This course offers a dynamic blend of theory and practice, empowering you to not only learn pure, Bible-based doctrine within the classroom but also to engage actively in local church ministry work. As a student, you will have the unique opportunity to put your learning into action at Emmanuel Baptist Church and our network of nearby partner churches. Our emphasis on real-world experience sets us apart—picture yourself working alongside your classroom mentors in weekend ministry activities, honing your skills and deepening your understanding of pastoral responsibilities. By completing this course, you'll be equipped to step confidently into roles such as a pastor, assistant pastor, youth worker, or evangelist, armed with both knowledge and hands-on experience to lead and serve effectively in your ministry endeavors.
Key Classes in the Study of Pastoral Theology
An in-depth topical study of the Bible relating to the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The first of two courses designed to familiarize the student with the theory and methodology of studying the Scripture. Course one will emphasize basic techniques of recognizing context.
Biblical Counseling, BI 302
A study of principles and problems of Scriptural counseling, Scriptural answers, the convicting power of the Holy Spirit, and man's basic problems and needs are analyzed.
Dr. Bob Gray II,
Head of Pastoral Theology Department