Christian Ministry and Leadership (TTPT)

TTPT 510 - Evangelism and Follow-UpCredits 3

The biblical principles and practice of evangelism and discipleship. The class will seek to develop the skills of personal evangelism, determine strategies for a discipleship ministry. Notes: Required of M.Div. and M.A. (Biblical and Theological Studies) students and M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 591 - Introduction to Field EducationCredit 1

Introduction into the practical elements of ministry. Emphasis will be placed on career planning, field experience and preparation for Field Education Internship in the M.Div. and M.A.C.M.L. programs. Notes: Required of M.Div. students and M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level 1 Class, Graduate Level 2 Class, Graduate Level 3 Class, Graduate Level 4 Class, Junior Class, or Senior Class; Undergraduate, Talbot School of Theology; Undergraduate Level, Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 592 - Field Education IICredits 0

Weekly involvement in ministry with satisfactory completion of student's self-evaluation form and supervisor's evaluation form. Notes: Required of M.Div. students and M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) students. Grade Mode: C.
Prerequisites: TTPT 591.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level 1 Class, Graduate Level 2 Class, Graduate Level 3 Class, Graduate Level 4 Class, Junior Class, or Senior Class; Undergraduate, Talbot School of Theology; Undergraduate Level, Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 602 - Pastoral MinistryCredits 3

A study of a pastor's call, purpose, and role in ministry. Special attention will be given to providing leadership in worship, music, ordinances, weddings, funerals, and hospital and home visitation. Notes: Required of M.Div. (Pastoral and General Ministries, Christian Education, Evangelism and Discipleship, Spiritual Formation) students, and M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 604 - Pastoral Care and ChaplaincyCredits 3

Study of pastoral care to the physically and emotionally sick and suffering, crisis ministry, and ministry to the dying and bereaved. The special nature and demands of chaplaincy, including workplace, military and especially healthcare chaplaincy, will also be studied. Students will be required to establish a volunteer relationship with a healthcare agency (hospital or nursing home) in the community in order to complete a 36-hour clinical assignment for the class. Notes: Required of M.Div. and M.A.C.M.L. (Pastoral Care and Counseling) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 707.
Restrictions: Must be Pastoral Care & Couns (TPCC) or Pastoral Care & Couns (TACC); Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 609 - Expository PreachingCredits 3

The process of preparation that results in sermons that are biblically accurate, easy to follow, interesting to listen to and relevant to contemporary needs. Notes: Required of M.Div. students and M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry, Women's Ministries) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: M.Div. and M.A.C.M.L.: TTBE 517, TTNT 503; M.A.: TTBE 517.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level 1 Class, Graduate Level 2 Class, Graduate Level 3 Class, Graduate Level 4 Class, Junior Class, or Senior Class; Undergraduate, Talbot School of Theology; Undergraduate Level, Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 610 - Contemporary Biblical PreachingCredits 3

A study of factors leading to preaching effectiveness, including: creative preaching forms, speaker credibility, listener motivation, auditorium size and shape, filing systems and organizing the work week. Notes: Required of M.Div. (Pastoral and General Ministries; Evangelism and Discipleship) students, and M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 609.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level 1 Class, Graduate Level 2 Class, Graduate Level 3 Class, Graduate Level 4 Class, Junior Class, or Senior Class; Undergraduate, Talbot School of Theology; Undergraduate Level, Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 611 - Practical Theology SeminarCredits 1-2

Discussion of one or more facets of the ministry with an emphasis on serving in the local church. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 614 - Church Growth and Church Planting in the USACredits 3

A study of the biblical principles and practices for church growth and church planting in the North American context. Special emphasis placed on defining current trends and contemporary models of ministry. Notes: Required of M.Div. (Evangelism and Discipleship) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 615 - Biblical Church GrowthCredits 3

Provides a study of the history, theology, principles, and procedures of church growth in North America, along with an emphasis on strategy for increasing the spiritual and numerical growth of local churches. Insights and ideas for turning around declining and plateaued churches are addressed. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level, Post Masters Level or Doctoral Level.

TTPT 616 - Church PlantingCredits 3

The course presents the best practices and effective strategies for planting new congregations in the USA. A theology of church multiplication is examined, and numerous models and methods for starting new churches are presented. Case studies of successful church plants are discussed. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level, Post Masters Level or Doctoral Level.

TTPT 620 - Principles and Practice of WorshipCredits 2

A study of the theology and practice of congregational worship from a biblical, psychological, practical, and historical perspective. The course includes an analysis of contemporary styles, and the development of basic skills for leading congregational worship. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 623 - The Asian Church in the American SocietyCredits 3

A study of various factors that impact the effectiveness of a second generation English ministry with a first generation Asian church. These factors include how immigration history and family structure shape leadership style and church structure. Since these structures contribute to on-going conflict with American societal values, biblical principles are explored to personally and corporately address conflict resolution. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 626 - Group Counseling LeadershipCredits 3

Learn group leadership skills that can be applied to various contexts including church, counseling and community. Course focuses on content and skills development and you will actually lead a new group with supervision provided through the course. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 627 - Premarital Preparation and CounselingCredits 2

Counseling techniques applied to dating and courtship, engagement and premarital adjustments. Principles and structures of premarital counseling are stressed and demonstrated. Emphasis on the use of TJTA, Prepare and Family History analysis. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 707.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 628 - Marital CounselingCredits 3

Explores the foundations of marriage and marital conflict from scriptural and psychological perspectives. Reviews approaches to counseling and explores change and growth procedures and skills. Notes: Required of M.Div. and M.A.C.M.L. (Pastoral Care and Counseling) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 707.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 634 - Foundations of Women's MinistriesCredits 3

This course is designed to prepare a student to validate, develop and maintain a biblical, contemporary ministry to women in or through the local church. Key foundational issues such as philosophy of ministry, leadership development, life stages of women, current and future trends and program development will be addressed. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Women's Ministries) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 635 - Toward a Philosophy of Ministry to WomenCredits 3

A study of New Testament essentials leading to a model for ministry to women, with an emphasis on strategic planning and an evaluative review of major parachurch ministries to women. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Women's Ministries) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 636 - Evangelizing and Ministering to Women in the Present CultureCredits 3

A survey of the transition from pre-modern to post-modern in American church culture, with tools to attract and encourage women as they deal with contemporary issues such as feminism, depression, sexual abuse, abortion, eating disorders, and electronic temptations. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Women's Ministries) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 637 - Family Issues in Women's MinistryCredits 3

Developing ministry approaches to women facing common family issues such as divorce, single parenting, caring for aging parents, balancing work and home, breast cancer, infertility, singleness and widowhood. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Women's Ministries) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 638 - Survey of Biblical and Historical Women in MinistryCredits 3

A study of biblical women who played key roles in Israel and the early church, and of women's contributions through the centuries to the spread of the gospel and the establishment of Christian thought and institutions. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Women's Ministries) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 639 - Developing Leadership TeamsCredits 3

The principles and practice of developing leadership teams, mentor relationships, and discipleship emphases in ministries to women. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Women's Ministries) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 681 - Talbot A.S. Officers InternshipCredits 0

Each elected Talbot Associated Student officer is responsible for duties as described in the Talbot Associated Student Constitution. This course evaluates their involvement in this ministry. Notes: Talbot students only. Required of current Talbot A.S. officers. Grade Mode: C.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 691 - Field Education IIICredits 0

Weekly involvement in ministry with satisfactory completion of student's self-evaluation form and supervisor's evaluation form. Notes: M.Div. Pastoral Care and Counseling students take 693, 694, and 695 instead. Grade Mode: C.
Prerequisites: M.Div.: TTPT 591, TTPT 592. M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry): TTPT 591.
Restrictions: Must be Christian Education (TPCE), Spiritual Formation (TPSF), Missions & ICS (TPMI), Messianic Jewish Studies (TPMS), Pastoral/General Ministries (TPPA), Preaching & Pastoral Ministry (TAPP) or Evangelism and Discipleship (TPEV); Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 692 - Field Education IVCredits 0

Weekly involvement in ministry with satisfactory completion of student's self-evaluation form, supervisor's evaluation form and sermon evaluation form. Grade Mode: C.
Prerequisites: TTPT 591, TTPT 592, TTPT 691.
Restrictions: Must be Evangelism and Discipleship (TPEV), Spiritual Formation (TPSF), Messianic Jewish Studies (TPMS), Pastoral/General Ministries (TPPA), Christian Education (TPCE) or Missions & ICS (TPMI); Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 693 - Pastoral Care and Counseling Internship ICredit 1

A series of interviews of pastors and agency leaders to discover the breadth of ministry approaches, practices, perspectives and goals. A proposal near the end of the semester for involvement in a specific ministry is submitted for approval to the pastor or agency leader, and then submitted to the professor for Talbot approval as well. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 707.
Restrictions: Must be Pastoral Care & Couns (TPCC) or Pastoral Care & Couns (TACC); Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 694 - Pastoral Care and Counseling Internship IICredit 1

One-hundred hours of supervised ministry under the mentorship of an approved pastor or agency leader. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 693 and TTPT 740.
Restrictions: Must be Pastoral Care & Couns (TPCC) or Pastoral Care & Couns (TACC); Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 695 - Pastoral Care and Counseling Internship IIICredits 1-2

One-hundred hours per credit of supervised ministry under the mentorship of an approved pastor or agency leader. Notes: May be taken for 1 or 2 credits; 100 hours are required for each credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 694.
Restrictions: Must be Pastoral Care & Couns (TPCC) or Pastoral Care & Couns (TACC); Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 696 - Pastoral Care and Counseling InternshipCredits 1-2

Directed experience in preparation, enrichment, equipping and remedial ministries in selected churches and agencies. Notes: Suggested 1 credit at a time. May be taken for a maximum of 4 credits. TTPT 696 should be taken in the student's final three semesters. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 707.
Restrictions: Must be Pastoral Care & Couns (TPCC) or Pastoral Care & Couns (TACC); Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 699 - Women's Ministries InternshipCredits 1-2

Directed experience in preparation, enrichment, equipping and remedial ministries in selected churches and agencies. Notes: May be taken for a maximum of 4 credits. Should be taken in student's final semesters. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Women's Ministries (TAWM); Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 702 - Intermediate Pastoral CounselingCredits 3

Building upon the introductory counseling content discussed in previous coursework, this course will explore integrative pastoral counseling strategies that can be appropriately and effectively used to counsel individuals seeking such assistance in a church or para-church context. Special attention will be given to defining common presenting problems, determining appropriate counseling strategies and seeking consultation or referral when necessary. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 707.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level, Post Masters Level or Doctoral Level.

TTPT 703 - The Church and SocietyCredits 3

A study of biblical ethics and the role the local church plays in the community. Special attention will be given to major social problems such as sanctity of life, chemical abuse, domestic violence, social ills, and the political process. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Pastoral Care and Counseling, Sports Ministries; Preaching and Pastoral Ministry may take TTPH 602 instead), M.A. Diversified, and M.Div. (except Missions and Intercultural Studies) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 707 - Foundations of Pastoral Care and CounselingCredits 2

Explores ministry to people who request counseling in church and para-church contexts. Starting with relationship building skills, students will discover their limits in help-giving, and learn appropriate referral process. Much of the course focus will then be an exploration of building small communities within a church ministry. Notes: Required of M.Div. (except Spiritual Formation), M.A.C.M.L., and M.A.C.E. students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 708 - Advanced Pastoral CounselingCredits 3

This course moves beyond learning relationship skills to developing skills that help people with the realization of physical, spiritual, emotional and moral issues in their lives. Secondly, there is a focus on skills that help people take responsibility for the awareness they have gained. The spiritual transformation process is integrated into the development of these skills. Notes: Required of M.Div. and M.A.C.M.L. (Pastoral Care and Counseling) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 707.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 711 - Advanced Sermon PreparationCredits 2

This course will assist advanced students to hone their preaching skills. Students will interact with the professor and various established preachers on issues such as the practice and ethics of persuasion, varieties of personal style and delivery, and planning a preaching calendar. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 609.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 712 - Ethics of the FathersCredits 2

A study of the tractate of the Mishnah called Pirke Avot, the Ethics of the Fathers, with a view toward comparing these rabbinic teachings with the wisdom literature of the Hebrew Scriptures, the revelation of the New Testament, and the issues of ethics in contemporary society. Attention will be given to the interrelatedness of this Jewish tradition with biblical ethics incumbent upon Messianic Jewish congregations. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 716 - Addressing Common Pastoral Counseling ConcernsCredits 3

A study of some of the common concerns presented to pastors and pastoral care leaders. Issues such as ADD and related disorders, alcohol and substance abuse, anger, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, loss and grief, self-image and identity disorders, sexual addictions and pornography, and suicide will be studied. Specific interventions will be studied to augment the overall helping processes learned in other classes. The integration of theology and psychology will be prominent in this course as well. Notes: Required of M.Div. and M.A.C.M.L. (Pastoral Care and Counseling) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 707.
Restrictions: Must be Pastoral Care & Couns (TPCC) or Pastoral Care & Couns (TACC); Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 717 - Research Seminar ICredits 1-2

In-depth investigation of a topic under the guidance of the Christian Ministry and Leadership department using standard research procedures. Topic selection is by department approval. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 718 - Research Seminar IICredits 1-2

In-depth investigation of a topic under the guidance of the Christian Ministry and Leadership department using standard research procedures. Topic selection is by department approval. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 722 - Small Group DiscipleshipCredits 3

An examination of the role of small groups in the local church for developing biblical community. Emphasis is placed on understanding interpersonal relationships, character development and skills for organizing and leading a small group ministry. Notes: Required of M.Div. (Evangelism and Discipleship) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 723 - Integration in Jewish StudiesCredits 2,3

Intended as a capstone seminar, this course will summarize and apply the primary lessons learned throughout the program in Jewish Studies. The integration of learning in this course is designed to better equip those entering or continuing in the field of Messianic Jewish ministry. Students will be expected to share the findings of their thesis research and/or field education with a view toward refinement and development of further investigation. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 725 - Counseling Troubled FamiliesCredits 3

A comparison of positive and negative family systems in Scripture, in theory and in church life. The development of a team approach to intervention, enrichment and equipping for ministry to families. Notes: Required of M.Div. and M.A.C.M.L. (Pastoral Care and Counseling) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 628, TTPT 707 or their equivalents.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 726 - Creative PreachingCredits 2

An exploration of innovative ways to proclaim God's Word, such as dramatic narrative, voice-over, audience participation, interview format, and video integration. This course will equip the student to creatively communicate the Bible with cultural relevance and scriptural fidelity. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 609.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 728 - Mentoring in MinistryCredits 3

Study and practice of mentoring in the context of ministry and preparation for ministry. Students will be exposed to mentoring in a variety of contexts and distill the most important processes of mentoring for ministry. The major proportion of the course will put students into the practice of mentoring where mentoring processes can be experienced first hand. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 730 - Biblical Leadership and ManagementCredits 3

The biblical basis for organizational management and leadership. Examination of the process of planning, organizing, leading and supporting from a biblical basis and made applicable to Christian service and ministry. Notes: Required of M.Div. (Pastoral and General Ministries) students and M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 732 - Money and Ministry: Biblical StudyCredits 3

This course is an exploration of biblical texts related to the personal use of money and possessions with the outcome of leading students to develop a biblical worldview of money that translates into a way of life. Attention will be placed on practical implementation of God's financial principles in the students' church ministry context and family situations. Topics to be covered: materialism and spirituality, honesty, giving, counsel, savings, debt, credit, work, eternity, and church financial education. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 740 - Issues and Ethics in MinistryCredits 2

A study of the ethical issues unique to the pastor, his family and the congregation. An examination of theological and psychological aspects of pastoral care, including ethical issues, networking with other health care professionals, management of the practice of church discipline, and equipping of the laity for pastoral care ministries. Notes: Required of M.Div. and M.A.C.M.L. (Pastoral Care and Counseling) students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 741 - Preaching Narrative LiteratureCredits 3

A great deal of scripture was written in narrative format. This course will equip students to properly interpret the story portions of the Old and New Testament, and assist them in preaching this literature with new confidence and power. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 609.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 742 - Preaching the Wisdom and Poetic Literature of the Old TestamentCredits 3

A genre sensitive approach to interpreting and communicating the books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon, with the goal of equipping the student to capture the insights and spiritual impact of this literature. Notes: Required of M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) students. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 609.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 743 - Preaching to the Post-Modern MindCredits 3

This course will explore how the increasingly influential postmodern worldview impacts the preaching event. The class will give the modern preacher the homiletical tools necessary to function effectively in this intellectual environment. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: TTPT 609.
Restrictions: Must be Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 745 - Issues in Spiritual WarfareCredits 3

A multidisciplinary and critical examination of a variety of contemporary models of deliverance ministry, exorcism, and inner healing prayer therapies. This course develops a biblical/theological/historical perspective, explores the cultural and anthropological dimensions, and investigates the psychological dynamics related to this phenomena. The goal is to develop a practical and eclectic model that is biblically grounded. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 747 - The Role of Spiritual Warfare in Christian Life and MinistryCredits 3

An exploration of the biblical and theological basis of spiritual warfare and how a practical understanding of this area of Christian teaching can facilitate the process of spiritual growth and fruitfulness in ministry. Attention will be given not only to general principles of spiritual warfare, but also to the role of inner healing and the ministry of deliverance. Included will be practical ministry skills in dealing with issues such as trauma, deception, bitterness, judgments, defense mechanisms and others that can hinder a person's relationship with God, the formation of mature Christian character, and ministry to others. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level, Post Masters Level or Doctoral Level.

TTPT 750 - Directed StudyCredits 1-4

Reading and research in selected areas of study. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 760 - SeminarCredits 1-3

Selected topics in the field of ministry. Notes: May be taken multiple times for credit with different content.Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 774 - The Family of the Christian LeaderCredits 2

A consideration of the special and unique challenges faced by vocational Christian workers and their families. Includes all phases of occupational Christian ministry. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 775 - Parent Education in MinistryCredits 2

Review of the history of parenting, biblical injunctions and models of parenting, and current research on parenting. Then the development of parent education modules for conferences, seminars, workshops, learning groups or preaching series. Notes: Elective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 791 - Field InternshipCredits 0-2

Integration of all the disciplines of ministry and seminary education. It provides supervised experience in various phases of Christian ministry. One hundred hours of field experience each semester are evaluated in classroom interaction. When Offered: Fall. Notes: Missions and Intercultural Studies students see ISCL 791792; Pastoral Care and Counseling see TTPT 693, 694, and 695. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: M.Div.: TTPT 591, TTPT 592, TTPT 691, TTPT 692 and completion of 48 hours of the M.Div. program. M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry): TTPT 591, TTPT 592, TTPT 691.
Restrictions: Must be Spiritual Formation (TPSF), Messianic Jewish Studies (TPMS), Pastoral/General Ministries (TPPA), Preaching & Pastoral Ministry (TAPP) or Evangelism and Discipleship (TPEV); Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 792 - Field InternshipCredits 0-2

Integration of all the disciplines of ministry and seminary education. It provides supervised experience in various phases of Christian ministry. One hundred hours of field experience each semester are evaluated in classroom interaction. When Offered: Spring. Notes: Missions and Intercultural Studies students see ISCL 791792; Pastoral Care and Counseling see TTPT 693, 694, and 695. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: M.Div. TTPT 591, TTPT 592, TTPT 691, TTPT 692 and completion of 48 hours of the M.Div. program. M.A.C.M.L. (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry) TTPT 591, 592, 691.
Restrictions: Must be Evangelism and Discipleship (TPEV), Pastoral/General Ministries (TPPA) or Preaching & Pastoral Ministry (TAPP); Talbot School of Theology; Post Masters Level, Doctoral Level or Graduate Level.

TTPT 802 - Spiritual Conflicts and CounselingCredits 2

A study of the conflict between the kingdom of darkness and the kingdom of light with an emphasis on the authority, power, protection as well as the vulnerability of the believer. The techniques of counseling the spiritually afflicted are also considered. Notes: Elective for Th.M. students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level, Post Masters Level or Doctoral Level.

TTPT 880 - Directed ResearchCredits 1-3

In-depth investigation of a topic under the guidance of the Christian Ministry and Leadership department using standard research procedures. Topic selection is by department approval. Notes: Elective for Th.M. students. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level, Post Masters Level or Doctoral Level.