The “Perspectives Course” (formally called “Perspectives on the World Christian Movement”) was founded by missiologist Ralph Winter in the early 1970s. Since then it has become a leading course on missions and Christian discipleship that has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. Perspectives continues to be studied in hundreds of places every year, many by small groups in local churches. It can be taken online or in a cohort.
Perspectives is a 15-week course, usually delivered in a one night per week class, that examines four main themes about the Christian movement:
Perspectives helps believers understand God’s plan to bring His redemptive message to every tribe, tongue, nation and people on earth. Perspectives is a course about God’s mission, but it more than that. It is a course about God, and His purposes for every believer, an intricate fabric woven into the story of history, God using His people to be a blessing to all the peoples of the earth.
All Globe candidates must complete the Perspectives course.
Perspectives can be taken at a Certificate level, or for college credit.
Go to www.Perspectives.org to learn more or to register for a class near you!
Perspectives is a 15 week course, meeting one night per week for 3 hours. Perspectives helps believers understand God’s story of redeeming people from every tribe, tongue, and nation to Himself. It isn’t a class about missions, but a course on how every believer can be intimately woven into the story of God using His people to be a blessing to all the peoples of the earth.
Globe requires this course for all applicants.
The Perspectives course may be taken as a certificate level class, or as college credit.