Discipleship & Ministry
distance learning option
Undergraduate and Graduate Classes
Students will earn college credits for participation in day-long up to week-longs eminars, workshops, and clinics offered on a number of subjects throughout the year. All classes and seminars have been designed as professional continuing education opportunities to help equip believers for more effective Christian service and to edify and encourage them in their endeavors within the Kingdom of God.
Topics will include the study of materials and books by such renowned Christian authors as John Maxwell, Kay Arthur, Rick Warren, Beth Moore, James Dobson, and many others. In addition, outstanding ministers and notable Christian leaders will appear as part of the college’s “Deeper Life Speakers Series.”
Credits will be awarded for each of the seminars attended at CrossFire Christian College, depending upon the class-hours of each workshop, the degree of difficulty of the books and materials taught, and the satisfactory completion of any outside homework assignments. Many of these classes will be are made available online.
Every CrossFire Christian College student pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree with a major concentration in Discipleship and Ministry will be required to complete four core courses. Jesus taught these four marks of true discipleship, without which, He said, a person cannot be His disciple:
1. Abiding in His word John 8:31-32
2. Loving one another John 13:34-35
3. Bearing the cross Luke 14:27, 33
4. Producing spiritual fruit John 15:8
Bachelor of Ministry
120 undergraduate credit hours
Master of Ministry
30 graduate credit hours
No doctoral degree program is presently available in this track. However, any CrossFire Christian College student with a MMin degree in Discipleship & Ministry may choose to switch majors in order to pursue a Doctor of Ministry degree (DMin) either in Biblical Studies or in Spiritual Development.
Associate of Ministry
60 undergraduate credit hours