The D.Min. Degree Program seeks to enhance critical thinking skills that inform theological thinking, written and oral proficiency, community conversation and contextual awareness, personal and spiritual growth so that graduates are able to:
Define and analyze complex situations to understand the various factors involved and to identify opportunities for effective mission and ministry.
Organize insights from biblical studies, theology and the social sciences to address the issues involved in one’s ministry and to unite vision and mission for the church and beyond.
Take responsible action with a deeper grasp of, homiletical, educational, pastoral care and leadership issues, enhanced by a biblical, historical and theological heritage.
Evaluate actions and their outcomes from a variety of perspectives.
Articulate a vision for ministry in its various forms and to be accountable to one’s self: emotional and physical wellbeing, personal and spiritual growth.