DMIN RISKING FAITHFULLY STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
The learning outcomes of the Risking Faithfully cohort correspond to students’ engagement (thinking), spiritual and professional formation (being), and integration of practice in the context of ministry (doing).
Thinking – Students will . . .
- Demonstrate knowledge of new questions and paradigms for ministry and generate questions about the paradigms assumed in their ministry settings.
- Identify assumptions about church and ministry that warrant deeper theological reflection and detail, through coursework and discussion, a thoughtful grappling with previously held assumptions.
Being – Students will . . .
- Demonstrate, through writing and reflection, an awareness of race and privilege in their lives and ministry settings.
- Reexamine issues of call and spiritual formation in light of their own strengths and aptitudes for ministry in a rapidly changing landscape.
- Narrate the ways in which mutually informative relationships among the cohort serve to ground/transform/support students and their ministry.”
Doing – Students will . . .
- Exhibit preparedness to lead thoughtfully and faithfully during times of change and uncertainty.
- Analyze their capacity for risk and innovation in ministry and identify areas for future growth.