2018-2019 COURSE CALENDARAll Courses held at: Congregation Lion of Judah 62 Northampton Street, Boston MA 02118 (Unless otherwise noted) 2019 CAPP SUMMIT Saturday, June 30, 2019 8am – 4pm 20 Reed Street
SPL1000 | PROPHETIC LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES Cultivating a Culture of Prophecy through Four Core Disciplines “The spirits of prophets are subject to the control of prophets.” I Corinthians 4:32 (NIV) Prophetic Leadership rises from the Hebrew prophetic tradition and is rooted in Jesus Christ’s teachings and actions. The purpose of our flagship course is to awaken and develop the gifts and fruit of prophetic ministry in 21st century prophetic leaders who, in turn become catalysts of kingdom movements. The course provides both a Biblically-based and spiritually-empowering interactive process centered on four essential disciplines for shaping effective prophetic leadership. This course provides the foundation for all other prophetic training and development at PSI.
|Fall 2018 SPL1000: Prophetic Principles 9/8, 9/22, 10/6, 10/20 Rooms H301-H302 10am – 5pm Click here for Full Course Description||Spring 2019 SPL1000: Prophetic Principles 1/12, 1/26, 2/9, 2/23 Rooms: H301-H302 10am – 5pm Click here for Full Course Description|
SPL2000 | PROPHETIC LEADERSHIP PARADIGMS Shaping Prophetic Imagination and Worldview through 4 Frames “…and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions and your old men shall dream dreams:” Acts 2:17 (KJV) How are we to interpret a contemporary world marked by turmoil, violence, and trouble impacting our homes, churches, communities, government, and nations? While the effects of the breakdowns we see operate on many levels such as social, political, and economic, ultimately the source is spiritual. The seer capacities of the prophet draw upon a high degree of discernment in identifying source issues, interpreting the times and seasons and capturing a radical kingdom perspective. This seminar will lead you through four theological paths that shape theology and thinking from a prophetic perspective. These four critical frames inform the seer role and construct the prophetic paradigm necessary to transform our modern world. Fall 2018 SPL2000: Prophetic Paradigms 11/3, 11/17, 12/1, 12/15 Rooms H301-H302 10am – 5pm Click here for Full Course Description
SPL3000 | PROPHETIC LEADERSHIP PRACTICUM Putting the Prophetic Into Action in Congregational Ministry “For you can all prophesy in turn so that everyone may be instructed and encouraged.” I Cor. 14:31 (NIV)) The Prophetic Leadership Practicum – SPL3000 is an experiential learning presented by the School of Prophetic Leadership for those who have completed SPL1000. The primary goal of the Practicum is to engage participants in a guided, practical learning process to enhance the understanding of how prophetic roles are carried out in six key areas of ministry. The Practicum delivers 40 hours of training in four monthly, 10-hour seminars. The series involves workshops, coaching, and clinics designed to give practical experience, ministry exercises, peer feedback, personal reflection, and supervised mentoring. Through the Prophetic Leadership Practicum, participants are exposed to opportunities for leadership and involvement in prophetic ministry settings. The end result will lead to an increased sense of competence, strengthening calling, and confidence to move further in prophetic gifting. Spring 2019 SPL3000: Prophetic Practicum 4/27, 5/11, 5/25, 6/8 Rooms: H301-H302 10am – 5pm Click here for Full Course Description
SPL4000 | PROPHETIC LEADERSHIP PROCESS Building Advanced Competency in the Exercise of Prophecy “Go after love; still desiring to have the things which the Spirit gives, but most of all that you may have the prophet’s power.” 1 Cor. 14:1 (Bible in Basic English) Prophetic Process helps you develop advanced competencies in the art and exercise of prophecy. The emphasis is heavily placed on intensive development of the seeing and speaking functions of prophets. This interactive course delves deeper into the principles of dream interpretation, discernment, prophetic discourse, and methods of prophetic delivery. Learning activities will include dream journaling, decoding symbolic language, speech labs and oral presentations. Participants will be encouraged to develop a toolkit of advanced resources for prophetic ministry. Spring 2019 SPL4000: Prophetic Process 3/2, 3/16, 3/30, 4/13 Rooms: H301-H302 10am – 5pm Click here for Full Course Description