Focusing on ministry in the local congregation, this Doctor of Ministry degree concentration offers students the opportunity to become more effective leaders for God’s people. The program’s collegial approach, with shared readings and critical reflection, encourages students to examine the settings and practices of their own ministries. The student’s selection of electives and the direction of their research allow them to focus on an area of their own choosing, such as biblical studies, worship, preaching, pastoral care, or community ministry.
Introductory Seminar: September 10-11, October 8-9, November 12-13, and December 10-11, 2018 (Students’ attendance is required at all four meetings.)
We will soon begin receiving applications for the Church and Ministry DMin Concentration that will begin September 2018.
The application deadline is April 1, 2018.
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