DMin Program | Paths
The PAThS leadership team is pleased to announce a partnership initiative with the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS) to offer a new doctoral degree for Africa, beginning with the 2016 PAThS cohort. (Leadership teams pictured L-R: seated, John Easter, Byron Klaus; standing, Bill Kirsch, Marvin Gilbert, Carl Gibbs, Joy York, Ava Oleson, Cheryl Taylor, Beth Lord, and Chuck Wilson).
The PAThS Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree, offered in affiliation with AGTS, is a practical, professional degree program designed to expose students to a broad range of ministry competency, fostering an in-depth understanding of the subject areas and their application to the student's ministry context. The program culminates in ministry-related research and an applied project within the chosen area of emphasis (Bible-Theology, Missions, Education, or Leadership).
PAThS and AGTS join hands to empower and equip the next generation of Pentecostal leaders in Africa and look forward to the breadth of impact these leaders will have across the continent and around the world.