Curriculum in the Christian Ministry Leadership (CMN) major is focused on developing Christian leaders to serve effectively by enabling them to envision, plan, develop, and implement church or para-church ministries that may impact their communities for the Kingdom of Christ.
|CMN 445||Theory and Practice of Adult Learning||3|
|BBL 408||Foundations of Christian Thought||3|
|CMN 430||Organizational Analysis||3|
|CMN 403||Personal Leadership Assessment and Development||3|
|CMN 404||Old Testament Principles for Ministry||3|
|CMN 406||The Church in Its Community||3|
|CMN 432||Christian Ministry Leadership: Research and Resources||3|
|CMN 407||New Testament Principles for Ministry||3|
|BBL 409||Christianity in Dialogue||3|
|PLS 401||Christian Faith and Politics||3|
|SGY 410||Marriage, Family and Church||3|
|CMN 409||Principles of Family Ministry||3|
|CMN 416||Theology and Practice of Evangelism||3|
|CMN 470||Senior Seminar||3|
|CMN 410||Leadership for Mission and Ministry||
Christian Ministry Leadership majors must complete 126 credits for graduation, including Old Testament survey (three credits) and New Testament survey (three credits), both approved by Geneva College.
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