Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

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Jill Barlow
130 Essex St
South Hamilton, Massachusetts 01982
United States of America
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"To advance Christ's kingdom in every sphere of life by equipping Church leaders to think theologically, engage globally, and live biblically."
Describe the accredited programs in cross-cultural ministries or missions offered by your organization: 
Master of Arts in World Missions and Evangelism: Degree Goals 1. To understand the basic content and themes of the Old and New Testaments in their historical and cultural settings, as well as the historical and theological dimensions of the Christian faith. 2. To become familiar with the basic contours of the history of Christian missions. 3. To experience a field-specific, cross-cultural mission internship so as to develop the skills and a deep commitment to the worldwide communication of the gospel in strategic partnership with the global church 4. To foster love for God and his word and therefore to cultivate the practices of spiritual maturity and Christ-like character, and to understand the Christian’s ethical responsibility in church and society 5. To appreciate and be sensitive to the cultural, religious and social contexts of the peoples of the world and develop appropriate strategies for communicating the gospel into those contexts, with a special emphasis on those who currently have no access to the gospel or where the church is not yet viable 6. To engage in biblical and theological reflections which are particularly essential for effective cross-cultural ministries.
Term of service offered: 
1 to 3 years
Degrees Offered: 
MA, MDiv, MTh, ThM, DMin, other
General Areas of Study: 
Bible, Theology, Evangelism, World Religions