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Nazarene Bible College

07/28/2016http://www.nbc.edu/schedule/campus-courses.php

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PAS2013 - The Practice of Christian Ministry

Course Description

A course giving special attention to the personal and professional character of the minister and the practice of ministry. Prerequisite: Introduction to Christian Service.

Course Objectives

The following learning objectives will be achieved by this course:

  1. Gain understanding and perspective about the role of Christian ministry.
  2. The ability to develop a philosophy of ministry that will enable an individual to gauge his/her effectiveness in ministry.
  3. Gain understanding and confidence in conducting Christian rituals.
  4. To help build basic skills for ministry in the 21st Century.
  5. To encourage the student minister to strengthen his/her personal relationship with Christ, especially in the areas of personal spiritual disciplines.
  6. To reinforce the importance of your personal God-given call to ministry.

The following are Competencies for Ministry as outlined in the Sourcebook on Ordination USA that will be addressed in this course:

  1. CN14 Ability to identify the directives of the Manual of the Church of the Nazarene that pertain to the organization and ministry of the local, district, and general church.
  2. CP2 Ability to oversee ministry using management skills including servant leadership, conflict resolution, administration, and team building.
  3. CH1 Ability to apply theological and philosophical ethics to nurture faithful living in the Christian community
  4. CH3 Ability to practice a moral pastoral leadership, informed by philosophical and theological ethics.
  5. CH6 Ability to articulate his or her call from God to ministry as affirmed by the Church.
  6. CH7 Ability to demonstrate a realistic self-understanding including personal strengths, gifts, weaknesses, and areas of needed growth.
  7. CH8 Ability to practice holistic stewardship (mutual submission in gender relationships, sexual purity, marriage and family, personal finance, professional conduct, practicing Sabbath, etc.).

Course Prerequisites

Introduction to Christian Service.

Campus Courses