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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Check Out the New Doctor of Ministry Degree in Wesleyan Practices

Here's a great educational opportunity for pastors and others in church ministry!

From their brochure:

ASHLAND THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY (Ashland, Ohio) is pleased to announce the launch of a new track in the Doctor of Ministry degree program in Wesleyan practices, May 2011, under the direction of Dr. Paul Wesley Chilcote. The purpose of this track is to equip students to understand and utilize the Wesleyan heritage effectively in the ongoing ministry and mission of the church and to integrate Wesleyan practices with the dynamics of personal spiritual formation in community and Christian renewal. Courses will be taught by a variety of theologians and practitioners.

Specialization in Wesleyan practices involves a completion of six courses in addition to the proposal and writing seminars of the D.Min. program and a final project. All of the course focus on Wesleyan practices and the way in which they shape contemporary church life and work.

To learn more about the Ashland D.Min. in Wesleyan Practices, contact one of the following people:

Matthew Bevere, D.Min. Interim Director (that would be my brother): mbevere(at)ashland(dot)edu, 419.289.5815.

Wanda Coleman, D.Min. Director of Recruitment: dmin(at)ashland(dot)edu, 419.289.5174.

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