Q: What attracted you to the Evangelism and Leadership program at Wheaton? What were you looking for in a M.A. program?
A: "When I found the Evangelism and Leadership Program on the Wheaton website, I was thrilled because it combines two of my passions in one degree plus I can do ministry full-time while working through the program. I love the modular format, and I can't imagine trying to do graduate school any other way." - Allison
Q: What courses stood out to you during your experience here in the Evangelism and Leadership program? Why did they stand out to you?
A: "I greatly enjoyed Lon Allison's evangelistic communication class. Learning from one of the most creative preachers in the U.S. and receiving his feedback for my preaching was invaluable. Lon not only taught us the skills to grow as evangelists, he helped us to understand how to be who God has created us when we preach." - Jessica
Quote on EVAN 542: Church: Models and Movements:
I wanted to thank you again for teaching this class. This was the perfect class for my current situation and possibly my favorite class in the entire program! It was wonderful. -Noah Curran
Q: How did you experience community within the Evangelism and Leadership program?
A: "The thing that I love most about the Evangelism and Leadership Program is the community of students. It's crazy to have students who minister in Romania, Kenya, Canada, Texas, and beyond all in one classroom at one time. The unique perspectives that everyone offers are priceless, and I learn as much from my fellow students as I do from the professors. It's a community of godly, passionate, and brilliant people!" - Allison
Q: What do you plan on doing after graduation? How do you see yourself integrating skills from this program into your future plans?
A: "I don't know. I am uncertain what the Lord has in store for me in terms of vocational ministry. I will simply continue to show up for life, proclaim the good news, and go where he leads. I suppose it's a composite approach. Everything I have learned here has built on itself. I will utilize everything to the best of my ability. Though I suspect it will simply show itself as I grow in ministry." - Gary
Q: What is your favorite experience here at Wheaton in the Evangelism and Leadership program?
A: "My favorite experience was observing an all day debate in Evan 526 on whether the Gospel is about the cross which saves me from my sin, Christ's victory over all darkness, the advancing Kingdom of God, or perhaps about how Jesus can give me my best life now. Why? Because this is the hottest, most pressing set of issues in the mind of thinking believers today. Richardson's curriculum is laser beam on target." - Wayne
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