The ten Core Activities of campus staff are just what they sound like – the core activities that CSMs must become proficient in practicing and leading, if you are to be effective and empowered in your calling.
We want you to “know the core,” and more than that, to learn how to thrive in each of these ten activity areas.
Below are the two courses that Catalyze is offering this summer, in partnership with national departments. Each is tagged with the primary Core Activity that they address (though many courses will overlap with other Core Activities).
So check out what we are offering, save the dates in your calendar, and make a note to talk to your supervisor about attending online this summer!
HOLY SPIRIT IN WITNESS
Leading into Prayer
AD Boston Metro West
DR. ALICE BROWN-COLLINS,
Assist Director, National Intercessory Prayer
"Hi-Light" Team Leader at UH Manoa
With his last words on earth, Jesus made a huge promise: “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you...” (Acts 1:8). As you step on campus, do you feel that you’re operating out of the power of God’s Spirit? In this learning environment we’ve created spaces to experience the power and presence of God, while learning how to replicate these experiences in the ministries you serve. We’ll teach rhythms that will help you biblically and theologically ground and debrief these experiences, so that your students can learn to do the things that Jesus did, for the reasons he did them.
MISSION COACHING: EMPOWERING MORE STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND VOLUNTEERS FOR THE 2030 CALLING
Nat'l Dir. of Planting
Nat'l Dir. of Discipleship and Growth
Associate Dir. of Discipleship and Growth
Associate Dir. of Evangelism
In this course, we will practice a coaching method proven to be effective in Planting, Evangelism, Discipleship & Growth on campus. We will focus on the best practices, skills, and spiritual rhythms that are crucial for effective ministry for the mission at hand. We encourage staff from the same Area Teams to come together and learn to pursue holistic ministry by integrating campus strategy while depending on the mysterious work of the Holy Spirit.