Masters in Leadership Partnership

Are you called to lead? Do you want your faith to influence how you lead? Do you see leadership as an opportunity to bring transformational change to organizations and communities?

This Master of Arts in Leadership is a rare combination of leadership development and spiritual formation. The program provides opportunities to form your character in the character of Christ while simultaneously learning a deeply biblical, distinctly Christian approach to strategic leadership. Coursework addresses the creative intersections of decision-making and spiritual discernment, communication strategies and the grace of God, and organizational assessment and godly wisdom, among others.

Graduates of the Master of Arts in Leadership serve as leaders in para-church and other nonprofit organizations, businesses, schools, public agencies, and churches.

The Master of Arts in Leadership is accessible, affordable, and immediately applicable to real-world leadership:

  • The program is integrated through year-long wrap-around courses and opportunities for experiential learning.
  • It is offered through an accessible hybrid approach that includes five face-to-face weekend residencies each year accompanied by vibrant online learning in community.
  • Students experience the program as a cohort, building friendships as they learn together.
  • Students are supported in their learning by a leadership mentor and a spiritual director.

Weekend residencies will be held at GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading. Reading Berks Conference of Churches is excited to partner with Evangelical Seminary in Myerstown to bring this Masters in Leadership program to Reading!

Contact our recruiter for more information about Leadership or other Evangelical programs:

George Davis – george.davis@evangelical.edu or 7171.866.5775 ext. 2109

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