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Thank you for subscribing to the CCL Foundation Newsletter. We appreciate your interest in our ministry and your faithful readership. I’m writing today to let you know that we will be changing—and improving—the way we communicate Foundation news to you in the future. As our ministry units (the Russell School of Ministry, the Christian Church

More than a Library

When you visit the Elliott Library at the Christian Church Leadership Center in Florence, Kentucky, you’ll find much more than books on shelves. While we’re delighted to house more than 50,000 volumes for research and study, we’re also pleased to curate an extensive collection of ancient artifacts and Restoration History memorabilia. The accompanying photos are

Get Reacquainted with the Russell School of Ministry.

The Russell School of Ministry (RSM) believes the best way to learn how to minister effectively is through hands-on experience in real-life contexts. RSM’s training model combines classroom learning, field residency, and discipleship training to ensure graduates are prepared to meet the ever-changing leadership needs of churches and faith-based nonprofits. What you receive through RSM:

Elliott Library Marks Milestone.

Following months of diligent work by library director Jim Lloyd, and with the help of many CCLF team members and volunteers, the final bound volumes in the Elliott Library were shelved on Wednesday, April 28. This marks a significant milestone for the Elliott Library, as all its volumes are now available for research and study.

Leading The Church to Health and Growth.

If you and your congregation have been looking for a clear path forward, an opportunity to identify and overcome barriers to health and growth, the Christian Church Leadership Network can help. Based on extensive research, the CCL Network is now offering “The Church Working Right” seminar to churches and church leaders across the country. “The

New Degree Program for RSM Students.

The academic team at Central Christian College of the Bible has built a new degree program designed with Russell School of Ministry students in mind. CCCB’s Associate of Ministry Studies (AMS) can be pursued simultaneously with RSM’s two-year ministry certificate. This unique initiative allows students to combine the benefits of the RSM certificate (classroom and

Area Church Serves Elliott Library.

Recently a team of dedicated volunteers from Clarksburg Christian Church in Clarksburg, Indiana returned to the CCL Center in Florence, Kentucky to assist with the Elliott Library project. Under the direction of senior minister Jerran Jackson, the team shelved books, organized newsletters and archives, and stacked pallets of empty book boxes to be used by

Continuing to Bless Ministries Around the World.

If you were an early subscriber to our newsletter, you may recall reading about the medical equipment and supplies we donated to international ministries when we first took possession of the facility that now houses the Christian Church Leadership Center. The university that occupied the space we’re now leasing provided medical training to its students,

Central Christian College Open House at the CCL Center.

On Thursday, March 25, faculty members from Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri came to the CCL Center in Florence, Kentucky to offer an open house to potential students. In collaboration with the Christian Church Leadership Foundation, Russell School of Ministry, and the CCL Network, CCCB will be offering classes to meet

Ministry Partners Working Together!

One of the many blessings we’ve experienced since moving to Northern Kentucky to establish the Christian Church Leadership Center is the relationships we’ve developed with other ministries in the region. One of those ministries is GO Pantry (gopantry.org) a non-profit, faith-based ministry in Florence that provides food for undernourished school children during school breaks and

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Thank you for subscribing to the CCL Foundation Newsletter. We appreciate your interest in our ministry and your faithful readership. I’m writing today to let you know that we will be changing—and improving—the way we communicate Foundation news to you in the future. As our ministry units (the Russell School of Ministry, the Christian Church

More than a Library

When you visit the Elliott Library at the Christian Church Leadership Center in Florence, Kentucky, you’ll find much more than books on shelves. While we’re delighted to house more than 50,000 volumes for research and study, we’re also pleased to curate an extensive collection of ancient artifacts and Restoration History memorabilia. The accompanying photos are

Get Reacquainted with the Russell School of Ministry.

The Russell School of Ministry (RSM) believes the best way to learn how to minister effectively is through hands-on experience in real-life contexts. RSM’s training model combines classroom learning, field residency, and discipleship training to ensure graduates are prepared to meet the ever-changing leadership needs of churches and faith-based nonprofits. What you receive through RSM:

Elliott Library Marks Milestone.

Following months of diligent work by library director Jim Lloyd, and with the help of many CCLF team members and volunteers, the final bound volumes in the Elliott Library were shelved on Wednesday, April 28. This marks a significant milestone for the Elliott Library, as all its volumes are now available for research and study.

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