MSP 102: The Walk: Learning the Art of Discipleship

The Walk: Learning the Art of Discipleship

The call of Christ is a call to be different, but what does it look like to follow Jesus? The Walk is a course that focuses our attention on becoming a modern-day disciple; a follower of Christ who, day by day, is looking more like the Savior. This class is six weeks long and introduces students to the topics of discipleship, sanctification, spiritual formation, and the spiritual disciples of engagement and abstinence. 


Student Learning Objectives:

Understand the basic components of biblical discipleship.

Comprehend basic elements of spiritual formation.

Demonstrate the practical use of spiritual disciplines in the life of Christian and the life of the Church.

Analyze the central role of the Holy Spirit in sanctification.

Required Texts

The following texts are used for this course:

  • Calhoun, A.A. (2015). Spiritual Disciplines Handbook: Practices That Transform Us (Rev). Downers Grove, IL; Intervarsity. ISBN: 9780830846054
  • Shigematsu, K.( 2013). God in My Everything: How an Ancient Rhythm Helps Busy People Enjoy God. Grand Rapids, MI; Zondervan. ISBN: 9780310499251
  • Wright, C.J.H. (2017). Cultivating the Fruit of the Spirit: Growing in Christlikeness. Downers Grove, IL; InterVarsity Press. ISBN: 9780830844982

MSP 102 in Chinese

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