How to Have a Courageous Conversation 2022
An Invitation for Interpersonal and Church-Wide Dialogue
Whether church-wide or interpersonal, we all find ourselves having to have difficult conversations.
Courageous Conversations is a four-session series designed to help local churches structure dialogues to move beyond impasses or hold conversations we’d rather avoid by discovering how to listen well and learn from others.
In this course you’ll explore concepts that will help your church engage in a range of conversations, from the color of the carpet or a thorny social issue.
- The Jesus Model
- Space for Growing in Christ
- Techniques for Facilitation
- Dialogue vs. Debate
- Societal, Political, and Neurological Dynamics
And many more!
Each session is accompanied by a video segment, along with suggestions for “action steps” and questions for reflection and response.
This teaching series will have an online forum as a place to share your challenges, hopes, and celebrations in ministry.
By the end of this course you will have the tools needed to nurture disciples who are willing to engage in difficult conversations, and model for the world how to respectfully disagree in love.
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NOTE: Registration for this course will close on Thursday, May 19. This current course offering will close on Tuesday, July 5.
Scott is the Director of Adult Discipleship; Executive Director of Congregational Vitality & Intentional Discipleship at Discipleship Ministries. He is also an Elder in the North Georgia Conference, with an M.Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary, and D. Min. from Southern Methodist University. Rev. Hughes hosts the Small Groups in the Wesleyan Way podcast, and is creator of the Courageous Conversations project.