Rev. Dr. Steve Eason

Rev. Dr. Steve Eason

Elder Training
with Rev. Dr. Steve Eason

Sunday, September 16 4pm-6pm at Farragut Presbyterian Church

Bring your whole session!

What does it mean to be an Elder serving on Session?
How can our Sessions work together as leaders, visionaries for our congregations?
How can Commissioned Lay Pastors serve with authority and insight?

Steve Eason has a variety of experiences from over 40 years in ministry. He has been a solo pastor of a small church, a pastoral counselor, and associate pastor, senior pastor of large churches, an author, consultant and now a Transitional Pastor, serving as Interim Pastor at Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church.

Steve’s book, Making Disciples, Making Leaders (Geneva 2016) now in its Second Edition (with Leader’s Guide and Workbook), is the result of 24 years of building, training and nurturing leadership teams.

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Training Resources for Churches and Committees

What do Presbyterians believe and what makes us unique? How do we govern ourselves? Of the many different online resources, here are just a few.

 

Presbyterian beliefs

 Click to visit the Presbyterian Mission Agency's: History, Theology, Social Issues, and Uniqueness

Click to visit the Presbyterian Mission Agency's: History, Theology, Social Issues, and Uniqueness

Basics of faith and belief

Keeping Faith: Conversations on Race in America


Elder Training

10/4/2010 The latest video commentary in the weekly series by the Stated Clerk of the PC(USA), Gradye Parsons. Topic: Becoming an elder.

[KOREAN] Being Presbyterian is unique in many ways -- how the church is governed and how decisions are made, and by whom, for example. Watch this quick video that explains business at General Assembly.


Presbyterian History

200 Years of Presbyterian Women Presbyterian Women have a mission, a voice, and a place in the church. This video is an introduction to the history of Presbyterian Women, which began 200 years ago when the first Presbyterian women gathered to pray and donate their hard earned pennies to the church.

A short history of the Presbyterian Church produced for the series "So, You are Becoming a New Member" of the Presbyterian Church in the USA. It’s really groovy.