Lay Servant Ministries

Lay Servant Ministry Courses: Half Truths

Lay Servant MinistriesAll laity are invited to participate in Lay Servant Ministries courses, not just persons seeking to become a Certified Lay Servant.

Half Truths: God Helps Those Who Help Themselves and Other Things the Bible Doesn’t Say. [NEW]

This study, based on the book Half Truths by Adam Hamilton, allows participants to search for the whole truth by comparing common Christian clichés such as “everything happens for a reason” with the wisdom found in Scripture.

Note: This course has been approved by the Conference Committee on Lay Servant Ministries as an advanced course for Lay Servant Ministries in the North Texas Conference.

TEXT

Participant – Half Truths, God Helps Those Who Help Themselves and Other Things the Bible Doesn’t Say
by Adam Hamilton
ISBN 978-1-5018-1387-0
(Also available in e-book and large print editions.)

Leader – Half Truths: Leader Guide
ISBN 978-1-5018-1390-0
(Also available in e-book and large print editions.)

Half Truths: DVD
ISBN 978-5018-1392-4

SCHEDULED


No sessions of this course are currently scheduled.

General Information about Advanced Courses

Advanced courses equip the laity for service in many facets of lay ministry and congregational leadership. Completion of one Advanced Course after the Basic Course is required to become a Certified Lay Servant. Specified Advanced Courses are required to achieve the designation of Lay Speaker.

Texts can be ordered through Cokesbury.com or Amazon.com (use ISBN order #) or Upper Room Bookstore (use DR item #)

Watch for these symbols next to the course title:

North Texas Conference Lay Servant Ministries Core Advanced Courses are recommended as your first advanced LSM courses after the Basic Course is completed.
North Texas Conference Lay Servant Ministries Meets a requirement for Lay Speaker designation
North Texas Conference Lay Servant Ministries Meets a requirement for course instructor accreditation

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