Duration:  One Week                                                                                                                        A week of experiential learning opportunities led by faculty within the School of Religion and Philosophy.  Students will stay on the campus of Wayland Baptist University while learning Christian leadership and leading missional project within the surrounding areas.



Course 1:  Kingdom, Church, World  (Monday, Wednesday, Saturday)
This course provides an opportunity to examine our presuppositions and commitments regarding the nature of the Kingdom of God and its relationship to the church and the world.  Thus we will be asking and attempting to answer some very basic questions: what is the Kingdom of God? What is the church? How does and how should the church engage the world? What do we mean when we speak of the “world”? We will address many additional questions because this introductory class attempts to open up topics in theology, biblical studies, ecclesiology, ethics, philosophy and mission.

Course 2:  Christian Leadership (Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday)
The course is designed to be highly interactive in the exploration of contemporary leadership principles in the light of biblical models and criteria for Christian leadership in ministry and mission.

Course 3:  Spiritual Formation (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
The course is designed to be highly interactive, experiential, and contemplative in the exploration of historical and contemporary principles of Spiritual Formation as a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ.  

Photos provided by Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (Stephen Spillman)

Housing:  Jimmy Dean Hall
Events, Meals, and Activities:  Student Activity Center and Laney Center

Faculty of the School of Religion and Philosophy.  In keeping with the mission of the University, the purposes of the School of Religion and Philosophy are to provide education in religion and philosophy for all students; to provide theological education and training for students interested in ministry; and to provide services to persons, churches, and denominational entities.