ELD4110 Designing Disciplemaking Materials
Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. John Brittain
Designing disciplemaking materials to suit a proposed ministry context. Students will have knowledge of a particular cultural context in which to design materials that would most effectively assist in developing devoted followers of Christ. Each student will be expected to prepare and present a disciplemaking handbook to be used within a specific context of ministry.
How This Course Benefits Students:
When a missional leader seeks to make disciples, a specific plan that reaches a particular ministry target must be utilized. In many situations there is no existing disciplemaking plan that may be accessed, which would present the necessity of producing a plan. This course will give students the opportunity to plan, design, produce, and present disciplemaking materials that fit the needs presented in their ministry context.
Why This Course Is Important:
The course Designing Disciplemaking Materials will offer a practical approach for missional leaders to design a specific handbook for making disciples among people within a particular demographic.