Master of Ministry Degree
Prepared to Serve Well
Read about recent M.Min. grads who are using their degrees to serve well wherever God has called them.
Student-Centered Focus Leads Cedarville University During Coronavirus
Cedarville University President Dr. Thomas White announced this morning the university will teach online for the remainder of the semester.
$1000 Ministry Scholarship!
It's a great time to expand your ministry skills. Enroll in Cedarville's on-campus or online M.Min. program, and receive a $1,000 Ministry Scholarship!
Stewarding Your Gifts With a Graduate Degree
Listen as Cedarville's president, Dr. Thomas White, discusses how our graduate programs can help you steward your God-given talents for His glory.
God Revealed Apologetics Conference
Dr. Dan DeWitt invites you to God Revealed, Cedarville's annual apologetics conference. This year's speaker is Dr. R. Albert Mohler, who Time magazine once called the leading intellect among evangelicals.
Why Choose Cedarville and Not a Seminary?
Cedarville's long history of preparing students to serve in the local church and its accelerated, cost-saving completion options make our graduate ministry programs a great choice.
M.Div. or M.Min. – Which Is Right for You?
Listen as Dr. Jason Lee, Dean of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies, explains the key differences between Cedarville University's M.Div. and M.Min. programs.
M.Min. Adds Ministry Focus to Vocation
For an area nonprofit director, the sound biblical foundation and practical application in Cedarville's online M.Min. helped her add a ministry focus to her work.
Not Your Typical Spring Break: Mission Trips Abound
209 students, faculty, and staff will spend March 2-6 serving others.
Kentucky State Professor Speaking in Chapel
Dr. Kevin Jones will speak in chapel on Tuesday, Feb. 25, and Wednesday, Feb. 26.
This Week on the Cedarville Stories Podcast: Dan DeWitt
DeWitt is Associate Professor of Applied Theology and Apologetics and Director of Cedarville’s Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity.
International Church Planter to Speak
Micah Fries established churches in West Africa before serving at churches in Missouri and now at Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee.