Asia Pacific Theological Seminary E-Learning

Designed to help the student develop a biblical philosophy of pastoral ministry. Students are introduced to the basic concepts, principles, qualifications, responsibilities, relationships, and disciplines required for an effective pastoral ministry.

This is an introduction to the basic concepts and principles of an effective and scriptural ministry. The work of evangelists, pastors, teachers, missionaries, etc. is considered along with biblical examination of minister's worldview, personal life philosophy, theology of the church, and philosophy of ministry. Specific topics include call, ministry models, ethical standards, and relationships. Students will be expected to develop a statement of their lifestyle philosophy and their theology of the church and ministry.

Examines leadership and management principles, skills and practices. There is an emphasis on leadership and management within Christian organizations and concentration on the interaction of people, tasks, and goals while seeking to integrate these with theological insights.

Examines leadership and management principles, skills and practices. There is an emphasis on leadership and management within Christian organizations and concentration on the interaction of people, tasks, and goals while seeking to integrate these with theological insights.

The nature, methods, and approaches of evangelism are studied in view of the biblical imperative and theological foundation for the outreach of the Church. Emphasis is given to the process of impacting the community both personally and through corporate ministry.

Emphasizes the practical aspects of church and community issues from a biblical perspective. Considerations is given to practical application of biblical principles to contemporary issues in relations to social concerns.

A practical ministry course that deals with women’s issues from a biblical perspective. Social issues which impact women particularly will be viewed through the lenses of Scripture, history and culture to develop a biblically sound basis for ministry by women and to women.

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