Current Partners

Already a participating EQUIP Church or Organization?

Thank you for allowing us to partner with you to train gospel ministry leaders to serve the local church and fulfill the Great Commission. We hope you experience what we believe to be the most robust ministry preparation available for students, blending theological education with real-life ministry. We count it a privilege to be able to partner with you in disciple-making through EQUIP. Your investment in students is paying rich dividends in the Kingdom.

Available Courses

PMN7900/EQC - Mentored Internship

BCO7900/EQC – Mentored Counseling Internship

Syllabus Templates

PMN6501/EQC - Pastoral Ministry & Leadership Practicum

PMN6733/EQC - Christian Leadership Practicum

PMN6721/EQC - Administration & Education in the Local Church Practicum

PRS6101/EQC - Bible Exposition I: Hermeneutics & Preparation Practicum

PRS6501/EQC - Bible Exposition II: Communication & Delivery Practicum

BCO5502/EQC - Biblical Counseling Practicum (Counseling Training Required)

MIS6551/EQC - Developing a Church Planting Methodology Practicum

MIS6541/EQC - North American Church Planting Practicum

MIS6591/EQC - International Church Planting Practicum

MIS5101/EQC - Christian Missions: Principles and Practice Practicum

EVA5101/EQC - Evangelism: Nature and Practice Practicum

EVA6611/EQC - Personal Discipleship & Disciple-Making Practicum

Syllabus Templates

  1. EQUIP Leaders must submit their desired syllabus and all student registration information 4 weeks before the first day of the semester using the Student Registration Form. 
  2. Note that the form will as you for the student(s) full legal name(s) and SEBTS ID number. Make sure you have that on hand before submitting.
  3. Please refer to the academic calendar to view semester start and end dates
  4. Once you have submitted the registration form and the updated syllabus is approved, the EQUIP Offices will manually register students for their respective classes. Please note that students will be charged tuition for the course upon registration. Late fees may be incurred if the student registration lists or syllabi are returned after the due date.A confirmation email will be sent to each individual student making him or her aware of their successful registration and relevant tuition charges.

  1. Always secure the most up-to-date syllabus template for the course you are desiring to teach.
  2. Be aware of Course Artifact assignments. These are assignments which ask for the student to turn them in to you as well as through the submission portal on Moodle. These assignments cannot be removed or modified.
  3. Only submit one Student Registration Form. The forms will allow you to include multiple students, multiple courses, and multiple course syllabi. Keeping your semester in one form will help our office keep all of your information in one place.
  4. Think two months ahead. Our deadlines for submitting Student Registration Forms are normally one month before the first day of classes in the upcoming semester. With this in mind, it will prove helpful for you to download the syllabus templates for the course you are desiring to teach the upcoming semester two months before the first day of classes. This will give you one month to mull over the revisions you would like to make to the template before having to submit it. 

1. Begin grading student assignments.  


  • Our Administrative Assistant will send monthly check-in emails with important date and deadline information. Note that you can feel free to respond to those emails for assistance. 

2. Towards the end of the semester, Practicum Instructors will receive an email asking to confirm the student(s) and course(s). Please respond with a confirmation and/or any necessary adjustments. 


  • Mentor must evaluate all student assignments to determine if the student will be given a Pass or Fail 
  • Mentor must complete a Mentored Internship Evaluation Form-Mentor for each student for whom they serve as a mentor. This form will ask the mentor to assign a Pass or Fail for the student and will not require an itemized list of grades for student assignments. Deadline is one week after the last day of classes according to the SEBTS Academic Calendar. 
  • Student must complete a Mentored Internship Evaluation Form-Student in order to pass the course and receive their gradeDeadline is one week after the last day of classes according to the SEBTS Academic Calendar. 
  • *The student will receive an “Incomplete” as their final grade if the EQUIP office does not receive both of these forms by the submission deadline. 



  • Practicum Instructor is responsible for grading all assignments, calculating a final percentage grade, and collecting an itemized rendering of grades in a Grade Report for each participating student. 
  • Practicum Instructor must submit a grade report using the Student Grade Submission Form no later than one week after the last day of the semester according to the SEBTS Academic Calendar. 
  • Grade Report should include: 
    • Percentage grade for each student’s individual assignments 
    • Overall final percentage grade 
  • Upon completion of the Student Grade Submission and EQUIP Partner Feedback forms, the EQUIP office will begin disbursing stipends to Practicum Instructors. If you are finishing up your first semester of offering an EQUIP Practicum course, we will reach out to you in order to get a copy of your W-9 and get the process started. 
  • Stipend Structure: 
    • $500 for 1st student in a given course 
    • $150 for every student thereafter 
    • No cap on amount to be disbursed 
  • Note that those serving as a mentor for PMN7900, BCO7900, MIN4900, and MIN4645 are not eligible to receive a stipend.