Church Planting

Want to be a part of equipping and establishing healthy churches around the world? Study Church Planting at Toccoa Falls College! The Ministry Leadership degree with a concentration in Church Planting prepares students to identify and reproduce characteristics of a healthy church. Students learn about the impact that the church has on society and study the church’s purpose in transforming communities. Students familiarize themselves with methods and models of discipleship and develop their skills in communicating the Gospel. Along with these skills, students learn the leadership development and spiritual care practices necessary for success in their position. Upon graduation, students will find that they are able to directly step into church planting agency or advocacy positions.


  • Pastoral Ministries
  • Youth Ministries
  • Multi-Generational Ministries
  • Faith-Based Organizations

Program Layout

The Ministry Leadership major with a Church Planting concentration is a 126 hour program that includes 69 hours of general education courses (including 30 hours of Bible & Theology), 15 hours of open electives, and 42 hours in Ministry Leadership-specific courses. Church Planting classes include Strategies for Leadership Development, Introduction to Church in Society, Church Health, and Training & Discipleship.
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