Seminar: Calling, Context, and the Church: From Belonging to Witness
This course is also offered as INDS 729
How do churches discern and incarnate God’s calling in their communities? Grounded in a theological framework for vocation, insights from contemporary scholar-practitioners, qualitative tools and strategies, and relevant case studies that include the work of Regent Exchange, this seminar course offers a fresh approach to vocation with practical implications for the church as a learning community. Students will come away with a new vision for their church’s vocation along with a draft plan to cultivate a deeper engagement with these ideas in their own ecclesial and community contexts.
Note: This course is available in two formats. Students wishing to enroll in a 1-2 credit non-seminar course should register for APPL/INDS 529. Those who wish to take the full 3-credit course—which includes an afternoon seminar in addition to the morning lecture—should register in APPL/INDS 729. Registration deadline for APPL/INDS 729 is June 2nd.
|Dates||Jun 26–Jun 30|
|Days & Times||
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri
|Audit Hours||No audit available|
Director of Regent Exchange; Associate Professor of Education and Culture
Gustavo H.R. Santos
Course information sheets will be posted here soon.
There are no prerequisites for this course.