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Supervised Ministries is a required core component of the academic curriculum. It aims to bridge the gap between strictly academic theology and ministry practice. It integrates the light of the chapel, classroom and library with the field laboratory. That is, we want to reduce the gap between learned theology and internalized theology which applies itself to Christian experience and ministry practice. As John Wesley, quoting an ancient, quipped, “God made divinity practical”.
Asbury Theological Seminary
ExL, Supervised, SM601, Fall, SM602, Ministry, SM603