Church Growth and Revitalization

The DMin in Church Growth and Revitalization exists to prepare students to lead in the turnaround of plateaued or declining churches. Students in this program will develop skills in diagnosing a church, applying principles of growth and revitalization, responding to spiritual warfare, addressing critical issues, and leading strategically. In this program, you’ll learn from pastors and professors who have experience in revitalizing declining churches. Graduates with the DMin in Church Growth and Revitalization will be equipped to enter ministry with a focused understanding of the biblical purposes of the church and how to lead the local church in revitalization and growth.

  • Modified Residency

  • Residential

At a Glance

  • 1

    Credit Hour Program Orientation

  • 3

    Credit Hours Minister as Person and Proffessional

  • 2

    Credit Hours Integrative Theology

  • 12

    Hours of Intensive Seminars

  • 4

    Hours of Contextualized Learning Experiences

  • 9

    Hours Students Final Project

  • 31

    Credit Hours

Program Courses

It was during my Doctor of Ministry at Southeastern when I established that I wanted to be about missional disciple-making for the rest of my life.

Will Browning DMin alum

DMin in Context


  • Leading the local church

  • Specialized ministry

Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.

  • DMN 8301 – Turnaround Strategies in the Church
  • DMN 8302 – Critical Issues in Church Revitalization
  • DMN 8305 – Spiritual Warfare in Church Growth and Revitalization
  • DMN 8306 – Foundations of Church Growth and Revitalization

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