WORSHIP as a Seminary OUTCOME
By Sam On September 2, 2012
It’s a fair question for any prospective seminary student to ask:
What RESULTS should I expect in my life and ministry if I complete your seminary program?
Rockbridge Seminary’s answer? You can expect to see five outcomes in your life and ministry if you complete a Rockbridge Seminary program.
One of these outcomes (or goals) relates to WORSHIP:
GOAL: The student demonstrates understanding of personal and community worship.
Leads and/or works with other people in planning and facilitating worship.
Performs baptisms, weddings, funerals and other ordinances of the church in an appropriate manner.
Designs creative worship experiences that involve music, media, and the arts.
Educates the congregation in personal, family, and corporate worship.
Communicates Scripture in a way that leads an intended audience to worship and to experience life transformation.
Leads a congregation in prayer and a prayer ministry.
Rockbridge Seminary considers learning objectives for this goal to include observable behaviors such as:
View ALL FIVE OUTCOMES
you can expect in your life and ministry from completing a Rockbridge Seminary program
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