FREE MINI CLASSES

 AT NORTHEASTERN SEMINARY 

What does it take to answer God’s call to ministry?

How can the church become a witness to truth and an agent of God’s transforming power in a polarized world?

Answer these questions and more in one of our free four week classes.

REGISTER FOR ONE OR BOTH OF THESE FREE ONLINE MINI CLASSES

  WOmen's journey Into Ministry & leadership  

What will i learn?

  • Uncover tools to better support women in their call to ministry and leadership.
  • Build a supportive community of ministry professionals.
  • Nurture your soul with corporate and personal spiritual formation practices.
  • Affirm your calling to ministry regardless of gender, race, or denomination.
  • Meet virtually with your professor and other students via Zoom on January 5 and February 2 at 7pm.

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

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Carrie Starr

Director of Seminary Advancement

Throughout her career, Carrie Starr has served as the Eastern Regional Director of Campus Ambassadors Christian Fellowship and as the Hostelton Chair of Ethics and Free Enterprise at Roberts Wesleyan College. Currently, Carrie is pursuing a Doctor of Ministry degree at Northeastern Seminary while serving as Director of Seminary Advancement.

She is the author of Secret Shame: Finding Freedom Through Telling the Truth, and co-author of two books with her husband Erv entitled Cheap Love: Living and Loving on Less, and Marriage Adventures: The Secret to an Extraordinary Life together. They have three children and live in a 200-year-old barn.

  Reading luke in a polarized world  

What will i learn?

  • Gain introductory knowledge of the historical, literary, and theological aspects of Luke’s Gospel.
  • Understand more deeply Luke’s key themes and reflect on how those themes can inform contemporary ministries.
  • Discover how reading Luke with people of different backgrounds can illuminate readings of Luke’s Gospel as Christian Scripture.
  • Nurture your soul with corporate and personal spiritual formation practices.
  • Begin your self-guided course on the same day you sign up!

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

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David Carr

Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies

Dr. David Carr is a candidate for ordained ministry in the United Methodist Church, and a John Wesley Fellow. He has recently contributed works to the Catholic Biblical Quarterly and Practical Matters Journal and has presented a number of papers at academic gatherings. His areas of special interest include identity and selfhood in early Christianity, theories of self and subjectivity, practices and models of biblical interpretation, and relationships between biblical theology and social justice. Dr. Carr participates in the Society of Biblical Literature, the Wesleyan Theological Society, the Wesleyan Philosophical Society, and a Foundation for Theological Education.  

 

four-weeks

Independent course work plus two zoom meetings.

in-depth study

Biblically grounded and culturally relevant.

questions?

Contact seminary@nes.edu or 585.594.6800.

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