Missional Living: A History of Missions and How it Impacts Missional Living Today June 2019
Do you want to know more about engaging and leading people in missional living?
In Missional Living taught by Dr. Melody Maxwell and Dr. Andrea Mullins, you will go on a missions journey through time and discover how to be intentionally involved in impacting today’s world for Christ:
- Learn about the first missionaries and the meaning of missional living today.
- Explore the early centuries and the early modern era.
- Discover the great century of missions.
- Understand how missional living today differs from the past.
The course textbook, Intentional Living, by Andrea Mullins, is provided as a PDF file within the course.
This course can be taken as a stand-alone, or as part of our Leadership Certificate Program, an affordable online program of nine courses created for Christian women who want to develop their leadership skills.
The Leadership Certificate Program focuses on three areas of study in three semesters of course work. Participants will take three four-week classes each semester, one from each area.
Watch the video to learn more. /files/432797/Missional_Living_Promo.mp4
Here is the course outline:
Introduction and Materials
This module provides a course overview and course textbook.
Week One: Paul and the First Missionaries
Learn about the first missionaries and the meaning of missional living today.
Week Two: Early Centuries and Early Modern Era
Learn about the early centuries and the early modern era.
Week Three: The Great Century of Missions
Discover the great century of missions.
Week Four: The Global Century of Missions
How does missional living in the 21st century differ from the past?
Complete this module and receive your course certificate.
The following certificates are awarded when the course is completed:
|Missional Living Printable Certificate|