Cultural Engagement

Purpose & Learning Objectives (explanation of why and what you want to learn)                                  Strategies (steps broken down into tasks or activities that are related to how you intend to learn)Resources (books, people, etc. to help you learn; how will they be accessed)Measurements (desired outcome when learning has occurred or purpose accomplished; includes dates)
Because I desire to grow in my relationship with diverse individuals, cultures, and ideas,   Study, understand and address the impacts of cultural captivity on the church.  Review research Probe has done on cultural captivityGo through the book Cultural Captives with mentorI will write a summary about the impact of culture on how Christians think about the Christian life
Study, understand, and address the impact of critical race theory on Christian living.Research different opinions on CRTSpeak with mentor and field evaluators who have done work in this areaDeveloped resource on CRT for ProbeWrite an article on the impact of CRT on Christian living.

Part II

1.  List your Artifacts with descriptions of what they are. You need a minimum of 2 artifacts for each value.

2.  Overall Reflection Statement:

For my competence in [Christian leadership, communication, or cultural engagement], I am submitting __________ [name/type of artifact] which demonstrate(s) __________ [what you learned, experienced, or accomplished and with who]. (100-word minimum)

3.  Learning Reflection Statement:

As I developed and demonstrated [Christian leadership, communication, or cultural engagement], I learned __________ [something you learned about yourself, about people, about ministry, and/or about God]. (100-word minimum)

4.  Lifelong Development Statement:

As a result of the experiences documented by these artifacts, I will continue to develop in [Christian leadership, communication, or cultural engagement] by __________ [something you will do differently next time or continue to improve upon].  (100-word minimum)

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