The Christian Ministries major provides a well-balanced preparation for Christian ministry combining emphases on Biblical studies, spiritual formation, historical theology, Christian education, ethics, and pastoral ministries.

Graduates will be well-prepared academically, equipped and skilled in the tools of ministry, experienced in various forms of ministry, and well on their way toward looking like Christ and, in fact, being the hands and feet of Christ in this present day in the varying and multiple cultural contexts of our world.

Graduates go on to Christian ministries including service as senior pastors, youth ministers, Christian educators, parachurch workers, seminary students, and graduate students in the field of Religion. A graduate program offering Master level degrees is also available.