Native Ministries Consortium Summer School
July 10 – 22, 2017
July 10 – 14, 2017
with Terry LeBlanc
with Rick and Linda Martin
The five basic psychological needs of safety, trust, control, esteem and intimacy will be observed in the context of how to heal from trauma and how caregivers can be a part of this healing for those
who are suffering.
EMPIRE,” AND THE COLONIZATION OF A NEW WORLD
with Mark Charles
July 17-21, 2017
PILGRIMAGE AND INDIGENOUS JOURNEY
with Mathew Anderson
While pilgrimage is not an Indigenous concept as such, the ‘trek’ or ‘journey’ (and increasingly, the protest march) bear many resemblances especially to postmodern forms of pilgrimage. In this class, participants will learn with their minds and feet the four aspects of pilgrimage: body, terrain, movement, and story, as they all move us toward transformation.
NEW TESTAMENT I: SYNOPTIC GOSPEL
with Justine Smith
This course is an investigation into the social context of the Synoptic gospels. This course will allow the learner to engage the scripture and appropriate aids to interpretation with the goal of developing understanding for teaching in ministry.
KNOWING THE CREATOR THROUGH CREATION
with Cheryl Bear
Part of the Indigenous “testament” points to the relationship Indigenous people have had to Creation and that this relationship has served as a source of understanding about how to live in a good relationship with Creator. This course will examine different creation accounts of Indigenous people and seek to compare and contrast those with the Christian “testaments”.
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