Integrating Your Faith in the Online Environment. Karen Jacobs, School of Business Wayne Jacobs, School of Education LeTourneau University. Faith Integration. Mandated in Scripture Romans 12:2, Matthew 22:37 Example for life Matthew 5:13-15 Sets our school apart.
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Integrating Your Faithin the Online Environment
Karen Jacobs, School of Business
Wayne Jacobs, School of Education LeTourneau University
Romans 12:2, Matthew 22:37
Provides the foundation
related to the issues
What would Jesus do about…
food choices at weddings?
feasting at banquets?
#3 Reflect on and search the Scriptures.
#4 Design devotionals
around subject matter.
Begin each week with these Scriptures.
Salt on the Net www.sotn.org
Could Jesus pass the
“Presidential Fitness Test”?
God desires that His children thrive and not just survive.
#5 Develop questions
and activities linking
Scripture to class content.
#6 Use assignments designed
to encourage seeking God’s guidance and wisdom.
Scripture and health
Behavior and choices
Spiritual health and the body
Course Purpose Statement
The purpose of this course is to critically
examine (discipline) concepts
within the context of a spiritual
(distinctively Christian) commitment.
From this perspective, students will be encouraged to adopt attitudes and make behavioral choices that support spiritual values. Students are encouraged to find connections of course content to their faith and share with other members of the class.
(Our college/university) is built upon a foundation of Biblical authority,
which seeks to glorify God by integrating faith, learning, and living.
Key Faith components are integrated
into this course through weekly devotionals, as well as through
interaction and discussion threads.
Online students benefit
when they interact with
each other and learn
from each other.
Questions for personal philosophy:
“The heavens declare the glory of God;
the skies proclaim the
work of His Hands.” Psalm 19:1
We seek to celebrate God’s glory
and greatness seen in creation. Integration satisfies the human
quest for joy and praise.