Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware have announced a fully accredited Doctor of Ministry degree in Great Commission Leadership, contextualized to life and ministry in the Mid-Atlantic and delivered in the Mid-Atlantic.
Students would need to travel to Southeastern’s campus at Wake Forest, N.C., for one, one-week seminar near the end of their seminar track, and for graduation, upon completion.
All other seminars will be delivered here in the Mid-Atlantic, including four one-week seminars at the Skycroft Conference and Retreat Center, with one or two additional elements delivered online.
Faculty will include staff from BCM/D, local associations, and local churches, as well as selected guest lecturers and faculty from SEBTS.
The four locally delivered seminars are as follows:
• Contemporary Issues Facing the Church (April 7-11, 2014)
• Recovering the Heart of the Great Commission: Disciple-making (October 13-17, 2014)
• Strategic Leadership in the Church (April 20-24, 2015)
• Leading Change and Managing Conflict (October 12-16, 2015)
A fifth seminar will be personally selected by individual students and delivered on campus in Wake Forest, further customizing this contextualized degree track.
An INFORMATIONAL CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST is set for Tuesday, November 12, at 8 a.m. at Ogletown Baptist Church (during the annual meeting of the BCM/D). To register for the breakfast, email Adele Millwood or register online here.