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MIN 5442 Chapel ChoirDeveloping a student’s internal visual and musical senses to transmit the song message is one focus; developing the ability to conduct and perform in a choir is the second. 1 credit. Mrs. Choi Yoon.
MIN 5451 Spirit-Filled PreachingThis course is designed to help students become familiar with understanding the concept of “Spirit-Filled” or “Spirit-Led” preaching. The course also seeks to prepare the student theologically and quip them to engage the theological task constructively as homileticians in their own right. Students will discuss how spirit-filled preaching has developed in communities of hardship and economic challenge as a distinct form. The course also examines the traditions and trajectories for theologies of preaching that have emerged out of the African-American experience and how this has influenced Christian thought and homiletic practice today. Included in the conversation will be tele-evangelists and how such developments have shaped theologies of preaching in our day. 3 credits. Dr. McLeod.
THE 5402 Christian EthicsSee Theology listings.
MIN 5701 The Urban Church and Community Development
Churches in the urban context can thrive through offering community development programs that address problems in the community while at the same time attracting socially committed people to the congregation. This course will introduce students to community development strategies that lead to church growth and health while investigating how these strategies interface with social justice issues, racial/cultural/religious diversity and interagency cooperation. These are strategies to build a caring, compassionate and prophetic ministry. 3 credits. Rev. Hardaway.