Course number: PS0321 Credit hours: 3 hrs
In this course we will look at a theology of marriage & family and the history of what was taught to the youth and children in the church. This course will explore the important principles of pre-marriage and marriage ministries. Students will learn some practical ideas for creating and developing a pre-marriage and marriage program within the church. Students will spend some time addressing issues concerning the building of strong marriages. This course is offered in May as a one-week modular course.
** This Course is offered on rotation
Spring Course for Bachelor of Theology (Children and Family Ministry) – Year Two and Year Three : This is an rotational course with “Family Ministry”. See your Program Director for more information.
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