William Carey Bible Institute

Missions Diploma

The Missions Diploma equips students for the work Christ has called us to in His Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20). Compulsory subjects in the Missions diploma are Discipleship, Great Commission, and Missions History. Students will also choose from seven other courses such as Apologetics, Muslim Evangelism, Bible Survey, Conflict Resolution, Reformation, Ministry to the Persecuted and more. All of our diplomas contain course work which includes book reports, sermon preparation, Bible studies, film reviews, and articles on contemporary issues. These are uniquely designed to help students harness their academic abilities and also use the course work in their current ministries.

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

Discipleship

1. Complete the Discipleship Training Manual

2. Provide Four 1000-word book reports on four textbooks. Book reports should clearly state where you agree or disagree with the author and briefly explain how the content can be applied to your own life or ministry.

3. Provide five 300 word essays on what you learned from five (5) audio messages.

4. Write a 3000+ word sermon on “Discipleship”

5. Write 2 Bible studies on Discipleship

6. Film Review on selected recommended films on Discipleship principals illustrated.

 

Great Commission

1. Provide Four 1000-word book reports on four textbooks. Book reports should clearly state where you agree or disagree with the author and briefly explain how the content can be applied to your own life or ministry.

2. Provide five 300 word essays on what you learned from five (5) audio messages.

3. Write a 3000 word paper on “What we can do to fulfil the Great Commission in this Generation.”

4. Draw up an action plan to mobilise your congregation to become effective in fulfilling the Great Commission.

 

Missions History

1. Provide Four 1000-word book reports on four textbooks. Book reports should clearly state where you agree or disagree with the author and briefly explain how the content can be applied to your own life or ministry.

2. Provide five 300 word essays on what you learned from five (5) audio messages.

3. Write a 4000+ word essay on “One of the 19th Century Missionary Pioneers.”

4. Write a 3000+ word assessment on “What we can learn from the 19th Century Missionary Movement.”

5. Produce an article on successful mission strategies for the past and how we can implement these in our circumstances today.

 

In addition to these three required subjects, you can choose seven (7) others, such as Apologetics, Muslim Evangelism, Bible Survey, Conflict Resolution, Reformation, Ministry to the Persecuted, etc.

 

2 – Biblical Worldview

5 – Church History

6 – Reformation Studies

7 – Muslim Evangelism

8 – Ministering to the Persecuted

9 – God and Government

10 – Christian Action

11 – Biblical Law

12 – Apologetics

13 – Child Evangelism

14 – Conflict Resolution

15 – Eschatology

16 – Leadership

17 – Evangelism

18 – Bible Survey