Shiloh University

C. Peter Wagner Ministry Programs

In 2020, Shiloh University began working with Wagner University to create additional accredited programs that merge practical equipping with academic scholarship to produce scholar-practitioners.

Three of these unique programs are now available:

Masters in Apostolic Leadership

The Masters in Apostolic Leadership Program prepares students for competent apostolic leadership in their cultural sphere of influence. The program is designed to give students a pragmatic biblical and theological foundation for the reemergence of apostles and prophets, the establishment of the five-fold ministry, and the importance of the seven-mountain mandate in advancing the Kingdom of God. The program engages students in the use of biblically based tools such as healing, deliverance, and spiritual warfare. The program also provides a practical foundation in such areas as church planting, missiology, church and nonprofit law, and administration.

Masters in Healing and Spiritual Care

The Masters in Healing and Spiritual Care offers a practical and theologically grounded program for anyone desiring to expand their healing ministry training. In this practical hands-on program students will gain a thorough foundation of applied theology, with scriptural, historical and present-day contexts for effective Christian holistic healing. The program covers four aspects of biblical healing, physical healing, deliverance ministry, inner healing, and pastoral counseling.

Masters in Women’s Leadership

The Masters in Women’s Leadership is designed by women for women at all levels of leadership: those who are ready to assume leadership, those who are relatively new to leadership and those who are long-serving leaders. Among its goals are to enable and mobilize women around the globe to advance the Christ’s Kingdom across the seven mountains of society.

These three programs situate the teachings of C. Peter Wagner and others into the progressive Christian stream of restoration and reformation. The ultimate goal is to equip Christ-centered leaders for evangelism, spiritual growth, and the transformation of culture.


Unique to these programs is a required residential training experience. These residentials are much like required chapel attendance at many traditional Bible colleges and seminaries. The purpose of residential training is for students to hear and receive impartation from a variety of established practitioners—pastors, apostolic leaders, prophetic ministers, teachers, and leaders of cutting-edge ministries—who encompass various realms of influence.