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World Changer Outcomes

A “world changer” is a servant leader who exhibits:


· BASICS OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH: A knowledge of the basic themes and truths of the Old and New Testaments and the basic beliefs of Christianity; an awareness of Bible-based morality and social responsibility; and a reasoned understanding of a Christian worldview and the meaning of salvation as expressed in evangelical Christianity
· LIBERAL ARTS FOUNDATION: A solid grasp of the general studies that have been associated with a liberal arts education
· COMPETENCY IN A DISCIPLINE: A competency in at least one major discipline of the university curriculum.
· INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE: The integration of knowledge with one’s faith and across academic disciplines


· CREATIVITY: The ability to make connections between various bodies of information and to create new forms and structures
· CRITICAL THINKING: The ability to process information both analytically and critically in order to determine the validity of competing truth claims, and to be an effective problem solver
· COMMUNICATION: The ability to read critically, to write clearly, and to communicate effectively in various other forms
· SELF-DISCIPLINE: The development of personal habits of self-discipline and control
· LIFELONG LEARNING: The ability to discover and process information as a self-directed learner
· LEADERSHIP: The ability to effect change within various group settings; to martial resources to accomplish one’s vision
· SERVANTHOOD: The ability to see and meet the needs of others

Dispositions (Beliefs and Attitudes)

· COMMITMENT TO TRUTH: A commitment to the search for objective truth as revealed in the Bible and in God’s created order.
· INCLUSION: The desire to dialogue across perspectives and cultures without surrendering a commitment to truth
· HUMAN WORTH: A belief that God created all life and therefore all people have worth
· STEWARDSHIP: A valuing of the created order as a trust from God and a commitment to the wise use of all the resources of life
· LIFE CALLING: The cultivation of a sense of purpose and a passion to pursue God’s call
· SERVICE: A commitment to view one’s career as a vocation (calling) rather than an obligation or an end in itself
· AGENTS OF CHANGE: A commitment to become an agent of God’s redemptive plan
· SELFLESSNESS: The motivation to put others before self