CWN 0544 The Practice of Holistic Ministry
About this Course
Learn the developmental phases and characteristics essential to building your organization’s holistic ministry initiatives in this 8-week mini-course. You’ll explore principles you can use right away to help your organization develop more effective holistic ministries.
Earn the Holistic Ministry Certificate
This course is Part 3 of 3 in the Holistic Ministry 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.
Starts October 20, 2021 | Part 1: Foundations of Holistic Ministry
Starts January 12, 2022 | Part 2: Holistic Ministry to the Poor
Starts March 9, 2022 | Part 3: The Practice of Holistic Ministry (this course)
You can register for ANY course in this series; they do not need to be taken consecutively.
What you’ll learn in this course:
- Identify the characteristics of effective holistic ministry organizations
- Understand the stages of developing an organization that does effective holistic ministry
- Create a plan for increasing the effectiveness of their organization’s holistic ministry
Wade Copland pastors a C&MA church replant in Camp Hill, PA, desiring to bring holistic ministry principles to the local church. He earned a B.A. in Cross-Cultural Studies from Simpson University and an M.A. in Global Leadership from Crown College. Wade and his wife founded a ministry mobilizing Christians for intercultural ministry with Somali refugees and then served with World Challenge as Director of Development Programs, North America.
- Sider, R., Olson, P. & Unruh, H.R. (2002). Churches that make a difference: Reaching your community with good news and good works. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. [ISBN: 978-0878085415]
Kindle and paperback versions of the text are available through Amazon.
Additional readings are provided in the course.