Daytime Overview

Our purpose is to train, equip, disciple and launch leaders with a heart for helping others become fully alive through Christ. The Daytime Program at Lifepoint College is a full-time, associate degree program designed for students age 18-24, with practicum and classes taking place Sunday through Thursday. In two years, our students graduate with an Associate’s of Ministerial Leadership and so much more.

 
 
 
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Apply online

Including $50 application fee

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Complete 200-500 word essay

Describing your relationship with God

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recommendation letter 

From your pastor or campus pastor

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send transcripts

·      Most recent high school or college transcripts 

 
 
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The classroom experience

The Lifepoint College academic environment is designed to help students take biblical, leadership, and ministry concepts beyond the books and into everyday life in ministry or the workforce. Small class sizes and intimate learning settings allow our facilitators to personally invest in empowering and developing God’s purpose in the lives of their students. Classes meet on Mondays and Wednesdays.  

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The Practicum Experience

On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays students bridge the gap between classroom knowledge and real world application through Practicum. This experience allows Lifepoint College students to discover and refine their particular gifting under the guidance of experienced ministry leaders in a positive learning environment.

 

Specially designed for students 18-24 years old 

Associates in Ministerial Leadership by Lifepoint College

$2,750 per semester
Financial aid is not available

**A $250 enrollment deposit should be submitted once you have made a final decision to attend Lifepoint College. The enrollment deposit goes toward your tuition and is nonrefundable after the drop date for each semester.

$200 Annual Technology Fee

 

MINISTRY TRACKS

 
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School of Pastoral Leadership

Possible Careers include: Senior Pastor, Campus Pastor, Student Pastor; roles in Children’s Ministry or Groups Ministry

Students in the School of Pastoral Leadership study the practical tools for leading, shepherding, developing culture, creating and operating efficient systems, and other practical methods for performing the many roles required of pastors.

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School of Management

Possible Careers Include: Church Administration (Finance, Operations, HR), Administration or Entrepreneurship in the marketplace

Students in the School of Management learn the skills needed to facilitate and support any fast-growing organization and the differences between management and leadership, while studying the primary models at work in organizations today.

 
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School of Worship & Production

Possible Careers Include: Pastor, Music Director, Worship Leader, Songwriter, Production Tech, Production & Lighting Design Tech

School of Worship & Production students explore the biblical and theological foundations of worship within the church, develop a working knowledge of contemporary music theory, songwriting, and creating a Sunday worship experience from a technical perspective.  

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School of Creative Arts

Possible Careers Include: Graphic Designer, Filmmaker, Photographer, Social Media Coordinator, Media & Communications Coordinator

Using today’s premier software and equipment, students in the School of Creative arts study the basics of graphic design, film production, photography, and marketing while gaining insight into streamlining communication channels across a multi-faceted organization.