Using peer-faculty relationships, our program creates formative spaces where colleagues can discuss and learn from hopes, hurts, questions and dreams that have accumulated along the ministry journey. Our program invites conversations around current events, trends and issues, while also bringing relevant biblical, historical and practical perspectives to bear on the ministry implications.
Journeying together within a hospitable group of ministry leaders, students graduate from Asbury’s Doctor of Ministry Program with:
- Expanded ministry capacities,
- Increased theological understanding,
- Enhanced leadership intelligence, and
- Revitalized minds and hearts.
Asbury’s D.Min. program cultivates sustainable missional capacities among participants within a formative environment characterized by three goals. Upon graduation, D.Min. students shall have a developing ability to:
1. Integrate theoretical and theological concepts into practice.
2. Model sustainable habits that support mission-focused ministry.
3. Exegete ministry contexts as well as Scripture and theological assumptions.
Join Us for a D.Min. eLuncheon
Since not all students can come to campus for a preview, we’re coming to you. Join a member of the Doctor of Ministry Program online each Monday at noon (12:00 p.m.) Eastern Time to learn more about the program.