Courses in Pastoral Studies are designed specifically for those who intend to go into full-time ministry; a minimum of one year of Hebrew or Greek and the completion of B201-06 Bible Survey, B211-13 Theology, LR201 Logical Reasoning and Research, and B222-23 Apologetics (or professor's special permission) will be required to take any Pastoral Studies courses.
P251-53 Pastoral Ministries
The course will focus on all aspects of the pastorate; class work will be combined with real life situations and problems.
P261-62 Sermon Preparation
(Prerequisite B161 Exegesis and Hermeneutics) How to take the promptings of the Holy Spirit and turn them into something people will want to listen to. Includes a review of the principles of exegesis: what to do and what to avoid, i.e., common interpretive mistakes.
P271-3 Church Administration
The business end of the church will be studied in this class: how to survive finances, church budgets, and business meetings; how to provide for staffing, facilities, and day-to-day functions.
P875-7 Church Education
Developing and running a church Sunday School program.
P807-9 Church Finances
Practical work on budgeting and organizing church finances.
P825 Church Music Ministry
Running the music ministry of a church; song selection.
P862 Preaching and Teaching
(Prerequisites - B161 Exegesis and Hermeneutics; B261-62 Sermon Preparation) Teaching and preaching in an actual church setting.
P281 Theology of Evangelism
A theology of evangelism, its importance, and the biblical imperative.
P860 Practical Evangelism
Participating in outreach into the local community and involvement in evangelistic meetings.
P691-93 Church Planting
The student will be involved in beginning a new church.
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