Cross-Cultural Service

CCS 210: Survey of Missions 

A general survey of various contemporary mission fields and mission agencies, with emphasis on recent developments, to encourage students to further study in areas of special interest.

CCS 350: Cross-Cultural Ministry Preparation 

Biblical basis of missions; nature of a mission call; the spiritual preparation for the prospective missionary; selection of a mission board; varied aspects of deputation; relationship with the mission board, churches and fellow missionaries; preparation for culture shock on the field.

CCS 370: Cross-Cultural Evangelism Practicum 

The student will explore the theory and experience the reality of a cross- cultural evangelism event. Homework will include readings, actual participation and papers/reports of activities.

CCS 371: Two-Week Missions Experience 

For laymen and prospective missionaries to gain practical experience in various missionary endeavors. Instruction and typical mission experiences will be arranged to give the student an overall view of life and work on the mission field.

CCS 372: Four-Week Missions Experience 

For laymen and prospective missionaries to gain practical experience in various missionary endeavors. Instruction and typical mission experiences will be arranged to give the student an overall view of life and work on the mission field.

CCS 373: Six-Week Missions Experience 

For laymen and prospective missionaries to gain practical experience in various missionary endeavors. Instruction and typical mission experiences will be arranged to give the student an overall view of life and work on the mission field.

CCS 399: Missions Internship

On-location instruction under the leadership of experienced missionaries. Includes cultural and religious orientation assignments and guided experience in the evangelization, discipleship and counseling of nationals. Required of all Cross-Cultural Service majors.

CCS 402: Practice of Cross-Cultural Ministry 

Field strategies for church planting and leadership development from biblical, historical and practical perspectives; indigenization and contextualization; survey of developments in practice and philosophy of missions.

CCS 404: Women in Missions 

Single and married are required to make public presentations in a variety of difficult situations and are commonly expected to demonstrate capabilities in a wide range of diverse areas. This course is designed to provide instruction and guidance in the areas of potential challenge for women in missions.

CCS 406: Cross-Cultural Discipleship 

Study of the most effective means of communicating the teachings of the Bible in another culture. Includes discussion of problems in translation and of the challenge of adjustment to the worldview of a foreign culture.

CCS 408: Current Issues in Missions 

Selected topics dealing with significant issues and practical problems relating to missions.

CCS 410: World Religions 

Examination of the doctrines and cultural features of major religions in light of the Word of God. Discussion of the best means by which adherents to these doctrinal systems may be won to the Lord.

Prerequisites: Bi 401 or NT 401 Prerequisite.

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