Creating and Equipping Servant Leaders
More than anything, the church needs leaders who are focused less on themselves and more on Christ. Too often, the trappings of pop culture leadership – like acclaim, influence, recognition and even fame – are mistaken for power. Through Capital Seminary & Graduate School’s strategic leadership program, students learn the importance of true power through leading as Christ did, while simultaneously gaining practical leadership training that they can apply to their everyday lives through ministry.
“Crafting spiritually formed ministry leaders for an interconnected world.”
“Capital really understands how to integrate your of study with people who are doing ministry in a high-paced and intensive environment. The combination of being part of a cohort, studying online and doing some intensives together is a really good balance. They really cracked the code in helping to integrate your study and the work with the ministry you are doing daily.”
– Pastor Darren Whitehead ’18, Church of the City, Nashville
Thomas Kiedis, Ph.D., D.Min.
“Praying is acknowledging that you can’t pull off your leadership assignment on your own.” – Dr. KiedisRead Bio
Ph.D. in Leadership, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY
D.Min., Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA
M.A.R.E., Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, Memphis, TN
B.S., Crichton College, Memphis, TN