Doctor of Ministry
A ministry of lasting influence demands a preoccupation with a message of eternal significance: the transformational gospel of Jesus Christ.
This conviction defines the emphasis of the Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degree program: a course of study aimed at achieving the most advanced degree in pastoral training. It encompasses three areas of concentrated study—Christ-Centered Preaching, Gospel Spirituality, and Pastoral Leadership—delivered by a distinctive faculty that includes internationally-recognized ministry leaders like: D. A. Carson, Bryan Chapell, Bruce Ware, Timothy Witmer, and Ray Ortlund, Jr. Interactive classes, chosen by the student, are combined with extensive reading and research to produce a dissertation that seeks to make a unique and significant contribution to the field of pastoral ministry.
Are you interested in such a degree, given that the ever-present challenges facing leaders in Christian ministry demand nothing less than the potent application of the gospel of Jesus Christ? You should be. Its potential for transformational influence is incalculable.
|David Hansen||The Art of Pastoring||November 11-14|
|Mark DeYmaz||Multicultural Ministry in Contemporary Context||February 3-6|
|Ray Ortlund, Jr.||Preaching the Gospel from the Old Testament||April 21-24|
|Gary Thomas||Authentic Faith||June 2-5|
|Art Azurdia||Effecting Gospel-Centered Transformation||June 9-12|