Preaching Cohorts
A Brotherhood Model for Continuing Education

What is a Preaching Cohort?
A preaching cohort is a group of six to eight pastors in a geographical area who covenant together for their continuing education as pastoral preachers. The initial commitment is for eight gatherings in twenty-four months. Cohorts are collaborative learning experiences designed to help pastors become more effective in their local settings. Pastors learn from one another and encourage one another as they hone their skills in pastoral preaching.
Our vision is to establish cohorts of pastors who covenant together to develop and improve their skills in expository preaching through joint workshops, mutual encouragement, and personal accountability.
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Additional Information on Preaching Cohorts, Methodology,
and The SAFNS Method of Sermon Preparation