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Discipleship Training School (DTS) ( DSP 211 )

The school is an intense Christian discipleship course aimed to improve spiritual disciplines and Christian character. It is a program composed of a 12 week lecture phase consisting of classes with weekly themes that point to a relationship with God, comprehension and understanding of the Christian's responsibility in the Great Commission,and offering your gifts and talents for the advancement of the Kingdom of God. Followed by an outreach phase, the school aims to immerse the student in a cross-cultural experience to apply all the content absorbed; opportunities to serve, teach, mobilize, and evangelize.

Discipleship Training School (DTS) ( DSP 211 )

The school is an intense Christian discipleship course aimed to improve spiritual disciplines and Christian character. It is a program composed of a 12 week lecture phase consisting of classes with weekly themes that point to a relationship with God, comprehension and understanding of the Christian's responsibility in the Great Commission,and offering your gifts and talents for the advancement of the Kingdom of God. Followed by an outreach phase, the school aims to immerse the student in a cross-cultural experience to apply all the content absorbed; opportunities to serve, teach, mobilize, and evangelize.

Principles in Child and Youth Ministries ( EDN 221 )

A course designed to provide students with biblical models for human growth and development, preparing them to work with children and youth. A major emphasis of the course is on character development, and a practical understanding of the Christian faith applied to all areas of life. It equips students to motivate children and teens in worship and service to others, how to teach other children and teenagers, and how to partner with local churches to facilitate year-round programmes for children and youth.

Course Number Credits Languages Start Date End Date
Principles in Child and Youth Ministries EDN 221 12 Portuguese, English 04 Aug 2024 26 Oct 2024

Principles in Child and Youth Ministries ( EDN 221 )

A course designed to provide students with biblical models for human growth and development, preparing them to work with children and youth. A major emphasis of the course is on character development, and a practical understanding of the Christian faith applied to all areas of life. It equips students to motivate children and teens in worship and service to others, how to teach other children and teenagers, and how to partner with local churches to facilitate year-round programmes for children and youth.

Course Number Credits Languages Start Date End Date
Principles in Child and Youth Ministries EDN 221 12 Portuguese, English 04 Aug 2024 26 Oct 2024

School of the Living Word ( CHR 216 )

This course was developed as a mentoring process that would establish and strengthen an approach to the scriptures that lets them live (Heb. 4:12). That is, we come to the Bible text to hear from Him, the Living Word. We emphasize personal application rather than pursuing, for example, metaphysics, systematic theology, or philosophical speculation. A leading elder does most of the teaching, drawing on the time-honored tradition of being mentored by an established teacher and leader. An epistemology that specifically believes in and practices daily the importance of being taught by divine relational revelation is adhered to and practiced. The primary methods are written questions about the passage we are considering, daily written answers by each student, meditation, worship, personal prayer, and a Socratic classroom climate where the leader guides by asking questions to stimulate deeper understanding, universal participation by the students, and active response to what God is saying.

School of the Living Word ( CHR 216 )

This course was developed as a mentoring process that would establish and strengthen an approach to the scriptures that lets them live (Heb. 4:12). That is, we come to the Bible text to hear from Him, the Living Word. We emphasize personal application rather than pursuing, for example, metaphysics, systematic theology, or philosophical speculation. A leading elder does most of the teaching, drawing on the time-honored tradition of being mentored by an established teacher and leader. An epistemology that specifically believes in and practices daily the importance of being taught by divine relational revelation is adhered to and practiced. The primary methods are written questions about the passage we are considering, daily written answers by each student, meditation, worship, personal prayer, and a Socratic classroom climate where the leader guides by asking questions to stimulate deeper understanding, universal participation by the students, and active response to what God is saying.