NAMB Partnership

NAMB Partnership with NOBTS

In an unprecedented agreement, NAMB and NOBTS are partnering to give church planters academic credit in conjunction with the NAMB training they're already receiving.

The program provides up to 19 graduate hours for those enrolled in Send Network Training; up to 20 graduate hours for those in the Multiplication Pipeline Training; and 18 undergraduate hours for those in the Multiplication Pipeline Training.


Highlights

  • No additional school work needed. If you're in NAMB's training and already a NOBTS student, then contact Taylor Lancaster ( daycenter@nobts.edu) about registration. 
  • These are full accredited hours. That means you are already 18-20 hours into an NOBTS degree.
  • You can finish your degree where you are. Through NOBTS' online classes, NOLA2U (live, interactive video), and the mentoring program, you do not need to leave your ministry setting.

Course Credit

Graduate students in the Multiplication Pipeline:

  • Mentoring in Gospel Ministry (3 or 6 hours per semester; 12 hours total)
  • Supervised Ministry 1 (2 hours)
  • Supervised Ministry 2 (2 hours)
  • Discipleship Strategies (2 hours)
  • Interpersonal Relationship Skills (2 hours)

(Spans 2 semesters)

Undergraduate students in the Multiplication Pipeline:

  • Church Ministry Practicum (3 or 6 hours per semester; 18 hours total)

(Spans 3 semesters)

Graduate credit for Send Network Training:

  • Mentoring in Gospel Ministry (3 or 6 hours per semester; 12 hours total)
  • Supervised Ministry 1 (2 hours)
  • Supervised Ministry 2 (2 hours)
  • Church Leadership and Administration (3 hours)

(Spans 3 semesters)

 

TO BEGIN

Grad

Contact Dr. George Ross (gross@nobts.edu, daycenter@nobts.edu)

Undergrad

Contact Dr. Thomas Strong (tstrong@nobts.edu)

 

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