This course lays the foundation for understanding the biblical and theological foundations of holistic ministry. It is also examines major paradigms for understanding holistic ministry at both the personal and societal levels. The course concludes with an application project designed to help the student practically apply holistic ministry principles to an actual ministry context.
This course is part of the Foundations and Principles of Holistic Ministry series.
This course examines the process of building community relationships and helping communities analyze
their context, identify priorities and develop a plan of action for addressing key issues. The course concludes with an application project designed to help the student practically apply community development principles to an actual community context.
This course is part of the Methods of Community Organizing and Community Development series.
This course emphasizes the cognitive (thinking), volitional (valuing) and behavioral (doing) aspects to developing Christian character in people’s lives from a different cultural context than the student’s. Emphasis is placed on the relational empowering of disciples to their own cultural contexts dependent on the Word of God and the Holy Spirit.
This course is part of the Intercultural Holistic Discipleship series.
In this course, students will study the various components that the intercultural worker will encounter in a team context. Emphasis is placed upon understanding the biblical role of multicultural teams and multicultural team dynamics.
This course is part of the Multicultural Team Dynamics series.