It is a privilege to bring to you this new issue of the Journal of Ministry & Theology. Over the last few months, we have made several strategic updates that we hope will serve you well. With the addition of an Editorial Content Team that now peer reviews all articles, as well as a new book review editor, we are confident that the JMAT will be a more effective tool in your life and ministry.
All subscriptions will move to an annual/calendar year subscription that begins January 1. The new subscription rate is $20 ($25 foreign), and institutional pricing is $30. You can subscribe online here. Subscription requests and questions should be sent to “Journal of Ministry & Theology” at JMAT@ClarksSummitU.edu.
To give you a preview of the newly updated format, we are offering the Fall 2017 journal online, free of charge. Going forward, subscribers will get an exclusive first look at the publication when they receive their hard-copy edition. The issue will be digitally published online six months after the print release as a resource for non-subscribers.
With this new edition of the JMAT, I offer a new mission statement:
The Journal of Ministry & Theology exists to encourage pastors, church leaders, scholars, missionaries and others who love the church of Jesus Christ to think biblically regarding contemporary theological issues, ministry concerns and methodologies facing the church, academy and individual believers.
If you are someone who loves Jesus and wants to think biblically about the world and ministry, I invite you to subscribe to the JMAT.
Mark McGinniss, Ph.D.