“This is not the world of 100 years ago,” notes Dr. Tim Sisk, pastor, professor, and missionary to Japan and Bolivia. “It’s a very different world, and there are a number of different issues that impact how we take the gospel there.”
The changing world of missions and church planting requires a combination of current, on-the-ground perspective and scholarly analysis of the historical, biblical, and theological realities undergirding this important work. All of that can be found in these Mobile Ed courses on missions and church planting.
For the first time, you can get Mobile Ed’s missions and church planting courses individually.
Whether you’re a missionary wanting to invest in your current work, a church pastor wanting to know more about the work of the missionaries your church supports, or an enthusiast in global missions, you won’t want to miss these Mobile Ed courses.
From an introduction to missions, to in-depth studies of world religions
In MI101 Introducting Global Missions, Dr. Don Fanning provides an introduction to the study of missions, including a theology of mission, a history of Christian missions from the first century to the present, and scholarly predictions regarding the future of global missions.
Dr. Tim Sisk has two courses now available individually: MI102 Current Issues in Missions and MI201 Church Planting, both of which consider the biblical foundation for missions and church planting and provide scriptural and first-hand examples to inform our understanding of this important work.
And in TH191 Missional Approach to World Religions, Dr. Michael Goheen not only teaches the core beliefs of other major world religions—Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism—he also explains how Christians are called to non-coercive engagement with these religions.
Get the teaching that fits your needs
Whatever your missions and church planting needs, you won’t regret taking this opportunity to refine your education with these Mobile Ed courses.
Buy MI101 Introducing Global Missions, MI102 Current Issues in Missions, MI201 Church Planting, or TH191 Missional Approach to World Religions now.
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