Dora Maclellan Brown established a fund that would be expressly geared to Christian evangelism and the training of foot soldiers for God's front lines. Applicants must be from the greater Chattanooga area; be theologically and biblically conservative and have a testimony of faith and evidence of call to ministry. Students must be seeking a master's degree at a theological seminary or graduate school approved by The Generosity Trust. Recipients are notified in April.
Specifically, the student will be focusing on classes or master’s degrees that will prepare the student for vocational Christian service work. This includes Master’s of Divinity, Master’s of Theology, master’s degree in biblical counseling, missions, worship music or other fields for Christian service work. Scholarships are awarded based on merit and need. Amounts vary. They are granted for the duration of the program or financial need. For grants to be renewed, scholars must make satisfactory grades and report those grades each term to The Generosity Trust.