Jesus Christ gave us as Christians the Great Commission--to take the Gospel to all the nations. The Missions Track provides an initial equipping for students who sense a calling for cross-cultural missions. The courses have a balanced mix of Biblical Studies, cross-cultural investigation and required experiences in a cross-cultural setting. Mission courses address the theology, history and strategy of cross-cultural outreach, using a combination of biblical study, anthropology and missiological considerations in order to help students focus their present and future calls to ministry.”
The Pre-Seminary Track prepares students to pursue seminary training in preparation for professional ministry in a church vocation. Students experience balanced preparation including courses in theology, philosophy, church history, and a practicum.
Why choose Christian ministries at Geneva College?
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What can you do with a Christian ministries degree?
In the past four years, on average, 90% of Geneva students are working or in grad school within six months after graduation.