Department of Missions

MI 301 ~ Introduction to Missions (3 hours)

An examination of both the practical aspects of life on the mission field and the biblical philosophy that properly determines effective missions work.

MI 302 ~ Survey of Missions (3 hours)

A study of the practical and significant aspects of modern missions. Missionary work is viewed from both the local church and the mission field.

MI 304 ~ Missionary Evangelism (2 hours)

This course details the principles, techniques, and philosophies needed in reaching people with the Gospel on the foreign field.

MI 305 ~ The Missionary Wife (2 hours)

This course explains how a missionary’s wife can be a help to her husband as they seek to raise support, go on deputation and influence their mission field for Christ. Practical instruction is also given on raising children and maintaining a home abroad.

MI 401 ~ Customs and Cultures (3 hours)

A study of the various cultures and customs of people around the world. This course helps equip the student with a better understanding of how to reach and minister to various groups of people.

MI 402 ~ History of Missions (3 hours)

This course examines the history of missions from apostolic days to the present, including the biographies of the world’s greatest missionaries.