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The Financial Leadership for Ministry program at Memphis Theological Seminary includes a course that is provided each semester where students seek to increase financial literacy while also considering biblical and theological concepts of finance and stewardship. This course is designed for students to develop the tools needed for personal financial planning and the management of finances in a church setting.

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Scholarship

Develop a critical understanding of theologies of finance and money and how they draw upon biblical, theological, and cultural resources

Audit the FLM course

Auditing a course allows for a student to be able to get the information that comes with taking the course but without the grade. Auditing is strictly for the purpose of enrichment and educational knowledge. If you are interested in auditing the FLM Course please click on this link to reserve your spot….

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Piety

Develop one’s own theological understanding of finances and money and how that understanding can be integrated with personal financial practices and pastoral leadership within the church

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Justice

Gain an understanding of the relationship between personal finances, and church finances within the cultural and institutional dynamics in contemporary society.

Netters Certificate Program

NCP is designed for persons who are active in congregational life but not interested in pursuing a Masters level degree. Click this link to find out more about the program and how Financial Leadership for Ministry plays a part in the program.

FLM Course Semester Syllabus

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