Missional Living Track Bundle

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This course track will help you understand how doctrine affects your character, life and relationships, as you and your church community seek to tell others the good news about Jesus.

Modules

Gospel Change
This course teaches you the dynamics of gospel change. It encourages you to apply the gospel deeply to your own life and to minister the gospel to those around you.
Gospel Living
This course is all about the very heart of the Christian life. Living a gospel centred life rooted and built up in Christ crucified, raised and ascended for us, is the goal and power of the Christian life. Learn to walk in the gospel.
Gospel Relationships
The gospel transforms all our relationships. It resolves conflict, and gives new purpose to friendships, parenting and marriages. In this course you will discover how you can be freed to serve and love others with gospel intentionality.
Gospel Community
In this course you will learn the key characteristics of life in a gospel community, and how to play your part in forming gospel community where you are.
Evangelism
Learn how to share the gospel in everyday life with friends and neighbours. This course teaches the importance of a church community in evangelism and making the gospel message relevant in everyday life. If our heads and our hearts are full of Jesus, then our conversations about him will flow out naturally.
Apologetics
Learn how to understand objections to the Christian faith and how to answer with the gospel in the context of relationships and everyday life.
The Bible in Missional Perspective
The reason the church and mission go together is because of the way the bible story is told. this course will walk you through the bible story and show you how the story of the Gospel was always meant to form communities of light who take that message to the world. Find your part in the story.
Evangelism and Social Action
Social action flows out of a transformed heart. The gospel word produces communities who care for their neighbourhoods. Learn how social action and evangelism belong together without collapsing one into the other.