1–2-page resume and a cover letter. You do not need to provide an academic transcript. This application process should be hypothetical (unless you are in fact applying for a real position). I would recommend that you look for some actual positions for which you might potentially be interested as a way of giving you a springboard for the assignment. Read the assignment instructions carefully. You will submit a 1–2-page resume, a cover letter, and an academic transcript intended for a ministry position identified in the cover letter. Following the guidelines covered in the video presentation from Module/Week 1, the resume […]
BOOK REVIEW – 1150 words ebook: Great leader, great teacher Login for ebook provided as an ATTACHMENT. TURABIAN FORMAT 1. Bibliographic Entry Include a bibliographic entry for the text at the top of the page. An example of a correct bibliographic entry is: Bibliographical Entry Stowell, Joseph M. Redefining Leadership: Character-Driven Habits of Effective Leaders. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2014. 2. Summary Summarize the themes, concepts, and principles of the book. Demonstrate that you have identified the themes, concepts, and/or principles by expressing them clearly in your own words. You must support your summary with parenthetical references identifying where the material […]
THEOLOGICAL POSITION PAPER INSTRUCTIONS EXTRA INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE PROFESSOR: The paper should be written only in response to defining and discussing those 5 areas alone. I want to make sure you can define each one, discuss each one, and be cognizant of each. A theological position paper draft focusing on theological and educational assumptions. I would recommend that you do some research on these terms so that you are familiar with what they mean and how they apply to ministry. A succinct paragraph is all that is needed for each term. There are 5 areas I’m looking for you […]
guidelines for discussion points: The purpose of discussion points is to initiate and motive the most critical aspect is that the discussion points reflect active and critical reading on the part of the student. Discussion points must include: 1. clearly state topic(s), or author, or text being quoted by molloy that student is commenting. 2.At least three questions, comments, insights, or applications that were provoked by text or that relate directly to assign reading. 3. a critical response that indicates the student’s position on the points presented.
Topic: The Application of Spiritual Disciplines Prompt: Briefly describe a specific spiritual discipline of Bible intake or prayer as discussed in the Whitney text. Discuss the priority of these disciplines in your own personal life and outline the process that you have employed or plan to begin during this course. You will also need to include anticipated growth you expect to experience from the practice of these disciplines. Be careful to include biblical as well as classical traits or virtues as well as to cite any academic sources used and include biblical support when appropriate and accurate. You will create […]
you are required to provide a thread in response to the provided prompt for each forum. Each thread must be at least 300 words, demonstrate course-related knowledge, and show integration of biblical principles QUESTION FOR DISCUSSION BOARD 1: Explain the biblical mandate for apologetics (around 150 words). List and describe 3 types of apologetic arguments found in the Bible (around 200 words).
Topic: Character Development in Leadership Prompt: The Bredfeldt text addresses the character of the leader-teacher. Address the items that you consider indispensable character traits. Be careful to include biblical as well as classical traits or virtues as well as to cite any academic sources used and include biblical support when appropriate and accurate. Each thread must be 200–300 words and demonstrate course-related knowledge. In the thread, you must provide support for your assertions and include citations and a bibliography when sources are referenced. Current Turabian format must be used. ATTENTION: as the ebook has NO PAGES number the Professor said […]
Two -three paragraphs each. 1. What are the four main elements to the promise of the kingdom of God? Which books focus on each of these elements? 2. Describe in a few sentences the major events of each of these phases. (As an example from another part of the Bible, if I were to ask you the summarize the events of the gospels, you might say something like this: The gospels tell the story of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. They describe how he preached the kingdom of God, called the disciples, healed the sick, and served […]
Intensive Reading and Relective Report Book: Lovin, R. W. (2011). An introduction to Christian ethics: Goals, duties, and virtues. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press. Topics: 01: Historical perspective What salient issues prompted the book? What was your assessment of the author’s perspective and why? 02-Theological development Exemplary theological assessment with very practical scriptural comprehension and application 03-Contemporary application or relevance How can this knowledge be incorporated currently and in future ministry? 04-Writing Style and grammar Exceptional literary quality of the writing. “APA Style” This 5-page double-spaced paper should seek to elucidate the main point of the book accompanied by personal reflection. […]
The Nature of God Look at the video (God, Soul, and Wisdom) and use your textbook and outside resources to answer the following the question in no more than 4 double spaced pages. What is the nature of god in Hinduism? How do hindus reconcile the notion of “many paths to god” as well as seeing that the pantheon of Hindu gods are but manifestations of a single god. Defend the idea that Hinduism, with its many personal gods and mutliple belief systems can be viewed as the ultimate monotheistic religion. As part of your discussion, address the specific Hindu […]