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Women’s Leadership Concentration, Master of Arts in Christian Ministry Online

The Women’s Leadership concentration is for women who desire interaction and challenge from others within ministry. This program will help women to grow in their personal awareness of strengths and weaknesses as a leader in a Christian ministry setting.

The Masters of Arts in Christian Ministry will help students develop both ministry values and skills to make genuine connections with others. The women’s ministry program will provide leadership skills related to the organization and administration of  women’s ministry programs in church, parachurch and mission environments while internalizing a biblical worldview of dependency on God.

There are those interested in or involved in vocational ministry who want to pursue postgraduate study, but pursuing a 75-hour M.Div. is impractical or undesirable. The 48-hour Master of Arts in Local Church Ministry is a wonderful alternative! It includes theology and hermeneutics, spiritual formation and prayer, and a variety of practical ministry courses.

The following types of students are encouraged to consider this program:

  • Those already having had several years of vocational ministry experience who desire further theological study in order to be better prepared for the pastoral role.
  • Students desiring additional theological study for their particular field of ministry.
Masters in Women's Leadership will help women grow their personal knowledge of the bible & skills as a women's ministry leader. Learn more.

Career Opportunities

Women make up at least half the church. Their developmental faith journey has unique features that should be addressed effectively in specialized ministry settings.

The successful completion of this degree will provide a framework for leading in ministry programs in church, parachurch and mission environments while internalizing a biblical worldview of dependency on God.

  • Director of Family Ministries
  • Director of Assimilation
  • Director of Small Group Ministries
  • Director of Discipleship
  • Spiritual Formation Director for Women
  • Program Director for Women’s Educational Programs with Non-profit organizations
  • Curriculum development for Bible Study materials
  • Director of Women’s Ministry
Masters in Women's Leadership will help women grow their personal knowledge of the bible & skills as a women's ministry leader. Learn more.

Curriculum Examples

Women and Scripture
Soul Care in Leadership
Biblical Foundations of Leadership
Practical Ministry Apprenticeship
Interpersonal Communication & Conflict
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Course Overview

Students will explore the various roles women played in the OT against the backdrop of the ancient world.

Instead of trying to fix others in pain, soul care attempts to incarnate the presence of God in the life of another and allow God to use you to be his hands and feet.

This course looks at the life of Jesus to learn from Him as the Master Teacher, Leader and Discipler. Students will explore Scripture and the lives of other godly men and women to gain a composite picture of leadership that addresses heart issues in the lives of people they will lead.

Students will have the opportunity to be mentored by an individual of their field of choice.

Through course material, individual reflection, and small group experiences, learners will explore the biblical foundations of relationships, personal relating style, small group dynamics, and roles and conflict management skills.


Entry Requirements

In order to be considered for enrollment in the Master of Arts program at Grace Theological Seminary, you must fulfill certain admissions requirements:
  • A four-year bachelor‘s degree or its equivalent (for international students) from a recognized institution of higher learning. Graduates of Bible colleges, liberal arts colleges, and state colleges and universities are encouraged to apply.
  • A student who received his or her pre-seminary education at an institution that is not accredited or who achieved less than a 2.5 GPA in pre-seminary education may be admitted on academic restriction.
  • Applicants without a bachelor’s degree who have completed some or no college may be admitted if they meet certain ministry and research/writing requirements. Please contact seminary admissions for more information; email: gtsrec@grace.edu or phone: 877.607.0012.

Admission Requirements

Grace Theological Seminary welcomes applications from all individuals who have a testimony of personal faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior

To be admitted as a Grace Theological Seminary student, you’re asked to provide:

  • Official transcripts from the school where you obtained your degree. (If you are currently working on your degree, you can submit an unofficial transcript for admission until term completion, at which time an official transcript is required. Transcripts should be sent to admissions@grace.edu.

  • A spiritual life reference

  • International applicant must provide a copy of TESOL test scores, and provide a financial certificate indicating sufficient funding for the program of study.

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