Pentecostal/Charismatic Missions

Pentecostal/Charismatic Missions will offer knowledge and skills necessary for evangelism, social engagement, and church planting. This pathway offers students the opportunity to explore and examine the history, concepts, methods, and emerging issues in Christian missions. The historical, theological, and biblical understanding of mission provided in this pathway will help every missionary and every pastor to plant and nurture churches with cultures relevant to communities. With its emphasis on diaspora experiences, cultural and racial issues, and intergenerational concerns, the pathway prepares students to examine these issues in relation to contemporary missional theology and practices. It pursues a critical examination of contextualisation where context does not necessarily mean the local culture but the local culture as it is lived within emerging and new communities. 

Core Modules

BCM709 Pentecostal/Charismatic Theology

BCM710 Pentecostal/Charismatic Missions History

BCM711Research Methods and Study Skills

Optional Modules (Subject to numbers)

BCM706 Mission and Social Transformation

BCM702 Contemporary Biblical Pneumatology

BCM701 Biblical, Historical and Theological Foundations of Mission

BCM704 Generations and Missional Leadership

BCM708 Pastoral and Missional Hermeneutics

BCM705 Missions and Migration in Contemporary Context

BCM703 Contemporary Religions

BCM714 African Diaspora Christianity

BCM715 Dissertation