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CBOQ pastors and leaders, you are invited to join CBOQ  for a webinar series especially designed with you in mind. Each month we’ll guide you through topical discussions with practical next steps and resources that will help you navigate the COVID reality.

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CBOQ Now takes place on-line on the second Thursday of the month, September – April. You are invited to gather to learn, explore and discuss different topics relevant to church life and ministry. If you have a topic you’d like to discuss, please send it to Cid Latty.

 The (priesthood) mission of every believer – September 14

We live in a context where there are few pastors to go around – could it be that God is not calling people to pastoral ministry in the quantities that he was did for a specific reason? Is God seeking every church member to become missioners in our own neighborhoods? What would equipping every member for mission look like in our churches? What landmines would we want to avoid? Are there resources and training that could position us to serve better? How can we enable our churches to be on mission today?

Cultivating new leaders – October 12

As CBOQ seeks to resource churches toward having a good leadership pipeline; what does it mean today to equip and enable new leaders to flourish? What can we learn from those leaders who have made developing new leaders a priority?  Are there landmines to avoid and avenues to pursue as we consider how leaders are formed? How can churches avoid the ‘messiah complex’ when looking for potential leaders? What tools could aid every church to develop a leadership pipeline?

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April: Associating – Does it Matter?

‘Autonomy’ had become a catch phrase for churches who seek their own discernment – for some it has led to the kind of independence that produces isolation. While some churches and pastors seek to relate to other congregations, others seem to view associating as an unnecessary burden. Is there a right way to view associating for churches and pasters? What examples are there of healthy ways for pastors and churches to relate?

January: Leadership Today

Christian leadership has sometimes been seen in a bad light due to previous scandals and misdemeanours, how can we sustain good leadership and build confidence in ministry? What strategies can be adopted to care for the leaders’ soul? Is leadership and management diametrically opposed? What does Biblical leadership look like?  

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March: Church Revitalization – Lessons and stories

Amidst the closure of churches something else is emerging; church revitalization. What is leading some churches to journey toward revitalization? What does revitalization require? What are the challenges that must be faced? What can help us stay on course with revitalization? What stories can encourage our churches today?

December: The Place of Prayer in Worship

This vital webinar explores the place of prayer in our Sunday worship. How can our services incorporate the values of 1 Timothy 2:1 where it says, ‘I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people’? Also, what is the purpose of endeavours like ‘healing rooms’ and ‘soaking prayer’? What creative ideas might help us recover prayer as an integral part of our worship and mission?

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February: Why every Pastor should have a Chuch Planting posture

Church planting for too long has seemed like an exclusive club only for certain special people. What is it about church planting today that makes it so easy for ordinary Christians to get involved? How do churches go from a small core team to the multiplication of congregations? What is the mindset of those who love evangelism? How do churches see the world when mission is the central focus?  

Pastoral Burnout

No one enters ministry seeking to burnout, but it can happen occasionally taking us by surprise. Here we have an opportunity to listen to those who have faced the difficult personal moments brought on by exhaustion. What were the signs of burnout? What did they learn and what would they do differently? How can we move forward after burnout?  What are the essentials for avoiding burnout in the future?  

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