Summer Seminar in Missions set for summer of 2000
For Immediate Release
Nov. 3, 1999
Abilene Christian University students will have the
opportunity to learn about mission work this summer. The
Summer Seminar in Missions is a workshop designed for
missions majors and others interested in missions to learn
about missionary work.
The first session, May 29-June 9, includes courses in
World Evangelism, the role of women in missions, campus
evangelism and linguistics. All classes are taught by ACU
professors and missionaries.
A former medical missionary said of the program, "One
cannot be an effective medical missionary if the study of
mission is neglected."
The second session, June 12-23, classes will be taught on
technology, prayer, medical missions, culture learning,
cross cultural communication and world view.
The seminar is required for all missions majors at ACU
and tuition, room and board fees are charged. Financial aid
is available to qualified applicants.
According to Phyllis Phillips, the Summer Seminar in
Missions will increase effectiveness on the field, broaden
perspective on missions possibilities, help students learn
what is needed, provide encouragement and allow students to
experience cultural church services.
To apply, call Phyllis Phillips at (915) 674-3711.
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