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10 ways to ruin mission trips
Ministry, Church and Society course resources
Regular "lab reports" were due in MCS throughout
the semester. Those lab reports were to be based on your participation the previous week or
weeks (depending on how often the reports are submitted) in the life of a local church. These lab
reports were NOT to be sermon summaries. They were to be thoughtful reflections on what you
observe in a local congregation's life and ministry as a community of faith.
Writing something about your attendance at an SNU chapel or a dorm Bible study did not fulfill the objectives of this assignment. This assignment had to reflect your current attendance in an activity of a multi-generational community of faith.
"Churches", Ed Robinson has said, "are faith communities that are shaped and formed over time. They wind up with:
As students wrote lab reports, they were to think about how the congregation they were
reporting on reflected Ed Robinson's list of characteristics.
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