Module information

Code

CL6360  

Name

The Christian in the Community

ECTS

2 Credits

Description

Community entails people caring for one another. This course emphasizes Christian attitudes and actions in building, sharing, and understanding within many spheres of community. The definitions, guidelines, and examples will encourage you to be used of God where you live.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 1. Define community and Indicate what is required to make community possible. 2. Identify and relate the four communities of Acts 1:8. 3. Describe the principle of separation unto God and from the world. 4. Show how you can use tradition in your community to honor the Lord. 5. Explain the importance of building with other believers. 6. Describe the difference between building “bridges” and building “walls.” 7. Indicate Jesus’ involvement in His community as an adult. 8. State how a Christian can be like salt in his or her community. 9. Identify attitudes of a renewed mind. 10. Describe results of the combined ministry of believers in the church. 11. Identify ways to prepare yourself for a Christian witness in your community.

Mode of Study

Lecture Video Student interaction Hands on

Assessment

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

Rubric

SCHOOL FOR EVANGELISM AND DISCIPLSHIP

DISCIPLING THE CHRISTIAN LIFE

Based on the Christian Life series

MQF Level 2 Award*

18 ECTS Credits

License-2013-FHI-026
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

* Accredited but not yet in license

* Accredited but not yet in license

Module information

Code

CL6360  

Name

The Christian in the Community

ECTS

2 Credits

Description

Community entails people caring for one another. This course emphasizes Christian attitudes and actions in building, sharing, and understanding within many spheres of community. The definitions, guidelines, and examples will encourage you to be used of God where you live.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 1. Define community and Indicate what is required to make community possible. 2. Identify and relate the four communities of Acts 1:8. 3. Describe the principle of separation unto God and from the world. 4. Show how you can use tradition in your community to honor the Lord. 5. Explain the importance of building with other believers. 6. Describe the difference between building “bridges” and building “walls.” 7. Indicate Jesus’ involvement in His community as an adult. 8. State how a Christian can be like salt in his or her community. 9. Identify attitudes of a renewed mind. 10. Describe results of the combined ministry of believers in the church. 11. Identify ways to prepare yourself for a Christian witness in your community.

Mode of Study

Lecture Video Student interaction Hands on

Assessment

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

Rubric

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

* Accredited but not yet in license

* Accredited but not yet in license

SCHOOL FOR EVANGELISM AND DISCIPLESHIP

DISCIPLING THE CHRISTIAN LIFE

Based on the Christian Life series

MQF Level 2 Award*

18 ECTS Credits

* Accredited but not yet in license

License-2013-FHI-026