June
20
Author
ChristCentral Web
Vulnerable Children: Bible, Theology and Society

Enabling Christians working with or on behalf of vulnerable children to advance their understanding and practice.

Developed and delivered in partnership with Home for Good

Vulnerable children or ‘children at risk’ live across the world and face numerous factors that can prevent them from thriving as whole people created in God’s image. This module aims to ‘upskill’ Christians involved in working with and on behalf of vulnerable children by developing them as informed reflective practitioners able to draw on a rich resource of applied bible, theological, and missiological thinking.

It is especially designed for: 

  • Christians involved in fostering and adoption (or supporting or advocating in that sphere) 
  • Christians involved in work with or on behalf of children vulnerable to, or caught up in exploitation, trafficking, refugee contexts; 
  • Christians working for organisations, NGOs, local authorities, or other networks who want to develop as Christians in those spheres;

This module is delivered as part of our MA Summer School, and is available as part of an MA, PGDip or PGCert in Contemporary Missiology;  or you can take this module for non-validated active participation.

Applications to be made by 25th June 2018

To find out more visit: redcliffe.ac.uk/vulnerable-children