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Missions strategies and tactics

This is a course in the methodology of missions. It will cover all kinds of issues. Sometimes I've even told students that it is subtitled "Coffee Break on the Mission Field" since we will talk about many of the things that missionaries talk about when they get together:

Course resources

In the "What-will-they-think-of-next?" department

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Most courses at SNU contain a writing component.
I expect students' written work to be focused, well developed, organized and relatively free of grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.
Papers falling too far short of this standard may simply be returned without a grade to the students for revision and resubmission.
See my writing checklist.

LinksLinks to web sites with helpful material for vrious facets of Great Commission fulfillment

     -- Howard Culbertson

Professor/student contract   Are the "heathen" lost? Answers to an oft-asked question   Listening to a boring lecture   How to get better grades   Improving your written papers   Seeking God's will?

Tempted to cheat on some schoolwork? Before you do, read SNU's academic integrity policy

Other world missions course materials and syllabi

Cultural Anthropology    Introduction to Missions    Linguistics    Modern Missionary Movement (History of Missions)    Nazarene Missions   Church Health and Christian Missions    Theology of Missions    Traditional Religions   World Religions
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