Intensive Courses for Fall 2016
This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of how to manage personal finances from a Biblical perspective. Major topics include: implementing a financial plan, budgeting for consumption and savings, stewardship issues, and debt planning.
This course allows students to understand the diverse cultures of the world through participant observation of the culture’s life cycle and subsystems. With a goal of being able to learn another language and culture in order to translate the Bible, share the gospel in local languages, and plant churches with indigenous leaders, the student will learn tools of analysis for cultures developed from anthropology.
This course will enable the leader to examine how to organize, lead and administer a purpose-driven Family Ministry/Services organization that is knowledgeable and prepared for current family trends and legal issues.