The Ministerial Fellowship Committee's (MFC's) expectation is that, prior to graduation from a theological school or equivalent program, each candidate will have achieved a satisfactory level of competence in specified areas. Students are encouraged to work closely with the school in planning their courses of study so that these areas can be covered through course work, independent study, reading, seminars, workshops or other experiences.
Following is a listing of areas of competence that the MFC feels each candidate should cover in the course of his/her preparation. How these areas are covered is left to the candidate and the theological school. However, the committee will request that each candidate prepare a written statement. Course work with brief course descriptions should be included in the statement as well as brief descriptions of the readings, seminars, workshops, or life experience being cited as pertinent to the specific areas of competence.
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Last updated on Friday, June 28, 2013.
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