Christian Family: a one day seminar
On Saturday February 23rd, St. Paul Clintonville will host Dr. Lawrence Olson as he presents a one day seminar on Christian Family.
About the TOPIC: Examination of the biblical teachings concerning marriage, obligations of husbands and wives, procreation, obligations of parents and children, and divorce. Discussion of social problems threatening the Christian family.
About the INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Olson is a pastor, professor and scholar. He currently teaches many of the Staff Ministry courses at Martin Luther College in New Ulm Minnesota.
About the SEMINARS: Have you heard about the CAP program? This class is part of the CAP certification process. The Congregational Assistant Program is enabling and training church leaders from within the church. Lay members can take the classes with their pastor to become more prepared for deeper service to the church. Go to https://mlc-wels.edu/cap/ for more details as you consider your role in your church.
—this information was last updated on 1/22/2019—
The seminar will be held at St. Paul Clintonville. The address is 31 N Park St, Clintonville, Wisconsin.
The seminar is a full day event. On Saturday February 23rd, the class begins at 9am and will end by 4pm. During the day there will be breaks along with a lunch break. Lunch will be provided, although you are free to bring your own or go to a local restaurant.
There is a $10 fee for materials that will be collected the day of the event.
Registration is required and can be done in 3 ways.
Complete the online form on this page —>
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Chuck (and leave a voicemail if he is unavailable) at 262-238-3512
Completion of this class along with a final project will count as completing the Christian Family course for CAP certification. Please contact the CAP office to confirm what that means for you.
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Note: there is a $10 fee per person for materials. This fee will be collected the morning of the event.