As a shepherd of God's flock, expository preaching is the supreme manifestation of love for the church.
The Doctor of Ministry in Expository Preaching is a modular program designed to refine the faithful expositor's preaching ability, providing an academic setting that enables him to remain in his present ministry.
Grow in knowledge of the Scripture, homiletics, and expository preaching.
Study in Los Angeles under faithful preachers and teachers who are known for their expertise.
Fellowship richly with other pastors who share the calling to feed Christ's flock.
Preach in your current ministry context using concepts from each modular session.
The program has one simple goal in mind — to fine tune your preaching for maximum effectiveness.
- John MacArthur
- John MacArthur
Expository Preaching and The New Testament | Derek Thomas
Homiletics and Sermon Delivery | Arturo Azurdia
Historical and Contemporary Preaching Models | Carl Trueman & Michael Reeves
Doctrinal Foundation for Expository Preaching | Professors TBA
Expository Preaching and The Old Testament | Professors TBA
Theology and Expository Preaching | Professors TBA
President, Professor of Pastoral Ministries
Professor of Preaching, Dean of D.Min. Studies
Guest Lecturer, Pastor of Trinity Church (Portland, Oregon)
Guest Lecturer, Pastor of First Presbyterian Church (Columbia, South Carolina)
Joel R. Beeke
Guest Lecturer, President of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
Guest Lecturer, Pastor of Parkside Church (Cleveland, Ohio)
Guest Lecturer, Professor of Old Testament of Wheaton College
Guest Lecturer, Professor of Church History at Westminister Theological Seminary
Dale Ralph Davis
Guest Lecturer, Minister in Residence of First Presbyterian Church (Columbia, South Carolina)
Guest Lecturer, Dean of Ligonier Academy D.Min. Program
Guest Lecturer, President of Union School of Theology
Students will also benefit from the experience and expertise of The Master's Seminary Faculty.
Designed for Pastors Who...
Preach regularly and desire to learn and grow without leaving their current ministry context.
Have an M.Div. and have been preaching for at least three consecutive years.
Have an MA (65+ credits) in a Biblical field and have been preaching for at least five consecutive years.
Have a desire to sharpen their original language skills.
Aspire to crystallize their understanding of expository preaching through a dissertation.
All are welcome to apply. For full requirements, see Academic Catalog.
Applicants coming from outside of the United States, must be aware of specific requirements for International students.