Teaching Missions Strategy

Back in the days when I was studying missions at Fuller School of World Mission, we sat in a class and listened to lectures. Not anymore.

29958927@N00Fuller Professor Ryan Bolger (co-author of “Emerging Churches: Community in Postmodern Cultures) blogs his experience in teaching a missions class interactively. He had his students develop mission strategies through 2000 years of church history. Pictures of the learning experience are linked on his post. Wish I was there!

HT: RhettSmith.com

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Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

1 Comment

  • Rhett Smith says:

    thanks for the reference to my blog…Yeah, I think that Fuller, as well as a couple of other seminaries are really making efforts to move away from lectures, to more hands on approach type stuff…there is a growing emphasis on the missional aspect of seminary education, and I think Ryan Bolger will be leading the way…..
    love your blog…great stuff always…

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