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 mentored ministry programs give seminary students the necessary skills.
Literally thousands of men and womenvisionaries, theologians, administrators, philanthropists and othershave invested their lives in the training and preparation of future pastors.
Why it might be smart to find a church outside of your seminary
An interview with Dr. Marguerite Shuster
What do changes in seminary education mean for the classic pastoral degree?