Cross Cultural Discipleship Training
Prepare to Disciple Others in Cross-Cultural Settings
The Cross-Cultural Discipleship Training Certificate is designed to assist students in developing an awareness of culture and of teaching principles, and the ability to meet those needs. The graduate should be able to disciple others who will be creators of disciples in their own culture.
Those taking this certificate will be required to be involved in a practical ministry with Project L.A.M.B.S. or another approved agency.
|Certificate||Cross-Cultural Discipleship||30 credit hours|
For Entrance into the Cross-Cultural Discipleship program
Core course requirements for entrance into the Cross-Cultural Discipleship program are listed in the Academic Calendar. Acceptance into this program will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Although a recognized undergraduate degree is preferred, admission as a mature student without an undergraduate degree will be considered. In such instances, previous post-secondary education, employment and/or ministry experience may be taken into account.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please look to the Academic Calendar for full information and course lists. If there are discrepancies between the information listed here and in the Academic Calendar, the Academic Calendar is definitive.
- Reading the Church’s Bible
- Theological Foundations
- Worldview and Culture
- Cross-Cultural Discipleship
- Principles of Teaching and Learning
Daryl Climenhaga, D.Miss. (Program Coordinator)
Associate Professor of Global Studies
Graduates build careers in Christian education, missions, para-church ministries, pastoral leadership, worship ministry and youth leadership.