Module information

Code

MIN391-2

Name

Advanced Ministerial Internship (2 ECTS)

Description

This course examines the ministry of the pastor in three areas: preparation, responsibilities, and This is the third of three required internships for the Ministerial Diploma. Building on the foundation of the previous two internship courses, this course focuses on three attributes of the heart of ministry, characteristics to be avoided, tests that must be passed in the life of the ministry, basic areas of pastoral counseling, and other skills needed to be a successful pastor.

Price per Module

Study Guide €25 Exam €50

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 1. Demonstrate understanding of and establish a strategy for developing three attributes of the heart of ministry. 2. Identify characteristics to be avoided and tests that must be passed in the life of the minister. 3. Effectively lead a celebration of the Lord’s Supper and an entire worship service. 4. Identify and explain the five primary areas of pastoral counseling. 5. Outline a strategy for developing leaders within the congregation. 6. Demonstrate knowledge of money management principles and interviewing skills for ministry opportunities.

Mode of Study

Lecture Video Student interaction Hands on

Assessment

50 (80%) objective multiple choice questions Project (20%) Online or pencil and paper Passmark 70%

Rubric

Berean school of the Bi bl e Grading Rubric
9 0 -1 0 0 %
A
Superior
70 - 89
B
Good
70 - 79
C
Satisfactory
0 - 69
D
Fail
Each student will need to select a mentor for his or her internship courses according to the guidelines below. The same mentor may serve for one or all three internship courses (certificate level, license level, and ordination level), as the student desires. 1. The mentor will generally be the student’s senior pastor, a staff pastor, or other person designated by the pastor to serve in the role of mentor. The mentor must be a credentialed minister. 2. If the student is the senior pastor, the student should consult his or her sectional presbyter to assist in the selection of a mentor. In some cases, the presbyter may serve as the mentor, or the presbyter may appoint a neighboring pastor to serve in that role. 3. The mentor must not be closely related to the student. This not only promotes objectivity but broadens the student’s experience by giving him or her opportunity to learn from someone other than a close relative. 4. The mentor must be a Licensed or Ordained Minister. Licensed Ministers may serve as mentors to students seeking Certified credentials. Ordained Ministers may serve as mentors to students seeking any level of ministerial credentials. Certified Ministers are not eligible to serve as mentors in this program, unless a written exception is made by the district superintendent for a Certified Minister who pastors to mentor a student in the Certified level. 5. The mentor must commit to the time required in the Mentoring Manual for each course. This will involve weekly meetings with the student for twelve weeks and some additional time for monitoring the student’s progress. Where multiple students are studying the courses in study centers, some of these meetings may be group meetings while others will be on an individual basis.

THE BEREAN SCHOOL OF THE BIBLE

MINISTERIAL STUDIES

MQF Level 5 Qualification

60 ECTS Credits

License-2013-FHI-026

Ministerial Studies Program

Certified Minister Level 1, 2, 3

20 ECTS Credits each

© 2019 Global Institute of Theology
POSTAL ADDRESS: 17, Christine Triq il-klin Iklin - IKL1030 Malta
OFFICE ADDRESS: 56, Word of Life Triq il-Kaccatur Qormi - QRM3563 Malta
+356 79475618
+356 21435529

Module information

Code

MIN391-2

Name

Advanced Ministerial Internship (2 ECTS)

Description

This course examines the ministry of the pastor in three areas: preparation, responsibilities, and This is the third of three required internships for the Ministerial Diploma. Building on the foundation of the previous two internship courses, this course focuses on three attributes of the heart of ministry, characteristics to be avoided, tests that must be passed in the life of the ministry, basic areas of pastoral counseling, and other skills needed to be a successful pastor.

Price per Module

Study Guide €25 Exam €50

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 1. Demonstrate understanding of and establish a strategy for developing three attributes of the heart of ministry. 2. Identify characteristics to be avoided and tests that must be passed in the life of the minister. 3. Effectively lead a celebration of the Lord’s Supper and an entire worship service. 4. Identify and explain the five primary areas of pastoral counseling. 5. Outline a strategy for developing leaders within the congregation. 6. Demonstrate knowledge of money management principles and interviewing skills for ministry opportunities.

Mode of Study

Lecture Video Student interaction Hands on

Assessment

50 (80%) objective multiple choice questions Project (20%) Online or pencil and paper Passmark 70%

Rubric

Each student will need to select a mentor for his or her internship courses according to the guidelines below. The same mentor may serve for one or all three internship courses (certificate level, license level, and ordination level), as the student desires. 1. The mentor will generally be the student’s senior pastor, a staff pastor, or other person designated by the pastor to serve in the role of mentor. The mentor must be a credentialed minister. 2. If the student is the senior pastor, the student should consult his or her sectional presbyter to assist in the selection of a mentor. In some cases, the presbyter may serve as the mentor, or the presbyter may appoint a neighboring pastor to serve in that role. 3. The mentor must not be closely related to the student. This not only promotes objectivity but broadens the student’s experience by giving him or her opportunity to learn from someone other than a close relative. 4. The mentor must be a Licensed or Ordained Minister. Licensed Ministers may serve as mentors to students seeking Certified credentials. Ordained Ministers may serve as mentors to students seeking any level of ministerial credentials. Certified Ministers are not eligible to serve as mentors in this program, unless a written exception is made by the district superintendent for a Certified Minister who pastors to mentor a student in the Certified level. 5. The mentor must commit to the time required in the Mentoring Manual for each course. This will involve weekly meetings with the student for twelve weeks and some additional time for monitoring the student’s progress. Where multiple students are studying the courses in study centers, some of these meetings may be group meetings while others will be on an individual basis.

THE BEREAN SCHOOL OF THE BIBLE

MINISTERIAL STUDIES

MQF Level 5 Qualification

60 ECTS Credits

License-2013-FHI-026

Ministerial Studies Program

Certified Minister

Level 1, 2, 3

20 ECTS Credits each

© 2019 Global Institute of Theology
POSTAL ADDRESS: 17, Christine Triq il-klin Iklin - IKL1030 Malta
OFFICE ADDRESS: 56, Word of Life Triq il-Kaccatur Qormi - QRM3563 Malta
+356 79475618
+356 21435529
Berean school of the Bi bl e Grading Rubric
9 0 -1 0 0 %
A
Superior
70 - 89
B
Good
70 - 79
C
Satisfactory
0 - 69
D
Fail