Doctorate of Ministry

D.Min 545 Biblical leadership
Examine Biblical Doctrine; and the potential dangers of denominations.
Explore Councils, Creeds and Confessing a Common Christian Tradition. Identify Biblical communication skills. Examine scriptural advice on setting ministerial goals. Discover Godly wisdom in God’s word. Explore individual/group reflection. 

D.Min. 355: Urban Ministries
Focus on Urban Ministries.  Discover ministerial outreach programs for urban areas. Examine God’s view of stress, and His remedy for frustration. Discover God’s desire to lead followers through His word. Search the scriptures for God’s calling a believer’s life. Study what the Bible says about anxiety, depression, love and hate, search for Biblical answers in dealing with these issues.

D.Min. 367 Critical Biblical Reasoning Skills
Focus on Critical Reason. Examine the struggle with persecution. Search for Godly wisdom in dealing with such stressors.  Biblical guidance for understanding, for Jesus love for us and others. Examine the Church of the Nazarene and Urban Missions.

D.D.L.D.D. 555: Biblical Strategies for Aiding Others During Times of Disaster 
Examine Biblical strategies for aiding others during times of disaster. Discover Scriptural guidance on managing time. Focus on the Biblical definition of leadership is, and how it relates to the believers' life. Study social media ministerial outreach.  

D.E. 402: A Culture of Evangelism
Focus on a culture of evangelism. Examine the evil trinity which consists of Satan, the antichrist, and the false prophet.  Examine the spiritual root of disease. End times defined.  Godly communication skills defined.  Practical soul winning made easy.

D.C.S.Ph 444: Christian Science Philosophy
Focus on: A Philosophical look at Theistic Evolution. Discover theistic evolution is compatible with biblical teachings. Discover everything (except God) has a point of creation, compare, contrast, the term evolution and theistic evolution. Discover God's role in creation through made beings such as properties: size, weight, chemical composition, temperature, form and structure. Study God's control of the structure of creation. From a theistic evolution standpoint, define the scientific theories of cosmological, geological, and biological evolution.

Complete a graduation exam.  Perform 100-hour Practicum or Internship. Contact hours are not included in credits but required to complete degree programs.

Dissertation – At least 200 pages with no less than 80 cited sources on a topic related to the degree major.  All dissertations will be professionally edited by a third party editing company (at the cost of the student.)