Starting New Churches is a practical course of study that stresses the importance of establishing new churches as a means of evangelizing the world. It gives guidelines so that any local church can be involved in the task of planting churches, thereby becoming a multiplying church.The course is designed to help a person in three ways: 1) It will help one understand the purpose and function of the church as described in the New Testament; 2) It will give one an understanding of the meaning and importance of the concepts of self-government, self-propagation, and self-support; 3) It will help one see the methods by which the church can be planted and multiplied under all conditions and in all cultures.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:1.Understand that planting churches is both the goal and the means of evangelism.2.Understand and value the local church’s role in the outreach ministry of the church universal.3.Explain the meaning of the multiplying church concept.4.Describe good church planting strategies among specific groups of people.5.Formulate and evaluate your plan for planting a church.
Mode of Study
•Lecture•Video•Student interaction•Hands on
•50 objective multiple choice questions•Online or pencil and paper•Passmark 70%
CHRISTIAN SERVICE IN THE
MQF Level 3 Qualification
30 ECTS Credits
Mission and Evangelism (Division)
6 ECTS Credits
•Starting New Churches•Sharing the Good News•The Christian Church in Ministry