Last week, I was asked by a wholistic mission conference (whose meetings take place in the spring) to serve as “Dean” for a key track dealing with “staying focused on discipleship and church planting while instituting wholistic health concerns for a community.” This is a very relevant and deeply interesting topic to me so I’d love to get this right. So my question is, in your opinion, what should be the bullet points for such a track? For example, would you start with the biblical basis for both topics, then transition to the practical “how to” do the two in tandem, then look at a few case studies illustrating when it’s been effective and when it’s not gone so well? How would you structure the outline. I believe we’ll have 7 sessions. To give your input, just click “Comment” below the online version of this item. And thanks in advance for your ideas.
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