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Old 09-11-2008, 08:58 PM
Jennifer T. Tiernan-Bindler Jennifer T. Tiernan-Bindler is offline
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I think it really depends on the makeup of your dcom! aside from being able to articulate why you want to be in ministry be able to articulate your theology you might expect some odd questions like perhaps how you feel about certain controversial subjects within the UMC and questions that might be generated by you psych eval or background check - I even got corrected on some of my grammar in my personal statement (by a lay member) that was my experience. Was it bad? NO do I ever want to do it again NO.

J.Z.
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