Women’s Ministry Concentrations

Theological preparation for ministry to the
whole church.

We want to equip the whole church to serve the whole church. The MDiv, Women’s Ministry Concentration is a 90-hour degree plan involving our core Bible, theology, and ministry courses, complemented by focused practicums in women’s studies, evangelism, discipleship, and more. The MTS, Women’s Ministry Emphasis program is a 45 credit-hour degree adding women’s ministry practicums to these core classes. Interested in helping women follow God’s call in their homes, neighborhoods, and around the world? Begin your training today and join us, for the Church.

MDiv, Women’s Ministry Concentration

The Master of Divinity degree, Women’s Ministry concentration, cultivates a Christian lifestyle, offers instruction in classical theological disciplines, and develops theoretical understanding and practical skill related to women’s ministry.

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MTS, Women’s Ministry Emphasis

The Master of Theological (MTS) degree, Women’s Ministry emphasis, provides the theological and practical foundations for women seeking to follow God’s call on their lives using their God-given spiritual gifts and abilities in and through the church.

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Midwestern Women’s Institute (MWI)

The Certificate of Ministry Studies provides women an opportunity to enhance their spiritual and practical skills necessary for ministry such as having a basic knowledge of the Bible, personal discipleship, and gaining a better understanding of their personal gifts and talents.

The Advanced Certificate of Ministry Studies provides women an opportunity to enhance their spiritual and practical skills necessary for ministry.

The Diploma of Ministry Studies provides women an opportunity to enhance their spiritual and practical skills necessary for ministry in their home, church, and community.

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