Life-Purpose and Strategic Life-Planning

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The following is an introduction to the course:

LIFE-PURPOSE AND STRATEGIC LIFE-PLANNING

(For a Christian College or Bible College setting)

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to assist in the development of the student’s “Life-purpose” and “Life-plan”—the development of their purpose, mission, and vision statements and a personal action plan for their academic/professional career.

COURSE OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this course is:

  1. To study biblical perspectives on such critical life-development concepts as purpose, mission, vision, re-assessment, mentoring, and accountability.
  2. To write a Purpose Statement based on biblical understandings of “origin,” “destiny,” and “identity.”
  3. To develop a Mission Statement based on one’s “heart motivations,” spiritual gifts, talents and passions.
  4. To investigate the implications of Purpose and Mission for establishing core values and for decision-making.
  5. To learn procedures for the development of personal vision, goals, and faith steps.
  6. To develop an action plan for one’s college and/or professional career that incorporates biblical re-assessment and accountability, and to begin acting on that plan.
  7. To develop Christ-like character and relational qualities as necessary aspects of professional preparedness.

 


The following is an introduction to the course:

LIFE-PURPOSE AND STRATEGIC LIFE-PLANNING

(For a secular College or University setting)

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to assist in the development of the student’s “Life-purpose” and “Life-plan”—the development of their purpose, mission, and vision statements and a personal action plan for their academic/professional career.

COURSE OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this course is:

  1. To investigate such critical life-development concepts as purpose, mission, vision, re-assessment, mentoring, and accountability.
  2. To write a Purpose Statement based on one's comparative understandings of one's “origin,” “destiny,” and “identity.”
  3. To develop a Mission Statement based on one’s “heart motivations,” gifts, talents and passions.
  4. To investigate the implications of Purpose and Mission for establishing core values and for decision-making.
  5. To learn procedures for the development of personal vision, goals, and action steps.
  6. To develop an action plan for one’s college and/or professional career that incorporates re-assessment and accountability, and to begin acting on that plan.
  7. To develop the character and relational qualities necessary for professional preparedness.

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