Instructions Objective: Demonstrate the ability to develop an educational plan f

Instructions
Objective: Demonstrate the ability to develop an educational plan for a local church.
For this assignment you must follow the link to download a free calendar from buildingfaith.org. This calendar will offer you an example of what you are to do. You will use this tool to develop an educational plan, including themes and events, for a local church.
Building Faith Free Calendar
You may build your own or type directly into the document.
Choose and identify the age group (adult, youth, children) of your focus.
Plan an outline and calendar including a year’s worth of themes and events within your educational plan. Don’t forget to use the insights, questions, and recommendations from your peers in the WK5 Church Education Calendar Discussion.
The example provided from this site plugs in events on the Christian calendar like Pentecost and Easter. Consider tying your educational themes and topics to these.
All written assignments should be formatted using APA. For the current OCU APA Template, click the Student Toolkit in the top navigation bar and view the APA: Citation and Formatting Help page.

Discussion Prompt: Putting ASERVIC into Practice Consider the ASERVIC guidelines

Discussion Prompt: Putting ASERVIC into Practice
Consider the ASERVIC guidelines as provided in this week’s reading and answer the following questions.
Many within the secular counseling field do not think spiritual formation is relevant to healing. In light of the ASERVIC guidelines, how might spirituality be important to the healing of your future clients?
Do you find anything within the ASERVIC ethical code concerning?
What conditions do you think are necessary for the ethical integration of spiritual formation into the counseling relationship?
How does this influence your perception of spirituality in clinical practice?
I have attached another students discussion as an example for this assignment, but do not copy!

APOLOGETIC BACKGROUND ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS OVERVIEW At the start of this jour

APOLOGETIC BACKGROUND ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
OVERVIEW
At the start of this journey into the world of apologetics, you are in a unique position. Not just in
this class, mind you (although that may be a privilege for some), but as an image-bearer with
immeasurable worth you have your own unique history, thoughts, reactions, emotions, ideas, and
insights that you bring to the apologetic conversation. Your own background and experience –
limited though it may be for now – is an asset and a gift to the Cross-shaped community seeking
to understand and contend for the gospel of Jesus Christ. To foster that posture of listening to and
learning from one another, you must begin by reflecting on where you have come from and
where you are right now in your apologetic journey, so that you may begin to move forward into
a new stage of discernment and understanding. To be used by God as a good apologist who is
thoroughly shaped by the Cross, introspection and honesty must be guiding principles at the start
of and throughout your course of study.
INSTRUCTIONS
Describe your background of apologetics as you begin this course. What have been your
conceptions of apologetics (both positive and/or negative)? Have you previously studied
apologetics? If so, explain the chief motivators for and the benefits of your study. If you have not
studied apologetics in the past, how do you think studying it now could prove helpful? What do
you hope to gain from this study? Guidelines to follow include:
Paper length of approximately 400 – 500 words (not including title and bibliography
pages) submitted in a Word document
Turabian format (review the Sample Paper for a great guide)
At least three (3) citations from scholarly/academic sources, in addition to citations from
Apologetics at the Cross and the Bible, for a minimum of five (5) references
 Acceptable sources include scholarly journals, books, articles, and other published works;
videos, blogs, and the like can be referenced but should not make up the main (or only)
source of your research
o Try to find material that supports what you are saying and/or material that has
helped improve (or not improve) your views on apologetics
o Avoid .com websites or other sources whose content origins cannot be verified
You are also encouraged to view the Writing Style Guide located in the Student Responsibilities
tab of the Course Overview. Once you access the Student Responsibilities area, scroll down to
locate the link to the Writing Style Guide. You will then visit the official style guides (i.e., APA,
MLA, or Turabian) required in formulating your assignment.
Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.

Instructions Objective: Demonstrate the ability to develop an educational plan f

Instructions
Objective: Demonstrate the ability to develop an educational plan for a local church.
For this assignment you must follow the link to download a free calendar from buildingfaith.org. This calendar will offer you an example of what you are to do. You will use this tool to develop an educational plan, including themes and events, for a local church.
Building Faith Free Calendar
You may build your own or type directly into the document.
Choose and identify the age group (adult, youth, children) of your focus.
Plan an outline and calendar including a year’s worth of themes and events within your educational plan. Don’t forget to use the insights, questions, and recommendations from your peers in the WK5 Church Education Calendar Discussion.
The example provided from this site plugs in events on the Christian calendar like Pentecost and Easter. Consider tying your educational themes and topics to these.
All written assignments should be formatted using APA. For the current OCU APA Template, click the Student Toolkit in the top navigation bar and view the APA: Citation and Formatting Help page.