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Nov. 28 Pre-Advent Contemplative Service: West Point Grey, BC
Nov. 29 Pre-Advent Prayer Vigil
Nov. 30 Advent Video Series (Online)
All courses run online September 8th to November 28th, 2014. Check the calendar for details of courses with onsite intensives. Course syllabi can be found by clicking here and going to the program link for syllabi.
CALGARY LAUNCH FALL 2014
Launch Date: September 20, 2014
Location: First Baptist Church, Calgary
1311 4 St SW, Calgary, AB
Parking: Free parking downtown for the CMin classes!
Fees: Fees for this Certificate in Ministry in Calgary have been reduced to $300/course. Try one course or sign up for all ten and receive a Certificate in Ministry from a recognized institution.
In a world where national and cultural boundaries are increasingly permeable to the flow of information, ideas, and people, ministry to people of different cultures is becoming the norm. Successful ministry to people of diverse backgrounds will be determined by an awareness of sometimes fundamental differences and by communication of the Gospel in a way that is deliberate and strategic about being understood.
This course will help students to become attuned to their own and others’ values, beliefs, and assumptions about the world, to understand what God’s mission is for the world, and how to be involved in God’s mission by communicating in a way that is relevant.
Offered by Regent College and Carey Theological College
You may also register as a seminar participant for any or all of the first three Saturdays.
Credit students will register with their college, either Carey Theological College or Regent College.
Every ten seconds someone in North America becomes a senior. This demographic reality has inspired both fear and hope. In this course we will explore the challenges and opportunities of becoming a senior, including critical issues such as diminished energy, the search for significance, continuing to work after work, calling and service in the world and church. This course is designed to help those needing to address the issues of aging—whether seniors themselves or people working with seniors (e.g., pastors, counsellors, social workers)—from a Christian perspective. In light of the realities of aging, the course will address the issues of vocation, meaning and security, and spirituality. There will be lectures, case studies, interviews and guests. There are no prerequisites for the course and the experience can be attributed to a graduate program or simply be a learning encounter.
Graduate syllabus: APPL549_Stevens_fall2014
Undergraduate syllabus: APPL 149_Stevens_fall2014
REGISTER FOR CREDIT ($320/graduate credit; $250/undergraduate credit)
REGISTER FOR SATURDAY SEMINARS ($90/seminar or $250/3 seminar package)