Vulnerable children or ‘children at risk’ live across the world and face numerous factors that can prevent them from thriving as whole people created in God’s image. This module aims to ‘upskill’ Christians involved in working with and on behalf of vulnerable children by developing them as informed reflective practitioners able to draw on a rich resource of applied bible, theological, and missiological thinking.
It is especially designed for:
This module is delivered as part of our MA Summer School, and is available as part of an MA, PGDip or PGCert in Contemporary Missiology; or you can take this module for non-validated active participation.
is taught at a postgraduate level as part of our MA in Contemporary Missiology.
This module aims to
enable Christian practitioners working with and on behalf of vulnerable
children (sometimes referred to as ‘children-at-risk’) to advance their
understanding and practice in that ministry context. Deep and systematic
biblical, theological, and missiological perspectives are examined, and related
to an analysis of several important and complex issues such as:
innovative ministry approaches are critically examined with a view to
developing good practice for students’ current or future work with and on
behalf of vulnerable children.
A student passing
this module should be able to:
is taught as part of the MA in Contemporary Missiology at the UK Summer School in July,
and is available for validated study and non-validated ‘active participation’. Active participation is ideal for using the module as a standalone peace of Continuing Professional Development.
In 2019 this module is delivered Monday 15 to Friday 19 July.
deadlines vary depending on whether you are applying to study as part of a
PGCert, PGDip or MA in Contemporary Missiology; or you are applying to audit the
To be an active participant (see above) please apply by 28 June 2019.
fees associated with the MA in Contemporary Missiology, click here for information on how
you can begin your flexible, part-time programme.
one-week module is available for non-validated audit at a cost of £500, plus a
Mode of Delivery cost of £260, which includes accommodation. For more
information on tuition and delivery costs, visit our fees page.
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