Churches of God History & Polity to be offered in January

The Churches of God History & Polity class will be offered during the week of January 9-13 at Doubling Gap Center, 1550 Doubling Gap Road, Newville. Classes will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. The history and polity class is a foundational class for those in ministry or preparing for ministry in theContinue reading “Churches of God History & Polity to be offered in January”

Registration opens for Spring 2021

Ministry Training Institute is pleased to announce that registration is now open for our Spring 2021 semester. We’ll be offering three courses that are required for pastoral track students and two elective courses. All of the classes would be excellent for those who are not looking to be a pastor or seeking credentials in theContinue reading “Registration opens for Spring 2021”

Announcing the fall class schedule for Ministry Training Institute

UPDATE: Please note that we have changed the days for two classes. History of the Bible will now be offered on Tuesdays and Designed to Disciple will be offered on Thursdays. The correct times are listed below. MTI is pleased to announce a slate of six classes for the fall 2020 semester. Three classes willContinue reading “Announcing the fall class schedule for Ministry Training Institute”

A response to the coronavirus by Dr. Michael Walker

There are so many things happening in our society with the advent of the novel coronavirus.  Most of us are at home with our families. Churches are not able to gather in their traditional bethels for worship.  Many people are now working from home or have become unemployed because of this virus. Many people haveContinue reading “A response to the coronavirus by Dr. Michael Walker”

News & Praise: November 8

Every once in a while,  we’ll post a few notes of news and praise about what is happening at MTI. • Don’t forget that registration is underway for the winter/spring semester. MTI is offering Old Testament Foundations: Wisdom Literature and the Prophets (OT 102) with Professor Anthony Zumbo and Ministry to Children and Youth (ME 109/CM 205)Continue reading “News & Praise: November 8”