The program description for the Master of Arts in Christian Leadership Program is a three-dimensional paradigmic sequence that readies students for archetypical and prototypical ministerial call to serve the Godhead in the 21st century.
Highly ecclesial in nature, the program nonetheless delivers its studies in accordance with the whole word of God springing from scripture’s divine order, which undeniably means first apostles, secondarily prophets, and thirdly teachers. In this vein the program reorders church hierarchy according to the word of God, structuring its superintendancy according to His world’s infrastructure.
Toward this end, this program requires a thorough undergraduate education in general Bible, scripture’s authoring mantles, and their inception, the nurture, development, and guardianship of the early church. Also needed is a Bible supported education in Ephesians 4:11’s fivefold offices and their divinely decreed aims, measurements and outcomes.
Students of this program will also need a strong undergraduate leadership program to enter the course with the mentality to undertake and succeed in these teachings. To further strengthen student preparedness for these teachings, classes in Apostolic Christianity, Jesus Christ, and His Christology, and biblical versus traditional ecclesiology.