Jiho Choi and his spouse travelled to Shawnee from Venezuela where he has begun a campus ministry and is starting a college. His interest is in cultural ministry – music and art , which he taught in Korea before he began his mission work. Choi was the worship leader for the Global Baptist Church in Seoul, Korea – a church of over 30,000 members and probably the largest Baptist church in the world. His father was one of the pioneers of Baptist work in Korea as a church planter and pastor. Choi has expressed how appreciative he is of the scholarship provided by Central, as it would have been very difficult for him to pursue this degree otherwise. His mission work is not subsidized by his former congregation, nor denomination, so he has to raise the support for his ministry.
Upcoming Coaching Event
Upcoming Coaching Event for Clergy, Church Staff, and Lay Leaders
Sponsored by the Transformed by the Spirit Leadership Center of Central Baptist Theological Seminary
Trainers provided by Pinnacle Leadership Associates
Leadership Coaching Project
March 10-14, 2014 (followed by 6 months of coaching)
Although attending retreats and conferences are inspirational and restful, few of those experiences result in transformation. The Leadership Coaching Project is a coaching experience for clergy and church staff designed to facilitate growth and change over a six-month period. Our goal is to help clergy and church staff raise their leadership effectiveness around specific leadership competencies.
Monday, 2:00 p.m. to Wednesday, 3:00 p.m.
$500/person for CBTS Students and Alumni/ae
Location - CHANGED
Central Baptist Theological Seminary - Shawnee Campus
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Visit the event registration page to register online for this learning opportunity, or contact Heather Entrekin, 913.667.5709 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is limited, so please register early.
Deadline: Feb 10
$200 deposit due at registration
Download the Leadership Coaching Project Flyer