The Life Equipping Center launches this fall!

LIFE is about…
Learning, Impartation, Formation & Experience!

Dear Blog Reader Friends,

I want to introduce you to the LIFE Equipping Center that Risen King Community Church will be launching this fall.  LIFE will be an excellent training program for any emerging leader who feels a call to vocational ministry but who for one reason or another does not see college or seminary as a preferred path for their formation.  It’s also perfect for the young adult who is serious about their relationship with Jesus but not yet sure how God wants to use them to impact the world.

Our intentional learning environment blends the most fruitful characteristics found in the academic, contemplative, missional and renewal cultures that best contribute to discipleship formation. Students will have the opportunity to grow and learn in community, which includes a consistent connection with a ministry mentor, a spiritual director and a life coach.  The result is a formational experience designed to help students discover their true identity in Christ and powerfully fulfill their unique role in announcing and advancing the Kingdom of God.  Students who complete two years of training through the Life Equipping Center will be qualified for licensure with the C&MA through the Central Pacific District.

Please take a moment and check out our website at  On the resource page there is our current downloadable brochure, which we would be happy to send to you in bulk if you could use them to help us get the word out.  We sure appreciate it!

Please don’t hesitate to call or write us if you have any questions regarding LIFE.

Leave a comment and let me know what you think about this vision!  And please share this post with others who might be interested in the Life Equipping Center.

Bill Randall, DMin

LEC phone: 530-722-5400
Life Equipping Center
Risen King Community Church
6100 Oasis Road
Redding, CA 96003

About Bill Randall

Director of Pioneering Initiatives with Novo Mission Inc.
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