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Basic Leadership Seminar ( CHR 145 )

This is an in-service program designed to assist in developing school leaders and staff in BCC. The students meet several times each week for discussion and instruction on topics such as Biblical leadership, Character, How to teach, DNA of YWAM & the school, How to lead a school etc Each student will be working with the BCC Each student will be active in leading the week Each student will be doing assignments connected to the teaching they will receive Each student will read Servant Leadership and give a report

Bible Core Course ( CHR 211 )

1. This course gives students a good understanding of the Inductive approach of Bible study - equipping them with tools for life 2. The students read through the whole Bible aloud 3. Many different styles of teaching and learning are used and experienced 4. Every type of Biblical Genre is studied 5. books from both the Old and New Testament are studied inductively 6. Both a NT and an OT Timeline are completed 7. Study for life change is what we do, and transformation is a key element of the course 8. This course provides a means for learning how to incorporate the Scriptures into areas of evangelism, worship and intercession and life 9. The students are given opportunities to gain experience in facilitating a Small Group Bible study, and enhance their skills in Teaching and Preaching the Word 10. The students learn how to memorize and meditate on the Word 11. They study Hebrew poetry through Psalms and Proverbs 13. They study Wisdom literature through Proverbs 14. They learn mapping and geography of the time periods 15. They're taught to think, learn and study 16. Critical thinking is imperative

Biblical Principles for Leadership ( CHR 248 )

The course enables the student to research and learn aspects of leadership, through the principles and people of the bible. In the bible, we find real people, with real problems, who made mistakes and made the right decisions. In this school, the student will be challenged to take the principles studied in the Bible, to practice in leadership in their bases and ministries.

Discipleship Training School (DTS) ( DSP 211 )

This school is an intensive Christian discipleship course beginning with an 11 or 12-week lecture/teaching phase followed by an 8-12 week practical field assignment. It is a prerequisite for all other courses in the University of the Nations, and also serves to orient and prepare all new Youth With A Mission (YWAM) staff. The DTS is designed to encourage students in personal character development, cultivating their relationship with God and identifying their unique gifts and callings. Cross-cultural exposure and global awareness are special emphases throughout the course, preparing the students to evangelize and disciple current and future generations, answering the call to ""Go into all the world and teach (make disciples of) all nations."" (Matthew 28:19). The curriculum is in the following six major categories: God's nature and character; God's intention for individuals, peoples and nations; seeing all of life from God's perspective; redemption, sin, and the Cross; God's family - the Church; God's world - His call and commission; the ministries of YWAM.Focused DTS's: In some locations the DTS is offered with a particular focus, such as the Crossroads DTS, Operation Year DTS, University DTS, Sports DTS, Arts DTS, etc.Credit will be given for this course with satisfactory completion of DSP 212. We had the compromisse to empower the students to live the history of God in all the way.

English Language Seminar ( APL 143 )

The English seminar is designed to train missionaries in the English language, giving them the tools to develop their calling more effectively.

Family Ministry School ( FAM 223 )

Course 12 week in the lecture phase and 12 week outreach , with lecture in the mornings and afternoons, The empheses throughout the course is how to build strong family and how to disciple nations throug The family.

Humanities & Science: A Christian Perspective ( HMT/SCI 211 )

This core course of the U of N aims to present, examine, and celebrate God's truth and work in every area of life, in alignment with Philippians 4:8, an exhortation to meditate on 'whatever is true, honorable, just, sacred, lovely and of good report.' It encompasses the humanities and science and technology, looking at the achievements and failures of individuals, societies, and nations, past and present. The course allots eight weeks of study to humanities, and four weeks to science, though the goal is an integrated approach. Topics include: the history of civilization from ancient times to the present, the meaning of worldview, language and culture, history of science, the practice of science, stewardship principles, appreciating literature and art, world politics and justice issues. This course meets the U of N Core Curriculum requirement for Applied Christian Thinking.

Leadership Development Seminar ( CHR 141 )

This seminar is designed for people who want to - understand what Biblical leadership really is & learn to lead themselves first - become more like Jesus including His habits, self discipline, being an influencer, having the right attitude - become trainers and developers themselves - learn to think strategically & critically - learn how learners learn and become better teachers - become disciples and learn how to disciples nations - grow in their understanding & experience of YWAM values - leaning about the dynamics of team - How to become a growth oriented person - Finishing strong and leaving a legacy

Missionary Care Seminar ( CNH 121 )

In addition to giving practical guidelines for encouraging spiritual growth and providing pastoral care for missionaries, this seminar covers a variety of topics relating to missionary life and issues of member care such as: support raising, families in missions, grief, stress management, staff development, singles in missions, team work, and cross-cultural issues.

School of Circus Art ( ATS 235 )

X Students will be introduced to circus art from a biblical perspective. Among the topics covered are: history of the circus and its role in society, the artist's heart, called and legacy, and biblical worldview of art.   In the same way, they will gain experience in creation and presentation of spectacle, juggling techniques, acrobatics and aerial (aerial silk, aerial hoop and trapeze); in the same way they will learn the assembly, disassembly and locomotion of the circus.

School of Communication Foundations ( CMC 211 )

This program lays essential foundations in biblical communication, while advancing the individual's skill and confidence in speaking, writing and listening. It aims to sharpen the student's ability to communicate clearly through cross-cultural and interpersonal dynamics, and equips students with principles of preparing and delivering a message to a variety of audiences. Through provoking instruction and discussion, practical assignments, and video evaluation, students discover their place and potential as effective influencers in the public forum. This course meets the U of N Core Curriculum requirement for Communication.

School of Digital Filmmaking ( CMC 385 )

The School of Digital Filmmaking (SDF) provides intensive training in topics such as directing, producing, screen writing, camera operation, lighting, sound, editing, working with actors, and other technical aspects of filmmaking, as well as a comprehensive view of the film industry. Through practical assignments, students receive a broad view of the world of television, film and professional video production. Industry professionals teach and supervise students on hands-on exercises. Students will write and produce their films with professional equipment provided by the program. The school emphasizes excellence, relevance and effectiveness in communication. It also explores integrity issues and the challenges this media presents. The school gives special consideration to character development in an industry where the challenge is to know how to deal with success and rejection without compromising your morals.

School of Missions ( CHR 235 )

An overview of missions with some specific skill training is introduced during the initial three-month course and then developed further during the field assignment. Topics include: biblical and historical foundations for missions; the nature of the Church; intercultural communication (principles of and skills for learning another language and culture); missions strategy (evangelism and church planting, church growth, intercession and spiritual warfare, healing, signs and wonders, relief and development); personal and team relationships (the worker's relationship with God, interpersonal relationships, leadership and authority, team building and team dynamics, developing and relating with a prayer/financial support team).

Depending on where the School of Missions is offered, there may be a particular emphasis on a geographical region, demographic category (e.g., urban, rural poor, etc.) and/or cultural/religious grouping (Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Tribals, etc.). Some emphases are:

Frontiers: focuses on unreached people groups among Muslims, Hindus, Tribals and Buddhists. The purpose is to train workers for living and ministering among unreached people groups with church planting as a key strategy in discipling new converts;

Strategic: focuses on deploying pioneering teams as the basic vehicle for addressing strategic areas of need throughout the world. Strategic missions embraces both short-term and long-term strategies to accomplish all aspects of ministry, including the planting of both local churches and missions structures.

Urban: focuses on urban areas. Students study demographic and structural views of cities, cross-cultural strategies for cities, and types of evangelism which are effective in cities.

Asian: focuses on Asian studies, learning research skills, with application to developing effective mission strategy for a particular nation or people group.

Muslim: focuses on providing students with the knowledge and skills to minister effectively long-term in a Muslim nation. Students should be able to provide an effective, contextual witness to Muslims, having the skills to be a part of a team starting a new long-term ministry in a Muslim nation.

Note: College of Christian Ministries degree students will not be awarded credit for this course until both the lecture and field assignment are satisfactorily completed.

School of Worship ( CHR 261 )

The School of Worship imparts foundational values and principles to those intending to serve in worship among the nations. Topics include character and lifestyle as a worshiper, understanding the work of the Holy Spirit in worship, applying worship principles within a cross-cultural context, the biblical and historical aspects of worship, leadership and teamwork, the dynamics of worship and intercession, prophetic ministry, spiritual warfare, creativity and musicianship, and worship in missions and evangelism.

Seminar in Fashion Design ( ATS 125 )

An approach on how we can provide a biblical worldview and influence fashion in contemporary society.

Word by Heart - Gospels ( CHR 217 )

In this course students will discuss, debate and meditate on weekly scriptures from the gospel, in order to find deeper meaning and understanding of the Bible. Through the depth of this experience they will be able to retell the stories from the Gospel, word for word in their native language as if an actual eyewitness to the event. In doing so they will also be transformed to be more like Jesus. They will learn storytelling skills and practice natural memory techniques which is not the same as rote memorizing. They will learn how to create imaginary memories and see for themself what the eyewitnesses saw and say what they meant- developing honest, technique-free communication that compels audience attention and understanding of the scriptures.