Intercultural Ministry
Matt Coleman '01, served abroad in missions roles the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe before returning to the US to work with Samaritan's Purse.

Intercultural Ministry

"His authority on earth allows us to dare to go to all the nations. His authority in heaven gives us our only hope of success. And His presence with us leaves us no other choice."
  - John Stott, English Christian leader and Anglican clergyman (1921-2011)

The Intercultural Ministry minor can supplement a Theology or Youth Ministry degree within the School of Theology by helping you apply the knowledge gained in cross-cultural contexts. If you're studying in another field, the Intercultural Ministry minor provides a framework for you to learn how to use your skills for the expansion of God’s kingdom globally. The program is also designed to be highly customizable so that you can arrange it to meet the needs you anticipate upon graduation.

Intercultural Ministry In the Christian University

The Intercultural Ministry minor is designed to enhance the level of knowledge and skill gained in preparation for missionary service, as well as to provide you opportunities for intercultural service. By studying these topics academically, you'll learn to analyze and improve missionary endeavors rather than simply participate in them. If you plan to stay within the U.S., this minor will equip you to be an effective mobilizer and supporter. The program is also closely coordinated with opportunities for practical service through our CCU2theWorld missions program, which allows you to receive an integrated training approach that blends the pragmatic and theoretical.
Course Catalog
Interesting Intercultural Ministry classes you might take:
  • Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Introduction to Intercultural Ministry
  • Short Term Missions Preparation
What can you do with a degree in Intercultural Ministry ?
  • International Development
  • Missionary
  • Non-Profit/Advocacy
  • Pastor/Minister
  • Seminary Studies



Dr. Johann D. Kim

Professor of New Testament
School of Theology

Many students perceive New Testament simply as a faith statement but they forget that it is also a very old book written in different languages in a different culture. The challenge is how to study the New Testament from a historical perspective with faith. I do not believe there should be competing attitudes and methods between historical study of New Testament and confessing the book as a faith statement.
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