Mentored Ministry is a vital part of the learning experience at Azusa Pacific Seminary. The program helps students gain hands-on ministry experience and gives them the opportunity to integrate their academic learning with real ministry contexts. Our Mentored Ministry program consists of two components:
- The student’s supervised ministry experience in a church or other organization (8 hours per week; 4 semesters for M.Div. students, 3 semesters for most others).
- The Mentored Ministry Reflection Group, in which students meet regularly with a faculty mentor for the purpose of case study discussion, direction, and peer support in relation to students’ ministry site experiences, personal awareness, academic studies, and spiritual formation.
The Church needs leaders who can think theologically and carry out ministry functions effectively. We seek to foster such leaders through our Mentored Ministry program. For more information, contact Rob Muthiah, Ph.D., director of mentored ministry, at (626) 815-5464 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources for Students
- Learning Covenant and Site Supervisor Letter
- Concluding Feedback Form for Site Supervisor
- Ministry Skills Brainstorming List
- Practices for Spiritual Formation
- How to Write a Case Study
Documents in Spanish
- Pacto de Aprendizaje (PDF)
- Lista de Acciones Ministeriales (PDF)
- Comentarios Finales para el Supervisor del Ministerio
- The Child Safety Policy Case Study (PDF)
- Marriage in the Mountains (PDF)
- Matrimonio en las Montañas (PDF)
- Almond Springs Case Studies
- Computer Screen (PDF)
- La Pantalla de Computadora (PDF)
- Prodigal Elders Return (PDF)
Note: This information is current for the 2018-19 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.