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Global Ministry MIN 260T
60 hours (4 weeks).
October 2010 - October 2020.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: articulate the biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic aspects of ministry worldwide; discuss ministry skills in direct interaction with ministry and mission practitioners; assess one’s place in the work of worldwide ministry by evaluating one’s own gifting and abilities alongside the opportunities available; describe the vision and activities of organizations that minister to people in urban settings or prisons; exercise ministry skills in participation with organizations that minister to people in urban settings or prisons; integrate oneself with other students as a team in ministry, experiencing how a group is more than the sum of its parts; participate in group worship; and evaluate personal and team experiences.
Major topics covered are: the message; the means; challenges; methods; purpose in the world; a blessing to the world; representing God to the world; and teamwork. Methods of instruction include: lecture, guest presentations, and group work. Evaluation criteria include five response papers, an interview with the instructor, and journaling.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate division category, 3 semester hours in Ministry Studies (10/15).