Family and NZ Society

Block Course

2 – 6 September 2019

Family and NZ Society

All of us are part of a family of one sort or another. How do we make sense of family in today’s complex world? How do social and cultural changes influence family trends and our understanding of what families should be like, including marriage, gender roles, and parenting?

This course examines the family, and family life, in contemporary New Zealand from theological and sociological perspectives.

Perfect if you are engaged in ministry, particularly to children, young people and families.

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Dates & Costs

2 – 6 September 2019

Carey Baptist College, 473 Great South Road, Penrose

9.45am – 4.45pm each day

$320.00 Audit |$731.00 for credit of full course

Full attendance is compulsory.

Study this course as part of our New Zealand Certificate in Christian Studies, New Zealand Diploma in Christian Studies, Bachelor of Applied Theology or Graduate Diploma of Applied Theology

Your Lecturer – Carlton Johnstone

Carlton is the minister at St John’s Presbyterian in Arrowtown where he is involved in new initiatives to engage families in exploring faith.

He is the author of Embedded Faith: The Faith Journeys of Young Adults within Faith Communities. This book is based on his PhD research through Auckland University.

Carlton was the national leader for Presbyterian Youth Ministries for five years and spent time as a youth pastor in a Baptist church prior to that.

He enjoys the outdoor wonderland of the Wakatipu along with his wife Sarah, and adventurous kids, Max and Holly.

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