People, Tasks, and Goals: Studies in Christian Leadership is a course that presents the biblical foundations of leadership. It introduces students to the theory and practice of leadership and guides them in the application of both biblical and theoretical principles. The material is appropriate for both beginning and experienced lay-leaders and ministers, as well as for those who wish to train others in Christian leadership. The main emphasis is upon development of gifts and capacities and interpersonal relationships among leaders and followers.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:1.Explain the biblical concept of leadership, and give examples.2.Explain the people, tasks, and goals model of Christian leadership.3.Recognize and evaluate leadership gifts and capacities in yourself and others.4.Demonstrate specific leadership skills, competencies, and attitudes, and help develop these in others.5.Accept and appreciate your roles and responsibilities in relation to other leaders and followers in the attainment of Christian goals.
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
Practical Ministry Skills (Division)
6 ECTS Credits
•Preaching and Teaching•People, Tasks, and Goals•Helping Christians Grow•Solving Life's Problems