April 21, 2019

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Announcements

Missional University in Top 25 for Remote Jobs

Forbes notes that Missional University is listed in the Top 25 Companies for Remote Jobs by FlexJobs We love sharing great news so here it is…our organization has made the list of the top 25 Companies Hiring Work from Anywhere Jobs. Congratulations to our Human Resource Director, Ellen Farrar! The list is based solely on […]

Welcome Dr. Steve Winiarski to new role

Dr. Steve Winiarski Dean, School of Professional Education Missional University is pleased to announce that Dr. Steve Winiarski has joined the administration as Dean of the School of Professional Education (SPE). In this capacity, he will oversee the development of online conferences, centers, and institutes. He will also facilitate the development of diploma, certificate, and […]

Dr. Frederick Pirone, Anthropology of Art

Dr. Frederick Pirone Professor of Anthropology of Art Ethno Visual Art Specialist International Experience: Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, Central America, the Caribbean Missional University is pleased to welcome Dr. Frederick Pirone to the School of Creative Expression! He serves as Professor of Anthropology of Art and is a specialist in Ethno Visual Arts. […]

FREE Jumpstart to a Missional New Year

Jumpstart a Missional New Year Free Course. Limited Seats. Happy New Year! We are so excited about this that we wanted to pass this on to you right away. We have cohorts forming to take a course by Prof. David Brazzeal on missional spirituality starting in January and in March. We decided to offer this […]

Day 12: Missional Christmas

Twelve Followers Leading When Jesus told his disciples that “as the Father has sent me, I am sending you,” they had no idea the extent to which they would be sent to serve in the mission of God in the world. Each of these followers of Jesus – average ordinary working people – would take […]

Day 11: Missional Christmas

Eleven Educational Innovating Fourteen times in the gospels Jesus is referred to as a “rabbi” or master teacher. True to the rabbinical tradition, Jesus proclaimed divine law, taught in the synagogues, gathered disciples in his teaching, debated with the scribes, was asked to settle legal disputes, sat as he taught (which was a typical rabbinic […]

Day 10: Missional Christmas

Ten Statements Guiding Early in his ministry, Jesus gave the “sermon on the mount” where he laid out statements describing the character of the people of the kingdom of heaven who are “blessed.” He declared that those who are blessed are those who are poor in spirit, mourn, meek, hunger and thirst for righteousness, merciful, pure […]

Day 9: Missional Christmas

Nine Experiences Learning Along with teaching in the synagogues, Jesus created learning experiences for his followers. He taught spiritual truths from everyday life using parables, shocking statements to gain attention, catchy sayings and word plays, poignant questions, and repetition. He taught by example and by practical assignments for his followers with reports on their application. […]

Day 8: Missional Christmas

Eight Schools Inspiring As Joseph looked at baby Jesus in the manger, undoubtedly he thought of how he would grow up. Knowing that most families in Nazareth did not have the financial means to pay for formal Jewish education, he knew that he and Mary would teach Jesus as much as they knew about the scriptures and […]

Day 7: Missional Christmas

Seven Continents Teaching At Christmas, we celebrate the birth of Jesus, the incarnate Almighty God, who took the form of a human, born of a virgin as prophesied by Isaiah. But that incarnation also included his entire sojourn on earth. He adapted to the Palestinian cultural setting in which he was raised in Nazareth. Upon […]