Dear Mission Leaders,
First, I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the work you are doing to mobilize the church to reach the nations. I know that this is a difficult, but eternally important ministry.
Second, I wanted to invite you to consider studying with me at Southeastern Seminary. We have two Doctor of Ministry degree tracks specifically designed to equip you to be more successful in your ministry. Our Doctor of Ministry degree is a high-level degree that is ministry based and allows you to keep your mind sharp and improve your ministry skills. Recently, Chuck Lawless has written a post on the benefit of pursuing a DMin. (click here to read it)
Southeastern has two DMin tracks that are specifically designed for missional leaders in local churches.
- Great Commission Mobilization – This is a campus based degree track that is designed to help students develop skills for leading churches in evangelism, missions, church planting, and church revitalization.
- Catalytic Church Planting – This is a field based (in a Mid-Western US Send City) that is designed to help students develop leadership skills and expertise required to catalyze church plants, church planting teams, sending churches, and movements.
If you are interested in either of these degrees, or perhaps another one of our Doctor of Ministry degrees, let me ask you to look at our DMin website (sebts.edu/dmin) to explore the program and its requirements. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to shoot me an email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are in the process of building a co-hort for the upcoming semesters and, if the Lord leads you, we would love to have you study with us.
You can apply for our DMin directly by going to thecgcs.org/dmin here.