Pastoral Core

  

The Master's Seminary Spokane Pastoral Core offers classes that are immediately useful in current pastoral ministry.

The TMS classes for the Pastoral Core are a subset of the Masters of Divinity (M.Div.) program. In addition, two workshops will be given during the two years, dealing with the mission and shepherding of the Church. In order to complete the Pastoral Core, apply for the M.Div. program with the Master’s Seminary at the Spokane Distance Location.

Bible
Hermeneutics 3cr BI505
Old Testament Studies 1 3cr BI501
Old Testament Studies 2 3cr BI502
New Testament Studies 3cr BI601

Counseling
Pastoral Counseling 3cr PM512

Pastoral Ministry
Foundation of Pastoral Ministry 2cr PM511
Practice of Pastoral Ministry 3cr PM712

Preaching
Mechanics of Preaching 2cr PM602
Expository Preaching Workshop 3cr PM604

Workshops
Mission of the Church
Shepherding of the Church

For more information, contact Dan Jarms: djarms@fbchurch.org

Ministry Leaders
Brian Sayers

Brian is the Pastor of Counseling & Equipping at Faith Bible Church. He is passionate about the local church, and equipping the saints to effectively serve one another. Before coming to Spokane, he spent 14 years serving God's people as a pastor in rural New England (Vermont & New Hampshire).

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Dan Jarms

Dr. Dan Jarms is teaching pastor and team leader at Faith Bible Church in Spokane Washington, as well as associate dean at TMS Spokane. He has been married for over 30 years to Linda, and has three adult children. He earned his B.A. in English at the Master’s College, B.Ed. at Eastern Washington University, M.Div and D.Min in Expository Preaching at The Master’s Seminary. His other interests include NCAA basketball, gardening, brick oven cooking.

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Ian Rush

Ian is the Youth Pastor of Faith Bible Church. He and his wife, Claire, have 5 kids and recently spent a few years serving in a small church in England.

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