The Doctor of Ministry Thesis Writing Program is held twice a year for current Gordon-Conwell D.Min. students to help current students with their thesis project. We provide one-on-one interaction with editor, Linda Cook, as well as group sessions where basic guidelines are reviewed. Participants value the time away from home to focus intensively on their writing and also the opportunity to receive feedback on their thesis-projects.
The Pastors Study and Retreat week will run con-currently with the D.Min. Writing Program affording you the opportunity to have interaction with other students in the writing program as well as with participants of the Pastors Study and Retreat.
The next D.Min. Writing Program will take place from January 6-10. 2020
To register please visit https://dminworkshop2020.eventbrite.com.
You will receive an email confirmation upon registering online that acts as your receipt and registration confirmation. If you do not receive it in your inbox, please check your junk mail folder.
The cost for the Doctor of Ministry Writing Program is $390/person and includes lunches and snacks during the week. Accommodations, travel and other meals are not covered in the program cost. Due to the high demand for this program and the focus on one-on-one feedback, there are only 14 spots available for this program: first come, first served. If you cannot register due to the program being filled, please e-mail us to be put on a waiting list or contact list.
Transportation to and from the program is not included and is the responsibility of the guest to arrange.
Housing is also a separate cost, however, we always provide a room block at a local hotel for your convenience. Book your group rate for Gordon Conwell DMin Writers Workshop Room Block
You may also choose to book a room on campus: https://www.gordonconwell.edu/hamilton/community/housing/guest-housing/.
The program will take place at the Hamilton campus of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Registration will be held on Monday in Academic Center Room 348. Group and individual sessions will take place in an Academic Center classroom. Snacks are provided throughout the day in the Ockenga Atrium and lunches are provided in the Dining Hall.
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