About the Certification
The Certification Program in Religion and Missions offers a study in the frameworks of religious thought in the present global context. This program provides a review of cults and religion, American media and pop culture, methodologies for evangelism through the lens of contextual education, religious conflict in contemporary global affairs, and developing a narrative to share the gospel through contextual missions.
This Certification is an 18-hour “stand-alone” credential but will transfer into Harbinger’s Master’s Degree, which requires an additional 18-hours of graduate study.
REQUIRED COURSES (18-HOURS)
Associate Professor Brandon E. Edwards, M.A. (Candidate)
Brandon Jackson, M.Ed.
Adjunct Professor of Digital Media
J. Jovan Payes. M.A. (Candidate)
Lecturer of Contextual Missions