Ministry to Post Modern Families

Course number: DEPS4202 • Credit hours: 3 hrs


Distance Education Course: In a complex and frenetic post modern culture, the challenges to raise a godly family require religious discipline and effective strategies to navigate the turbulent times in which we live.

Course Description: Ministry to Post Modern Families presents the student with an overview of Post Modernism and the impact of culture on the family and then presents a clear and timely set of skills to enable the emerging Christian leader to help the family raise children of integrity and purpose. Issues in this course include: developing effective family ministry in the local church, trends and sociological perspectives in families, care for families in crisis, faith in the family, life transitions and divorce.

Course Textbook:
Family Ministry:
 A Comprehensive Guide by Diana R. Garland. ISBN: 0830815856

    Instructor:  Jay Dyrland

Biography: Jay and his wife Kathy-Sue, along with their three children (Jacob, Katie, and Holly) live in Sherwood Park, Alberta.

Jay serves as the Worship Director of Heartland Alliance Church. Jay looks forward to skiing with his family in the mountains, and his passions include teaching people towards a greater theological understanding of who/why/how we worship.

On a hot summer day Jay likes to make a pilgrimage to Starbucks for a nice cool Iced Mocha!

Bachelor of Religious Education from Vanguard College
MA in Worship Studies at Briercrest Seminary, Caronport Saskatchewan
Certificate in Cinema, Television, Stage and Radio Arts from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary Alberta


Course Costs

IT Fees $ 36.00

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Tuition $ 696.00
Textbook Sales (inc GST) $ 31.90
CoursePak Text (inc GST) $ 26.25
Shipping $ 30.00
TOTAL $ 820.15

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