FIELD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE

PUTTING THEORY INTO PRACTICE

PROGRAM OUTLINE

This course provides the practical hands-on component to the Diploma program. In this section, the student is expected to participate in 50 hours of ministry practicum at an approved ministry setting—local assembly, institution, or another place of ministry. This practical course is designed to enable students to start or continue to refine their call to fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19). The framework of field education will require the student to develop a strategy for missions that is demonstrative of the integration of practice and theory. Students will be encouraged to situate their work within the context of their social environment. Field Education will also require the student to participate in at least four seminars, and read supplemental material.

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Chaplaincy (July 6)

An Introduction to Ministry in an Institution & The Importance of Ministry from An Apostolic Perspective. This Seminar and Q&A will be conducted as a live and online session on zoom.

SPEAKER: Nicholes Robbins

 

~ Senior Pastor at LifePoint UPC in Saltillo, MS

~ Mississippi North American Missions Director

~ General Christian Prisoner Ministry Chaplain, UPCI

~ Served as Dean of Purpose Institute Tupelo, MS Campus

~ Served as Administrative Pastor at Cedar Grove UPC Tupelo, MS

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Discipleship (July 13)

An introduction to the Theology of Making Disciples and Being a Disciple. This Seminar and Q&A will be conducted as a live and online session on zoom.

SPEAKER: Stan Gleason

 

~ Assistant General Superintendent (Western Zone), UPCI

~ Senior Pastor of The Life Church in Kansas City

~ Served as Board Trustee, Urshan College 

~ Served as Board Trustee, Urshan Graduate School of Theology

~ Served as Superintendent of the Missouri District

~ Graduated from Apostolic Bible Institute

~ Master's of Arts in Christian Ministry, Urshan Graduate School of Theology

~ Author, Follow to Lead

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Followership (July 20)

An introduction to Followership and the importance of Followership. This Seminar and Q&A will be conducted as a live and online session on zoom.

SPEAKER: Micheal Robinson

 

~ Served in the U.S. Navy and the Marine Corps 

~ Served two tours of duty

~ Bachelor of Administration, Touro University International

~ Master's of Business Administration (Management), Strayer University

~ Ph.D. Organizational Leadership, Regent University School of Business & Leadership (in progress)

~ Executive Assistant, District Superintendent of Virginia to Bishop Jack Cunningham

~ Office Manager, Hypen Pastor, and Administrative Pastor at Bible World Apostolic Church

~ Southeast Regional Director of Building the Bridge Ministries, serving under Bishop Dave Henry

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Spiritual Disciplines (July 27)

An introduction to the Minister's Personal Life, and Preparation for Ministry. This is a pre-taped Seminar that will be followed by a live and online Q&A session on zoom.

SPEAKER: David K. Bernard

 

~ General Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International

~ Founder of New Life Church of Austin, Texas

~ Founding President of Urshan College and Urshan Graduate School of Theology

~ Bachelor of Arts Magna Cum Laude, Mathematical Sciences and Managerial Studies, Rice University

~ Master's and Doctor of Theology in New Testament, University of South Africa

~ Doctor of Jurisprudence with Honours, University of Texas

~ Author of 37 books that have been published in 39 languages with a total circulation of more than 900,000 copies

~ Ministered in 70 countries on six continents

Alumni and Ministers are invited to join ($25.00/session)