7.6 Practical Theology
7.6.1 Practical Theology
Courses
7.6.2 Counseling Courses
7.6.3 Evangelism Courses
7.6.4 Urban Mission
Courses

7.6 Practical Theology


The Department of Practical Theology exists to apply biblical exegesis and theology in the formation of godly and competent practitioners who can minister God’s unchanging Word to our changing world.

To that end, the Practical Theology curriculum enables students:

  • To be faithful and effective preachers of God’s Word to the present generation
  • To shepherd the flock to which they have been called 
  • To minister the Word through biblical counseling 
  • To spread the good news of the kingdom of God in word and in deed in the task of evangelism and world missions 
  • To develop the realm of Christian education both within and without the church context 
  • To exercise gifts of leadership in various ministries 
  • To understand the church of Jesus Christ, its functions, its needs, and the variety of ministries into which leaders are called


Practical Theology faculty:John Currie

Professor Witmer, Coordinator
Professor Emeritus Ortiz, Professor Finlayson, Associate Professor Leonard
Mrs. Altena, Mrs. Baker, Mr. Brown, Mr. Currie, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Emlet, Mr. Gornik, Mr. Greenway, Mr. Hall, Mr. Hobaugh, Mr. Keller, Mrs. Kim, Mr. Lane, Mrs. Langberg, Mr. Lee, Ms. Lowe, Mr. Powlison, Mr. Rasmussen, Mr. Rowe, Mr. Ryken, Mr. Scott Smith, Mr. William Smith, Mr. Winston Smith, Mr. Welch

7.6.1 Practical Theology Courses    7.6.2 PT Counseling Courses 

  7.6.3 PT Evangelism Courses   7.6.4 PT Urban Mission Courses