MI 705 - 1 Mentoring for Intercultural Effectiveness

MI 705 - 1 Mentoring for Intercultural Effectiveness

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Directed Study
Seminary

This seminar style course integrates formal and non-formal learning experiences to intentionally prepare kingdom learners for a wide range of intercultural opportunities. This mentor-based, character-oriented learning experience encourages participants to develop a theological framework for understanding themes such as vocational direction, tolerance for risk and intercultural sensitivity. Working with an IM faculty member and a local mentor, learners will explore a wide range of issues that stem from the lived experience of their mentors. Corequisite: Normally taken in conjunction with MI 712 Intercultural Internship, or MI 720 Intercultural Ministry Coaching.

3.00
Permission of the Department
Course Offered
Fall
MI 705 - 1
Charles Cook
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Master of Arts in Intercultural Ministries