Return To Campus Plan
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Ministry today assumes a variety of forms.
In addition to more traditional paths such as youth ministry, preaching or foreign missions, many desire to pursue domestic church planting, urban ministry or life in an intentional community. The core Theology and Ministry major at Lipscomb provides a foundation of knowledge, tools and skills that are critical for any type of ministry.
The classroom plays a vital role in a minister’s education, especially with a faculty like Lipscomb’s that possesses extensive and varied personal experiences. In order to prepare to minister in the contemporary context, however, students need opportunities to learn through direct engagement with churches, service agencies and a community that reflects the diversity of today’s world. Lipscomb’s location in Nashville provides abundant opportunities for such engagement to play a significant role in its students’ education.
Grow your passion for the spiritual formation of children with a degree in children's ministry. Your competency in curriculum evaluation will evolve; your confidence will also rise as you go deeper in your research and studies. You will soon serve as a spiritual leader to the young.
You're passionate about ministry, so learn from devoted theologians who will train you to step into Kingdom service, wherever God calls you. We'll provide the foundation of knowledge, tools and skills you need for an array of vocational callings.
Our vocational ministry program is designed to serve as a supplemental degree to whatever discipline you pursue. You’ll engage in both academic learning and theological training. That way, you’ll be well-prepared to use your career as a ministry tool.
Bolster your theological studies with a comprehensive knowledge of the Bible’s early-day translations. Gain additional insight into the teachings of the text by understanding the Greek language.
Capture a deeper understanding and appreciation for the Old Testament teachings by learning its original language: Hebrew. You’ve got a passion to spread the Word, but now you will do it with more accuracy and intent.