Greetings! I graduated from Boston Baptist College in 1999; my wife and I would like to consider, in a few years, travelling around the country and I would like to be able to fill pulpits at area Independent Fundamental Baptist churches in case there is a need. I'd also be interested in possibly doing some "teaching evangelism" on various topics. I've been preaching/teaching in my home church for quite some time as a Deacon. I have no money, but that is besides the point. I'd like to enhance my education, I currently have a bachelor's in Biblical Studies. I am not sure I want to do a Masters of Divinity (though I think the title of this prestigious degree is so cool, akin to some sort of Star Wars Jedi thing!) I don't need a doctorate and I have no plans on teaching in a seminary or college anywhere. But I do believe a master's degree is in order, one I can finish at home. Perhaps something of the 34 credit kind or something like this. Masters of Art, maybe Masters in Ministry (unsure), something along this line. I want any Pastor who needs their pulpit to be filled to get to know me and be led of the LORD to use me if they see fit (of course) and additionally, I'd like a resume that has my education on it to not be an embarrassment to any Pastor (ie., degree mills, etc.) So far I've only seen three places that might fit the bill. Masters International School of Divinity (but I just don't know if it's academically reputable), Luther Rice Seminary (but I'm not totally sold on it), or Maranatha Baptist Bible Seminary/University (their English Bible degree). Any thoughts? MIDS is the cheapest and they allow a payment plan over 60 months which too me is the most generous; but like I said, I hesitate as I don't want a Pastor to say - "Yo, you think MISD is reputable?" So, what think ye?