Ministry is tough and not for the faint of heart. While the curriculum is designed to prepare a student academically for ministry, we recognize it is not enough. Our graduates learn quickly that there are more difficult situations in ministry than there are seminary classes designed to evaluate and deal with those situations. At the Northeast Campus, our faculty members are veterans of ministry. They are or have been pastors and missionaries with a wealth of field experience and they are willing to share that experience both in and outside of the classroom.
We have an open-door policy at the Northeast Campus. If our faculty members are on campus and not engaged in teaching, they are available to our students. We follow the biblical approach that iron sharpens iron so interaction between faculty and students is not just confined to academics. Our faculty exists to equip students for the academic rigors of ministry and to help them to pursue Christlikeness and become all that God wants them to be.
Faculty involvement with students does not stop when they graduate and move to a new step in their journey of ministry. Our professors will continue to mentor and deepen relationships our graduates navigate the waters of ministry.
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