Children’s MinistryDesignation: NXGN 3063
This course considers the importance of childrens ministry in the local church, as well as different models and philosophies, including the Biblical and theological rationale for each. Students are challenged to think purposefully about childrens ministry, and to examine ways to launch new childrens ministries in a variety of settings and demographics. This course explores ways to support and reach families, ways to cultivate intergenerational ministry opportunities, and ways to support children with diverse needs and from different backgrounds. The intention is for students to develop practical ministry skills for initiating and leading childrens ministry in todays culture.
Recommended Prior Study
This course does not have an assigned professor currently
Available at Acadia Wolfville Campus
|Current Schedule - One-Week Intensive - Spring Term 2020||Designation||Instructor|
May 25th-29th, 2020
|NXGN 3063 X5||TBA|