Foundations of Family Ministry

Course number: PS101     Credit hours: 3 hrs

This course will examine contemporary family life in and out of the church, and it’s biblical purpose. Students will study the idea of a holistic family ministry model as well as the importance of an intergenerational mindset for church ministry. This course will include current strategies for various ministries that involve the family.

Learning Outcomes:
1) Identify current societal issues that affect and influence families.
2) Examine different models for family and intergenerational ministry.
3) Understand various methods that church leadership can support parents in areas of spiritual development.
4) To convey a biblical concept for family ministry that is adaptable to different ministry contexts.


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