Go For Souls - Book Club
4 part video-conference
February 10 – March 9, 2020
What will we learn?
We will read GO FOR SOULS: A guide for the Salvationist soul-winner. 2019. By Frances Longino and Stephen Court. Boundless Books. (provided to cohort members) and engage in conversation about the reading. The book will be provided and shipped to participants ahead of time.
|Date & Time||Title||Description||Pre-session preparation|
|Feb10 7pmET||GFS||Read pages 1-34|
|Feb24 7pmET||GFS||Read pages 35-64|
|Mar 2 7pmET||GFS||Read pages 65-88|
|Mar 9 7pmET||GFS||Read pages 89-112|
Who are the Presenters?
What Is the Format of the Learning Cohort?
The learning cohort will include the following elements:
- Reading before the Videoconference (1 hour)
- Videoconference (1 hour)
Why a Learning Cohort?
Reflection on God’s mission and how it finds expression in our leadership is important. We can increase our learning by hearing and reflecting on the experience of others. The time commitments are intentionally brief, however having several other people to share in the journey over a four month period provides support, encouragement and peer accountability in the process.
What will it Cost to Participate in this Cohort?
A registration fee of $25 is required. . Your Corps may be able to help with the cost of you participating in a cohort. Please see your Corps Officer. While the cost of the presenters, resources, coaching appointments and administration is being covered by the Corps Ministries Department at Territorial Headquarters, your contribution will be appreciated. The cost must be billed to your ministry unit.
If at any time you have questions, you are welcome to contact the Corps Ministries Department of Territorial Headquarters. Dr. James Watson is the Corps Health and Planting Consultant who designed the Learning Cohort program and James Watson is the Project Coordinator for the Learning Cohorts. Please feel free to call James (416-503-5997) or email (James_Watson@can.salvationarmy.org) to ask any questions about the scheduling or process of the Learning Cohort. Questions about the content of the Cohort should be directed to the individual Cohort facilitator.