The Mission and Justice minor prepares students for intercultural competence in Christian ministry. Demographic changes in North America coupled with globalization have enormous implications for how we engage in mission and justice. This integrative and interdisciplinary minor equips Christians to bear witness, do justice, and participate in God’s plan of restoration and reconciliation by using critical analysis of social, political, economic, and spiritual poverty in order to wholistically develop communities towards self-sufficiency and spiritual renewal. The minor helps you understand your calling and employ your gifts in loving God and your neighbor through any chosen occupational field. Students will participate in a service learning component as part of capstone course BTS392: Topics in Mission and Justice.