"TLT" is a training program designed to train pastors, evangelists and lay leaders, enabling them to build viable and healthy congregations and communities in the spirit of 2 Timothy 2:2: "Entrust what you have heard from me to those who will be qualified to teach others."
TLT goals include the growth of faith, generosity and productive work accounted for through regular reporting. Three tracks are available for participants to enroll in:
Track 1 - Caring for God's People and Christian Stewardship
Track 2 - From Harm to Honor in the Family and Biblical Preaching
Track 3 - Teaching the Christian Faith and Praising God in Work and Worship or God's Plan for Sustainable Development
“CARING FOR GOD’S PEOPLE”
Rev. Jeong Gho, Instructor
Tokyo Union Church is proud to sponsor the first course in Timothy Leadership Training (TLT). The purpose of these courses is to develop Biblically trained leaders for the Christ’s worldwide church.
The first course examines the theme of Pastoral Care, or providing loving care and comfort to those who are suffering. We will cover the 14 lessons of this course in an intensive weekend seminar format.
Friday, March 6: 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Saturday, March 7: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday, March 8: 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Cost: 5,000 yen per participant.
Saturday lunch provided
Rev. Jeong Gho is the director of the Leadership Training Institute for Reconciliation (LTIR) for the Christian Reformed Church of Japan Ministries. (CRJM). He has been a missionary to Japan with Christian Reformed World Missions (CRWM) since 1995 and is a TLT Master Trainer.
Lesson 1 – Great Things with God
Lesson 2 – The Person Who Cares
Lesson 3 – Visiting in Christ’s Name
Lesson 4 – Action Planning for Change
Lesson 5 – Crisis Visits
Lesson 6 – Regular Visits
Lesson 7 – Learning by Example and through
the Apprentice Method
Lesson 8 – Comfort
Lesson 9 – Guidance
Lesson 10 – Healing
Lesson 11 – Reconciliation
Lesson 12 – Caring in Time of Crisis
Lesson 13 – Making a 4-6 Month Action Plan
Lesson 14 – Final Lesson: 4-6 Month Action Plan Reports
For more information: Contact Doug Vrieland, email@example.com