D. Min. students at Campbell Divinity School gathered Friday to fellowship around the table, complete this year’s work and dialogue about what they have liked about/learned from the program.  Matthew Storie who travels several hours to get to classes admitted that, at the beginning of the class, he struggled with leaving his pastoral duties and dreaded the trip.  As time went on, he says, even with a heavy load of funerals, he looked forward to his time with his peers and professors.  Neal Cox echoed that with the admission that he enrolled at least partly because his ministry required it but now he finds strength and renewed vigor through it.  Charles Royal said the skilled structuring of the program seems to make writing the project less daunting.

We are proud of our D.Min. students and we wish them a productive summer of research!


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