Program Objectives

This concentration seeks to:

  • Prepare men and women for Messianic Jewish ministry within the local congregation and in the wider movement;
  • Equip students with the theories and practical skills necessary to serve effectively in Messianic Jewish ministry;
  • Increase biblical and theological understanding from a Messianic Jewish perspective;
  • Provide professional training that is informed by the ministry of the Ruach (Spirit); and
  • Develop practical ministry skills through supervised Messianic Jewish ministry experiences.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completing this concentration, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a knowledge of Scripture and the ability to use hermeneutical and exegetical principles to interpret and apply the Word of God in life and ministry;
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of the heritage and traditions of Messianic Judaism;
  • Articulate a biblical theology of Messianic Jewish ministry;
  • Integrate biblical and theological knowledge with Messianic Jewish ministry; and
  • Communicate the knowledge of who Yeshua is and what He has done in a way that is clear, accurate, authentically Jewish and with love and respect.
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Sep 2019
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