CMTI 0522 Intercultural Discipleship Methods
About this Course
Embark on the quest for authentic discipleship, exploring questions like: What should I teach? How do I mentor a person of another culture? You’ll explore these topics and more with fellow learners in the trenches of ministry in this 4-module mini-course.
Earn the Intercultural Discipleship Certificate
This course is Part 2 of 3 in the Intercultural Discipleship Certificate series. By completing this and the other two courses in this series with a demonstrated 80% proficiency, you are eligible to apply your Certificate of Completion for 3 academic credits in a graduate degree at Crown College.
Complete | Part 1: Intercultural Spiritual Formation
Starts January 12, 2022 | Part 3: Cross-Cultural Coaching & Teaching
You can register for ANY course in this series; they do not need to be taken consecutively.
What you’ll learn in this course:
- Examine principles of contextualization that inform intercultural discipleship.
- Explore the tension between knowledge and experience in intercultural discipleship.
Dr. Jeff Singfiel
Dr. Singfiel has been in ministry for 29 years, the last nineteen of which have been with The Alliance in Kosovo, a majority Muslim country. He has worked in church planting, preaching and discipleship, community development, and national church & mission leadership roles. His broad experience with many levels of church life provides a meaningful perspective on intercultural spiritual formation.
Davis, C. (2015). Making disciples across cultures: Missional principles for a diverse world. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. [ISBN: 978-0-83083-690-1] Introduction & Chapters 3-12
Hibbert, E. & Hibbert, R. (2018). Walking together on the Jesus road: Discipling in intercultural contexts. Pasadena, CA: William Carey. [ISBN: 978-0-87808-069-4] Chapters 1-8
Kindle and paperback versions of the texts are available through Amazon.
Additional readings are provided in the course.