Theological Reflection as a Catalyst for Leadership Convergence Through the D.Min. Dissertation

  • James T. Flynn Regent University


Doctor of Ministry programs are unique – they assemble seasoned adult ministry practitioners for high level formation aimed at increased effectiveness. D.Min, programs are ideal for bringing greater focus to ministry and professional destiny, known in Leadership Emergence Theory as “convergence.” Theological reflection can be a major catalyst for convergence within the D.Min. dissertation process. This paperpresents a model for using theological reflection as a catalyst for leadership convergence through the D.Min. dissertation.

Author Biography

James T. Flynn, Regent University
Associate Professor of Practical Theology;Director of Doctor of Ministry Program, Regent University