Christ-centered. Personal Growth.
Spiritual Formation: Concentration
Follow Christ. Lead others. Glorify God. That’s your calling – elevated at NGU.
Transformational Spiritual Leadership Begins Here
Effective leadership, in ministry and society, does not have to be a complicated process. You want to glorify God as you follow Christ and lead others to do the same. But where do you start? You look to God’s Word and the history of the church to elevate your understanding of spiritual formation.
Explore the biblical foundations of spiritual formation. Examine leadership, personal development, communication, and more from a Christian worldview. Experience the impact of disciples making disciples across generational and cultural divides.
Then, bring your in-class studies to life through Impact 360’s residential leadership program. Become a transformational leader in church and society through a Master of Arts in leadership with a spiritual formation concentration, at NGU.
What Can I Do with a Concentration in Spiritual Formation?
A master’s in leadership with a concentration in spiritual formation prepares you for various roles. You can pursue a career as a spiritual counselor, nonprofit leader, or community organizer.
This degree emphasizes personal and ethical growth, making you a valuable asset in organizations that prioritize holistic leadership and personal development.
Counselor or Therapist
Religious Education Coordinator
NGU’s Master of Arts in Leadership is a full-time residential program with content that integrates Impact 360’s world-class leadership experience. This program combines two incredible institutions into one epic experience.
Bring your studies to life as you engage servant leadership and spiritual formation in real-world, community-based settings. Experience transformational leadership, every day.
The world beside faithful & accomplished leaders.
A Biblical Approach to Spiritual Formation
- Ethical Foundations
- Understanding Generation Z
- Biblical Foundations of Leadership
- Cross-Cultural Leadership
- Leadership Theory and Development
- Personal Leadership Development
- Foundations of a Christian Worldview
- Spiritual Formation
- Theology of Christian Life
- Devotional Classics of the Christian Faith
- Applied Leadership Project
Stories that Started Here
Micheal Pardue, MCM ’10
I currently serve as President of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.
Dr. R. Marshall Blalock
It’s not about the title; it’s all about growing in the service and love of our great Savior.