Supervised Ministry helps facilitate hands-on training for seminary students preparing for the ministry. Students who participate in Supervised Ministry receive class credit for performing the ministry in the local church and denominational agencies. The Seminary President, Dr. Kelley says, "We do in order to learn, we learn in order to do." Supervised Ministry facilitates this conviction on a number of levels:
Supervised Ministry I equips students with the necessary skills to engage in personal evangelism and provides opportunities for students to actively participate in personal evangelism. Each year, hundred of people begin a new life in Christ through students sharing their faith.
Supervised Ministry II provides opportunities for a student to be mentored in the field of the student's calling. The student plans and carries out a project for which he or she is directly responsible as the mentor guides and evaluates the student's progress.