Theology of Community and Ministry

Tasks:

While “Theology of Community and Ministry” is the third chapter of your ministry project, you are submitting it first. The chapter should address two elements clearly—theology of community and theology of ministry. Let us look at these elements in detail.

Theology of Community: What we believe about the church and Christian fellowship is central to our understanding of ministry. The theology of community section forms the other part of the theological foundations for your project, alongside your theology of ministry section. Here, you will present a practical ecclesiology—a systematic presentation of your understanding of Christian community as it relates to your ministry project.
In the first part of this chapter, you should survey the following issue areas:

The primary biblical passages and motifs that inform your understanding of Christian community
The essential features of your tradition’s view of ecclesiology (Roman Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, etc.), including an assessment of its strengths and weaknesses related to your project
Perspectives from other ecclesial traditions that might inform your project
Theology of Ministry: In the second part of the chapter, you address specific theological issues related to the ministry project, such as:
Identifying and describing the biblical and theological principles or perspectives that inform the research question or problem, with careful attention to the issues of context and interpretation
Identifying and describing relevant perspectives from your theological or ecclesial tradition
Critically examining other historical or current theological approaches that are relevant to the research question or problem and offering a comparison and contrast with your own approach
After reading the chapter, a reader should be able to:

Identify the key theological and ecclesiological issues at stake in your ministry project.
Understand your particular theological and ecclesiological perspective on the research question or problem.
Discern the relationship between your theological and ecclesiological commitments and the shape of your ministry project.
Typically, this chapter is organized as follows:

Chapter 3: Theology of Community and Ministry……………………….. #
Theology of Community………………………………………………………. #
Biblical and Theological Motifs……………………………………. #
A Contemporary (your tradition here) View of Christian Community……………………………………………………………. #
Implications for the Ministry Project…………………………….. #
Theology of Ministry…………………………………………………………… #
Issue A…………………………………………………………………. #
Issue B…………………………………………………………………. #
Issue C…………………………………………………………………. #
Historical and Contemporary Approaches……………………… #
Application/Integration to the Ministry Project…………………………… #
All written assignments and responses should follow Turabian (8th ed.) rules for attributing sources. Refer to Kate L. Turabian’s A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations and Doctor of Ministry Final Project Handbook for content and formatting of this chapter.

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