MLV3350 Advanced Multihousing Ministry
Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Once students know how to connect with apartment communities, they will now learn relationship building skills. We will look at Jesus use of networks and how He took the time to talk with people in different settings in order to alter the course of their lives and share the hope of personal salvation. Building relationships of trust is a labor that requires intentionality and confidence.
How This Course Benefits Students:
The beginning stages of ministry normally consists of connecting with the owner/manager and the implementation of events that are designed to allow meeting residents and staff. Students will now consider how to develop an ongoing ministry that deepens relationships and allows a number of ways to continue meeting new people and growing existing relationships. These skills expand a students resume to include practical ways of working with
Why This Course Is Important:
Every missional leader will need to master the process of opening doors to the masses who live in multihousing settings. As new strata is added, one will learn to develop the relationships necessary for effective sharing of the gospel. Learning about similar processes such as Literacy and mentoring will enable student to continue ministry relationships beyond initial contact.