Pastoral Ministry

 

PM5000 Formation for Ministry (Year 1)

Professor

Floyd Davis

Adjunct Professor

This course is designed to help students build a strong spiritual foundation for ministry. The
course touches on aspects of ministry such as prayer, spirituality, personal growth and
integration of family, academic and ministerial responsibilities. It includes a day-long retreat.

Pastoral Ministry  ⁄  Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity

PM6000 Traditions and Trends in Ministry

Professor

Charles Packer

Adjunct Professor

This seminar will investigate the biblical, historical and theological development of the practice of ministry in the Christian traditions. It will also lead you in the exploration of significant themes, trends, and developments, both traditional and contemporary, that may help define the place and role of ministry in our time.

We will begin by examining the ministry of Jesus. You will engage in some original research on the historical development of what we now call “ministry.” We will also explore the theology of ministry and the pastoral applications of that theology in your local setting and the implications for ministry in the globalized world in which we live.

Pastoral Ministry  ⁄  Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity

PM7001 Final Project (Fall Term)

Professor

Brandon R. Grafius

Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies

This is the first of a two-part course required for completion of the MAPM program. This course is designed to help students develop the ability to recognize and evaluate a ministerial need, formulate an effective plan to address the need, meet specific contemporary needs by implementing the plan, and adequately evaluate the results of the execution of the plan. The entire three-quarter sequence of Field Education must be completed before enrolling for this first part of the Final Project.

Pastoral Ministry  ⁄  Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry

PM7002 Final Project (Spring Term)

Professor

Brandon R. Grafius

Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies

This is the second of a two-part course required for completion of the MAPM. This course is designed to help students develop the ability to recognize and evaluate a ministerial need, formulate an effective plan to address the need, meet specific contemporary needs by implementing the plan, and adequately evaluate the results of the execution of the plan.

Pastoral Ministry  ⁄  Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ACCREDITATION

Ecumenical Theological Seminary is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools​ in the United States and Canada, and the following degree programs are approved: MDiv, MA, MA in Pastoral Ministry, DMin.

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