Reaching the Lost. Forming new Communities of Faith
church planting is one of the greatest initiatives for global evangelism. By definition, church planters seek to make new disciples for Jesus in locations with great unmet spiritual needs. These leaders want to see more people come to Christ and placed in discipleship communities.
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90 credit hours | Completed in three years | Available online
What courses will I take?
This is a sample list of courses you’ll take while pursuing your MDIV in Urban Church Planting.
- Introduction to Missions
- Anthropology and Worldview
- Traditional Religions, World Religions, and Cults
- Strategies of Missions and Leadership Development
- Personal Evangelism
- Church Planting
- Beginning Greek
- Hebrew Grammar
- Old and New Testament Survey
In addition to the Seminary’s general admissions requirements, applicants to any master’s-level degree program must meet additional requirements and have earned a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university. During the application process, you will be asked to submit the following information:
- Official transcripts of all college coursework
- Autobiographical statement and photograph
- Health record and immunization forms
- Pastoral recommendation
- Church endorsement
- Two personal references
- Background and credit reference checks