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The mission of the Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) in Church Leadership is to provide advanced theological instruction with application to contextualized ministry, to enhance competency of localized ministry needs, to equip scholarly leaders to meet the needs of congregations and Christian ministries, and to develop students mentally and spiritually in their vocational callings.
*Program admission essay is an opportunity to demonstrate to the committee why you wish to pursue a doctoral degree at the University of the Southwest and showcase graduate-level writing abilities for their consideration. The essay should be 1,000-1,500 words explaining what you hope to achieve by pursuing a doctoral degree, the personal strengths that will help you succeed in a doctoral program, and describe how obtaining a DMin will help you institute a positive impact for the Kingdom of God.
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