The Christian Service program is intended to prepare students for middle leadership training typical in the Evangelical and Pentecostal Church. It includes introductory training to several roles of leadership giving a wide spectrum of ministry. However, this program builds on the Christian Life Series’ goal of discipleship; thus training believers in the discipline of the Christian Life. A DescribethepurposeofChristianservice.Discriminate the four different domains of Christian Service.Demonstrate their abilities to serve their community.Integrate the different service domains in the Christian walk.Design (Create) lessons to teach the value of Christian Service.Justify the statement of “Christians are co-workers with Christ.”Affective (Volition) domainRespond to their calling they received.Discern how to use their gifts and talents.Participate in their Church programs.Display Christlikeness in their community.Manage a responsible lifestyle in difficult stages of life.Feel for those who are troubled and be their comfort.
Skills (Psychomotor) Domains Assemble home groups to disciple new believers.Display learned Christian service principles in daily living.Coordinate middle leadership with leaders and followersPractice the art of homileticsCounsel hurting and troubled peopleLead in praise and worshipDesign a personal conative life style exhibiting exemplary citizens.This program is ideal to study as a group in different setting such as independent distance learning or in the traditional classroom. This is as long as the 5 hour contact hours/ ECTS is kept with a GIT approved instructors.