Terry Cross, Dean
Bob Bayles, Associate Dean
Professors Daniela Augustine, Michael Fuller, Skip Jenkins, Lisa Long, and Lisa Stephenson
Associate Professors Rolondo Cuellar, Robert Debalak, William Lamb, Brian Peterson, and Christopher Stephenson
Assistant Professors Daniel Glover, Julie Martinez, Kevin Nordby, Stephanie Nordby, Lorinda Roberts, Kevin Snider, and Justin Walker
Lecturer Jodie Augustine
Lee’s School of Theology & Ministry (STM) is committed to sending forth graduates who have the greatest potential of effectively engaging the world with the redemptive work of Jesus Christ.
We cannot truly love what we do not know rightly. Everything we do in the STM revolves around that principle. Our highly trained faculty are deeply committed to the Lordship of Christ and life in the church. Our low student-teacher ratio means that our students receive a high level of car, attention, and mentorship inside and outside of the classroom. Students who study with us acquire the vocabulary to express and explain their beliefs and religious experiences, which are continually enriched through living and learning together.
God desires to redeem the world through Jesus Christ and has commissioned the church as His Spirit-filled witnesses to fulfill this mission in the earth. The future of the church depends on educated and quipped servant leaders; therefore, we believe that spiritually empowered, academically informed, and practically trained graduates are imperative to the mission of God’s redeeming work in the world.
The School of Theology & Ministry offers programs of study to prepare men and women for ministry in the church and world. The School of Theology & Ministry offers the following undergraduate programs:
Students who wish to expand biblical and theological study to include other academic or vocational interests across campus are often interested in these options:
The religion core courses operate at the center of the liberal arts enterprise. These foundatational courses in Bible, theology and eithics promote a thoughtful appropriation of historic christian faith that catalyzes a Christ-centered study of all the discipliens inthe university, nurtures faithful discipleship within the Church cultivates a sensitivity to theh activity of the Spirit of God in the world, and encourages human responses to that action.
Faculty from the School of Thelogy & Ministry (STM) are engaged in delivering the Religion Core to majors from across the university.
The Religion Core comprises coursework in:
- Message of the Old Testament
- Message of the New Testament
- Introduction to Theology
- Introduction to Christian Ethics
Religion Core for School of Religion Majors
The School of Theology & Ministry offers following programs of graduate study:
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Master of Arts