In course #1 of 4 in the NICL, Dr. Rutland expounds on Leadership (doing the right thing) vs. Management (all about doing things right). You’ll learn valuable principles to steer your organization toward sustained growth. Click to learn more.
In course #2 of 4 in the NICL, Dr. Rutland helps you identify your key leaders’ personality types to have the right balance in your organization for sustained growth. Understand your team and how to get the most from them. Click here to learn more.
In course #3 of 4 in the NICL, you'll learn to effectively lead and communicate ideas. This session focuses on leadership transformation including building momentum, board management, leadership, communication and vision, and finances. Learn more.
Communication & Worship
In course #4 of 4 in the NICL, you'll learn how preaching & worship can work together to effectively communicate the message of Christ. Synergy in the pulpit is critical to build momentum and sustain growth in your ministry. Click to learn more.
Special Invitation from Dr. Rutland to attend the November Session FREE!
$1,000 value per person
For US Residents that enroll in the NICL Online, Dr. Rutland would like to invite you to be his special guest at the November Session titled Communication and Worship. We'll cover the cost of the training. You just have to get there. (Bring your team)
Master Level College Credit Hours
Up to a $6,000 value
Complete the NICL Online training to be eligible to receive advanced standing college credit hours toward your Master's at participating Universities like SEU, SAGU, Richmont Graduate University, and SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary.
Bachelor Level College Credit Hours
Up to a $6,000 value
Complete the NICL Online training to be eligible to receive advanced standing college credit hours toward your Bachelor's at participating Universities like SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary and Mid-Atlantic Christian University.
“I’m 58 years old and have been in ministry as an associate pastor for the last 16 years. Prior to that I was an engineer working in Atlanta. This entire course, by far, has been an incredible journey and soooo beneficial b/c college and/or seminary school does not prepare you for leadership. Unfortunately, these institutions shy away from the practical side of leadership. Dr. Rutland should be commended for assembling such a vast array of topics taught from a “passionate, first-hand experience” point of view. VERY powerful to say the least. This course should be a prerequisite for all pastors in seminary.”Rob M. (Family Life Church)