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Bachelor of Ministry Degree
"You take your call to ministry seriously. So do we!"
Program of Study
Message from the President
The Bachelor of Ministry degree at Brewton-Parker College is a seminary-like
education for pastors, leaders, and ministers who take their call seriously.
This practical, real-life learning program is designed to give the student
solid biblical foundations with expert training in mini-stry skills. Students
in the Bachelor of Ministry program experience hands-on training in ministry
areas that make them better pastors and ministers.
Bachelor of Ministry classes are taught in a group
format where there is significant interaction among the students and the professors.
Students learn from each
other under the direction of the professor according to a flexible schedule
that is friendly to the busy minister or employed student. Field education
is one of the vital components of the degree program, enabling students to
hone their ministry skills under guided supervision.
"In a postmodern age marked by doubt, fear, confusion, and com-peting voices, the Bible provides spiritual certainty and moral clarity. The mission of Brewton-Parker’s Division of Religion and Philosophy is to not only grow in our head and heart knowledge of biblical truth, but also to learn how we must apply it both in the church and to the world. With open Scriptures and burning hearts (Luke 24:32), we take up this challenge in every course we teach."
Dr. Jerry Ray, Associate Professor of Christian Studies
Message from the President
The Bachelor of Ministry at Brewton-Parker College allows you the opportunity
of attaining an accredited ministry degree without leaving your local church
position. You will be pleased with the blend of biblical studies and practical
ministry skills that combine to make this degree relevant to pastors and
ministers. Our faculty members will challenge and inspire you, and the
group interaction among class members provides a chance to learn from others,
just like you, who are serving churches.
Dr. Mike Simoneaux
President, Brewton-Parker College
Specialized classes in:
- Spiritual Growth & Formation
- Pastoral Care
- Church Administration
- Supervised Internship
In addition to the regular curriculum, Bachelor of Ministry students participate
in mini-seminars focusing on topics such as:
- Funerals and bereavement ministry
- Hospital & homebound
- Dealing with church conflict
- Spiritual gifts
- Christian counseling
- Outreach & evangelism
- The minister and taxes
- Does this practical, Bible-based ministry
program sound interesting to you?
For more information about
entrance requirements, the admissions process, class schedules, financial aid, etc., please contact:
(800) 342-1087, ext. 265