Online M.Div.

An innovative and dynamic online curriculum designed to prepare you for ever-changing “real world” opportunities.

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What Shall We Talk about at Thanksgiving Dinner?

Soon we will gather at tables laden with Thanksgiving’s feast, and we wonder what we can really talk about. Many families split the ticket in their political commitments, and we can only comment on the selection of pies and the texture of the gravy for so long. Politics will come up! Actually, it will be a shame if we cannot have a civil exchange about what matters to us. The kids will be listening, too.

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My Experience:

Gary Green, Alum (M.Div. 2012)

I am currently in my second year in Brite Divinity School’s Ph.D. program in Pastoral Theology. The program is enriching and challenging, and is...

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My Experience:

Gary Green, Alum (M.Div. 2012)

I am currently in my second year in Brite Divinity School’s Ph.D. program in Pastoral Theology. The program is enriching and challenging, and is allowing me to explore research questions that have deep implications for me both vocationally and personally. Little did I know at the time of my matriculation, Central’s M.Div. program was preparing me for this unique experience. The curriculum and the culture of Central, nurtured my deep interests in theological education, and equipped me for meaningful ministerial engagement. Because of create’s focus on praxis and innovative ministry involvement, I found myself uniquely positioned for various levels of engagement with the Church, communities, and the wider global context.

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Online M.Div.

An innovative and dynamic online curriculum designed to prepare you for ever-changing “real world” opportunities.

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My Experience:

Joshua Payne, M.Div. Student

I left my teaching position to help revitalize my grandfather’s farm. I asked myself, ‘If farming were to become my ministry, what would I...

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My Experience:

Joshua Payne, M.Div. Student

I left my teaching position to help revitalize my grandfather’s farm. I asked myself, ‘If farming were to become my ministry, what would I build?’ Central is helping me consider how to make the farm ecological, sustainable, and economically viable, as well as theologically responsible.

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