Leveraging community, governmental, and private resources is a way to enhance military support for military families in an era of constrained resources. Students will learn how to build collaborative relationships with these resources to better understand them, how they work, and how military families can be assisted.
Students need to be aware of resources available to assist military members and veterans. In order to help them, they need to be able to know which organizations are available to help service members, veteran, and their families..
This course will not only allow the student to understand some of the major help organizations but learn how leaveraging these resources can help military families.
Paul's theology of the body of Christ, each part having a role in relationship to the whole and Paul's practice among the church of collecting assets from the different churches in the diaspora to bring to Jerusalem are Biblical precedents for establishing and building coalitions.
One must learn to build a system to reach ministry objectives. Building partnerships helps provide the pathway for reaching others.
Each partner organization will have a particular function in assisting military families.
Not only is the military an intercultural organization, but building partnerships to reach the military family will be bring together different cultural groups to meet the diverse needs.
This course works to build programs and systems which wlil make a real-life impact for the military family.
The student wll dialogue with various military aid organizations and will gain first-hand experience.