Unit Code: EM076-912
Pre or Co-requistes: None
Christians of all cultures and contexts face the challenge of collaborating with other parties (churches, ministries, mission agencies, charities, businesses, etc.) to make Christ known. In this course, you will: a) learn about and reflect upon issues around why cooperation in Christian mission is difficult but necessary; b) consider how to form partnering and collaborative efforts in various types of ministry contexts; c) analyse relevance of various existing frameworks for partnering in mission; and d) create tools to evaluate the effectiveness of collaborative missional efforts.
Through this unit you will be guided to: a) explore biblical foundations for partnering and collaboration in ministry; b) understand the significance of partnering and collaborative efforts throughout the modern missionary movement; and c) be equipped through case studies, frameworks and other resources that assist in creating collaborative efforts in mission that can then be evaluated for effectiveness.
Intensive: Summer, 2021
Lecturer: Kirk Franklin
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