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Church Ministry in a Digital Age: Preaching, Worship, Teaching, Communication, and Administration
Dudley Corwin Rose
This course is practice-based. Students will learn to use Logos Bible Software, the internet, and various computer applications to: 1) research and prepare sermons, 2) develop educational and study-group materials, 3) develop websites and other communication tools, 4) develop and implement electronic presentation resources for worship and teaching, and 5) use computer-based administrative systems in a congregational setting. In addition, the course will look critically at the use of electronic media, social-networking and multi-tasking in the church and society at large.
Enrollment Limited: Limited to 12 students. Instructor's permission required.
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Expected to be offered Spring 2016
Course location to be announced.
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