Post-DMin Certificate in Preaching



Post-DMin Certificate in Preaching aims to increase spiritual sensitivity and capability to effectively communicate the gospel and the message of scripture in public settings.

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Program Format & Courses

The Post-DMin Certificate is designed for people who already have a DMin but want to take additional courses as continued education. Students will complete 3 courses within 3 years.

Course titles, descriptions and sequence may be modified when warranted after due process by the DMin Program Committee and Academic Planning Committee.

  • DMPC 0901 Participating in God’s Work: Preaching Foundations
  • DMPC 0904 Embodying the Gospel: Enhancing Communication Skills
  • DMPC 0912 Topics in Proclamation

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Preaching Faculty & Instructors

Dr. Sarah Han

Sarah Han

Preaching Coordinator |  416.226.6620 ext. 8454

Dr. Sarah Han is Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry and brings practical ministry experience as an ordained minister and theological expertise as an academic. Dr. Han considers herself to be "third culture" Canadian-Korean-Chinese and her formative theology was shaped on the mission field abroad. She has provided leadership in the Canadian immigrant church context for over a decade and has diverse experience in the Canadian public and private sectors. Dr. Han's vocational commitment and theological passion are to critically observe and reflect on how ecclesiology shapes and informs missiology and her research focuses on an intercultural, intergenerational, missional ecclesiology for Canada.

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Mark Chapman

Mark Chapman

Dr. Chapman is Associate Professor of Research Methods and Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program. He has wide experience in social science research and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His most recent research has focused on religion and immigration including projects related to Canadians who are starting new churches, the relationship between faith communities and the settlement sector, and an exploration of the role of churches in immigrant settlement and integration. Prior research has included studies of megachurches in Canada, an exploration of Canadian church attitudes to the visual arts, and networks among churches.

Sunder Krishnan

Sunder Krishnan

Sunder Krishnan graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology and received his Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in Boston. Afterwards he worked for Atomic Energy of Canada. He served at Rexdale Alliance Church as a member of the executive committee as well on the board of elders for eight years and later joined their staff for 36 years, retiring in 2016 as pastor emeritus.

Narry Santos

Narry Santos

Narry Santos is the Assistant Professor of Christian Ministry and Intercultural Leadership and has experience in frontline ministry and church planting. He was born in the Philippines and received a PhD in the New Testament along with a PhD in Philippine Studies. He has served as a full-time pastor and church planter for over two decades.

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