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Mobile Ed: John Fuder Urban Ministry Bundle (3 courses)
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Mobile Ed: John Fuder Urban Ministry Bundle (3 courses)

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Lexham Press 2016

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Overview

There is tremendous opportunity for the body of Christ to be engaged in urban ministry around the world. Dr. Fuder offers over 20 years of urban ministry experience, and his work focuses on understanding the culture of the city, which helps the church to understand its context and to find ways to serve the city more effectively. Discover God’s heart for the city through Scripture, and apply Dr. Fuder’s practical principles to your ministry as you engage with the diverse populations that occupy today’s cities.

Individual Courses

MI251 Biblical Theology of Urban Ministry

  • Instructor: John Fuder
  • Video hours: 6

Roughly half of the people on the planet today live in globalized cities with populations of 100,000 or more. God’s heart beats for the nations, and Scripture is filled with narrative about cities—well over a hundred cities are specifically mentioned in the Bible. Explore God’s heart for the city from Genesis to Revelation, and discover God’s love for all people. Focus on being Christ centered by loving your neighbors and getting involved in your neighborhood. Find ways to practically love your neighbors and be involved in ways that demonstrate great love and compassion for those who are on your doorstep.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker
Unit 1: The Background of Poverty
  • The Need for a Theology of Urban Ministry
  • A Snapshot of Sodom
  • Poorology: A Biblical Theology of the Oppressed or Neglected
  • What Is Poverty?
Unit 2: Theology from the Pentateuch
  • Joseph: A Model of Integrity
  • Moses: A Model of Holiness
  • God’s Heart for the Alien
  • Engaging the Community
Unit 3: Theology from the Historical Books
  • Gideon: A Model of Brokenness
  • Hope in the Midst of Trials
  • Nehemiah: A Model of Fearing God
  • Esther: A Model of Risk-Taking
Unit 4: Theology from the Wisdom Literature
  • Prayer for Shalom
  • God’s Heart for the Oppressed
  • God’s Heart for the Poor
Unit 5: Theology from the Prophets
  • Isaiah: A Theology for the Streets
  • God Builds a City
  • Seeking the Welfare of the City
  • Daniel: A Model of Discipline
  • God’s Heart for Justice
  • Levels of Doing Justice
  • Jonah: A Compassionate Cry for the City
Unit 6: Theology from the Gospels
  • Jesus and the City
  • Jesus, the Poor, and the Marginalized
  • Jesus: Our Model in Reconciliation
  • A Spirituality for the City
  • The Search for an Urban Jesus
Unit 7: Theology from Acts
  • A Glimpse of Graeco-Roman Cities
  • Lessons from the Early Church: Committed to Community
  • Cultivating an Evangelistic Lifestyle
  • The Community of the Early Church
  • The Response of the Early Church
  • The Appeal of Early Christianity
Unit 8: Theology from Paul
  • The Church at Antioch
  • First- and Second-Century Urban Ministry Principles
  • A Theology of Doing Good
  • A Tale of Two Cities
  • God’s Holy City: The New Jerusalem
Conclusion
  • Concluding Thoughts

MI252 Philosophy and Practice of Urban Ministry

  • Instructor: John Fuder
  • Video hours: 4

Build from the foundation of the biblical material that speaks about God’s heart for the city, and apply this to ministry in the city. Examine urban communities in the U.S. and overseas, and incorporate effective postures and practices of hands-on, engagement to your ministry.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Postures for Urban Ministry
  • The Strategic Opportunity of Cities
  • The Lifestyle of the Urban Apostle
  • Servanthood and Brokenness
  • The Biblical Principle of Compassion
  • The Definition of Compassion
  • Informed by Prayer
  • Praying for Impact
Unit 2: Philosophies for Urban Ministry
  • Incarnational Ministry
  • Becoming an Insider
  • Forming Friendships in a New Place
  • Reimaging Relocation
Unit 3: Preparing for a New Culture
  • Key Elements of Reconciliation
  • Roadblocks to Effective Ministry
  • The Culture of the City
  • The Posture of the City Church
  • Addressing the Felt Need
  • Evangelism and Social Concern
  • Holistic Discipleship
  • Effective Cross-Cultural Communication
Unit 4: Practices for Urban Ministry
  • Exegeting a Culture
  • The Priority of Networking
  • The Effective Urban Church
  • The New Faces of the Church
  • The Importance of Church Planting
Conclusion
  • Course Review

MI301 Community Analysis: Exegeting Culture for Missions

  • Instructor: John Fuder
  • Video hours: 5

Learn to diagnose needs in a local community and to discover some of the felt needs in a neighborhood. Begin to think biblically and missionally about ways that a church or group of churches could be involved in responding to the needs in that community. Understand what the Scripture says about applying it to your life in a manner that is relevant to your church and community.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker
Unit 1: Understanding Your Community’s Culture
  • Exegeting the Culture
  • Beginning Community Analysis
  • Ten Tips for Good Exegesis
  • What Is Community Analysis?
  • The Formula for Change
  • Why Perform Community Analysis?
  • Steps for Prayer Walking
  • An Effective Church at Work
Unit 2: Preparing to Engage Your Community
  • Who Performs Community Analysis?
  • Becoming an Insider
  • Preparing to Find a Community Insider
  • Where Does Community Analysis Take Place?
  • Beginning Analysis in a Specific Location
  • An Example of Community Analysis
  • When to Get Involved
  • Discerning Your Preparedness: Part A
  • Discerning Your Preparedness: Part B
  • Getting Started with Community Analysis
  • A Biblical Blueprint for Community Analysis
Unit 3: Precepts for Engaging in Ministry
  • Practicing the Ministry
  • Case Studies
  • Network Well: Find the Stakeholders
  • Listening to the Stories
  • Survey Data
  • The Life History Interview: Family and Living Situations
  • The Life History Interview: Life Cycle and Friendships
  • The Life History Interview: Beliefs and Motivation
Unit 4: How to Survey Your Community
  • Basic Survey Practices
  • Pilot Testing Your Survey
  • Felt Needs and Attitudes toward Church
  • Neighborhood Beliefs and Worldviews
  • Sample Survey: College Campuses
  • Ethnography Ministry Examples
Conclusion
  • Concluding Thoughts

Product Details

  • Title: John Fuder Urban Ministry Bundle (3 courses)
  • Instructor: John Fuder
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 3
  • Video Hours: 15

About John Fuder

Dr. John Fuder is the director of Justice and Compassion Ministries at Re:source Global and the director of city engagement for Park Community Church in Chicago. Dr. Fuder served in urban ministry for 15 years in California, and was professor of urban studies at Moody Theological Seminary in Chicago for 17 years. Currently, Dr. Fuder is teaching, training, and coaching the broader body of Christ to engage more deeply in contextualizing the Gospel in their local communities.

Getting the most out of Mobile Ed

Logos Mobile Education is a highly effective cross-platform learning environment that integrates world class teaching with the powerful study tools and theological libraries available in Logos Bible Software. Every course provides links to additional resources and suggested readings that supplement the lecture material at the end of every transcript segment.

All courses in this bundle come with an Activities resource that functions as a type of “workbook” for the courses. This resource includes learning activities such as: places for you to respond to reflection questions, exercises that will challenge and show you how deepen your understanding of this course by using specific Logos tools and resources, tutorial videos on different features of Logos Bible Software, and links to relevant Logos guides and tools. A link to open the Activities resource is conveniently placed at the end of every segment.