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This course explores basic understandings of the field of missiology and delves into the two basic aspects of the Great Commission: the apostolic and theological mandate. The student will study how to correctly contextualize the Gospel on the foreign field. The student will be expected to put theory into practice during the course.

This course examines financial stewardship from a biblical perspective. The focus is on the modern world and the desire to satisfy wants regardless of the cost, and the destructive behaviors to which many find themselves addicted. The solution utilizes biblical principles that identify behaviors and create pathways to financial control, thus helping to develop financial freedom while keeping God at the center of the process. Major topics include identifying destructive and addictive behaviors, handling finances during personal struggles, preparing for future needs, and managing finances to be a blessing to the kingdom of God.

This course examines theories of grief and loss across the lifespan. The focus is on the experiences of loss, grief and bereavement as viewed by individuals, families and loved ones. Major topics include dying and bereavement, separation from a relationship, loss of a job, effects of a disaster, declines in functional health, acute illnesses and chronic diseases. The role of spirituality in the coping process is explored in order to increase the student's ability to implement Christ-centered faith modalities while mentoring or counseling with those who have experienced loss. 

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will explore the various doctrines of the Christian faith in order to develop a more well-rounded personal theology upon which to build their ministry. Students will be exposed to the teachings about God’s nature, the Holy Spirit, baptisms, and holiness.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

In this course, students will discover an overview of Scripture and examine ways in which the whole corpus is integrated to become a single book. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, key scriptures and major personalities of each book. Students will recognize the Bible as a “Pentecostal” book.

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