As a part of the School of Christian Ministries, Hands-On Ministry Teams allow you to experience different kinds of ministry while working along-side your fellow classmates. You’ll spend three hours each week learning how to connect with people, developing your gifts, and serving in a local ministry.
Each year, the University of Mobile sends several missions teams across the country to serve our neighbors. There are a variety of locations, types of service, and lengths of time that fit any schedule. You will work with various churches and organizations across the nation to make an influence and share the love of Christ.
The School of Christian Ministries has several international trips each year that encompass a wide variety of experiences. Whether your desire is to work with orphans, human trafficking victims, church planting, medical or physical labor based trips– you will hone your skills and use your gifts for the glory of God as you share his name globally.
SCHOOL OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES
Our mission is to help students prepare for God’s call to ministry through the most effective, biblically based undergraduate theological education and hands-on ministry training program. Our goal is to produce some of the most influential Christian leaders in the world today!
The School of Christian Ministries experience is based on a four-year highly intentional process of training that prepares individuals for real-life ministry. This process includes three major areas of ministry preparation which we call the H3 Model, a revolutionary approach to ministry training based on the Gospels. The H3 Model provides a rigorous academic curriculum that trains your head, a supportive spiritual environment to encourage your heart, and a variety of groundbreaking opportunities to serve with your hands.
Every full-time faculty member who teaches in the School of Christian Ministries…
- Is an active member of a cooperating Southern Baptist church
- Is a graduate from a Southern Baptist-affiliated seminary
- Affirms the Baptist Faith & Message (2000)
- Affirms the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy (1978)
- Holds an earned doctorate
- Has years of experience in ministry and/or teaching
Head, The Heart, and The Hands