This seminar prepares students to investigate, research, and write about their field project. (Prerequisite: DMIN 510) (Credit/No Credit)   For more information on Saint Paul School of Theology, visit www.spst.edu or contact admissions at (913) 725-8289 or admiss@spst.edu...

This course will first examine Ronald Heifetz' theory of adaptive leadership using The Practice of Adaptive Leadership: Tools and Tactics for Changing Your Organization and the World (Harvard Business Press, 2009), plus relevant articles. Two main texts related to adaptive change in congregational leadership will...

Ministry Collaboration Groups are discussion-based formation courses where students reflect on their experiences in life and ministry. Groups are normally facilitated by faculty members. Collaboration Groups provide opportunities for growth in theological reflection, identity and role in ministry, specific practices of ministry, and understanding of...

In this course, the focus is on youth concerns, settings, and resources as they are related to the church’s total youth ministry. Special attention is given to curriculum resources and program planning. (ACOS, CERT: Youth Ministry)   For more information on Saint Paul School of Theology, visit...

The Summative Seminar is an intensive engagement with theology and ministry designed to help students develop their ability to integrate theory and practice. In this class students articulate their theology in relation to their ministry setting or intended ministry setting. This course is designed to...

We all lead very busy lives, but our busyness makes it even more necessary to spend daily time with God. Spending time in meditation and prayer each day has been shown to have real physical and psychological benefits, and helps center us, calm us, and...

Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit that develops in each of us as we live our lives to draw closer to a full relationship with Jesus. Christians are expected to live joyfully, but sadly most don’t. Has joy eluded you in your life?...

The Master of Divinity (MDiv) prepares leaders for ministry in a church setting, chaplaincy, and other forms of religious leadership. Graduates provide leadership in renewal of the church, demonstrate critical and practical understanding of the Bible, and obtain requirements necessary for ordination.   For more information on...

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