The Undergraduate Certificate in Missional Theology & Practice equips students to understand the biblical and theological foundations for missional engagement in a variety of cultures and life contexts. The program is driven by the assumption that all belief and all action is grounded in theology, whether articulated or not. Students learn how to articulate a theology for missional engagement as they serve in God's redemptive mission.
Service in the mission of God occurs among those both within the faith community and those outside. However, in an ever religiously antagonistic world, the Undergraduate Certificate in Missional Theology & Practice examines participants in the mission of God in the scriptures and evaluates their missional ethos, ethics, contextualization processes, and their contextualized proclamation and witness. Students learn how to articulate missional engagement in theological terms grounded in the practice of Jesus, the apostles, and the Christians of the early church.