Community Relations/Missions

How can we, as Christians, share our faith in the diverse, fast-paced culture of today’s world? In a nation where people are becoming increasingly skeptical of religion and hostile toward Christianity, how can we fulfill our mission of being the salt of the earth?

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How can we, as Christians, share our faith in the diverse, fast-paced culture of today’s world? In a nation where people are becoming increasingly skeptical of religion and hostile toward Christianity, how can we fulfill our mission of being the salt of the earth? Community Relations/Missions is hands-on/discussion-based class, dedicated to answering these questions. To accomplish our goals we will study the history of Christian missions, explore both discipleship and evangelism, and serve together in various capacities. Come to class with open hearts and open minds as we face these challenges together! Note: Service projects are a required part of this class.
Textbook: The Unexpected Adventure by Lee Strobel and Mark Mittelberg – (9780310283928)
Holy Bible(not digital copy): with both Old Testament and New Testament (the student may use the version that he or she is comfortable reading)
Supplies: 1 inch 3-ring binder, Loose-leaf paper, composition notebook, pencils