M.Div.

An innovative and dynamic curriculum designed to prepare you for ever-changing “real world” opportunities.

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What God’s Family Looks Like

She has found creative ways to connect with people who have little acquaintance with things of faith.  She invited one young man to play in a community orchestra with her; he then found his way to church.  He spoke about Pastor Cindy as always being there for him.  Clearly gifted, it appears he may be discerning Christian vocation through her ministry.

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M.Div.

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My Experience:

Mark Harmon, M.Div. Student

It was the careful and caring prodding of my professors that helped me move from envisioning ministry primarily as preaching and teaching to primarily...

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My Experience:

Mark Harmon, M.Div. Student

It was the careful and caring prodding of my professors that helped me move from envisioning ministry primarily as preaching and teaching to primarily caring for and creating community. During my journey towards a Master of Divinity degree, I have been blessed to learn from professors who are both intelligent and wise. They have encouraged me to push through some difficult personal experiences and beyond the limits of my self-perception. While they have imbued me with the technical knowledge necessary to perform my ministerial duties, they have also inspired me to think independently and to own my faith. There is, however, another essential element to my seminary experience that has greatly enriched me as a person – the diverse and faithful student community with whom I have had the privilege to learn. Both the faculty and the student body have contributed to my understanding of my calling, and many of the relationships forged during this experience will endure long after graduation.

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M.Div.

An innovative and dynamic curriculum designed to prepare you for ever-changing “real world” opportunities.

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My Experience:

Mark Harmon, M.Div. Student

It was the careful and caring prodding of my professors that helped me move from envisioning ministry primarily as preaching and teaching to primarily...

Read More
×

My Experience:

Mark Harmon, M.Div. Student

It was the careful and caring prodding of my professors that helped me move from envisioning ministry primarily as preaching and teaching to primarily caring for and creating community. During my journey towards a Master of Divinity degree, I have been blessed to learn from professors who are both intelligent and wise. They have encouraged me to push through some difficult personal experiences and beyond the limits of my self-perception. While they have imbued me with the technical knowledge necessary to perform my ministerial duties, they have also inspired me to think independently and to own my faith. There is, however, another essential element to my seminary experience that has greatly enriched me as a person – the diverse and faithful student community with whom I have had the privilege to learn. Both the faculty and the student body have contributed to my understanding of my calling, and many of the relationships forged during this experience will endure long after graduation.

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