The student ministry major delivers the foundation, ministry skills, and attitudes that will prepare students to serve as ministers to youth in church or para-church settings. Students can choose to specialize in Urban Ministry, Children's Ministry, Outdoor/Experiential Education, or College Ministry.
In the senior year of study, students must complete an internship, equipping them with hands on experience where classroom knowledge can be practically applied. Faculty who teach in this major combine education with church experience, delivering to students an enriched learning context.
Professional Development Conference with Kenny Crosswhite – April 5th
Unfiltered Ministry: finding refreshment in authentic relationships
Develop the foundation, ministry skills and attitude to minister to youth in church or para-church settings
Choose to specialize in Urban Ministry, Children’s Ministry, Outdoor/Experiential Education or College Ministry
Combine classroom education with church experience
Faculty with long-term ministry experience will train you in evangelism and discipleship
Get hands-on experience through internships and a variety of other opportunities, such as: local churches, Young Life, Silver Ring Thing, Coalition for Christian Outreach, LeaderTreks, Ligonier Camp, Summer’s Best Two Weeks, Tiger Pause and many more.
Classes you might take
Methods of Teaching the Bible
Introduction to Urban Student Ministry
What can you do with a student ministry degree?
Church youth director
Seminary or graduate school
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER
When Doubt Derails Your Ministry - Kenny Crosswhite Session 1 - Investigating the paralyzing doubts of ministry.