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Interactive and tailored community-based training that meets you where you are

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Community-based Training Model

As a Christian organization, we recognize the importance of reaching individuals within and beyond the faith community. The foundation of our training rests on Biblical principles, prioritizing servant leadership and the growth, well-being, and empowerment of others.


Integrating these values into our training model allows us to offer a distinctive approach that not only enhances skills, but also fosters moral and ethical development.

We collaborate with local nonprofits and businesses to provide leadership training to individuals they serve. Our community-based training is developed using an evidence-based model proven by over forty years of research and practice, and has been used in educational settings worldwide. Framing our approach around these learning modalities ensures each participant is able to acquire and retain knowledge successfully.


Experienced facilitator provides direct instruction to inform, inspire, and encourage participants as they learn.


Extended exploration of each topic to share ideas, brainstorm solutions, and connect theory to practice.


Practical tools and strategies for leadership that can be implemented in any workplace setting.

Each Training Includes...

Scoping meeting with organizational leadership

Training topic customized to participants' needs

Experienced instructor

Videos and presentations

Large and small group discussions

Goal tracking

Action plans

Pre and post-training evaluation to measure knowledge uptake (if requested)

Recent Trainings


The Power of Mentorship

The Power of Mentorship focused on the importance of intergenerational mentorship in our lives and leadership.

We explored the book of Ruth to learn how the relationship between Ruth and Naomi can help us identify mentors and cultivate strong relationships.


Managing Self and Service in Leadership

Managing Self and Service in Leadership taught participants how to prioritize their mental and emotional health in their professional and personal lives.

Through Biblical examples of Moses and Jesus, we learned core concepts for delegation, rest, managing workload, and listening to wise counsel. 


Leading Through Conflict

Leading Through Conflict taught participants how to resolve conflict as they lead others.

Through the biblical story of Abigail, we learned important strategies for peacemaking and de-escalating conflict through situational discernment, strategic intervention, mediation, and humility.


Biblical curriculum,

CEU credits, and more

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Digital Learning

Digital and print


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