have been asked by the church elders or leaders to help guide your
faith community through a discussion and ethical response to one of
the following issues that mark a broken and watching world:
and related issues
one of the issues listed above that is most related to your ministry,
and create a 15‐20 slide presentation for your faith community that
guides a discussion and ethical response to the chosen issue.
Consider the Code of Ethics for Pastors and the GCU Ethical Positions
Statement when responding to the following:
is the issue? How does the previous study of Jonah in this course
help inform how you engage with the chosen issue?
does the Christian worldview address this issue in light of mercy,
justice, and compassion?
biblical, theological, and ethical principles for this issue align
with the values, vision, and mission of your ministry context?
on these ethical principles, what are practical steps that you can
use to encourage those in your sphere of influence or ministry
context who may need to understand and engage with this issue?
Provide specific examples.
addition, create a title slide, reference slides, and slide notes
that provide detailed explanations.
three to five scholarly resources and the Bible to support your
Turabian style is not required for the body of this assignment,
solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources
should be presented using Turabian formatting guidelines, which can
be found in the Turabian Style Guide, located in the Student Success
assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning
the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for
are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the
Technical Support articles
benchmark assignment assesses the following competency:
Leadership, MA‐Christian Ministry, MA‐Urban Ministry, MA‐Youth
and Family Ministry
Apply ethical principles to ministry situations.
Apply theological and ethical principles to ministry situations.
(MC2, MC3, MC4)(ATS A2.4)
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