The MPT degree program seeks to:
- Prepare men and women for specialized ministry within the local church, church related agencies, and the community;
- Equip students with the theories and practical skills necessary to perform effectively the ministry to which they are called;
- Increase biblical and theological understanding necessary to undergird these specialized ministries;
- Provide professional training that is enjoined by the ministry of the Holy Spirit; and
- Provide supervised ministry training for those entering specialized ministries.
Upon completion of The MPT, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of Scripture and the ability to properly use hermeneutical and exegetical principles to interpret and apply the Word of God in life and ministry;
- Survey the heritage and traditions of the Church and the Pentecostal/Charismatic Movements;
- Articulate a biblical theology of ministry for the student’s focused area of ministry;
- Integrate biblical and theological knowledge in the specialized area of ministry studied; and
- Communicate the gospel clearly and effectively.
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Last updated March 1, 2017