UMS4300 Metro Missional Strategy: Strategic Perspectives

Course Overview

Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. G. Phillip Smith

Course Description:

This course will survey the multifaceted strategies involved with ministering in a large urban center. Students will review current practices as well as new technologies to help missionaries plant churches in urban centers. Through discussion, reading assignments, and presentations the student will have an understanding of urban missional strategies.

How This Course Benefits Students:

The bachelors level of this course introduces current mission strategies in Urban Centers around the world.

Why This Course Is Important:

More people are moving to cities today than in any other time in history. In the United States refugees are settling in large urban centers which allows churches in cities to create meaningful strategies to share the gospel and make disciples of all nations in the worlds very large cities.