Missional entreupreneurship practice and principles are two unusual modules in Common Awards, or at least more recent additions to curriculum training for mission and ministry. The modules are designed to enable practice and theory. The proposal is to research how students who have studied these modules have integrated the learning into their mission and ministry practice. This will look at what projects, and enterprises with social/missional transformation have begun or been enhanced as a result, and at the ways students have integrated thinking about theology and enterprise.
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