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The Journal of Christian Ministry

The Journal of Christian Ministry (JCM) is an annual publication of The Association for Doctor of Ministry Education (ADME). The purpose of this journal is to encourage theological reflection regarding the training for and practice of Christian ministry at the highest level. While recognizing and appreciating the religious diversity that exists across the globe, this journal, as its name implies, recognizes the fundamental uniqueness of Jesus Christ.

The art of persuasion is a competency rooted in awareness of what counts as knowledge. Although skepticism over the value of theological education...

George Barna, founder and president of Barna Research Group, has been studying Christian churches in America for thirty years. In 1998, he wrote...

So begins the portrayal of an anxious young captain, commanding his first ship, coping with the intimidation he feels in relation to his...

This paper is a personal reflection revealing the author’s ideas of faith and belief to have previously been inadequate as they have focussed...

It is the thesis of this essay that educating clergy in the absence of focal attention to ecclesiology is insufficient. ...