The role of the advocate supporting military families, including how to identify and relate to military families, develop support groups, and relate to their special needs will be explored.
Students must know the role and parameters of being an advocate and how to reach out, identify needs, and develop support programs for the military family. This couse provides a basic famework of advocacy and outreach.
Learning the functional elements to reach out to military families is the heart of missional activities.
The servanthood of Christ, as located in Mark 10:45, is a basis for Biblical advocacy for others. Care and ministry to others are central Christian themes.
Reaching out to military families and advocating for them are core missional activities.
The military environment is a unique field and reaching them and their families in a missional context necessitates a biblical and evangelical approach.
Many cultures are represented in the military family.
This course will look at real life issues facing military families.
Learners will interact with and identify needs of military families.