Course Information

 

for Field Education Department


Soteriology & Ecclesiology: Messianic Perspectives (BBL232)

Credits:1

This course examines what Scriptures teaches about salvation and reconciliation to God through Yeshua the Messiah. We will examine the overall purpose of God for humanity, Israel and Israel's inter-generational partnerships with the global community of God's people. Yeshua Himself, God's agent of Messianic redemption, will be highlighted from the Tanakh (Old Testament) and the Brit Chadasha (New Testament). We will explore the nature of the New Covenant with Israel and the nations in light of apostolic teaching and the ministry and gifts of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) in accordance with the divine objectives of God's commitment to His own full disclosure.

Field Education I (FE101P)

Credits:1

This course emphasizes a practical educational component. Students are expected to be involved with several local churches or agencies for a minimum of 100 hours with the expectation of observing a variety of ministry practices. Along with these expereinces, students will be coached and mentored in developing their spiritual and professional life. Self reflection and self evaluation will be the main tools for assessment.

Field Education II (FE201P)

Credits:1

This course emphasizes a practical educational component. Students are expected to be involved with a local church or agency for a minimum of 200 hours with the expectation of participating in a ministry setting. Along with this experience, stuents will be coached and mentored in developing their spiritual and professional life. Self reflection and self evaluation will be the main tools for assessment. Prerequisite: FE101 Field Education I

Field Education III (FE301P)

Credits:1

This course emphasizes a practical educational component. Students are expected to be involved with a local church or agency for a minimum of 300 hours with the expectation of developing leadership skill in a ministry setting. Along with this experience, students will be coached and mentored in developing their spiritual and professional life. Self reflection and self evaluation will be the main tools for assessment. Prerequisite: FE201 Field Education II