A 6-Week Pay-What-You-Can Course for Pastors
Thursdays at 8:30PM, starting May 6
Pastors for Normal People is a six-week course for any pastor whose beliefs about God and the Bible are shifting as they also try to address those issues in their churches. Do you find yourself reading the Bible in new ways and you need to learn how to pastor from a new place? Are you wrestling with how to introduce these different ways to read and interpret the Bible to your congregants? This course is designed to help pastors who want to understand good biblical scholarship, translate that to the pulpit, and make it accessible for folks in the pews.
MEET THE PASTORS
Jennifer Garcia Bashaw (PhD, Fuller Seminary; MDiv, Baylor’s Truett Theological Seminary) teaches New Testament, Biblical Interpretation, Ministry, and Homiletics at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina. She has had a love/hate relationship with Evangelical Christianity ever since she felt a call to ministry in a Southern Baptist Church as a teenager. She has served as children’s minister, youth minister, and associate pastor in several different Baptist churches over the last twenty years and is ordained in the American Baptist Churches, USA.
Josh James (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is one of the pastors of The Restoration Project, a Cooperative Baptist church in Salisbury, MD. He is passionate about preaching nerdy and somewhat provocative, historical-critical sermons and ... watching Netflix. Equally.
You can find some of his work at joshuatjames.com.