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The student who satisfactorily completes this course will be able to articulate a biblical and practicalphilosophy for single adult ministry, …Read more
…gain an overall understanding of the diverse needs of single and single againadults, understand various models of ministry, and learn how to organize, begin, and run a diverse, effective single adult ministry. He or she will also learn how to identify, recruit, train, and motivate effective leaders; understand the reasons for and types of a wide range of programs, events, and activities that are necessary in a ministry to single adults; and have at his or her disposal a list of resources from which to draw.
Course ObjectivesUpon completion of this course, you should be able to1. Understand singleness in the Old and New Testaments.2. Outline a philosophy for ministry to and with single adults.3. State and describe important principles that will empower a church to minister to and with single adults.4. Understand the diverse needs of single adults.5. Explain why a single adult ministry is needed in the local church.6. Identify and describe seven ministry models.7. Outline and discuss a variety of programs.8. Examine and summarize the primary characteristics of single adult ministry.9. Relate the basic steps in beginning a single adult ministry.10. Identify, recruit, train, and motivate leaders and leadership teams.11. List and evaluate available resources relevant to single adult ministry.