Bible, Missions and Ministry

Rodney Ashlock, Chair     
ACU Box 29411
Abilene, Texas 79699-9411
Biblical Studies Building, Room 215

Phone: 325-674-3740
Fax: 325-674-6852
Email: ashlock@bible.acu.edu
Web: www.acu.edu/cbs.html

Faculty
Rodney Ashlock, Assistant Professor
Sonny Guild, Assistant Professor
Randall Harris, Instructor
Houston Heflin, Assistant Professor
Christopher Hutson, Associate Professor
Stephen Johnson, Assistant Professor
David Kneip, Instructor
Victor McCracken, Assistant Professor
Curt Niccum, Associate Professor
Robert Oglesby, Instructor
Glenn Pemberton, Associate Professor
Jeanene Reese, Associate Professor
Jerry Taylor, Associate Professor
Trevor Thompson, Instructor
Wendell Willis, Professor

Missions Coordinators
Gary Green, Latin America
Larry Henderson, Asia
P. Kent Smith, North America 

Majors: Biblical Text (BA)
               Christian Ministry (BA) 
               Family and Children Ministries (BA) 
               Missions (BA)
               Vocational Missions (BA)
               Worship Ministry (BA)
               Youth and Family Ministry (BA)

Minors: Bible, Missions and Ministry

Certificates: Missions
                         Vocational Ministry 

Introduction
The Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry offers the Bachelor of Arts degree with majors in biblical text, Christian ministry, ministry to children and families, vocational missions, domestic and foreign missions, worship ministry and youth and family ministry. In addition to these degrees, a minor in Bible, missions and ministry, and certificates in vocational ministry and missions are available.

Study Abroad Expectations
All students are encouraged to participate in ACU’s Study Abroad program. Classes offered at Study Abroad sites vary depending on the site. Academic advisors can assist students in planning ahead for their Study Abroad experience and should be consulted during the freshman year 

Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA)   

Acceptance into Department
The Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry welcomes all who desire to serve God. Some may serve in unofficial or vocational capacities. For those who decide to serve as full-time ministers and missionaries, we view that call as a high call, demanding high standards. We, therefore, require an admission process that usually takes place during the sophomore year. This process, described below, is intended to ensure congregations that ACU graduates are equipped for the demands of ministry.

Requirements for Acceptance
The following criteria are necessary for admission to a program leading to a degree offered by the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry. For an application and further information, visit the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry.

  1. Junior standing (60 credit hours).
  2. A grade of “C” or better in each lower-level Bible course (BIBL 101, 102, and 221).
  3. A cumulative GPA of at least 2.25.
  4. Satisfactory completion of the Readiness for Ministry Testing, usually by the early spring of the sophomore year.
  5. Enroll in BIBL 420 in the first semester after admission to candidacy; usually this will be the fall semester of the junior year. Note that this requirement presumes the successful completion of the first-year Greek.
  6. Recommendations (2):
    • One from an elder or minister of your home congregation.
    • One from a professor at ACU from whom you have taken a course and who is not in the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry.
  7. Personal statement included in application.
  8. Submission and completion of the application packet.
  9. Payment of $80 for psychological testing and interpretation of the results.
  10. Approval by the admission committee.

Revocation of Admission
The Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry reserves the right to revoke admission at any time, if a student’s cumulative GPA falls below 2.25, or if a student’s values or actions are not consistent with those of the university as defined in the Student Guide

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BIBLICAL TEXT (BA)      

BA: BIBLICAL TEXT DEGREE PLAN (BIBL)  
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS  

Bible

    BIBL 420 Introduction to Exegesis (writing-intensive course)  

Bible Core

    Old Testament from: BIBL 451, 452, 453, 454, BHEB 472      

    New Testament from: BIBL 355, 359, 362, 364,

         365, 367, 458, 460, 461, 464, 466, BGRK 311, 312            

    Upper level selection: BGRK, BHEB, BIBD, BIBL, BIBM,

         BMIS                                                                                    

Greek

    BGRK 111 New Testament Greek for Beginners I                     

    BGRK 112 New Testament Greek for Beginners II                    

    BGRK 211 Elementary Greek Readings I                                  

    BGRK 212 Elementary Greek Readings II  

Missions

    BMIS 346 Introduction to World Evangelization  

    BMIS 420 Teaching Good News  

Church History

    Choose two courses from: BIBH 380, 383, 417, 432  

Ministry

    BIBM 300-499 (non duplicative)  

Ministry/Missions Internship

    BIBM 391 Introduction to Ministry and Missions  

    BIBM 491 Reflections on Ministry and Missions  

Theology

    BIBD 379 The New Testament Church or

         BIBD 491 Theology for Ministry and Missions 

English

    Sophomore Literature 

TOTAL  

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 

and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)1

 

12

 

9

 

3

 

3

3

3

3

 

3

3

 

6

 

3

 

3

3

 

 

3

 

3

63

ELECTIVES  

Minimum  

9

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Minimum GPA in upper-level Bible/Missions courses  

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours   

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in

minimum hours required for degree.

2.50

2.25

33

128

 

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CHRISTIAN MINISTRY (BA)   

BA: CHRISTIAN MINISTRY DEGREE PLAN (BIBM)  
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS  

Bible

    BIBL 420 Introduction to Exegesis (writing-intensive course)  

Bible Core

    Old Testament from: BIBL 451, 452, 453, 454, BHEB 472  

    New Testament from: BIBL 355, 359, 362, 364,

         365, 367, 458, 460, 461, 464, 466, BGRK 311, 312 

Greek

    BGRK 111 New Testament Greek for Beginners I  

    BGRK 112 New Testament Greek for Beginners II  

    BGRK 211 Elementary Greek Readings I  

    BGRK 212 Elementary Greek Readings II  

Missions

    BMIS 346 Introduction to World Evangelization  

    BMIS 420 Teaching Good News  

Church History

    Choose two courses from: BIBH 380, 383, 417, 432  

Ministry

    BIBM 300-400 (non duplicative)  

Ministry

    BIBM 401 Church Leadership  

    BIBM 403 Christian Worship  

Ministry/Preaching Choice

    BIBM 430, 434, 435, 438  

    BIBM 406 (women only) or 493 and 494  

Ministry/Missions Internship

    BIBM 391 Introduction to Ministry and Missions  

    BIBM 491 Reflections on Ministry and Missions  

Theology

    BIBD 379 The New Testament Church or

         BIBD 491 Theology for Ministry and Missions  

English

    Sophomore Literature  

TOTAL  

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 

and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)1

 

6

 

3

 

3

3

3

3

 

3

3

 

6

 

3

 

3

3

 

3

6

 

3

3

 

 

3

 

3

63

ELECTIVES

 

Minimum 

9

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS 

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  

Minimum GPA in upper-level Bible/Missions courses 

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours   

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in

minimum hours required for degree.

2.50

2.25

33

128

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MINISTRY TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (BA)   

  BA: MINISTRY TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES DEGREE PLAN (BMCF)

 

UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

 

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

 

Bible

    BIBL 420 Introduction to Exegesis (writing-intensive course)  

Bible Core

    Old Testament from: BIBL 451, 452, 453, 454, BHEB 472 

    New Testament from: BIBL 355, 359, 362, 364,

         365, 367, 458, 460, 461, 464, 466, BGRK 311, 312 

Children’s Ministry

    BIBM 430 Education Ministry of the Church  

    BIBM 434 Developing Faith in Children  

    BIBM 492 Ministry to Children and Family  

Children/Families Ministry Selections Upper Level

    FAM 251 or EACH 466 

    PSYC 392 or SOCI 362  

Church History

    Choose two courses from: BIBH 380, 383, 417, 432  

Greek

    BGRK 111 New Testament Greek for Beginners I  

    BGRK 112 New Testament Greek for Beginners II  

    BGRK 211 Elementary Greek Readings I  

    BGRK 212 Elementary Greek Readings II  

Ministry

    BIBM 300-400 (non duplicative)  

Ministry/Missions Internship

    BIBM 391 Introduction to Ministry and Missions  

    BIBM 491 Reflections on Ministry and Missions  

Missions

    BMIS 346 Introduction to World Evangelization  

    BMIS 420 Teaching Good News  

Theology

    BIBD 379 The New Testament Church or

         BIBD 491 Theology for Ministry and Missions  

English

    Sophomore Literature  

TOTAL  

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 

and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)1

 

6

 

3

 

3

3

3

 

3

3

 

6

 

3

3

3

3

 

3

 

3

3

 

3

3

 

 

3

 

3

63

ELECTIVES

 

Minimum  

9

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Minimum GPA in upper-level Bible/Missions courses 

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in

minimum hours required for degree.

2.50

2.25

33

128

 

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MISSIONS (BA)    

BA: MISSIONS DEGREE PLAN (BMIS)  
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS  

Bible

    BIBL 420 Introduction to Exegesis (writing-intensive course)  

Bible Core

    Old Testament from: BIBL 451, 452, 453, 454 , BHEB 472  

    New Testament from: BIBL 355, 359, 362, 364,

         365, 367, 458, 460, 461, 464, 466 , BGRK 311, 312 

Greek

    BGRK 111 New Testament Greek for Beginners I  

    BGRK 112 New Testament Greek for Beginners II  

    BGRK 211 Elementary Greek Readings I  

    BGRK 212 Elementary Greek Readings II  

Missions

    BMIS 346 Introduction to World Evangelization  

    BMIS 420 Teaching Good News  

Mission Requirements

    BMIS 101 Missionary Life and Work  

    BMIS 102 Missionary Biographies  

    BMIS 245 Missionary Anthropology  

    BMIS 371 World Religions 

    BMIS 421 Fundamentals of Spiritual Nurture 

Church History

    Choose two courses from: BIBH 380, 383, 417, 432  

Ministry

    BIBM 300-400 (non duplicative)  

Ministry/Missions Internship

    BIBM 391 Introduction to Ministry and Missions  

    BIBM 491 Reflections on Ministry and Missions  

Theology

    BIBD 379 The New Testament Church or

         BIBD 491 Theology for Ministry and Missions  

English

    Sophomore Literature  

TOTAL  

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 

and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)1

 

 6

 

3

 

3

3

3

3

 

3

3

 

3

3

3

3

3

 

6

 

3

 

3

3

 

 

3

 

3

63

ELECTIVES

 

Minimum  

9

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Minimum GPA in upper-level Bible/Missions courses 

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours 

Minimum total hours 

Courses numbered 0** do not count in

minimum hours required for degree.

2.50

2.25

33

128

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VOCATIONAL MISSIONS EMPHASIS (BA)   

BA: VOCATIONAL MISSIONS DEGREE PLAN (BIVM)  
UNIVERSITY Requirements  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS  

Bible

    BIBL 420 Introduction to Exegesis (writing-intensive course)  

Bible Core

    Old Testament from: BIBL 451, 452, 453, 454, BHEB 472

    New Testament from: BIBL 355, 359, 362, 364,

         365, 367, 458, 460, 461, 464, 466, BGRK 311, 312 

Church History

    Choose one course from: BIBH 380, 383, 417, 432  

Greek

    BGRK 111 New Testament Greek for Beginners I and

    BGRK 112 New Testament Greek for Beginners II or

         FLFR, FLGE, FLLA, or FLSP 211, 212 (if needed)  

    BGRK 211 Elementary Greek Readings I and

    BGRK 212 Elementary Greek Readings II or

         FLFR, FLGE, FLLA, or FLSP 211, 212  

Interdisciplinary Supplement

    From one area  

Missions

    BMIS 346 Introduction to World Evangelization  

    BMIS 420 Teaching Good News  

Mission Requirements

    BMIS 101 Missionary Life and Work  

    BMIS 102 Missionary Biographies  

    BMIS 245 Missionary Anthropology  

    BMIS 371 World Religions   

    BMIS 421 Fundamentals of Spiritual Nurture  

Ministry/Missions Internship

    BIBM 391 Introduction to Ministry and Missions  

    BIBM 491 Reflections on Ministry and Missions  

Theology

    BIBD 379 The New Testament Church or

         BIBD 491 Theology for Ministry and Missions  

English

    Sophomore Literature  

TOTAL  

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 

and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)1

 

3

 

3

 

3

 

 

 

6

 

 

6

 

9

 

3

3

 

3

3

3

3

3

 

3

3

 

 

3

 

3

63

ELECTIVES

 
Minimum  

9

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Minimum GPA in upper-level Bible/Missions courses 

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in

minimum hours required for degree.

2.50

2.25

33

128

 

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WORSHIP MINISTRY (BA)   

This degree is designed for students who want to prepare for careers as worship ministry leaders. The program includes the first several courses in music theory, music history, some applied music study, and some ensemble participation – but it is not a complete music major. The remaining requirements include ministry, theology, Biblical text, church history, and Biblical languages. An internship is a feature of the program.

 

BA: WORSHIP MINISTRY DEGREE PLAN (BIBW)  
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS  

Bible

    BIBM 430 Education Ministry of the Church or

         BIBM 438 Teaching Ministry  

Bible Courses

    BIBD 379 The New Testament Church or

         BIBD 491 Theology for Ministry and Missions  

     BIBH 380 Survey of Church History or

         BIBH 383 Restoration History  

    BIBH 432 Story of Christian Spirituality  

    BIBL 453 The Devotional and Wisdom Literature

         of the Old Testament  

    BIBM 391 Introduction to Ministry and Missions  

    BIBM 403 Christian Worship  

    BIBM 440 ST: Worship Ministry  

    BIBM 491 Reflections on Ministry and Missions  

Greek

    BGRK 111 New Testament Greek for Beginners I  

    BGRK 112 New Testament Greek for Beginners II  

    BGRK 211 Elementary Greek Readings I  

    BGRK 212 Elementary Greek Readings II  

    May substitute a modern foreign language. 

    May substitute FLFR, FLGE, FLLA, or FLSP 221 and 222 

    and an upper-level New Testament course.

Music Courses

Theory

    MUST 111 Elementary Theory: Sight Singing and Ear Training  

    MUST 112 Elementary Theory: Sight Singing and Ear Training  

    MUST 131 Elementary Theory I: Analysis and Keyboard  

    MUST 132 Elementary Theory I: Analysis and Keyboard  

Class Piano

    MUPC 113 Class Piano  

    MUPC 114 Class Piano  

Conducting

    MUSE 334 Beginning Conducting  

Voice

    MPVN 211 (two semesters)  

    MPVN 411 (two semesters)  

Musicology

    MUSM 131 Music in World Cultures  

    MUSM 132 Music Literature  

Music History

    MUSM 431 Music History I: Antiquity to 1750

         (writing-intensive course)  

Church Music

    MUCM 4327 Survey of Congregational Song

         (Intercollegiate/HSU)  

    MUCM 4328 Philosophy of Church Music

         (Intercollegiate/HSU)  

Performance Ensemble

    MPEI Music Performance Ensemble Instrumental (4 semesters) or

         MPEV Music Performance Ensemble Vocal (4 semesters)  

English

    Sophomore Literature  

TOTAL  

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 

and are not included in total major hours

 

 

(3)1

 

 

3

 

3

3

 

3

3

3

3

3

 

3

3

3

3

 

 

 

 

 

1

1

3

3

 

1

1

 

2

 

2

2

 

2

2

 

 

3

 

 

3

 

3

 

 

0

 

3

68

 

ELECTIVES

 

Arrange electives to ensure a minimum of 33 advanced hours in degree (may include deficiency). May not include Academic Advance courses. Minimum  


4

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Minimum GPA in upper-level Bible/Missions courses 

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in

minimum hours required for degree.

2.50

2.25

33

128

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   YOUTH AND FAMILY MINISTRY (BA)

BA: YOUTH AND FAMILY MINISTRY DEGREE PLAN (BYFM)  
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS  

Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.

 
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS  

Bible

    BIBL 420 Introduction to Exegesis (writing-intensive course)  

Bible Core

    Old Testament from: BIBL 451, 452, 453, 454, BHEB 472 

    New Testament from: BIBL 355, 359, 362, 364,

         365, 367, 458, 460, 461, 464, 466, BGRK 311, 312 

Greek

    BGRK 111 New Testament Greek for Beginners I  

    BGRK 112 New Testament Greek for Beginners II  

    BGRK 211 Elementary Greek Readings I  

    BGRK 212 Elementary Greek Readings II  

Missions

    BMIS 346 Introduction to World Evangelization  

    BMIS 420 Teaching Good News  

Church History

    Choose two courses from: BIBH 380, 383, 417, 432  

Ministry

    BIBM 300-400 (non duplicative)  

Ministry/Missions Internship

    BIBM 391 Introduction to Ministry and Missions  

    BIBM 491 Reflections on Ministry and Missions  

Theology

    BIBD 379 The New Testament Church or

         BIBD 491 Theology for Ministry and Missions  

Youth and Family Ministry

    BIBM 340 Foundations of Youth Ministry 

    BIBM 341 Advanced Youth Ministry  

    BIBM 435 Adolescent Spiritual Formation  

    BIBM 438 Teaching Ministry  

    BIBM 442 Youth and Family Ministry  

English

    Sophomore Literature  

TOTAL  

1Hours (in parenthesis) may also fulfill university requirements 

and are not included in total major hours

 

(3)1

 

6

 

3

 

3

3

3

3

 

3

3

 

6

 

3

 

3

3

 

 

3

 

3

3

3

3

3

 

3

63 

ELECTIVES  

Minimum  

 9

TOTAL MAJOR HOURS

72

OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  

Minimum GPA in upper-level Bible/Missions courses

Minimum GPA for graduation  

Minimum advanced hours  

Minimum total hours  

Courses numbered 0** do not count in

minimum hours required for degree.

2.50

2.25

33

128

 

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Minors in Bible, Missions and Ministry   

The biblical studies and missions minor encourages general education students to take Bible and missions courses that will deepen their knowledge of the Scriptures and make them a more valuable minister or missionary in the Lord’s church. A deeper knowledge of textual matters will enhance the future church worker’s ability to enrich the congregation in which that person ministers.

Minor in Bible, Missions and Ministry (23 hours)

MINOR: BIBLE, MISSIONS AND MINISTRY (BIMM)  

General Education

    BIBL 101 Life and Teachings of Jesus  

    BIBL 102 Acts-Revelation   

    BIBL 211 Message of the Old Testament  

    BIBL 212 Christianity in Culture  

Bible, Missions and Ministry Track Upper-level Selections from:

   Select (300-499)  BIBD, BIBH, BIBL, BIBM, BMIS  

or

Missions Track

    BMIS 245 Missionary Anthropology  

    BMIS 346 Introduction to World Evangelism  

    BMIS 371 World Religions  

    BMIS 420 Teaching Good News  

TOTAL  

 

3

3

3

3

 

12

 

 

3

3

3

3

24

 

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 Certificate in Vocational Ministry   

The student must work with their advisor and the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry advisor to determine the selection to be chosen.

 

CERTIFICATE: VOCATIONAL MINISTRY (VMIN)  

General Education

    BIBL 101 Life and Teachings of Jesus  

    BIBL 102 Acts-Revelation  

    BIBL 211 Message of the Old Testament  

    BIBL 212 Christianity in Culture  

    Upper-level textual course  

Vocational Ministry

    Select (300-499) courses in BIBH, BIBL, BIBM, BMIS  

TOTAL  

 

3

3

3

3

3

 

15

30

 

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Certificate in Missions      

Both Credit/No-Credit certificates are available to those who major in other areas and desire introductory level proficiency in missions. The Certificate in Missions:

·    Is for non-mission majors who wish introductory level proficiency in missions.

·    Is not intended to substitute for a missions degree.

·    In some cases, can serve as a credential in seeking visas.

·    Requires the student work with his or her advisor and the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry advisor to determine the selection to be chosen.

Note: To establish eligibility for a certificate in missions, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.6 or higher. Only those courses, including all Bible courses, in which a “C” or higher is earned can be counted toward a credit certificate in missions. Should one later desire to enter ACU’s graduate program in missions and use undergraduate certificate studies as prerequisite leveling courses, a 3.0 GPA on those courses will be required.

 
CERTIFICATE: MISSIONS (MISS)  

General Education

    BIBL 101 Life and Teachings of Jesus  

    BIBL 102 Acts-Revelation  

    BIBL 211 Message of the Old Testament  

    BIBL 212 Christianity in Culture  

    Upper-level course  

Missions

    BMIS 101 Missionary Life and Work or

         BMIS 102 Missionary Biographies  

    BMIS 245 Missionary Anthropology  

    BMIS 346 Introduction to World Evangelism  

    BMIS 371 World Religions 

    BMIS 420 Teaching Good News or

         BMIS 421 Fundamentals of Spiritual Nurture 

TOTAL  

 

3

3

3

3

3

 

 

3

3

3

3

 

3

30

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Interdisciplinary Degree in Biblical Studies
A total of 33 hours are required for an interdisciplinary degree in biblical studies. The student must work with his or her advisor and the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry advisor to determine the selection to be chosen.

  1. General education, 14 hours: BIBL 101, 102, 211, 440, and 3 hours upper-level course.
  2.  Interdisciplinary, 27 hours:
    a. Specified, 18 hours: BGRK 111, 112, BIBL 420, 3 hours BIBD, 3 hours BMIS, 3 hours BIBH;
    b. Upper level selection, 9 hours; from BIBD, BIBH, BIBL, BIBM, or BMIS courses.

Missions Activities
Continental interest groups – African Mission Fellowship, Asian Interest Group, European Interest Group, Latin American Missions Partnerships and North American Interest Group inform students about opportunities for missions in specific areas of the work, provide encouragement and offer fellowship. Campaigns are organized and conducted in both foreign and domestic contexts, providing students with valuable experience in evangelism.

Mentoring groups – A strong feature of missions training is the mentoring program. Inaugurated each fall at a mentoring retreat, each person enrolled in a degree or certificate program is assigned to a mentor for the school year. A minimum of one hour per week is spent in prayer, self-assessment, encouragement and growth activities. Warm association with fellow missions students is a strong feature of the department.

Course Descriptions

Please see the Course Descriptions section of this catalog. Courses offered by the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry include those with the following designations: BGRK, BHEB, BIBD, BIBH, BIBL, BIBM, BMIS.  

 

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