Why Study Multi-Generational Ministries at TFC?
Want to develop the skills necessary to minister to the body of Christ throughout the lifespan? Study Multi-Generational Ministries at Toccoa Falls College! The Ministry Leadership degree with a concentration in Multi-Generational Ministries equips students with the unique communication skills necessary for varying age groups in order to serve their church members in the issues that relate to their different life phases. Topics include children and adolescent ministry, as well as adult and senior ministry.
Students study how to develop a community through small groups that bring together church members of varying ages. Along with a number of skills, this program equips students with leadership development practices applicable to themselves and others. Upon graduation, students will find that they are able to step directly into church leadership and spiritual care and counseling positions.
- Pastoral Ministries
- Youth Ministries
- Church Planting
Ministry & Leadership
The beauty of (the ministry leadership program), is that wherever we’re going, wherever the Lord wants to take us, ministry leadership prepares you to keep pressing into Jesus and to find him in all of the different places that he might lead.”
TFC Alumna, 2018
Multi-Generational Ministries Courses
The Ministry Leadership major with a Multi-Generational Ministries 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 (15 of which are hours dedicated to the Multi-Generational Ministries concentration).
- Communicating Across Generations
- Multi-Generational Issues
- Spiritual Care & Counseling
- Small Groups
- Strategies for Leadership Development
What can you do with a Multi-Generational Ministries concentration?
When you earn a degree in Ministry Leadership with a Multi-Generational Ministries concentration, you will find that there are many career opportunities available to you. Graduates are qualified for a wide range of jobs, such as:
Many ministry leadership students with the multi-generational ministries concentration go on to pursue their calling to become a pastor. There are opportunities to specialize as a pastor, such as working as a youth pastor or serving as a teaching pastor. In most cases, the pastor serves as the leader of the church organization, managing the administration of the church as well as providing spiritual insight and guidance for all parishioners.
In many churches, there are a variety of directors who serve under the Pastor, such as the Worship Director, the Youth Ministry Director or the Christian Education Director.
Many churches have positions dedicated to counseling ministry. A graduate from the Multi-Generational Ministries concentration would be prepared to serve the church and surrounding community through counseling people of varying ages.
Human Services Professional
The ministry leadership degree encourages students to live a life of service. As a result, many graduates go on to work in the human service industry. Some job opportunities that may be available for ministry leadership graduates include working as a social worker at a Christian organization or working in leadership at non-profit organizations.