Module information




Introduction to Assemblies of God Missions (2 ECTS)


This is an introductory course in the science of missions. It is a survey of the theology, history, and methods of Christian missions in general and within the Assemblies of God. There is a special emphasis on recent developments, crucial issues, current trends, and missions as they are carried out through national and local churches. As a supplement to the printed text, a CD titled “The Missions Awareness Team: Checklist for Building Missions in the Local Church” has been included to demonstrate how to effectively promote missions in the local church. The CD was authored by missionary Paul Brannan and produced by U.S. Relations, Assemblies of God World Missions, General Council of the Assemblies of God, Springfield, Missouri.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 1. Understand what the Bible teaches about missions. 2. Trace the theme of God’s mission throughout the Old and New Testaments. 3. Appreciate the role of missions in church history and in the Assemblies of God, both in the USA and in other countries. 4. Explain various methods used in the task of missions. 5. Apply principles of partnership to missions on the local, national, and international levels. 6. Understand the key role of the local church in missions. 7. Identify and examine current trends in modern missions. 8. Appreciate the role of missions in the social and political environment.

Mode of Study

Lecture Video Student interaction Hands on


50 objective multiple choice questions Online or pencil and paper Passmark 70%




MQF Level 5 Qualification

60 ECTS Credits

Ministerial Studies Program

Certified Minister Level 1

20 ECTS Credits

90-100% A 4 Superior  80-89% B 3 Good 70-79% C 2 Satisfactory 0-69 F 0 Fail Berean school of the Bible (Christian  Ministry) grading Rubric