Practical Ministry

Bachelor's Degree

Bachelor of Arts Practical Ministry

Program Purpose:  The purpose of this course is to assist ministers, represented in 1 Corinthians 12:28 and Ephesians 4:11, transition from a local leadership mentality to a global thought-leader. This is accomplished by presenting Christ’s true intention for Matthew 28:18-20, which is discipleship beyond worldwide evangelism to change agents for Jesus Christ.

Entrance Requirements

B. A. Practical Ministry

Diploma Practical Ministry

A. A. Practical Ministry

Practical Ministry Cert

Program Description

This program introduces the student to scripture-based ministry as one to be gainfully employed in some field of ecclesia service. It opens with another dimension gift of the first and second offices (apostles and prophets) of the new creation church and how modern ministry must shift from local church and parachurch ministries to global leadership.

Program Objectives

The objectives of the Bachelor of Arts in Practical Ministry are:

    • To initiate or build on prior studies in this subject to ready student for deeper or more advanced study of this subject, to meet the requirements for increasingly complex learning of the subject in pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate degree.
    • To deliver multiple lectures, engage in several discussions and conduct query response sessions on subject to educate and instill its most vital concepts and essential principles in students.
    • To assure students have sufficient information to pass the program and ample material to complete its assignments.
    • To review, etymologize, and pragmatize all next level subject terminology to promote students’ practical application of course subject material.
    • To provide an overview and introduction of the various duties and responsibilities of the Lord’s Kingdom and ecclesial offices, differentiating them in students minds from secularist occultists and paganism so they detect one over the other and adapt their ministry practices accordingly where necessary.
    • To provide a more developed teaching or to the Ephesians 4:11 and 1 Corinthians 12:28 positions familiarize students with their similarities and differences and why, though they serve different purposes, so both are quite needed by God.
    • To provide an overview of the qualifications and readiness required to occupy and discharge a ministry office.
    • To provide students with the understanding of why God is reviving the office of the apostle and bonding it with His prophets.
    • To provide students a comprehensive profile of apostles and prophets that portrays their uniqueness and continued value to the Lord and His work.
    • To provide students with examples of apostleship and prophetics in action.
    • To discuss and exemplify for students the effects of the apostle and prophets void in Christ’s church and ideate ways to reinsert them.
    • To provide students opportunity to trace the historical events that led to apostles and prophets being excluded from practical ministry and how their replacements were installed in their place.
    • To provide students with tools and wisdom to blend apostleship and prophetic in their ministry practices.
    • To provide theoretical and conceptual examination of Christian ministry practices, perspectives, and attitudes needed to occupy and capably discharge a ministry position as defined and modeled in God’s word.
    • To provide a general understanding of apostolic and prophetic foundations as scriptures organic root, to assure students are Biblically sound in their callings work.
    • To dislodge students’ consciousness of their traditional evangelical approach to Christian ministry to include apostleship as the Bible’s organic foundation for all Jesus Christ brought to earth.
    • To practicalize salvation’s sanctification and conversion elements, while exploring the Holy Spirit’s pattern and practices as students will need them in active ministry.
    • To conduct an extensive study of religion versus redemption and culture versus Christianity content to contrast and exemplify the University’s Scripturally Organic Culturally Unmodified Christianity.
    • To demonstrate the signatures of program education in action to help students visualize how to put Scripturally Organic Culturally Unmodified Christianity in action.
    • To have students write a sound Scripture based critique of the modern church that compares it with the foundation laid by Jesus’ apostles and prophets.
    • To assign students to research the church’s origins and establishment from Pentecost to the 21st Century to analyze its conformance and point of divergence from Scripture and the effect of doing so on the Gospel of Jesus Christ and deterioration of the modern church.
    • To hold discussions with students throughout sessions to assess their grasp of material, consciousness shift, and planned use of in God’s service.
    • To enable students to successfully produce course content submissions that meet completion criteria for passing the program with an 80% or better grade.

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Program Details

Program Outcomes

The outcomes for the Bachelor of Arts – Practical Ministry program gives students the following knowledges and abilities. Those successfully completing the program as required will:

    • Ability to communicate the elements and texture of global versus non-global leadership.
    • Be able to utilize this education to answer their ministry calling confidently according to the Word of God.
    • Be able to translate the theory they gained to practical knowledge in active service.
    • Be able to disciple Apostolic Christians who conform to Scripturally Organic Culturally Unmodified Christianity.
    • Be able to actualize program goals in a practical manner motivated by course methodologies.
    • Be able to methodize what they learn as a minister in training.
    • Be able to identify, implement, and sustain ministry best practices to perform efficiently and professionally in Christ’s service.
    • Be able to shift those in their care or ministry sphere to the wisdom and witness of Apostolic Christianity.
    • Be able to make the best staff choices for the work they are called to do.
    • Be able to render sound judgements and prudent decisions as a servant or officer in Christ’s service.
    • Be able to carry out the ministry or discharge the office appointed ethically, with ministerial integrity and Christlike fidelity.
    • Be able to theorize knowledge of the threefold and fivefold ministry as portrayed in scripture.
    • Be able to cite persuasible reasons for 1 Corinthians 12:28 and Ephesians 4:11 relative to Ephesians 2:20.
    • Be able to communicate ways practical ministry can embrace Apostles and Prophets in the 21st
    • Be able to define and illustrate what an apostle is, what a prophet is, and cite extensively their duties and responsibilities in Jesus Christ’s kingdom and church.
    • Be able to say and show how the church can and must assimilate apostles and prophets in mainstream ministry.
    • Be able to recommend the most secure and least disruptive ways apostles and prophets can insert themselves in mainstream ministry and assume its governance.
    • Be able to cooperate with the Lord’s impending apostolic prophetic shift and answer His call to partner or transition to these offices.
    • Be able to exemplify “Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow” in and out of the classroom.
    • Be able to take the first steps to comprehending Price University V.I.V.A.S. mandate.

Ability to complete course and degree qualifying requirements successfully, including written and verbal examination, oral defense, presentment of created material or concept, demonstration of subject mastery; when assigned, completed field studies, extensive research and its outcomes that proves theories or shows success in Biblical Psychology casework and satisfactorily completed internship or apprenticeship of 500 or more hours.


Completion Requirements

Students must complete their training with passing grade 3.0 or higher in major core course requirements. Student must take a minimum of 45 credit hours with Price U to meet graduation requirements.

Homework, Assignments, Submissions, Tracking

The program syllabus and student requirements will be available through the student portal access. Lectures will be conducted online as necessary throughout their program.

Access to online lectures will be given through the Student Portal Access.

Quizzes and Exams will also be completed through the portal’s class instructions and other requirements will be explained for each assignment.

Students will receive assignments, upload assignments, and see their grades inside of their portal.

Degree Plan

Got Questions? Call us at 877-419-1299.

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