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While Introduction to Missions is the introductory course for those wishing to major in world missions, one major purpose of Introduction to Missions is to build globally-minded pastors and lay leaders. Thus, it will be largely populated by those who are headed to something other than cross-cultural, expatriate missionary service.
"Mission is not fulfilling a duty; it is loving God so much that you can do nothing more than reflect Christ back to the world in all that you do so that the nations can find the ultimate blessing that is available to them in God. -- Veronica Roesly, Northwest Nazarene University student
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This course is similar in content to the popular "Perspectives on the World Christian Movement" taught in locations all across the U.S.
"I see the importance of missions with new eyes."
"I felt very connected to the material."
|Most courses at SNU contain
a writing component.|
I expect students to produce written work that is focused, well developed, organized and relatively free of grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.
Papers falling short of this standard will not be graded. That work will be returned to the students for further revision and resubmission.
See my writing checklist.
|Intro to Missions class may often start with the class singing a chorus in another language. [ read more ]|
"Thanks for all your work for the Kingdom. It's pretty clear to me that the path most people choose for their lives is shaped by what they learn in college and the resulting decisions they make. Keep steering them toward giving themselves to what really matters obeying God and laboring in the Harvest."
Tempted to cheat on some schoolwork? Before you do, read SNU's academic integrity policy
-- Howard Culbertson
Howard Culbertson, 5901 NW 81st, Oklahoma City, OK 73132
| Phone: 405-740-4149
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