Recovering a Tradition, A Leader's GuideSteven W. Manskar • October 2013
This course will explore the origins of the office of class leader in the Wesleyan Methodist tradition. It examines the need for recovering the lay pastoral ministry of the class leader for the twenty-first century church. Participants will see how the ministry of Certified Lay Servants intersects with that of the class leader. NOTE: Accountable Discipleship is a prerequisite to this course.
Please note that the Participant's Guide for this, Class Leaders: Recovering a Tradition, by David Lowes Watson, is available from Amazon.
Steven W. Manskar, DMin, is a retired United Methodist pastor living in Grand Rapids, MI. He served at Discipleship Ministries for 19 years as director of Wesleyan leadership. He also served pastoral appointments in Maryland, Minnesota, and Michigan. Manskar is the author of A Disciple’s Journal: A Guide for Daily Prayer, Bible Reading, and Discipleship (Years A, B, C); Disciples Making Disciples: A Guide for Covenant Discipleship Groups and Class Leaders; Accountable Discipleship: Living in God’s Household; and A Perfect Love: Understanding John Wesley’s “A Plain Account of Christian Perfection.”
Kindle ISBN: 978-0-88177-650-8
EPub ISBN: 978-0-88177-651-5
Imprint: Discipleship Resources
Pub Date: October 2013
Trim Size: 6 in (w) x 9 in (h) x in (d)
Page Count: 80
BISAC Categories: RELIGION / Christianity / Methodist