Mission & Evangelism
James D. Newcomer & Michael D. Carlyle
June 4–15, 2018 (M–F 9am–12:30pm)
Mission and Evangelism is a class that will propel you as a seminary student to take all the resources and tools you are amassing and focus them on one purpose for the rest of your life—making disciples from your neighborhoods to the nations (Matthew 28:18-20).
As a result of taking this course, the student will be able to recognize and recommend key literature pertinent to personal evangelism and global mission, perform an evaluation of their personal evangelism strengths and weaknesses, identify and communicate the key truths of the gospel in evangelistic conversations, develop a biblical theology of missions that explains the biblical mandate and foundation for the church’s cross-cultural ministry, and interact with prominent models and methods of modern cross-cultural ministry.
- 70% – Writing Assignments (four double-spaced
papers) 8 page
- 30% – Reading (Approx. 1200 pages)