Do you have the opportunity to do what you do best every day? At work? In your faith community?
We can help!
When: Strengths Advocate 101
Thursday, May 16, 2013
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Strengths Advisor 201
Friday and Saturday, May 17-18, 2013
Where: Southern Nazarene University,
Marchant Building, Hearth Room - 2nd Floor
Cost: Strengths Advocate 101—$99
Strengths Advisor 201—$295
Trainer: Dr. Linda Cantwell,
SNU Vice President for Enrollment Management and
NSI Trainer will be leading these events
Meals: Continental breakfast and lunch will be served each of the three days.
Childcare: Childcare is available through the Bethany First Church Mothers' Day Out Program.
Mother's Day Out at BFC
*Please note that we require a minimum of ten registrants per event. If we do not reach this minimum 1 week prior to the event, the event may be subject to rescheduling. If this is the case, you will be contacted with the option of rolling your registration over to our next course.
**We provide a refund of 50% for last-minute cancellations (within 7 days prior to the event).
Participants also have the option of rolling over their full registration fee to attend the next event.
For further information contact:
Dr. Linda Cantwell
Vice President for Enrollment Management
Nazarene Strengths Institute Website
From its very inception, the Nazarene strengths development initiative (in close collaboration with Gallup, Inc.) has been a grass-roots movement. Church administrators, pastors, and educators have partnered together to foster strengths-based leadership, deliver Gallup training events, present insightful research data, and offer helpful resources created by the Faith Practice division of Gallup, Inc.
This movement has been characterized by a sincere desire to serve local congregations and to help mobilize members for effective ministry by encouraging them to “do what they do best” in serving Christ and their communities. It is this “gift of service” that continues to define and shape the NSI. It has not been, nor will it be, viewed as a business opportunity. The certified faculty of the NSI share in this vision and have a deep desire to serve, equip, and encourage.
It is the purpose of the NSI to deepen personal discipleship and mission engagement in local congregations by helping members to identify, understand, develop, and express their God-given strengths through effective ministry and service.