INVESTING IN TOMORROW'S LEADERS
“To equip our leaders to impact the future of worldwide ministry by applying the Nyskc theology of “Restoration of Worship” with a firm foundation in biblical principles”
Concentrated study in three basic areas – Bible, systematic theology, and
practical theology – characterizes this three-year program. As the standard ministerial degree program, its scope is sufficiently broad to equip students for varied
church or mission vocations. The heart of the program is the core curriculum of required courses, selected in response to the demands of the work of ministry.
Master of Divinity
The Master of Theology is designed for the enhanced understanding of and
commitment to personal and social holiness through practices of moral, personal and spiritual formation, in a context of
accountability to a community of faith and dependence on the Spirit of Christ.
Master of Theology
Designed to increase the effectiveness of pastors.
It is built upon the biblical, theological, and professional foundations of the M.Div degree. Designed to be flexible enough to meet individual needs while seeking to encourage increased competence in the classical and functional disciplines already studied in pre-professional courses required for ministry.
Doctor of Ministry
News & Events
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Nyskc Symposium 2017
The year 2017 marks 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. Therefore, the theme of this year’s symposium is "Diaphora and Adiaphora" from the standpoint of Reformed Theology; while studying the three philosophies of Reformed Theology and five ideas from the perspectives of Restoration Theology. Nyskc Symposium will be held at Nyskc University and scholars will give lectures based on the study of Old Testament/New Testament scriptures and NYSKC Theology.
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Nyskc Leadership Academy 2017
Remember Me, O My GOD, for Me (Neh. 13:31)
내 하나님이여 나를 기억하사 복을 주옵소서 (느 13:31)
Medina County Commissioner William Hutson
Spring 2017 Semester Starts
Welcome Back to 2017 Spring Semester.
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