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Blended Learning

What is blended learning?

Blended learning requires the student to participate in a combination of three consecutive days of classroom teaching and 21 hours of online study over a period of seven weeks. This mode of study gives students another option in helping them to find the right fit for their learning and lifestyle.

2020 Blended Learning 

Worship and Preaching: Essentials

11-13 February 2020 (classroom)
9.00am - 3.00pm
Campus : 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood, Vic.

This unit is designed to broaden and further develop the students’ theology and practice of public ministry in a local church setting. A variety of creative approaches to biblical communication and worship leadership will be considered. Special focus will be given to issues relating to emerging trends in post-modern settings as well as ministry for particular focus groups and specific occasions in the life of the church.

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

 

Salvation Today

24-26 March 2020 (classroom)
9.00am - 3.00pm
Campus : 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood, Vic.

This unit will explore contemporary concepts of salvation with a particular focus on the relationship between theology and mission.  It will include an examination of key biblical and theological sources which have contributed to the development of several modern soteriologies and offer constructive responses.  The unit will explore the significance of these concepts of salvation in relation to a range of issues including: ecology, social service, justice, evangelism and interfaith dialogue.

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

 

Youth Ministry: Mission to Youth in a 21st Century Australian Context

22-24 June 2020 (classroom)
9.00am - 3.00pm
Campus : 32a Barnsbury Grove, Bexley North, NSW.

This unit introduces students to theologies and practices of youth ministry. Students will explore the cross-cultural nature of ministering to youth in Australian culture, and reflect theologically on the task. They will explore and evaluate various ideas, strategies and frameworks for evangelism, discipleship and mission with and to young people. This unit explores ministry to young people in church settings, as well as introducing basic principles to connect with young people in non-church based settings.

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

 

Mission Foundations

12-14 August 2020 (classroom)
9.00am - 3.00pm
Campus : 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood, Vic.

This unit is designed to give the student an introduction to the concept and practice of mission and its priority for the people of God.  It explores the topic of mission from a biblical, theological, historical and sociological perspective. It enables the student to develop and apply concepts of mission in their local context.

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

 

Developing and Leading Healthy Team Work in Ministry

2-4 September 2020 (classroom)
9.00am - 3.00pm
Campus : Cnr Handford & Roghan Roads, Taigum, Qld.

This unit is designed to provide knowledge and skills for developing and leading teams in a ministry context. Students will examine developmental stages of teams and healthy team dynamics as foundational concepts for effective team ministry. The leadership of ministry teams is explored though strategies such as effective communication, identifying strengths and weaknesses of the team and enlarging the capacity of the team.

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

 

 

An Introduction to Spiritual Formation

8-10 September 2020 (classroom)
9.00am - 3.00pm
Campus : 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood, Vic.

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.

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

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