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1 Department of Ministry and Missions Karen Jones, Thomas Bergler, Luke Fetters, Bo Helmich, RuthAnn Price (missionary in residence) The Ministry and Missions Department seeks to develop in students the commitments and skills necessary for leading others in growing faithfulness to God. A curriculum that values critical thinking, problem solving, creativity and change is designed to integrate biblical truth, evangelical theology, church history, educational psychology and methodology. Students may elect to fulfill degree requirements with a professional major leading to a bachelor of science degree in children s ministry, missions, recreation and sports ministry, youth ministries or worship leadership or a liberal arts major in Christian ministries leading to a bachelor of arts degree. Students may elect to double major within the department only if there are twelve or more distinct hours between their chosen majors. They must also complete a PRIME experience which allows them to focus on both areas of ministry leadership. Students who elect the professional youth ministries major pursuing the bachelor of science degree complete MI 211, 221, 231, 242, 251, 331, 373, 376, 377, 411, 421, 471YM, 481, 496: BR 414 and 415. In addition to the introductory Bible course counted in the core (chosen from BR 111, 231, 241, 251 or 261), students must also complete one course from BR 231/BR 241 and one course from BR 251/BR 261 for a total of 62 hours in the major. BR 271 is taken as a prerequisite for MI 373. Students who elect the professional missions major pursuing the bachelor of science degree complete MI 211, 231, 242, 251, 321, 331, 365, 373, 401, 411, 421, 471MI, 481, 496; BR 331, 414 and 415. In addition to the introductory Bible course counted in the core (chosen from BR 111, 231, 241, 251 or 261), students must also complete one course from BR 231/BR 241 and one course from BR 251/BR 261 for a total of 65 hours in the major. BR 271 is taken as a prerequisite for MI 373. Students who graduate with a major in missions are permitted to request transcripts with educational ministries-cross-cultural studies as the alternate name for the major. Students who elect the professional children s ministry major pursuing the bachelor of science degree complete MI 211, 221, 231, 242, 251, 331, 373, 381, 411, 421, 471CM, 481, 496; BR 414, 415; ED 420; and SE 232. In addition to the introductory Bible course counted in the core (chosen from BR 111, 231, 241, 251 or 261), students must also complete one course from BR 231/BR 241 and one course from BR 251/BR 261 for a total of 65 hours in the major. BR 271 is taken as a prerequisite for MI 373. Students who elect the professional worship leadership major pursuing the bachelor of science degree complete MI 211, 221 or 331, 251, 264, 304, 314, 344, 373, 471WL, 481, 496; BR 414 and 415. In addition to the introductory Bible course counted in the core (chosen from BR 111, 231, 241, 251 or 261), students must also complete one course from BR 231/BR 241 and one course from BR 251/BR 261. BR 271 is taken as a prerequisite for MI 373. Students are also required to complete the following courses in music: MU 110, 111; MU A06; and eight credits from MU 112, 113, 178, 301, 302, 320, 338, A01, A02, A03, A08, A09, A10 or up

2 to 2 credits of any choral or instrumental ensemble for a total of 66 hours. Students who elect the recreation and sports ministry major pursuing the bachelor of science degree complete RC 111; MI 211, 231, 242, 251, 351, 421, 471RS, 481, 495 (two hour internship in a recreation or sports ministry), 496; EX 151; and two additional hours in experiential recreation and sports learning from MI 295, 395, 495 or any other course approved by the department. In addition to the introductory Bible course counted in the core (chosen from BR 111, 231, 241, 251 or 261), students must also complete one course from BR 231/BR 241 and one course from BR 251/BR 261 for a total of 50 hours. Students who elect the Christian ministries major pursuing the bachelor of arts degree complete MI 211, 231, 242, 251, 331, 373, 411, 421, 481, 495; BR 414 and 415; and one course from MI 221, 365, 376, or 381. In addition to the introductory Bible course counted in the core (chosen from BR 111, 231, 241, 251 or 261), students must also complete one course from BR 231/BR 241 and one course from BR 251/BR 261 for a total of 46 hours. BR 271 is taken as a prerequisite for MI 373. Twenty-two hours are needed to fulfill the requirements for each minor in the Ministry and Missions department. The Christian ministries minor requires MI 211, 242, 331, 411, 421, 495 (two hours) and five additional hours in the department (not including MI 285). The missions minor requires MI 211, 231, 321, 365, 401, 495 (two hours), and five additional hours from BR 331 or ministry courses in the department (not including MI 285). The youth ministries minor requires MI 211, 242, 331, 376, 377, 411, 421 and 495 (two hours). The worship studies minor requires MI 211, 264, 304, 314, 344, 495 (two hours), and six additional hours in the department (not including MI 285). The PRIME Experience PRIME is an acronym for Practical Research and Immersion in Ministry Effectiveness. Students who elect one of the majors in the bachelor of science degree must plan their schedules carefully in order that the summer and fall immediately following the junior year may be devoted to this field ministry immersion. Students should make application for placement in The PRIME Experience during the first semester of the sophomore year. To be allowed to participate in the field ministry immersion, students must maintain an overall GPA of 2.0 and a GPA of 2.5 in their majors and demonstrate local church and ministry involvement while pursuing their degrees. They must also have completed all courses required in their major except for MI 481. Students enrolled in this internship should not take any other courses or be involved in co-curricular or other experiences that may detract from the overall ministry immersion experience. Students must make arrangements for their own transportation and living arrangements, in consultation with their professor, though host ministry sites will be chosen in part for their ability to help facilitate this dimension of the experience. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Students of any major may choose to complete a certificate or minor in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Graduates with a bachelor s degree and an institutionally-issued TESOL certificate or minor are qualified to teach English in many other countries, as well as in community and churchbased programs in the United States. (See Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages for more information and course descriptions.) Courses in Ministry and Missions MI 211 Foundations of Christian Ministry

3 (3 credits) - Fall, Spring ) A study of the foundational concepts and principles of Christian ministry. The course draws on the Bible, church history and theology to help students deepen their answers to questions such as: What does it mean to become a Christian? What is the church? What is ministry? Students will explore their gifts, clarify their senses of ministry calling, pursue growth in Christian character and begin to formulate a philosophy of Christian ministry. MI 221 Lifespan Development for Ministry (3 credits) - Fall ) An investigation into the specific characteristics of cognitive, psychosocial, physical and spiritual development from preschool through all stages of adulthood. Special emphasis will be placed upon the significance of developmental characteristics for formulating effective relational ministry strategies. MI 231 Evangelism (3 credits) - Fall ) A study of the basic principles, significant contexts and effective methods of personal and mass evangelism, including an examination of a variety of programs of evangelism for evaluative purposes. Field experiences and practical training are also featured in this course. MI 233 Topics in Missions (2 credits) - Offered on Sufficient Demand ) A detailed examination of a selected missiological subject or skill. May be repeated for credit in different topics. MI 233CO Contextualization Leads students through a process of theological reflection on the relationship between the transcendent truths of the Christian faith and the particularities of human cultures. Students learn principles that will help them identify and promote biblically faithful inculturation of the Christian Gospel. MI 233CP Church Planting Considers church planting theories and models. Focus will be given to principles for establishing a reproducing church. Students will explore competencies for church planting in various settings. MI 233LA Language Acquisition Equips students to use learner-directed techniques to acquire language with the assistance of a host culture language helper. MI 233RS Regional Studies in Missions Will expose students to the geography, culture, traditional religions, mission history and current missionary efforts in a particular country, region or people group.

4 MI 233ST Short-Term Mission Leadership Prepares students to plan and implement short-term missions experiences with special attention to team dynamics, spiritual and intercultural team preparation and ethical issues related to funding and intercultural contact. MI 233UM Urban Ministry Presents a historical and theological framework for the development of the philosophy and practice of urban ministry. Urban social issues are examined from a biblical basis and informed by the study of the church's historical involvement in the city. MI 242 Discipling Ministries (3 credits) - Fall, Spring ) A study of Jesus' methods will be the basis for an exploration of the people-development practices in contemporary ministry. Students will consider biblical principles and processes, as well as the critical role of vision in disciple-making. Current discipleship approaches are analyzed, with specific attention given to the potential role of small groups in the discipling process. Practical training based upon biblical reflection is a major feature of this course. MI 251 Relationships in Ministry This course considers the minister's relationships with Christ, self and others, with a focus on spiritual vitality and biblical faithfulness. Issues and topics will include the personal practice of spiritual disciplines; effective time management, stress management and coping skills; group dynamics and conflict resolution; and informal counseling skills. MI 264 Theology of Worship (3 credits) - Fall Even Years ) Students in this course explore some of the main theological themes, topics and questions that emerge from the practice of Christian Worship. These include: the character of God, the nature of humanity, the role of Scripture and the enduring value of Christian tradition. A particular goal is for students to learn how the contemporary practice of Christian worship grows organically out of biblical and historical models. This knowledge will equip them to plan and lead worship that is attuned to both past and present, worship that stands in some degree of continuity with the church's historic commitments, even as it seeks to formulate new expressions of praise and thanksgiving. MI 285 Understanding the Christian Faith (3 credits) - Fall, Spring ) Contemporary beliefs and practices of the Christian faith will be examined in light of foundational biblical concepts and themes. Students will reflect upon the role of Scripture and biblical concepts that have historically defined the Christian faith, the differences in Christian heritage so as to value both the fundamental unity of Christianity as well as the diversity within Christianity and their personal experiences and assumptions about the faith in order to understand better what they believe about Christianity. Does not count in MI major or minor.

5 MI 285CSL The Life and Thought of C.S. Lewis A systematically developed understanding of the Christian faith through the study and analysis of and interaction with the life and work of C.S. Lewis ( ). The emphasis will be on Lewis' apologetics, his efforts to identify and explain the essence of "mere Christianity" and the relevance of this enterprise for Christians in the twenty-first century. May be taken as an alternative to Understanding the Christian Faith in the Core, or as elective after MI 285. Does not count in the MI major or minor. MI 295 Practicum in Ministry and Missions (1 to 3 credits) - Fall, Spring ) Practicum in some aspect of ministry and missions designed to give student practical, directed experience. Prerequisite: Consent MI 304 Multi-Media, Technology and Worship (2 credits) - Spring Odd Years ) This course has two main objectives: first, to provide basic, hands-on training in several areas - principally sound reinforcement, lighting and visual presentation - where technology can be used to enhance the dynamics of corporate worship; and second, to ground such use within a framework of critical and theological reflection on the complex roles technology plays in contemporary society. Students will be expected to produce several projects for this course, and in so doing, to develop a responsible approach to the use of media and technology in worship. MI 314 Worship Leadership for the Contemporary Church (4 credits) - Spring Even Years ) This course aims to immerse students in the practical leadership issues of worship ministry. In terms of music, students will learn how to run effective rehearsals, equip volunteer musicians, and continue to develop their musical gifts and abilities. Other issues addressed in this course are more pastoral in nature: how to direct the flow of a service, lead in public prayer and work collaboratively with colleagues in ministry. Students will gain confidence in these areas through repeated practice and careful, critical reflection upon the calling and the task of worship leadership. MI 321 Intercultural Communication This course explores issues related to the intercultural communication process and considers the important role of context (social, cultural and historical) in intercultural interactions. This course examines the complex relationship between cultures and communication from various perspectives. Special emphasis will be given to managing cross-cultural conflict, cross-cultural teaching and cross-cultural ministry applications. Identical with CO 322. MI 331 Leadership and Structures for Christian Ministry (3 credits) - Fall ) An examination of the impact of organizational culture upon the educational mission of the church or Christian organization. The student will consider views of leadership and the church based on the servant and body models of the New Testament, as well as engage in analysis of various contemporary leadership theories. Also featured will be the development of diagnosis and strategy skills critical to effective leadership. MI 344 Resources for Worship

6 (2 credits) - Fall Odd Years ) The goal of this course is for students to become confident and discerning in their ability to plan effective, imaginative and faithful worship. Resources from various Christian traditions will be critically and charitably examined; special attention will be given to worship trends. Film, internet and other media sources will be considered and compared as viable resources for the work of worship planning. MI 351 Outdoor Adventure Leadership (2 credits) - January Even Years ) This course will prepare students for ministry in the outdoor context and beyond. Students will apply principles of spiritual formation and leadership to an outdoor ministry context as they will learn outdoor skills and principles of program design. Identical with MIJ 351. MI 365 History and Theology of Missions (3 credits) - Fall ) This course considers theological, historical and strategic factors that impact missionary thought and practice. Students will explore the missionary nature of God, historical missionary efforts, key missiological movements and strategies and current progress in world evangelization. MI 373 Theological and Ethical Issues in Christian Ministry (2 credits) - Spring ) This course features a case-study approach in order to examine practical ministry issues that have theological and ethical implications. Decision making in the church, social responses in the name of the gospel, ministry among the poor, choices regarding fellowship, mission and dialogue will be among the topics. Prerequisites: BR 271 and BR 414 or 415 MI 376 Youth Ministry With particular consideration given to the developmental needs of youth, this course is a comprehensive study of purposes, principles and programs effective in the ministry to young people. Students will articulate a biblical philosophy of ministry with adolescents. MI 377 Contemporary American Youth Culture (2 credits) - Spring ) A study of the social and cultural forces shaping the experience of adolescence in contemporary America. Students will learn to evaluate individual elements of youth culture, analyze the cultural systems that shape young people and develop effective strategies for cultural engagement. Prerequisite: MI 221 MI 381 Children's Ministry (3 credits) - Spring Even Years ) This course is a study of the purposes, principles and programs essential for effective and comprehensive family ministry. Emphasis will be given to children's evangelism, marriage and family needs, intergenerational ministry models and lifelong Christian education. Prerequisite: MI 221 MI 395 Practicum in Ministry and Missions (1 to 3 credits) - Fall, Spring ) Practicum in some aspect of ministry and missions designed to give student practical, directed experience.

7 Prerequisite: Consent MI 401 Intercultural Learning and Adjustment Students in this course consider learning competencies related to cross-cultural ministry. Specific attention will be given to pre-field orientation, language acquisition, ethnographic research and community needs assessment, transition theory, multi-cultural team leadership and preparation for re-entry to the home culture. Students will develop a comprehensive learning plan for effective ministry within a specific cultural context. MI 411 Curriculum Development A course in which the student will be guided in curriculum design. Philosophies, values, goals and objectives of curriculum will be studied to enable the student to structure curricula for persons in various age groups involved in the process of Christian education. Emphasis will be placed on understanding curriculum as the planning which is done to help persons progress in their spiritual walk. Prerequisite: MI 401 or 421 MI 421 Teaching for Character Transformation (3 credits) - Fall, Spring ) Exploration will be made of the kind of teaching theory and methods necessary to facilitate learning which is viewed as cognitive, affective and behavioral change unto Christlikeness. A practice-oriented course, students will hone speaking and teaching skills. MI 471 Issues in Ministry MI 471CM Issues in Children's Ministry MI 471MI Issues in Missions MI 471RS Issues in Recreation and Sports Ministry MI 471WL Issues in Worship Leadership

8 MI 471YM Issues in Youth Ministry MI 481 Senior Project (3 credits) - Fall, Spring ) A culminating experience for students in the bachelor of science degree in ministry and missions, which seeks practical and thorough integration of material covered in previous courses with current literature and career goals. This course will feature a considerable amount of writing, focused especially on the implementation of specific ministry projects and on the role of change in ministry. Students will also submit an assessment portfolio demonstrating their achievement of the departmental objectives. Prerequisite: Seniors with no more than one additional semester left in their degree plans MI 490 Independent Study (1 to 4 credits) - Fall, Spring ) The study of a problem, a research paper or a project related to the major. Prerequisite: Consent MI 495 Internship (2 to 4 credits) - Fall, Spring ) A course designed to deal with the many functions of ministry and missions. The internship is designed as a practice-oriented, culminating experience in the student's career preparation. May be elected by all majors and minors in the department. Prerequisite: Consent MI 496 Field Ministry Immersion (12 credits) - Summer and Fall ) An intensive ministry experience spanning a seven month period at a pre-approved location under the supervision of an approved ministry mentor in cooperation with ministry and missions faculty. This immersion, The PRIME Experience, must be completed in the concentration of choice. Prerequisites: Senior standing and approved PRIME application

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