06 Apr Introduction to Ministry

Introduction to Ministry

National Association of Schools & Colleges of The United Methodist Church, Southwestern College
Completion Time: 6 Weeks
Tuition: $930
Instructor(s): Varies
Contact Info: Lisa Buffum

Class Description

SMIN 501 Introduction to Ministry - This course will explore several themes that are foundational to ministry including the notions of call, conversion, prayer, and leadership in the church. Students should be prepared to engage the practical dimensions of spiritual formation and to apply them to a variety of social scenarios. Credit 3 hours.

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