Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN


Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

august, 2016

01augAll Day05OMOΘYMA∆ON: Community and Leadership in the Acts of the Apostles

Event Details

In Acts 1:14, Luke describes the fellowship of apostles, family and followers of the Risen Lord as devoting themselves “with one accord” to prayer. In Acts, the people of God not only pray, they also attend worship, lift up their voices, pay attention, come to decisions and remain “together, with a single desire.” We will study the book of Acts together to learn what we can of this community whose members and leaders lived and worked with but one purpose. This will not only require us to discover what Acts has to tell us about this group and its leaders, it will also require us to know what Acts is about as a whole and how it is that narrative (as a genre) can work to guide our thinking and teaching and living. We will focus on the leaders of this community, but we will look at them within the context of the life of the community and discover what Luke has to teach us about living and leading in the Church of the Risen Lord. (3 CEU)


august 1 (Monday) - 5 (Friday)


Trinity Lutheran Camp

400 Pierce Ln, Bigfork, MT 59911


CTSFW Continuing Education - Kara Mertzce@ctsfw.edu
(260) 452-2103