D.Min. Christian Spirituality Focus Calendar
|Jan. 15-19, 2018||DM710 Theology of Church and Ministry and Pastoral Spirituality|
|Jan. 22-26, 2018||DM700 Introduction to Doctoral Program and Pastoral Leadership|
|June 11-15, 2018||DM720 Christian Spiritual Traditions (Part I)|
|June 18-22, 2018||DM730 Faithful Exegesis: Continuity Between Texts and Spirituality|
|Jan. 21-25, 2019||DM740 Christian Spiritual Traditions (Part II)|
|Jan. 28- Feb. 1, 2019||DM750 Reformed Understandings of Biblical Authority Tradition and Proclamation|
|June 10-14, 2019||DM760 TBD|
|June 17-21, 2019||DM770 Proposal Lab|
|3 Electives (9 credits)|
|1 Final Project (6 Credits)|
DMin Christian Spirituality Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Doctor of Ministry in Christian Spirituality Focus, students will be able to demonstrate the ability to:
- Identify their own gifts and areas for growth in the ministerial practices of spiritual direction and/or leading spiritual formation among individuals and in the context of Christian communities.
- Articulate how key themes and practices of Christian spirituality, as expressed in more than one historical or cultural tradition, relate to the practices of ministry, including but not limited to the ministries of spiritual direction and leading spiritual formation.
- Express with cultural sensitivity the way the themes and practices of Christian spiritualty are shaped by diverse cultural and historical circumstances.
- Use appropriate tools of social analysis to describe how the themes and practices of the Christian spiritual traditions take shape in a particular context and reflect theologically on that description.