The D.Min. degree may be one small step for a pastor, but it enables men and women to take a giant leap forward in ministry.
How seminaries are addressing the challenges of training leaders.
How formal learning applies to the issues and challenges of everyday pastoral ministry.
How formal education can help build the church.
Seminaries prepare future pastors for the reality of ministry.
Study draws seminaries together to meet changing needs in church leadership
Critical cultural shifts call for a new kind of pastoral leadership.
No pastor--or seminary--is perfect. But with their unique emphases, these seminaries ensure the development of mature Christian leaders.
How seminaries nurture spiritual health in students, both in school and beyond.
When God’s Word becomes homework, it can be difficult for students to keep growing in the personal faith that brought them to seminary. But schools are finding that with a little help and support, it’s not impossible.