Olivet University San Francisco's Doctor of Ministry Office (DMin) in Mill Valley, CA will be setting up various ministry tracks to better assist DMin students in selecting their area of study and complete their final project on time.
For the upcoming quarter, the new study tracks include Education/Bible Study Workbooks, Cross Cultural Communication, Church Planting and Evangelism, Gospel and Technology IT, Church Worship and Music, Business as Mission, Spiritual Formation and Prayer, Family Ministry, Christian Design, and Children and Youth ministry.
Each ministry track is led by a track leader and will meet online once a month to ensure the progress of each assigned project. DMin students who have completed their course work will have an opportunity to choose the ministry track they want to join. This will help the DMin Office assign proper mentors for each student.
The Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies (ZSDS) hopes this will provide additional resources to assist the students' progress toward their final project.