• Candidates will gain a working understanding of the Biblical and Historical perspective of Christian Community and Christian Worship; including the role of Baptism, Communion and the Scripture.
• Candidates will gain insight and skill in facilitating the ministry of Holy Spirit in the transformation of others through the practice of Christian community and worship.
• Candidates will gain further insight of the nature of the discipleship process by considering the implications of the theology or theories covered in past modules. In that context candidates will explore what is involved in the process of a disciple putting off the old self and putting on the new with the aim of facilitating that process in others.
• Candidates will develop a personal model for disciple making which facilitates the roles of the disciple, God and other people in that process.
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