The college has a long history of training for ministry.
Programs continue to equip ministers for work with congregations, train teachers for religious instruction, and empower professionals for leadership roles with non-profit Christian organizations. Graduate studies with the college provide advanced theological learning primarily focused on practical ministry contexts.
As you're prepared to help others in their greatest time of need or simply day to day, you'll strengthen your spiritual formation practices and pastoral skills. You'll learn how to nurture authentic community and be the hands and feet of Jesus, wherever you may go.
Study and practice the pastoral arts in the unique environment of the Tennessee Prison for Women. The MACM (LIFE) degree combines ‘outside’ and ‘inside’ students into one learning community.
Intensify your faith in Jesus Christ and nourish a spirituality that will bolster your spirit of service. Advance in biblical interpretation. Frame your analytical knowledge of the Christian tradition. We'll counsel you in learning to lead the church in mission despite an ever-changing and diverse cultural context.
Expand on your experience in ministry and immerse yourself in knowledge. Invest in courses that will provoke contemplation and growth. We strive to strengthen the spiritual formation of Christ-followers living on mission, and with your training you'll be calling other believers to embrace God's mission for creation.
Broaden your theological and historical knowledge within our Christian tradition. Develop reasoning skills that will prove useful in conversation and advanced academic studies. You'll also find it easier to advance your career within academia, ministry, or even Christian publishing.