MA in Leadership with a Concentration in Intercultural Ministry

If you feel called to “go to the nations”—whether that be in the diversity of an inner city here in the States or truly to another country—don’t you want to learn how to do that with grace and sensitivity to the culture you are entering? The intercultural ministry concentration of our MA in leadership degree offers you tools to bridge complex cultural gaps so that you may serve Christ faithfully in settings far different from your own. This concentration is about equipping both prospective and experienced overseas missionaries for effective cross-cultural ministry and it gives nationals from other countries the tools to minister more effectively in their own contexts. Whether your ministry is here or abroad, our intercultural faculty is ready to lend you their wisdom and experience.

Faculty Highlight

Dr. Scott Klingsmith is assistant professor of intercultural studies a the missologist-in-residence at Denver Seminary. Dr. Klingsmith has extensive teaching experience around the world and is fluent in English, German, and Romanian. He is the editor of Acta Missiologiae, a journal for reflection on missiological issues and mission practice in Central and Eastern Europe.


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Teah Thomson,

MA 2013

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How can I use this degree?

  • Minster in overseas missions
  • Ministry of nationals returning to their countries
  • Leadership in urban ministry settings
  • Lead in diplomatic or international contexts
  • Politics

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