Perspectives on The World Christian Movement Course
Sundays, January 16-May 15 · 6-9 pm · Eastbrook Campus, Fellowship Hall
Note: This course is tailored to serve both Eastbrook’s Missions-minded audience, as well as TEDS degree-seeking students.
Join us and experience God’s heart for all peoples.
The Perspectives course is an analysis of the historical development and impact of Christianity as an international social and cultural movement, with special emphasis on its role in development and social change among non-Western cultures
Perspectives will open the eyes of your heart with fresh knowledge and understanding of God’s unchanging purposes and why they’re relevant to your life. Hear from dynamic speakers who serve around our city and world through this 15-week course!
Professor of Record: Paul Sinclair, DMin
3 credit-hours, MA/TS Elective
Register by January 16 with Jason Froelich, PerspectivesJason@yahoo.com.