The Ministerial Internship Program (MIP) utilizes select courses from the School of Ministry to train ministers for their calling.

NEW AND CURRENT USERS

Please read the information below, as some information has changed:

The process in which Ministerial Internship Program (MIP) students gain access to their online accounts has changed. The Office of Ministerial Development will create your account and then email the account information to the student the week prior to your orientation. Should you have any questions, please let us know by email.

MIP courses will become available September 1, 2022. Login information emails will be sent out starting September 1, 2022.

**Note: Spouses are required to use a separate online account to complete their online studies.

Session I Courses
Journey Through the Old Testament
Living the Faith
Session II Courses
Journey Through the New Testament
Leading With Integrity

DOE1 Access for MIP

MIP students receive access to DOE1. Enter the access code found in your MIP online credentials email for access to create your account.

DOE1 Courses for CAMS Seminar 1

DOE1 Courses for MIP Seminar 1

  • How to Minister to Marriage and Family – Dr. Daniel Vassell
  • Establishing a Prayer Ministry in the Local Church – Rev. Pam Brewer

DOE1 Courses for MIP Seminar 2

  • Understanding Congregational Culture – Dr. Josh Rice
  • MOSAIC: How to Plant a Multicultural Church – Dr. Sean O’Neal

DOE1 Courses for MIP Seminar 3

  • Theology in Ministry – Dr. Daniel Álvarez
  • Leadership in Ministry – Dr. Fred Garmon

DOE1 Courses for MIP Seminar 4

  • The Emotionally Intelligent Pastor – Dr. Jeannie Clarkson
  • Ministerial Self-Care – Dr. Tim Maness

DOE1 Courses for MIP Seminar 6

  • The Church as Taxpayer – Dr. Art Rhodes
  • Insurance for Churches – Dr. Dennis Watkins

DOE1 Courses for MIP Seminar 7

  • Church Safety and Security – Dr. Dennis Watkins
  • The Right-Now Word – Rev. Bill Lee

DOE1 Courses for MIP Seminar 8

  • Bows and Arrows—A Model for Multigenerational Ministry – Bryan Cutshall
  • How Do We Retain the Next Generation – Dr. Michael Knight

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