For the fourth year, Perkins School of Theology, in cooperation with Trinity Theological College in Singapore, is holding its two-week summer session as part of the Singapore/Dallas Doctor of Ministry Program. Classes began July 22 and will continue through Aug. 2 on the Trinity campus.
Qualified church leaders from throughout Southeast Asia attend sessions in Singapore and Dallas as part of the two- to three-year program. The D.Min. degree provides the opportunity for persons who are engaged in ministerial leadership to enhance the practice of ministry in six areas: evangelism, pastoral leadership, preaching and worship, missional church studies, spiritual formation, or urban ministry.
Perkins faculty in residence for the two-week Singapore session include the Rev. Gary MacDonald, Director of Advanced Ministerial Studies, and Dr. Todd Rasberry, Director of Development.
Learn more about the Singapore and Dallas D.Min. program: http://www.smu.edu/Perkins/FacultyAcademics/degrees/dmin/Singapore
Learn more about Trinity Theological College: http://www.ttc.edu.sg/