CWN 3070 Evangelism and Missions
About this Course
Develop a biblical philosophy and approach to evangelism and missions to help you live a life that leads others toward Jesus.
You’ll study the eternal destiny of believers and non-believers, a theology of biblical evangelism and missions, and principles for effectively fulfilling the Great Commission at home and abroad.
What you’ll learn in this course:
- Understand the importance of key issues in the theology of evangelism and missions.
- Integrate key biblical passages into a developing theology of evangelism and missions.
- Evaluate present methods and models of evangelism and missions in light of Scriptural teaching and the socio-cultural context.
- Synthesize course materials into a theology and philosophy of evangelism and missions that will provide a framework for a lifestyle of participating in, and leading others toward, completing the Great Commission domestically and internationally.
- Apply biblical principles of evangelism and missions to one’s personal life and ministry context.
Licensing, Ordination and Consecration Requirements this course fulfills
By completing this course and its assignments fully, you will meet the following C&MA credentialing criteria:
- Attending/completing an evangelism training seminar approved by the district superintendent and the LO&CC
- Attending/completing a course focused on Alliance missions objectives and methods approved by the district superintendent and the LO&CC
- 3 of the 30 required Bible, theology & ministry leadership academic credits
Get a Head Start
By successfully completing this course at a demonstrated 80% proficiency, you will be eligible to apply the three professional development credits toward a Crown College undergraduate degree program at no additional cost.
Andrew Rutten, M. Div.
Andrew serves as a pastor at Providence Church in Omaha, Nebraska. He is passionate about shepherding and equipping people at Providence for the work of ministry. Andrew received his Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary and his Bachelors of Science in Political Science from the University of Nebraska-Omaha (UNO). Before planting Providence, Andrew started and led Citylight Midtown’s college ministry, CitylightU, for four years. He and his wife, Bailey, enjoy making memories with their two sons, dreaming up new house projects, and watching Minnesota sports.
- Chan, S. (2018). Evangelism in a Skeptical world: How to make the unbelievable new about Jesus more believable. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. [ISBN: 978-0-310-53467-9]
- Ott, C. (2019). Church on mission: A biblical vision of transformation for all people. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic. [ISBN: 978-1540960887]
- Keller, Tim (2020). How to Reach the West Again. Free download from Redeemer City to City.
Additional readings are provided in the course.