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Evangelism & Mission - Continuing Education with SPS

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Seattle Pacific University School of Theology Seminary and Graduate Program

3307 3rd Avenue West

#204

Seattle, WA 98119

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Seattle Pacific Seminary is offering two unique opportunities in June for church and marketplace leaders, theology students, and seminarians in their continuing education. These courses will give today’s leaders tools to engage the challenges of the 21st Century by way of a graduate-level quality education experience. See the other course offered, “Scripture and Ethics for Contentious Times,” here.



Monday through Friday, June 12-June 16, 9am-3:30pm
SPU Campus



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This course identifies aspects of the Christian tradition vital for shaping richly-textured, theologically-imagined practices of missional witness for the contemporary church.

The course is an introductory reflection on God’s Mission for the church in the world. While the church’s identity and purpose often default to minimal techniques for survival and witness, too often ministries of relief are encouraged without a sufficient understanding of the destructive outcomes of such efforts. This course argues for understanding the church’s mission in relationship to the Triune God, practiced in empowering and sustainable relationships with neighbors and creation.



Taught by leading evangelism scholar Dr. Laceye Warner, Ph.D



Registration ends Monday, June 5 at 9am.







Note: to take this course for credit (3 credits) at standard seminary tuition rate, please fill out the short application at this link instead of our Eventbrite and use this information: CRN 60498, course THEO 6741 Summer Term. Send your application to rsteele@spu.edu.

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