Future Practical Project Development
While you are in this academic program, you have access to immense resources for study and learning! E-books, full text articles, honest-to-goodness print/paper books (remember those?), and little ol' me.
I will try to direct you to resources available to you when you leave here. They will be more limited than you have now but you will have resources.
So, as you go through the steps to complete this assignment, be thinking about how you might find resources you need close to your place of ministry.
Your Assignment (See your syllabus)
Your assignment is to "select a practical project that addresses a problem/issue in one's ministry context." Among other things, you need to compile an annotated bibliography, use standard research techniques, and suggest further areas for research. The end result is "to use a form of problem solving and research that may be useful in practical project development in the future."
After 18 years of ministry, I can think of a plethora of issues you might face in ministry. Here's the thing, though -- each of your ministry sites is unique. You are in a different place, even a different time (in the sense of values and customs), from your colleagues. So, you may share among one another about your project but realize that your "spin" will be custom fitted to you. It could happen, for example, that two of you might run the exact same search, get the very same results, but use very different resources from that list.
So, do your research and begin your project. Most of all, share with one another and have some fun!