LEADERSHIP SKILLS • SUMMER/FALL 2016
Ministry of Supervision
Learn things and make connections!
WITH EVENT FACILITATOR TED DODD
In the busy-ness of doing ministry, taking on the role ofnsupervisor, provides a disciplined opportunity for intentional reflection. As a complex vocation, ministry expects much in terms of skills, attitude and competencies. Supervisors are asked to help shape individuals toward integrated faith, and develop ministers who are aware of themselves, others, social context, and the big questions of theology and spirit.