Introduction to Chaplaincy

Acadia Divinity College

CHAP 5023 An overview of the profession of chaplaincy, exploring the diversity that exists in this ministry. A variety of specialists will be involved in the course instruction through discipline-specific didactics, including prison chaplains, airport chaplains, military chaplains, university chaplains, and chaplains who are involved in the business, sport, and healthcare sectors. Students will be …
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Racial Justice and Radical Hospitality: A Biblical Approach

Regent College

Explore hope and expose weakness in the church’s vocation to share God’s radical hospitality to all nations. Gain insight into biblical, practical ways that churches can practice racial justice in their congregation and community. Wrestle with the sin of racism and xenophobia, deal with its past and present reality in our churches, and push on …
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1, 2, 3 John

Regent College

Deepen your knowledge of the Johannine Epistles with this exegetical, theological, and pastoral study of 1, 2, and 3 John. Encounter the God of Love in these short but meaty letters and develop your exegetical skills, seeking to apply John’s instruction to our context today. In-Person, Online & Recorded: This course is being offered in-person at …
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Longing for Shalom: Musical Lament in the Christian Imagination

Regent College

Explore how lament deepens and enriches the Christian longing for shalom, God’s setting right of the world. Together we’ll study various artists who have utilized the biblical categories of shalom and lament to develop a complex language of grief and lamentation—particularly through music. Discover the centrality of hope in these artistic responses, hope that emerges …
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Contemplative Listening: The Foundation of Spiritual Friendship and Direction

Regent College

Scripture resounds with God’s call to “Listen!” The discipline and gift of listening is core to the art of spiritual direction, as well as to friendship, church life, and civic engagement. Yet few professional and academic programs teach us how to listen well. It is a spiritual discipline in need of revival. In the midst …
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Anglican Pastoral Theology

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This course is for all pastoral caregivers, for those who are fulfilling a call to tend to the sick, and those who make pastoral visitations in your congregation. This 10-week course will be taught by Jay Geisler on Wednesday nights from 7-8PM, starting on May 25. This course will be conducted weekly on Zoom. Class …
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Courses for Spring and Summer Sessions, 2022

Regent College

This page has a full listing of all the courses Regent is offering during their Spring and Summer Sessions. All are expected to be available online, unless there is a travel component. The ones that are of particular interest for Continuing Education are also listed in this database.

START: Suicide Intervention Training

TEC/ECUSA--Episcopal Church of the USA

Since the last General Convention the Department of Faith Formation staff of The Episcopal Church have been convening a working group to address the Suicide Prevention initiative named and funded in resolution GC#2018-C014. We are now on the second wave of recruiting training participants as we enter a new year in the midst of pandemic. …
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Mentored Ministry 1

Acadia Divinity College

This course guides students in the formation of pastoral identity and in the development of ministry skills.  This will be accomplished in class through the integration of theory and theology under the direction of the professor, and within a healthy local church under the mentorship of a pastor. Minimum of 240 in-ministry hours required. May …
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Mentored Ministry 2

Acadia Divinity College

PAST 4023 This course guides students in the formation of pastoral identity and in the development of ministry skills.  This will be accomplished in class through the integration of theory and theology under the direction of the professor, and within a healthy local church or other approved ministry setting, under the mentorship of a pastor …
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