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Service Learning
  • Community Advocates support the Christian ideals of the college by networking and building relationships with peers, linking students to participate in the Jewell community’s broad scope of activities, and caring for the whole person.
    Self enrollment
  • This course prepares students for being good marriage partners through a study that includes but is not limited to the following topics:identifying a good marriage partner for yourself, realistic expectations for marriage, family of origin impact, personality impact on relationship, faith as the strengthening part of marriage, and dealing with conflict in marriage.

    Self enrollment
  • Sigma Epsilon Pi is a student organization for those who are interested in Christian ministry either as vocation or avocation.
    Self enrollment
  • This course is a study of life and culture and preparation for a missions/service project in Central America. Central to the course is the Missions and Service experience in Honduras.

    Self enrollment
  • This course is a study of faith development in adults and the role of the community in Christian vocation or formation.Central to the course are the concepts of vocation and paideia.

    Self enrollment
  • This course is a vocational internship practicum course for students to experienece the work in a chosen vocation under the supervision of a field mentor and a campus mentor. Interns function as a peer group in weekly meetings.

    Self enrollment
  • This course is designed to acquaint students with a basic understanding of vocation, approaches for discernment of one’s calling or vocation, and vocation in the context of community.  Students are encouraged to begin a program of personal spiritual formation, which is essential for personal spiritual growth/maturity and effective vocation. Offered each fall semester

    Self enrollment
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