Global Evangelism assignment instructions

Two sermon ideas

Simplified grading rubric which can double as your checklist prior to submitting the assignment

  1. Was the assignment submitted on time? (by Sunday night of Week 1)
  2. Does the submission contain ideas for two separate sermons on ends-of-the-earth world evangelism?
  3. Did each sermon idea include all three items outlined in the instructions (scripture, title, thesis statement)?
  4. Is it evident that each of the sermons will be a clear call for some kind of involvement in ends-of-the-earth gospel proclamation?
  5. Is there a sense that the two sermons grew out of reflection on the Week 1 Reading and class discussions?
  6. Is the submission relatively free of grammar, spelling, punctuation and word usage mistakes?
  7. In terms of achieving assignment goals, is this work exceptional, excellent, good, acceptable, minimal or inadequate?

"I like the way the professor gives very clear instructions." -- Jose O., Nazrene Bible College student

Note: The course web pages on the official Nazarene Bible College site will contain expanded written instructions for this sermon ideas assignment.

    -- Howard Culbertson


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