DAI Partnership

DAI, Development Associates International, focuses on developing a leader’s effectiveness and fostering their spiritual growth, with servant leadership as the core principle. DAI offers eighteen biblically-based courses to address the specific needs and issues facing Christian leaders in North America and around the world. These Biblically-based, practical and interactive courses are offered through non-formal multi-session seminars and workshops that can lead to a Certificate through one of our academic partners, a master’s degree program (offered in Africa, Asia and Latin America) and interactive online classes using Zoom. Those who participate experience a transformation that impacts how they lead and work in their homes, churches, ministries, businesses and communities.

Upcoming DAI Events:


DAI – Foundations of Servant Leadership

Foundations of Servant Leadership is a Biblically-based, highly interactive course designed to help existing and emerging leaders understand the foundations, heart and principles of servant leadership so they will lead with greater effectiveness and integrity.

This course will be held on 10 consecutive Tuesday evenings beginning on September 15 and ending on November 17. Each two-hour session will begin at 6:00pm Mountain Time.

This course is one of four required for a Certificate in Ministry and Organizational Leadership (CMOL) offered jointly by Western Seminary’s Center for Leadership Development and DAI. For more information on the CMOL program please send an email to email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Date: Tuesdays, Sept 15-Nov 17, 5:00 PM PST
Cost: $75 (audit), $150 (as part of the CMOL Certificate, offered jointly by Western Seminary’s Center for Leadership Development and DAI.)

Course syllabi: Foundations of Servant Leadership (Fall 2020)

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DAI – Conflict Management and Transformation (Fall 2020)

This is an interactive course that provides leaders with the tools to transform conflict into a positive experience of learning and growth.

Conflict is a normal part of our lives. It happens in families, churches, ministries, organizations and communities. In our increasingly multi-cultural context, and our natural tendency to “do it my way” conflict is inevitable. This means the ability to understand and respond wisely to conflict becomes a compelling priority in our work, ministry, and communities.

As Christian leaders we are called to seek bring reconciliation wherever it is needed. This sometimes involves managing conflict we are personally involved in, as well as helping friends and colleagues who are in conflict with others.

This course is intended to clarify issues in interpersonal, church, ministry, organizational and cross-cultural conflicts. It is designed to provide insights on the different ways people and cultures handle conflict, to evaluate these insights with the Scriptures, and to provide practical guidelines for conflict transformation.

This course will be held on 10 consecutive Thursday evenings beginning on September 17 and ending on November 19. Each two-your session will begin at 5:45 PM Mountain Time. Three days before each session, participants will receive a PDF of the workbook for the upcoming session and a Zoom link that will enable them to connect.

This course is one of four required for a Certificate in Ministry and Organizational Leadership (CMOL) offered jointly by Western Seminary’s Center for Leadership Development and DAI. For more information on the CMOL program please send an email to email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Date: Thursdays, Sept 17-Nov 19, 4:45 PM PST
Cost: $75 (audit), $150 (as part of the CMOL Certificate, offered jointly by Western Seminary’s Center for Leadership Development and DAI.)

Course syllabi: Conflict Management and Transformation (Fall 2020)

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