Mentoring and Spiritual Formation
Denver Seminary has developed an integrated ministry education process that not only addresses the content of your faith (knowing) and your ministry skills and competency (doing), but also your character (being). The entire process is intensely relational, personalized, contextual and self-directed.
Six key values define the process: context-based learning, integration, intentionality, multiple sources of input, theological reflection and lifelong learning. Through personalized learning contracts, regular meetings with mentors and a spiritual formation group, and work within a specific ministry context, at Denver Seminary you will have an educational experience that concretely reflects these values.
The training and mentoring experience creates tightly knit partnerships between the Seminary faculty and ministry leaders who you choose to serve as your mentors. Classroom-based courses are integrated with your training and mentoring process so that your Seminary experiences are connected and inform each other. This takes Seminary education to an entirely new level and connects it to life: life as you really live it, and life as it is lived by those you will serve.