Self-control in the life of discipleship speaks of a transformed heart, a changed life and the power of the Holy Spirit guiding us along our Christian journey. We often look at self-control as refraining from actions we secretly want to do. But in Galatians, Paul reminds believers who they are in Christ. We are set free and the dispositions of our hearts have been changed, so that instead of following the whims of our sinful nature, we live with the mind of Christ. We then walk as Christ walked in the work of faith, the patience of hope and the labor of love.

Courses on The Life of Discipleship

 CD501 РVocation of Ministry

CD605 – Gospel Catechesis: Transformative Discipleship

CD/MF615 Family Development: Discipleship and the Home

CS/CD/MS676 Discipling for Evangelism and Social Justice

MS750/ME950 Missional Discipleship

MS714/ME914 Theology of Evangelism

MS735/ME935 Wesleyan Missiology

MM520, 620, 720 and various practicums 

SF502 The Spiritual Life of the Leader

SF625 Theology & Spiritual Formation

SF630 Wesleyan Tradition and Spiritual Formation

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