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DS8193B - An Introduction to Spiritual Formation

http://evaburrowscollege.edu.au/courses/finder/units/ds8193b/

The unit provides an introduction to the concept of spiritual formation in the evangelical church. It draws on Bebbington's characterisation of evangelicalism as marked by conversion, activism, Biblicism and crucicentrism and reinterprets these in the light of current understandings of spiritual formation. It invites students to reflect on their own personal history of formation and to experience selected classical spiritual practices as a way of engaging in both personal and vocational formation. It explores Biblical foundations for spiritual maturity, as well as aspects psychosocial and emotional health in Christian leaders.

BN2702B - The Gospels and Mission

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The Gospels both provide foundations for mission and are themselves a result of the early church's mission. This unit will examine the mission understanding of the four Gospel writers. It will explore how this formed and reflected the mission of the first century Church, and it will outline the challenges that confronted both the apostles and the church. Careful exegesis of significant passages will be a key component in exploring mission theology and the practice of the early church.

BN3398B - Picturing and Proclaiming the New Testament

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Building on skills in historical-critical and narrative criticism, this unit will introduce recent developments in biblical exegesis and hermeneutics which apply visual and oral material from the ancient world to the interpretation of New Testament texts. The associated methods will be applied to particular texts providing opportunities to consider various aspects of the New Testament in its cultural milieu. Consideration will be given to the way in which an understanding of the social context and communal practices of the ancient world assists in examination of early Christian communities. The support and challenges that these methods present to mainstream methods of text-focused exegesis will be explored in light of their assumptions and limitations. Implications of this hermeneutic for proclamation of the Gospel in the contemporary world will also be considered.

BN3798B - Picturing and Proclaiming the New Testament

http://evaburrowscollege.edu.au/courses/finder/units/bn3798b/

Building on skills in historical-critical and narrative criticism, this unit will introduce recent developments in biblical exegesis and hermeneutics which apply visual and oral material from the ancient world to the interpretation of New Testament texts. The associated methods will be applied to particular texts providing opportunities to consider various aspects of the New Testament in its cultural milieu. Consideration will be given to the way in which an understanding of the social context and communal practices of the ancient world assists in examination of early Christian communities. The support and challenges that these methods present to mainstream methods of text-focused exegesis will be explored in light of their assumptions and limitations. Implications of this hermeneutic for proclamation of the Gospel in the contemporary world will also be considered.

DP1704B - Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry

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This unit provides an introductory framework for pastoral theology and ministry. Biblical and theological foundations for pastoral ministry and pastoral care are explored. People helping skills and practice are reviewed through the lens of pastoral ministry. Students will be helped to develop their understanding of self and others through structured experiences and reflection.

DP8195B - Leadership: Task and Challenge

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This unit introduces the student to the concept and practice of leadership from a Christian perspective. The topic will be explored utilising De Pree's definition of Leadership as (a) Defining reality, (b) Servanthood, (c) Gratitude. Further theoretical breadth will be explored as attention is given to the five practices of leadership emanating from the research of Kouzes and Posner. Evaluation of team dynamics and conflict resolution will be included in consideration of leadership tasks.

DS8793B - An Introduction to Spiritual Formation

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The unit provides an introduction to the concept and practice of spiritual formation through the lens of evangelicalism. It draws on Biblical sources and the wider Christian tradition to explore foundations for spiritual maturity, as well as examining aspects of psychosocial and emotional health in Christian ministry. The unit presents a framework that is holistic and relational and identifies intentional practices as necessary for spiritual formation. It invites students to reflect on their own personal history of formation and to experience selected classical spiritual disciplines as a way of engaging in both personal and vocational formation.

SITHCCC003 - Prepare and present sandwiches

SITHCCC003 - Prepare and present sandwiches



SITHCCC102 - Prepare simple dishes

SITHCCC102 - Prepare simple dishes



SITHFAB005 - Prepare and serve espresso coffee

SITHFAB005 - Prepare and serve espresso coffee



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