The Christian Ministries major is designed to develop and equip its graduates for entry-level professional ministries in church and para-church agencies and to provide a foundation for seminary or other graduate education.
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Christian Ministries is a field that has a strong base in biblical and theological studies. It builds upon those areas with research drawn from the fields of psychology, sociology, education and communication. We seek to help our students discover their areas of personal giftedness and then facilitate the development of those gifts in preparation for ministry.
"I love being in classes that are filled with world-changers. I'm also thankful for the wisdom I've gained from my professors. They've helped me understand that true ministry flows out of my relationship with Jesus."
- Brady Lee
Biola graduates from the Christian Ministries major have gone on to study at the following graduate schools:
Azusa Pacific University, Western Seminary, Denver Seminary, Washington State University, Wheaton College, Talbot School of Theology