The specialization aims to equip a student to lead a church, organization, or mission in making disciples. Attention will be given to the biblical, theological, philosophical, and historical foundations for missional disciple-making and how these foundations serve in developing the methodological expressions of disciple-making. Skills will be developed to evaluate the effectiveness of disciple-making, demonstrate and reproduce the skills of a disciple-maker, connect the spiritual disciplines to disciple-making, and formulate a strategy of intentional disciple-making in the particular ministry context.

  • Modified Residency

  • Residential

At a Glance

  • 19

    DMin hours

  • 12

    specialization hours

  • 31

    total 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

WHAT CAN I DO WITH THIS DEGREE?

  • Lead the local church to value disciple-making and spiritual formation

  • Develop programs to enable the local church to do these things well

What Courses Will I Take?

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

  • DMN 8401 – Recovering the Heart of the Great Commission – Foundations in Disciple-making
  • DMN 8402 – Cultivating Spiritual Formation through the Disciplines
  • DMN 8403 – Critical Issues in Disciple-making
  • DMN 8404 – Strategies in Disciple-making and Evangelism

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