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Building on principles learned in African Family Systems (pre-requisite) students will develop their skills to deal with issues of conflict resolution, forgiveness, respect, understanding, and compassion which are necessary for the health of any family. Such skills will greatly enhance their ability to address issues such as child abuse, divorce and remarriage, and parent-child conflict.

Students will learn principles of good leadership in the church and children‘s ministry projects to be effective in their children‘s ministries. Particular emphasis will be placed on the recruiting, training, and encouragement of volunteers in the church or ministry context.

This course is designed to help students to be better informed in their choice of teaching materials in their children‘s ministries. Students will investigate what teaching materials are available locally and on-line, and evaluate these materials considering cost, cultural relevance, and biblical accuracy.

Students will be exposed to various theories of discipleship and faith development for children and teens in order to be effective in child discipleship. The significance of the family in discipleship of children, and the role of the church to equip families for this critical work will also be explored.

The purpose if this course is to wrap up the students learning during this programme. Students will design a Final project that is a unique, new initiative or outreach programme that fits the current needs of their ministry context.

This course aims to share with the students the role and the significance of advocacy in their ministries to children, especially those at risk. The students will reflect on the centrality of advocacy and justice in the Bible

Principles of adult learning and the communicating of vision/mission are the focus of this course which is designed to help students pass on to others what they have learned in this programme.

This course aims to share with the students the role and the significance of advocacy in their ministries to teens, especially those at risk, giving attention to issues of issues of peer pressure, drug and alcohol abuse, sexuality and commitment to purity, respect for authority and challenges for ministry. The students will reflect on the centrality of advocacy and justice in the Bible. 

This course is to practice uploading assignments and downloading reading.

This is a course exclusively for trial purposes.