Mark J. Hatcher



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The Senior Reflection Seminar for MA’s in World Mission and Evangelism meets on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. The course consists of senior students leading class discussions related to their personal, academic and mission experience, and their ministry calling. The primary source informing each class discussion is the SM615 Supervised Mission paper supplied to class members by each student leader a week before his/her class leadership. In addition to the SM615 paper, student leaders are expected to: (1) open class with an appropriate devotional, (2) direct a time of sharing in prayer, and (3) give an autobiographical account of their spiritual journey and their anticipated field of ministry (see attached form). When time permits, the class will compose a list of practical issues that have not been addressed during their time at ATS. They will take turns arranging for speakers, films, journal articles, etc. that address these issues to be presented to and discussed by the class. A closing experience of worship and a service of “commissioning” will conclude the semester.

Publication Date

February 2002


Asbury Theological Seminary


Semester, Course, 2002, for, Spring, MS701, Syllabus



MS701 Course Syllabus for  Spring Semester 2002