MLV3630 Practicing Missional Community in Context

Course Overview

Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: STAFF

Course Description:

This course will examine the impact of missional principles that can be applied to any ministry context for local church effectiveness. Students will learn what questions to ask to interpret their context as well as best practices for missional communities in diverse locales.

How This Course Benefits Students:

This course lays a foundation for students to learn governing principles of missional communities in praxis all around the world. These principles then guide students to become architects of their own best practices specifically for their local context. Special attention is given to strategic inquiry practices more than specific results within the understanding that all missional contexts are unique though the intended principles are the same.

Why This Course Is Important:

This course is crucial for effective missional practice recognizing that every ministry context is unique and has different barriers and opportunities. Students will learn strategic inquiry skills that they can apply to any ministry locale. Leaders must first understand their context before they can effectively engage the community missionally.