Embodied Discipleship in a World That Has Gone Virtual
An online class offered by Calvin Theological Seminary and led by Aaron Einfeld, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management, and Cory Willson, Jake & Betsy Tuls Associate Professor of Missiology and Missional Ministry.
Monday, November 2 - Friday, November 20, 2020
As Christians and congregations are both racing to find new rhythms of life and worship during this pandemic, essential aspects of discipleship and corporate worship are surfacing. At the congregational level, church leaders are working hard to find ways of serving their communities amidst an enormous and unexpected decentralization and digitization of church gatherings. At the same time Christians are being pulled to live more locally (with the restrictions placed on geographic movement) even as they are pulled to be increasingly digitally plugged in (work, social interactions, etc.).
In this course, learners engage with foundational theological ideas about the human person and their engagement in society and will also be exposed to transformative learning exercises that foster faithful, creative, and sustainable Christian practices during this pandemic.
Calvin Seminary is offering a series of new, short term online courses that are designed to support your ministry leadership amidst the ongoing pandemic. These online mini-courses are centered around key ministry challenges you face today.
With a commitment of four hours per week for just three weeks, each class is designed to fit alongside the many time demands and commitments that you already have. Though some courses may include optional live discussion online, you won't be required to be present for a session during a specific time. You can choose to audit the course or enroll for credit.
For more information this course and other courses in the series, please visit Calvin Seminary's website.