CLDR-460-DOL5 SENIOR CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE-PASTORAL MINISTRY 1


CLDR-460-DOL5 SENIOR CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE-PASTORAL MINISTRY 1

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Paper Guidelines
For the duration of this course, you will work on developing several skills that will help you
practically apply the knowledge gained over the course of your academic career at Lee
University. For your Senior Capstone Experience, you will write a 15-20 page research paper on
the following topic:
A Biblical Theology of Pastoral Ministry Practically Applied
In addition to a compelling introduction and conclusion, your paper will encompass the
following sections:
1. A Biblical and Theological Understanding of Pastoral Ministry
2. The Biblical and Theological Understanding of Preaching in the Local Church
3. Practical Application
The purpose of this paper is to help you integrate theology and ministry practice as well as hone
your writing skills for use in pastoral ministry.
Your paper should:
1. Be at least 15-20 pages in length (this does not include title page, outline or bibliographic
material).
2. Include at least 7-10 quality academic and theological resources that are relevant to the
topic (see Annotated Bibliography assignment for additional details.
3. Follow the SOR Manual of Style.
4. Use Times New Roman 12 point font.
5. Have 1” margins.

CLDR-460-DOL5 SENIOR CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE-PASTORAL MINISTRY 1

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