The Women in Ministry Scholarship Fund (WMSF) was established in 1991 to encourage excellence in women's pastoral, chaplaincy, and religious education ministries. WMSF scholarships are gifts of love from those who believe the fulfillment of the gospel commission of Jesus Christ requires the spiritual gifts of both men and women in ministry. TEAM financial assistance is awarded without regard to race, nationality, citizenship, age, or marital status. Undergraduate students are encouraged to enroll in Adventist schools in their country or home continent. Students may choose to study theology on the graduate level at a non-Adventist institution.
-Be planning to serve in Seventh-day Adventist pastoral ministry, pastoral counseling, chaplaincy, youth ministry, retreat ministry, religious education
-Be entering their final year of undergraduate study in religion/theology or have been accepted into graduate school
-Maintain a GPA of 2.5 or above in their undergraduate studies and 3.0 or above for graduate work
-Be full-time students (part-time students are considered under certain circumstances) and
-Be working at least 15 hours per week to help with expenses
For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.