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MCMIN - Pastoral Leadership

Degree Outcomes

  1. Graduates will have gained skills in studying and interpreting the Bible.
  2. Graduates will demonstrate a general understanding of Christian theology and ethics.
  3. Graduates will have gained skills in teaching and evangelism
  4. Graduates will have gained understanding in spiritual growth and leadership.
  5. Graduates will have the ability to perform the basic functions of a pastor including proclamation and pastoral guidance.

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Program Description

The MCMin (Pastoral Leadership) track is designed to give graduates a basic foundation for various roles in pastoral ministries. It is not the equivalent of the standard professional ministry degree but includes many of the same degree outcomes. It is well suited for those looking for basic pastoral training in a wide variety of settings but attainable in a shorter amount of time.

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MCMin - Pastoral Leadership
Biblical Studies
2B1311Old Testament I3
2B1312Old Testament II3
2B2311New Testament I3
2B2312New Testament II3
2B3311Biblical Interpretation3
Theological & Historical Studies
2T1311Christian Theology I2
2T1312Christian Theology II2
2T2311Christian Ethics3
OR
2H1311History of Christianity3
Leadership & Missional Studies
2P3231Spiritual Leadership2
2P1311Preaching I3
2P1312Preaching II3
2P2215Pastoral Ministry 3
2E2311Effective Teaching & Disciple-Making3
2I1211Church Planting2
2P3321Evangelism3
OR
2H3311Missiology3
Character and Praxis
2P3215Spiritual Formation2
2C1221Biblical Counselling 2
2C1243Dealing with Conflict2
2P2341Capstone Ministry I3
2P2342Capstone Ministry II3
Total credits hours for MCMin Pastoral Leadership 55

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ACCREDITATION

ABHE, ATS, and Government of Alberta accredited school.

Recognized by the Province of Alberta. Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), click here to learn more, and the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), learn more here.