MIP Application Process


A MESSAGE FROM...Randle Frashier,
North Georgia State MIP Coordinator
 
Thank you for your interest in the Ministerial Internship Program.  The basic purpose of MIP is to give the beginning minister and his/her spouse a practical training experience at the local church level under the supervision of a seasoned pastor.  This training is intended to supplement and not to take the place of more formal college and seminary training.  The program combines practical training, independent online studies and testing, as well as monthly seminars. 
 
This is a nine-month program that requires dedication and commitment.  The next term will be for the Class of 2016.  It will begin in September, 2015, and will conclude with graduation in May, 2016.  I hope you will make the decision to take the next step in your training as a minister in the Church of God by applying to the Ministerial Internship Program.  
 
In His service,
 
 Randle Frashier
 
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