Module information

Code

MIN1102/3

Name

Great Commission Strategies (Credit: 2 or 3 hours)

Average equivalent

ECTS  4 or 5

Description

This course establishes a biblical theology of the Great Commission. It presents an in-depth study of evangelism and discipleship principles that are universal in their application. Important elements of Great Commission Strategies include the nature of the gospel message, the biblical definition of discipleship, and the methodology of Jesus. Challenges facing the church in multiple ministry contexts are also explored. Finally, the course integrates evangelism and discipleship, presenting them as two sides of a single task.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 1. Accurately define and express the objective and substance of the gospel message. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of New Testament models of evangelism and discipleship. 3. Articulate a biblically sound theology of evangelism and discipleship. 4. Effectively enter into an evangelistic conversation with a nonbeliever. 5. Form essential evangelistic values for one’s unique ministry context. 6. Comprehend the essentials of implementing an evangelism and discipleship ministry within the context of the local church. 7. Appreciate Christ’s plan of reproduction. 8. Use the team concept in making disciples.

Mode of Study

Lecture Video (in progress) Student interaction Professor of Record Interaction Hands on

Assessment

100  objective multiple choice questions Online or pencil and paper Project Collateral Reading Assignment  (for 3 (USA) credit courses Student Learning Requirement Passmark 70%

Grading Rubric

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL OF

BIBLE AND THEOLOGY 

Bachelors of Bible and Theology

MQF Level 6 Qualification

230 ECTS Credits

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97-100 A+ 93-96 A
Superior
90-92 A-
Excellent
87-89 B+ 83-86 B
Good
80-82 B- 77-76 C+ 73-76 C
Satisfactory
70-72 C- 67-69 D+ 63-66 D 60-62 C
Poor
0-59 F
Fail
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