Fletcher Seminary and the Cooperating Baptist Fellowship of Oklahoma both desire to provide practical training opportunities to better equip vocational ministers and lay leaders for Christian leadership.
CBF Oklahoma and Fletcher have entered into a formal agreement that will provide up to five CBF Oklahoma learners with a full scholarship for the Certificate Program.
After a season of self study and reflection, CBF Oklahoma leaders determined that an emerging need was practical training for both laity and clergy. Fletcher’s Certificate Program meets this need, as classes are 100% online and designed to accommodate people at all levels of experience in ministry.
Fletcher President Dr. Don Williford and CBF Oklahoma Coordinator Rev. Kyle Tubbs signed the agreement earlier this month, and said in a joint statement, “We are excited about the new relationship between our organizations, and look forward to partnering to provide practical and accessible ministry training to those desiring the valuable training Fletcher Seminary has to offer.”
The Spring term begins the week of January 30th, and students still have time to enroll and register for classes.