School of Ministry Application
The School of Ministry is an inexpensive one-year program that equips college age and adults to become effective Christian leaders in any field where God might call them to serve. The program provides a solid Bible education, trains in practical ministry, equips for leadership, and provides the opportunity for hands-on training with specialized Northside ministries.
Students will take two 1.5 hour classes per week on Thursday afternoon/evenings during the school year--one Bible class, and one practical ministry/leadership development class. In addition, students will complete a practicum of 100 hours of ministry service to gain valuable hands-on ministry experience.
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Who Can Attend
This program is offered to college age and adults who want to give their lives to Christian ministry, whether vocationally or as a high capacity volunteer leader, but don't see the traditional 4-year Bible college or seminary degree as a viable option. This program is doable for those working full-time or taking 12 hours or less of local college classes.
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Students can attend the International Conference on Missions (ICOM) in November, and may have the opportunity to join a ministry team to attend a leadership conference. Upon completion of the program, including practicums, the graduate will earn a Northside School of Ministry certificate and a scholarship of up to $450* towards a Northside short-term mission trip. Completion of the program might even help land a ministry internship or job.
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$500 per semester covers all books/resources, classroom instruction, conferences, practicum, and special SOM events/activities.
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2021-2022 term starts August 19, 2021 and concludes on May 5, 2022. Calendars are coordinated with local school schedules for spring/fall breaks and holidays.
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Doug Newland, SOM Dean
Missy Nash, Outreach Assistant