The year was 1975. The Master of Divinity (MDiv) choices I had were one-size-fits-all, with only the “big three” main Christian education, preaching and evangelism options. All were offered on campus, and only during the day.
While church business management training has increasingly become part of MDiv curricula, the need isn’t entirely met — yet.
Knowledge gained boosts confidence, creativity and ability to think strategically.