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PROPEL Propel Mission Program

Propel is for young adults who want to share Jesus' story with the world.

The mission program is about people coming together from across Australia and around the world to live in community, study the Bible, theology and missions, and be propelled out by God into the world. It integrates the Diploma of Christian Studies, spiritual formation programs and hands-on experience through placements focusing on mission and justice which could include practical experience in evangelism, church planting, and cross-cultural mission. Propel will develop your mind, heart and hands to share Jesus with the world.

Propel can transform your life as you learn a message which can transform the lives of others. Call us at +61 (2) 9502 0432 to learn more.

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  • DurationOne-year residential program
  • StructureDiploma of Christian Studies, Spiritual Formation and mission placements
  • Fees$1500 per unit; $220 per week accommodation
  • English ProficiencyApplicants whose entry qualifications were obtained in an institution where English is not the language of instruction normally require a minimum IELTS (or equivalent) score of 6.5 with no score less than 6.0 in all bands of the test. A student can be admitted provisionally into the DipChSt when they have an IELTS result of 6.0 with no score less than 6.0 in all bands of the test.
Propel integrates formal learning and real world experience through placements that will have a strong mission and justice focus. Propel students will live on the Booth College Bexley North campus and be part of a campus community.  You will study full time to complete an undergraduate degree and gain practical hands-on experience working alongside people in front line ministry. The program will have three semesters. An average work week will have two days practical work and three days of course work. The three main components of Propel is the undergraduate course in Diploma of Christian Studies (with 7 core units and one elective unit), Spiritual Formation and practical experience.  The mission program will be facilitated by Mission Leaders, Captains Emma and Matthew Moore

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Semester 1

  • B7120 Introduction to Old Testament

  • M7100 Introduction to Mission

Semester 2

  • L7100 Introduction to Christian Worship

  • L7220 Introduction to Preaching

  • M7372 Mission and Justice

  • P7101 Introduction to Pastoral Theology & Ministry

Semester 3

  • B7130 Introduction to New Testament

  • M7195 Introduction to Cross-Cultural Church Planting

  • M7285 Introduction to Cross-Cultural Mission

  • S7101 Spiritual Formation

  • T7105 Introduction to Christian Doctrine

Upon completion of the Diploma of Christian Studies, you can choose to continue on and have the 8 subjects count as the first year of the Associate Degree of Christian Thought and Practice, Bachelor of Theology or Bachelor of Ministry program. You have the option to continue your study online or in class as a part-time or full-time student.

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