We offer two types of seminars: Leadership seminars and Biblical Studies seminars.
Our leadership seminars are designed to motivate and inspire attendees, whilst equipping them with the necessary skills to lead their church or organisation to new and exciting levels of growth.
Our biblical seminars focus on spiritual growth, edification and comfort, and empowering believers by explaining Scripture.
Since 2001 we have been conducting seminars in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, England, and Germany.
Each seminar is supported by an e-Book version, available for purchase through our website
All our leadership seminars are filled with real life stories and illustrations dealing with the intricacies of leading an organization. Each leadership seminar covers a range of practical skills and is designed to assist in the development of leadership ability within each area covered.
Though this one-day seminar explores the chronological events in the Book of Revelation, the main focus of this seminar is on the blessed hope and assurance we have in Jesus Christ and the importance of sharing the gospel.
These seminars place emphases on our spiritual growth and relationships, and empowering believers by explaining Scripture in a manner that is easily understood and applied to practical Christian life, which is paramount for all Christians.
In the world of leadership, it is often said that if you are not living on the edge, you are taking up too much room. Creating transformational change is more than just living on the edge: it requires that leaders create the edge.
Creating a whole new edge means that the leader must think differently, seeing things from a new perspective, so as to set new horizons of development that were not previously considered achievable. The purpose of this seminar is to better equip leaders for the demands of transformational change within their organisation.
Workshop on the Art of Preaching
In this session we will be looking at:
Firstly, a list of resources and some practical exercises in how to use the internet to find resources and illustrations for sermons.
Secondly, an understanding of three major types of sermons: topical, textual and expository.
Thirdly, examples of the different parts of a sermon i.e. Title, Introduction, Divisions (discussion, illustration and application) and Conclusion.
Fourthly, will provide small group practical exercise for attendees to use the expository method of preaching to develop a title for the passage, break down the passage into three divisions identifying the main message and application of each division.
Fifthly, some tips in effective storytelling and the correct use of illustrations.
Sixthly, some guidelines on the importance of body language, which is the conscious and unconscious movements and postures by which attitudes and feelings are communicated.
Finally, some practical guidelines on the correct use of PowerPoints to assist in holding people’s attention and curiosity.
Workshop on Strategic Leadership Planning
This two-hour workshop will:
Firstly, provide you with a template of a strategic plan that you can submit to your board.
Secondly, help establish a vision and a set of goals that your leadership is committed to.
Thirdly, assist in providing a framework within which present and future decisions can be made.
Fourthly, assist in developing a clear focus on the important priorities
Fifthly, assist in identifying new opportunities for growth.
Sixthly, assist in building a sense of ownership and excitement within your team.
Finally, help create team identity through the creation of a common vision or dream for the future.
Workshop on ‘Interpreting the Scriptures in the 21st Century’
In response to requests from churches, Trinity Leadership Products has developed a new workshop on ‘Interpreting the Scriptures in the 21st Century’. This workshop can be conducted via Zoom presentation or in person.
We seek to interpret Scriptures correctly that we might know the truth, value God’s word and are not led into error or false doctrine or form a cult. Therefore, it is vitally important in the time in which we live that every believer study the Bible properly in order to understand the truths it reveals.
The principles of biblical interpretation examined in this workshop are neither original nor exhaustive. Rather, since the goal of interpreting the Bible is to determine the Author’s intended meaning in the passage of Scripture, this workshop:
Firstly, looks at Paul’s warning to the church leaders about false teachers who misinterpreted the Scriptures for their own ends and his instructions to keep the church safe.
Secondly, identifying different resources that aid in correct interpretation of Scripture.
Finally, examining the three main steps of biblical interpretation:
Observation—What does the passage say?
Interpretation—What does the passage mean?
Application—What am I going to do about what the passage says and means?
The workshop runs for two-hours. This workshop, ‘Interpreting the Scriptures in the 21st Century’, follows on from our workshop on ‘The Art of Preaching’. Feedback from our seminars shows us that attendees both enjoy the topics and state that they have gained new insights into the running of their organisation or team.
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