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Dallas Willard Ministries School Of Kingdom Living

Northeastern Seminary and Dallas Willard Ministries proudly announce a transformative partnership, offering a unique blend of intensive courses and retreat experiences alongside graduate seminary programs.

Rooted in a shared commitment to Christian formation, this collaboration provides students with a profound journey into spiritual growth and leadership development through this partnership.

Dallas Willard Ministries offers an 18-month School of Kingdom Living, gathering four times with a cohort of Christian leaders in highly personal covenant communities. During the residencies, members participate in ecumenical dialogue, interaction, and practices.

Northeastern Seminary has approved the School of Kingdom Living curriculum as 12 credits for either the Doctor of Ministry Program or toward select master’s programs.

Programs at Northeastern Seminary do not require residency and can be completed fully online which makes the covenant community-based program at Dallas Willard a perfect collaboration with our online programs.

Dallas Willard Ministries is thrilled to partner with Northeastern Seminary. The academic rigor at Northeastern wonderfully compliments the practical rigor in the School of Kingdom Living. Students will not only learn essential theological concepts but will also have space to put those concepts into practice, all of which aims to produce a fruitful life in ministry.”

Dallas Willard Ministries Executive Director John Carroll said.

Students follow normal application procedures and deadlines for admission to both the School of Kingdom Living and Northeastern Seminary. The admissions processes are separate. Students entering either the Doctor of Ministry program, or a Master’s program at Northeastern Seminary must have successfully completed the School of Kingdom Living program before being granted advanced standing credit (12). No partial credit will be allowed.