It is in mastering the rigors of Reformed theology that Christians learn to use their minds, and develop a logical framework for their faith. Asking and answering pre-suppositional, conceptual and integrative questions about all areas of truth. CEP’s ministry is specifically targeted to help leaders, teachers and officers build onthis firm foundation.
CEP offers a placement service which connects available youth leaders with churches seeking to fill youth staff positions.Youth leaders–may open this article to submit their data form to our “Candidate Database”. Churches may send an email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 678-825-1154 to receive resumes of potential candidates.
CEP has assembled seven women who are gifted trainers who canhelp the women in your church realize a Biblical perspective of their relationship with Christ, their family and the church. They will challenge and train women to understand their helper design, cultivate community and engage in life-changing ministries.
Helping local churches develop their youth ministry is a top priority for CEP. We are encouraging youth leaders to network their resources and talents within their local presbyteries as well as making useful resources and materials available to local church youth workers.
Practical and proven advice on how to choose, equip and cast a vision for a leadership team for men’s ministry.
A weekend retreat or a Saturday morning seminar is a powerful tool in the hands of the Holy Spirit to grow men to new levels of surrender and commitment to Christ. at a camp called Hilltop, I faced the most important decision of my life. I had just been challenged to fully devote my life to Jesus Christ.
When the Presbyterian Church in America was established, Christian Education and Publications was one of the first three program committees put into place. Christian education is a God ordained covenantal process and the denomination established CEP to lead, nurture, and instruct its people. From the May/June 1998 Equip for Ministry magazine.
Written by author Susan Hunt, this Bible Study series teaches the Bible from a covenantal perspective recognizes that a women’s Bible study does not stand alone. It is to be a part of the entire discipleship ministry of a local church.
A suggested pattern for localchurches to use when installing Women in the Church officers. Contains questions for both officers and women in the congregation.