How four students picked their seminaries.
For students pursuing theological degrees, the need is greater and the bar is higher, but so are the rewards.
Efficient, well-run institutions make education more affordable for students. But what happens in a tight economy?
Schools discuss the principles that guide their teaching on witnessing among Muslims and people of other faiths.
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.
Five principles to help you pursue your degree.
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.
Respondents to a survey are at least agreed on one point: seminary education is different than it was 40 years ago.
Implications for theological education.
Study draws seminaries together to meet changing needs in church leadership
Critical cultural shifts call for a new kind of pastoral leadership.
Ministry in the new millennium will offer enormous opportunities--and present incredible challenges. Are you prepared?
How leaders are being prepared for the complexities of ministry in today's world.
In recent years, seminaries have opened their doors to laypeople who don't feel called be pastors, but who do feel called to be better educated and more effective Christians.