Many show up at the Doctor of Ministry program at a crossroads. They are wanting to retool themselves for greater effectiveness, and desiring to glean new insights for future direction and decision-making. Fuller DMin classes are designed to do just that, offering some of the best in training and community learning. But often, a leader goes back to their place of ministry still not certain how to process the implications of their studies. This class goes with a student, over time, helping him or her gain the true benefit from their investment and learning.
This mentoring experience:
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"This class could not be more perfectly timed for me. I am so thankful for the chance to work through not only my class work, but also what is next in my ministry. Thank You!"
This course is a two-year mentoring experience that integrates the various components of a student’s Doctor of Ministry coursework, personal development, and unique ministry context. The mentoring process is focused on helping students better integrate their learning and their formation as a leader. The course will integrate the following disciplines of learning: leadership emergence and faith development paradigms, spiritual formation disciplines, self-definition and identity, personal renewal, issues of authenticity, servanthood, and missional contextualization.