The specialization aims to equip students to lead in Great Commission work within their ministries. An emphasis will be placed upon the pattern established by Jesus and his disciples to make disciples. Students will learn contemporary approaches to disciple-making and evangelism and how to reach into the multi-cultural and multi-religious context of America with the gospel. Skills will be developed for creating a vision for evangelism and missions and for engaging more people for the work of God. The specialization will help you form a thorough and complete missions and evangelism strategy to reach the local community, North America, and the world.

  • Fully Online

  • 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


  • Be a Missions Pastor

  • Serve on a Church Plant Team

  • Lead an Evangelistic Ministry in your Local Church

What Courses Will I Take?

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

  • DMN 8802 – Engaging World Cultures and Religions in Contemporary America with the Gospel
  • DMN 8805 – Developing a Missional Church Culture
  • DMN 8806 – Strategies in Disciple-making and Evangelism
  • DMN 8803 – Leading a Sending Church
  • We do not ignore the contribution other sciences make to missiology, but the Bible is our source book and the standard by which we evaluate everything.

    Scott Hildreth

    Assoc. Professor of Missiology

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