The Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) program is designed to further equip individuals beyond the Master’s level who desire to increase their experience in areas of ministry through community and practical application based on an understanding of the true spiritual heritage of the Organic-Open Church in the New Testament. This program provides more advanced training for those who desire to grow in a deeper relationship with the Lord and what it means to be His disciple and an integral part of the Body of Christ. The Doctor of Ministry is open to all those who desire serve the Body of Christ in various capacities as well as vocations. This program provides advanced, in-depth training of applied ministry such as leadership and teaching and is ideal for those with apostolic, prophetic, pastoral, teaching and evangelistic gifts as well other ministry gifts that support the equipping of the saints in the Body of Christ.
There are 14 courses in this program
BHIS 7750: The Dynamics of Hebraic Roots and Messianic Judaism
In this informative course, you will investigate the dynamics of Hebraic roots and Messianic Judaism. You will also examine their influences on the contemporary Church and gain an understanding of how to properly apply its relevance to the Spirit-filled life.
COUN 8050: Developing the Supernatural Lifestyle: Your Authority and Inheritance as a Believer
This course will expand your desire to seek the Lord and know what it means to live in the Spirit. You will also see how the supernatural lifestyle results from your authority and inheritance as a member of the Body of Christ.
COUN 8150: Breaking the Bonds of Evil: Advanced Study in The Ministry of Deliverance
This course will teach you an advanced perspective of the Scriptural basis for the breaking of bondages within the heart caused by spiritual forces. The course includes breaking generational sins and curses; severing ungodly soul ties; removing negative mindsets and inner vows; healing traumatic memories; and casting out demonic influences that have connected themselves to the inner wounds of the heart and soul resulting in a solid healing process where God grants illumined insights from His Word.
COUN 8250: Healing the Land: Advanced Spiritual Warfare
This course will take your understanding of spiritual warfare to a whole new dimension. It will introduce you to the spiritual realm through an examination of the strategies of principalities, powers, and rulers of the darkness and how to effectively operate in the power of the Holy Spirit to experience breakthrough on a regional, national and global level.
DMIN 7600: The Organic Body of Christ: A Return to New Testament Foundations (Doctoral)
This course will prepare you for a more advanced perspective of God’s true design for the Body of Christ as laid out in the New Testament. You will also investigate ‘modern’ church and leadership practices and gain a deeper understanding of the Church as a living organism not an institutional organization.
DMIN 7725: Fulfilling Your Financial Destiny: Claiming Your Inheritance
This course gives the doctoral student Scriptural support for the belief that God delights in the prosperity of His people. The primary objective of this course is that true prosperity is meant to extend the kingdom by giving to those in need and fulfilling the call that God has placed in the heart of the believer.
DMIN 7800: Supernatural Sight: The Work of the Prophetic Ministry
This dynamic course will expand your understanding of the nature and purpose of prophetic revelation and its proper function in the Body of Christ. You will be inspired and challenged to operate in the prophetic gifts. Subjects in this course include the power and perils of the prophetic, being a prophetic people, the song of the Lord, seven expressions of the prophetic spirit, and others.
DMIN 7875: Healing, Miracles, Signs and Wonders
This course will draw you to have total reliance upon the Holy Spirit in the areas of healing, miracles, signs and wonders. You will continue to develop the ability to hear the voice of God and how to properly understand revelation knowledge. You will also learn how to access the heavenly realms and know the heart and mind of God in a deep, loving relationship with our Heavenly Father.
DMIN 8375: God’s Idea of Business: Ministry in the Marketplace
This dynamic course will introduce and expose the doctoral student to the study of ministry as a calling and a life of service in the marketplace. The Holy Spirit has a definite place in the world of business and this course will expose the myths associated with the definition of “full-time Christian service.”
DMIN 8450: Kingdom Revolution: The Call of the Church in Culture and Society
This course will teach you to see the purpose of the Body of Christ as a living organism of social and cultural transformation based on God’s original design. You will learn that we are called to live out the centrality of our faith in every aspect of the human experience resulting in the abundant life.
MLDS 7850: Gifted to Succeed: God’s Design of Leadership
This course is about unleashed Biblical leadership. Since Biblical leadership is determined by our ability to reflect the character and nature of the God we serve, we are compelled to have as clear a picture as possible of our God. When we look beneath the placid surface of common systematic theology, we find a God who is far more volatile, far more compassionate, far more mysterious and for more dangerous than the God who is defined by carefully crafted discussions of divine attributes. This course will confront you with these realities.
MLDS 8250: The Apostolic Revolution: A Return to Apostolic Foundations
In this dynamic course on the apostolic gift and ministry, you will learn the purpose and plan of God for apostles, their function in the Body of Christ, and the role they play in God’s end-time harvest of souls. You will also discover God’s plan for restoration of the apostolic function to set His church in order in these end times.
DMIN 8600: Doctoral Research Methods
The purpose of this course is to provide the you with an opportunity to examine the fundamentals of research and writing from a practical and professional perspective, as a foundational step in preparation for completing the doctoral writing project/dissertation.
DMIN 8900: Doctoral Project
This is the final writing project for the doctoral student. While similar in many ways to a dissertation, it is fundamentally different in that it is designed to be an “applied ministry/theology” project written from a practical position. You are prepared for this course by taking the Research Methods course.