Course Content:

• Theological basis for Christian mission
• Mission seen in both the New and Old Testament
• The development of mission trends within the Church
• Mission practice today and its application for the contemporary context
• Engagement with real world practice through a relevant field trip

This module forms part of the Spiritual Leader Development stream. Further modules in this programme include:
Pastoral Care
Leadership and Discipleship
Belief and Thought
Theological Reflection and Scripture
The Salvation Army: Historical and Contemporary Developments

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Who Should Apply?

Territorial Envoys and employees at any level who have an occupational requirement or are committed to the Christian ethos and values of The Salvation Army

Venue & Dates

William Booth College
11-12 June 2018

Day One: 09.30 – 17.00
Day Two: 09.30 – 16.00

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course, delegates should be able to:
• Demonstrate an awareness of the biblical rationale for mission engagement
• Show an understanding that is wholly derived from God’s mission
• Discuss and define Christian mission

Presenter(s):

Kevin Avis & Janet Martin

Learning Hours:

20 hours including 8 hours of work-based learning

Places Available:

June 2018: 20