The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree equips students to be mindful agents of change as influential leaders for a more just and humane world. The program melds areas of advanced study with an advanced leadership focus, culminating with the completion of a major research project.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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Responses to Mass-Incarceration by Faith Communities, Steve Everett Baber

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Exploring the Influence of Virtual Reality on Adults With Indications of Early Stage Dementia, Nicole Chilivis

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Improving Spiritual Care by Chaplains for Service Members Who Witness Death, Beth M. Echols

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Muslim, Jewish, and Christian Women Living with Resilience Amidst Microaggressions and Macroaggressions in King County, Kristen R. Moss

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Salvadoran Women's Migration to the United States: Lessons of Challenge and Hope for the Church, Michael Ramos

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A Study Of Bullying in the Catholic Healthcare Workplace, LuAnn Mary Trutwin

Theses/Dissertations from 2019

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Ecclesiology and Adaptive Change: A Qualitative Study of Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Congregations in the Northwest Regional Christian Church, Kara Lynn Markell

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Inclusion and Religious Engagement in a Multicultural Church: A Multi-Case Study of the Experience of Immigrant Filipino Volunteer Church Workers in Select Parishes in the Archdiocese of Seattle, Frank Dennis B. Savadera

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Discerning Our Posture and Imagination: A Delphi Study of Leaders in the Northwest Washington Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Jana Marie Schofield