College of Ministry students unite experience in church leadership with in-depth study of scripture and theology. Their professors have learned what Christian service entails through their own ministry experience. These faculty members become mentors who can help students refine their sense of calling and plan for their future in ministry.
Through scholarly study of the Bible, students build a foundation of wisdom that will enable them to speak insightfully when they minister and to provide guidance for people who come to them. The coursework and internships work together to create church leaders who are prepared to be effective demonstrations of Christ's love to the world.
Northwest University's College of Ministry helps men and women develop their gifts so that these students can become leaders who have the tools to make a difference in communities, whether in their local neighborhood or overseas. The school prepares students for all areas of vocational ministry, including pastoral ministries, youth ministry, children's ministry, and missions.
College of Ministry
|Dr. Wayde Goodall||Dean, Professor|
|Dr. Blaine Charette||Professor of Bible, Greek|
|Dr. Ronald Hall||Professor of Pastoral Theology and Ministry, Preaching|
|Dr. Waldemar Kowalski||Professor of Bible, Theology|
|Dr. Robert Stallman||Professor of Bible, Hebrew|
|Dr. John Bangs||Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries|
|Dr. Kari Brodin||Professor of Bible, Biblical Languages|
|Dr. David Thomas||Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies|
|Dr. Joshua Ziefle||Associate Professor of Youth Ministries|
|Dr. Brad Embry||Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible, Old Testament|