MIS3012-3 Introduction to Missions

MIS3012 Introduction to Missions (2 credits)

The orientation of Introduction to Missions is both biblical and contemporary. The Bible’s teaching on missions is outlined through both the Old and New Testaments. Two international and biblical missions themes are treated throughout this course: those of the redeemed people of God and Christ’s strategy of missions. A former missionary writes from his own years of experience. (HIS3303 History of Assemblies of God Missions parallels this course. Students may enroll in either course, but not both.)
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
None
Materials required:
IST: Introduction to Missions by Paul Pomerville
New International Version of the Bible

MIS3013 Introduction to Missions (3 credits)

See description of MIS3012 Introduction to Missions above. This course is the same as MIS3012 Introduction to Missions except that a CRA must be completed. The textbook for the CRA is listed under materials required. (HIS3303 History of Assemblies of God Missions parallels this course. Students may enroll either course, but not both.)
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
None
Materials required:
IST: Introduction to Missions by Paul Pomerville
CRA Textbook: Introducing World Missions: A Biblical, Historical and Practical Survey by Scott Moreau, Gary Corwin, and Garry McGee
New International Version of the Bible