CLT (Christian Leadership Training) is an exciting opportunity for students to explore Christian leadership in the context of community. Following a broadly applicable curriculum, CLT offers students the chance to individually try out many areas of leadership with the support of their peers, as well as people who have walked through similar steps before them. With a passionate commitment to discipleship, community, and facilitating self-discovery of Kingdom leadership, CLT aims to help students realize that the best leaders are those who are the best servants, and the best servants are those who intentionally pursue Jesus and the changes He brings to one’s life and character.
CLT 3 focuses on the ‘Go’ of the Great Commission. It is intensely practical as students grapple with how they themselves need to follow Jesus, and how best they can empower others to do the same. Students will develop the ‘honourable ambition’ of leadership (1 Tim 3:1) by taking a more active leadership role among the CLT group, shadowing various camp leadership staff and through an in depth study of leadership based on Oswald Sander’s book Spiritual Leadership. CLT 3 recognizes that a leader’s character is paramount, and the lessons learned while experiencing elements of camp leadership apply to any situation in which we want to be followers of Jesus with character.