Bachelor in Biblical Studies in Pastoral Ministry
The Pastoral Ministry program of study is designed to equip a man of God to preach the whole counsel of God and to take a biblical stand on the issues of the day. One of the most unique features of CrownSouthwest is the "hands on" ministry involvement. While attending, Pastoral Ministry students will have numerous opportunities to be a vital part of a New Testament church in which God is doing extraordinary things.
A comprehensive and thorough knowledge of the Word of God is the foundation of this program of study.
A minimum of 128 credit hours is required to complete this program.
Living the Christian Life - The open secret of looking to Christ in the victorious Christian life is the cornerstone of this course taught by area pastors, whom God has blessed. The pursuit of Christ and the necessity of the personal devotional life are emphasized.
Homiletics I - This course is an introduction designed to ground the student in the philosophy of Bible preaching. Special attention is given to different types of preaching with the emphasis on the expository sermon. Guidance is given in the proper use of tools to construct sermons.
Baptist History and Distinctives - This course is a survey of the distinctives that have consistently characterized the Baptist people from the days of the early church to the present day. It provides an excellent complement to church history and Bible doctrine.
|Old Testament Survey
||Bible Doctrine I|
|New Testament Survey
||Bible Doctrine II
|Living the Christian Life||Historical Books
|Theology of Christian Education||Baptist History and Distinctives
|Homiletics II||Contemporary Theological Issues
|Church Planting Seminar
||The Christian Home
Program of Study