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World Geography and God's Heart for the Nations

Over 2,000 years ago, Jesus gave us the Great Commission to go and preach the good news of the Gospel to the ends of the earth. Today, billions of people have still never heard of Jesus, and billions more are living in poverty, abusive circumstances, and hopelessness. This course will not only open students' eyes to the needs of the world around them but will also broaden their understanding of the world and inspire them with a new passion and purpose that that they will take with them for the rest of their lives. 

About the Course

This course is for any student in 8th-12th grade who wants to understand the world around them and learn about how their interests and ambitions can change the world. This course will cover a variety of topics including:

  • A summary of the major world religions

  • Intercultural communication

  • Worldviews and forms of thought from around the world

  • Missionaries and missions movements throughout history

  • Cultural anthropology

  • How Scripture shows God's heart for the nations

  • The global church and the needs of various nations

  • Local and global evangelism

  • Global current events

  • Real-life missionary experiences

  • Using your career to live out God's mission both locally and globally

  • And many more!

This is very different from any course you have ever encountered. This is an opportunity to for a student to broaden their perspectives, discover a new purpose for their passions, and experience the joy and life change that comes from living on mission for God's global purpose.  

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About the Instructor

Natasha Cudd is the co-founder of From One Child to Another and has been involved in international missions for over a decade. After God used her passion for reading and public speaking to raise funds for a school in Uganda when she was eight years old, Natasha then travelled all over the United States motivating students to listen to God's calling to change the world by using the gifts that he has given them. Through her work with From One Child to Another, she has partnered with Hope for Orphans to develop student-focused missions education curriculum, helped students all over the United States launch their own missions projects, and has done mission work in Uganda, Haiti, Nepal, Mexico, and Paraguay. ​

 

Natasha has a Master of Arts in Global Studies from Liberty University and is currently pursuing her Master of Divinity from Liberty. She and her husband Wyatt live in Lynchburg, Virginia and enjoy hiking and reading in their spare time.

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FAQ

When and where does this course meet?

This course meets through zoom meetings which offers homeschool families flexibility for travel, co-ops, and other activities. Students can choose from three options. One session meets from 10am-11:30am EST on Tuesdays, another session meets from 11:30am-1pm EST on Wednesdays, and the last session meets from 10am-11:30am EST on Fridays. 

What academic credits are awarded through this course?

This course awards students with one year of high school world geography credit, a half credit of high school literature, and a half credit of high school Bible. If a student wishes to obtain a full credit of high school literature and/or Bible, they can earn that by completing a few extra projects throughout the course.

How much does this course cost?

The course tuition is $500 for the full school year. This can be paid up front or in monthly payments.

 

When does this course start and end? 

Classes will start the week following Labor Day and will end the week of May 5th 2025. We will also take off the week of Thanksgiving and Spring Break (March 10th-14th), as well as time for Christmas break (Dec. 21st-Jan. 12th). 

Who should I contact with more questions?

Feel free to email Natasha Cudd at nkleininger@liberty.edu. Don't hesitate to reach out!

Register Today

Click on the link below to register. 

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