to develop a heart for service and to apply their leadership skills in nurturing and empowering others.

Overall, a B.A. in Christian Leadership provides a comprehensive education that blends theological knowledge, leadership principles, practical skills, and spiritual formation. It prepares individuals to serve as ethical, visionary, and servant-hearted leaders within Christian organizations, churches, non-profit organizations, and other ministry settings. 

Your Instructor

Brad Grecco

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Brad Grecco
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