The Church is lived out by ordinary people doing ordinary things in service to an extraordinary God. Designed to equip students to learn the practical and everyday practices of missional living, this course will equip students with best practices from a breath of missional leaders and communities globally and challenge them to begin to think critically about application to their context.
Students will survey the commonly used terms of missional ministry to build a vocabulary for practical understanding and networking with other leaders. In addition, students will explore the best practices of missional leaders and communities globally at the dawn of the 21st century and apply their own creative practices.
The assignments of this course will be students designing their own attempts at practicing missional living and reflecting on their effectiveness.
Students will be theologically grounded in the Great Commission as best translated, ‘as you go, make disciples’.
This course is the practical and everyday practices of a missional life-style
it is a life lived in holistic service to others.
The best forms of ministry are creatively designed to meet the needs of their context, students will learn how to culturally analyze their specific context.
This course will expose students to best practices in missional ministry from a diversity of cultural and racial contexts to inform their own.
While building on the theological concept of the Great Commission, this course focuses heavily on the application of daily practice with the knowledge gained.