Earn Credits Through the Strack Center
Students admitted to the Strack Center can take classes in global leadership and ministry from some of the world’s top thought-leaders, speakers, and ministry leaders. All classes taken through the Strack Center will earn a student credit toward their degree!
This course will introduce the student to essential concepts of leadership with particular attention given to spiritual leadership, the role of vision, and importance of considering your dreams. Students will view leadership from multiple perspectives, and they will be encouraged to embrace possibilities and chart a course for the future.
According to the Leadership Institute, “Personnel is policy.” This course will examine the ideas of foundational leaders who have shaped America in order to study character and the effects of character on leadership. Though historical case studies, students will connect the cause and effect of character and consequences. They will reflect on this by comparing leaders and considering what they hope to experience in their own lives.
This course will examine the powerful impact of relationship and commitment on the way a leader leads and the results that are achieved. This course emphasizes just two narrow components of leadership: relationship and commitment. Students will consider how each amplifies the other. Through reading and interaction with past leaders in significant historical contexts, students will gain synthetic experience, waking in the shoes of those who have gone before them students will add important dimensions to their own understanding of leadership.
This course will examine leadership using the shepherd as a metaphor for leadership. Students will connect their calling to servant leadership though historical examples in both ancient and modern Israel and they will add this dimension to their own life plan for leadership.
ans to be a successful leader from a biblical perspective. Students will consider important leadership attributes by surveying historic leaders and their distinctive roles in time. Students will revisit their own understanding of leadership and reconstruct their own life plans.