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COURSES

Please find below a list of the upcoming courses:

NUMBER
TITLE
INSTRUCTOR(S)
COURSE DESCRIPTION
START
FINISH
SYLLABUS
APPL 601Capstone ProjectTBDTBD8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018
BIBL 512New Testament I: Jesus & the GospelsChuck CruiseOne scholar has said, “the kingdom of God is a revolution.” Jesus’ life and teaching on the kingdom of God started a revolution that redeems all creation. This course draws the student into Jesus the person, His teaching and ministry as they are presented uniquely through the four gospels so that you too can know the message, which can impact your world.8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018PDF
BIBL 620CMReading and Teaching Romans (國)Sam Tsang羅馬書的的訊息是甚麼? 歸根結底,保羅的信在這裏同樣塑造了新教徒和天主教徒。很多人會說” 因信稱義” 就是它的信息。這個課程鼓勵學生根據古代寫信習慣把羅馬書當成一封信來閱讀。在這信裡,保羅將很多主題連結在一起,從人類的困境到透過以色列完成救恩的大計畫。對這些不同的主題,翻譯者要投入他們最大的努力來找個有條理的閱讀方法,因此,羅馬書的每一部份對其他部份就具有意義。當保羅準備經過羅馬到西班牙時,他正是想寫給羅馬的信徒來幫助他的宣教事工。8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018PDF
COR 500BCornerstone Module B: Love Your Neighbour (4)Joyce Chan, Kyung Baek, Barry StrickerThis course lays a biblical, theological, and formational foundation for further study in all Carey masters’ degree programs. We want to ground all our study on a knowledge of the Scriptures; to know triune God whom we believe, love and serve; to understand God’s heart and His work of redemption; to appreciate our identity as followers of Christ, and to find our place in God’s story and the mission of God’s Kingdom.8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018PDF
DMCO 990Doctor of Ministry FoundationsWilliam BrackneyThis course will engage you in multiple layers of reflection from scriptural, theological, historical, formational, and cultural perspectives leading to contextual and practical engagement using both classical and contemporary literature to plumb the depths of two millennia of reflection on ministry and its theological foundations. You will be given opportunities to practice interdisciplinary integration and reflective skills in their Christian life and service. This course will be co-taught by professors and practitioners from different disciplines.15-Jan-20188-Jun-2018PDF
FORM 500Character & Call IKyung Baek, Peter AhnThe essential foundation of Christian ministry is one’s “character and call.” Skills, knowledge, ministry practices and spiritual gifts are built on this essential and personal core, which is the foundation for leadership. The purpose of this course is to assist students in discerning their call to vocational Christian ministry (inside and outside of the church) and to explore with them the essential spiritual, familial, personality, emotional and character issues that enable a lifetime of faithfulness and enjoyment of Christian ministry. As such, the course serves to focus and strengthen the student in ministry/pastoral ethics. Our learning will be highly personal, dialectic and discovery focused, where more than academic competency is required. Character and Call is divided into two courses (FORM 500 and FORM 501). There are no prerequisites to either class and students may choose to enroll in FORM 501 without having taken FORM 500.Though taking both classes is recommended, students are not required to take both classes. FORM 500 focuses on the shaping of the “Ministry Leader as a Person.” FORM 501 focuses on the shaping of the “Health of the Minister and the Health of the Ministry.”8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018PDF
HIST 562Baptist IdentityWIlliam BrackneyThe primary goal of this course is to assist you in becoming an effective leader within the context of Baptist churches in western Canada by augmenting your understanding of, and appreciation for the contribution to Christ’s church made by the world-wide family of believers called “the Baptists."8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018PDF
INDS 630CMFaith & Life Module III: Family (國)Tim NgaiThis is the course description from the Fall 2017 english course: Families encounter many challenges as the post-modern mentality of relationships confronts the traditional values of marriage and family. Christian families experience subtle tensions when trying to live out their Christian morals and values. This course explores various struggles Christians may face when attempting to practice Christian values in their marriages and families. The course will also provide a Biblical foundation for family life. You will be encouraged to reflect on your family of origin and to explore the keys to a Christian marriage and family life. The course will also equip you with the awareness and the understanding of common issues in Christian families.15-Jan-201825-Mar-2018PDF
MLOS 600Community GroupsCarey is committed to community and believes that learning must take place in the context of a healthy and caring learning community, facilitated by peer interaction which impacts both the understanding of course content and the lives of participants. You are required to participate in community group meetings 5 times per term (2 hours each meeting) online or face to face. You are encouraged to share your learning in your cornerstone module and your experience of practicing the 9 spiritual practices in your community group meetings. The structure and timing of meetings is determined by the groups.8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018
THEO 504The Gospel in a Multi-cultural, Multi-faith WorldAllan EffaThis course introduces you to the perspectives and skills needed for effective ministry in intercultural contexts, with a focus on communication and conflict resolution. It also includes a brief survey of major religions and the challenges these present to communicating the Christian message.8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018PDF
THEO 618Theological Integration for Mission and MinistryKen RadantChristian ministry and mission lives by participation in God’s redemption of creation. Our participation in that work is guided and deepened by our theological convictions. In this course, we will reflect intentionally and intensely on the ways that our ministry and history shape our theological convictions and the ways that those convictions shape our ministry and mission so that we may become more faithful, hopeful, and loving participants in and witnesses to God’s redemption of creation. By doing so, we may also become more faithful at calling others into this life, and encouraging and guiding them on the way.8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018PDF

Course Number
Course Title
Instructor(s)
Start Date (MM/DD/YY)
End Date (MM/DD/YY)
Type (Online/Hybrid/Face-to-Face
On-site/Intensive Start
On-site/Intensive End
On-site Location
Language
Description
APPL 601Capstone ProjectTBD8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018Guided StudyNATBD
BIBL 512New Testament I: Jesus & the GospelsChuck Cruise8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018OnlineNAEnglishOne scholar has said, “the kingdom of God is a revolution.” Jesus’ life and teaching on the kingdom of God started a revolution that redeems all creation. This course draws the student into Jesus the person, His teaching and ministry as they are presented uniquely through the four gospels so that you too can know the message, which can impact your world.
BIBL 620CMReading and Teaching Romans (國)Sam Tsang8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018Hybrid19-Feb-22-Feb24-Feb-2018ECBC CHURCH
Address: 5110 Marine Drive, Burnaby, BC V5J 3G6
Mandarin羅馬書的的訊息是甚麼? 歸根結底,保羅的信在這裏同樣塑造了新教徒和天主教徒。很多人會說” 因信稱義” 就是它的信息。這個課程鼓勵學生根據古代寫信習慣把羅馬書當成一封信來閱讀。在這信裡,保羅將很多主題連結在一起,從人類的困境到透過以色列完成救恩的大計畫。對這些不同的主題,翻譯者要投入他們最大的努力來找個有條理的閱讀方法,因此,羅馬書的每一部份對其他部份就具有意義。當保羅準備經過羅馬到西班牙時,他正是想寫給羅馬的信徒來幫助他的宣教事工。
Reading and Teaching Romans (粵)26-Feb-1-Mar3-Mar-2018Pacific Grace MB Church
2855 East 1st Avenue
Vancouver, BC, V5M 1A9
Cantonese
COR 500BCornerstone Module B: Love Your Neighbour (4)Joyce Chan, Kyung Baek, Barry Stricker8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018OnlineNAEnglishThis course lays a biblical, theological, and formational foundation for further study in all Carey masters’ degree programs. We want to ground all our study on a knowledge of the Scriptures; to know triune God whom we believe, love and serve; to understand God’s heart and His work of redemption; to appreciate our identity as followers of Christ, and to find our place in God’s story and the mission of God’s Kingdom.
DMCO 990Doctor of Ministry FoundationsWilliam Brackney15-Jan-20188-Jun-2018Hybrid22-Jan-201826-Jan-2018Carey:south classroomEnglishThis course will engage you in multiple layers of reflection from scriptural, theological, historical, formational, and cultural perspectives leading to contextual and practical engagement using both classical and contemporary literature to plumb the depths of two millennia of reflection on ministry and its theological foundations. You will be given opportunities to practice interdisciplinary integration and reflective skills in their Christian life and service. This course will be co-taught by professors and practitioners from different disciplines.
FORM 500Character & Call IKyung Baek, Peter Ahn8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018Hybrid16-Jan-201819-Jan-2018Carey:south classroomEnglishThe essential foundation of Christian ministry is one’s “character and call.” Skills, knowledge, ministry practices and spiritual gifts are built on this essential and personal core, which is the foundation for leadership. The purpose of this course is to assist students in discerning their call to vocational Christian ministry (inside and outside of the church) and to explore with them the essential spiritual, familial, personality, emotional and character issues that enable a lifetime of faithfulness and enjoyment of Christian ministry. As such, the course serves to focus and strengthen the student in ministry/pastoral ethics. Our learning will be highly personal, dialectic and discovery focused, where more than academic competency is required. Character and Call is divided into two courses (FORM 500 and FORM 501). There are no prerequisites to either class and students may choose to enroll in FORM 501 without having taken FORM 500.Though taking both classes is recommended, students are not required to take both classes. FORM 500 focuses on the shaping of the “Ministry Leader as a Person.” FORM 501 focuses on the shaping of the “Health of the Minister and the Health of the Ministry.”
HIST 562Baptist IdentityWIlliam Brackney8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018OnlineNAEnglishThe primary goal of this course is to assist you in becoming an effective leader within the context of Baptist churches in western Canada by augmenting your understanding of, and appreciation for the contribution to Christ’s church made by the world-wide family of believers called “the Baptists."
INDS 630CMFaith & Life Module III: Family (國)Tim Ngai2018/01/1525-Mar-2018OnlineNAMandarinThis is the course description from the Fall 2017 english course: Families encounter many challenges as the post-modern mentality of relationships confronts the traditional values of marriage and family. Christian families experience subtle tensions when trying to live out their Christian morals and values. This course explores various struggles Christians may face when attempting to practice Christian values in their marriages and families. The course will also provide a Biblical foundation for family life. You will be encouraged to reflect on your family of origin and to explore the keys to a Christian marriage and family life. The course will also equip you with the awareness and the understanding of common issues in Christian families.
MLOS 600Community Groups8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018OnlineNACarey is committed to community and believes that learning must take place in the context of a healthy and caring learning community, facilitated by peer interaction which impacts both the understanding of course content and the lives of participants. You are required to participate in community group meetings 5 times per term (2 hours each meeting) online or face to face. You are encouraged to share your learning in your cornerstone module and your experience of practicing the 9 spiritual practices in your community group meetings. The structure and timing of meetings is determined by the groups.
THEO 504The Gospel in a Multi-cultural, Multi-faith WorldAllan Effa8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018OnlineNAEnglishThis course introduces you to the perspectives and skills needed for effective ministry in intercultural contexts, with a focus on communication and conflict resolution. It also includes a brief survey of major religions and the challenges these present to communicating the Christian message.
THEO 618Theological Integration for Mission and MinistryKen Radant8-Jan-201816-Mar-2018OnlineNAEnglishChristian ministry and mission lives by participation in God’s redemption of creation. Our participation in that work is guided and deepened by our theological convictions. In this course, we will reflect intentionally and intensely on the ways that our ministry and history shape our theological convictions and the ways that those convictions shape our ministry and mission so that we may become more faithful, hopeful, and loving participants in and witnesses to God’s redemption of creation. By doing so, we may also become more faithful at calling others into this life, and encouraging and guiding them on the way.

Course details subject to change.
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