The M.Div. (Chaplaincy) provides you with a comprehensive range of biblical-theological knowledge and practical skills for ministry leadership, along with specialized skills to perform the pastoral, caregiver, emotional, and spiritual roles of a chaplain. It prepares you to serve as a chaplain in a military, institutional, or organizational context.
This program will equip you to:
- Apply the biblical, theological, and doxological aspects of chaplaincy in pluralistic settings
- Practice a ministry of God’s presence internally and be a bearer of God’s presence to others
- Practice biblical leadership and ministry skills that display God’s presence
- Develop evangelistic strategies for bringing others to Christ in pluralistic settings
- Care for the emotional and spiritual needs of others
Potential ministry opportunities for program graduates include:
- Health care chaplain
- Corporate chaplain
- Public safety chaplain
- Correctional chaplain
- Sports chaplain
Steven A. Johnson
Assistant Professor of Ministry Care
B.A., Indiana University (chemistry & psychology); M.S., Indiana University (philosophy); M.A., Christian Theological Seminary (marriage & family therapy); Ph.D., Indiana University (philosophy); ScD, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania (evidence-based psychotherapy)Read More...
Michael W. Langston
Professor of Chaplain Ministries
B.S., University of Louisiana; M.A., The Naval War College; M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; D. Min., Bethel Theological SeminaryRead More...
Professor of Missionary Care
B.S., Holmes College of the Bible; M.A.C.E., Columbia International University; M.Ed., Regent University
Professor of Church Ministry
B.A., D.Min., Columbia International University; Th.M., Dallas Theological SeminaryRead More...
Professor of Ministry Studies
Certificate in Biblical Studies, Columbia International University; B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Florida State University