October 17, 2018

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Pastoral Care & Chaplaincy

The Department of Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy introduces students to the theory, practice, and ethics of pastoral care and counseling, including cross-cultural settings. The Department also assists students to investigate the various forms of chaplaincy ministry. The biblical foundations for pastoral care and the ethics of chaplaincy is integrated throughout the courses taught by the department. Students are equipped to provide pastoral care in healthcare, military, correctional, disaster relief, first responder, and sports settings.

A Relationship-based Spiritual Formation Model for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

Recently Dr. Wes Cohoon successfully defended his doctoral project on “A Relationship-based Spiritual Formation Model for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities.”  The project came about from his work as a chaplain with adults who have intellectual disabilities. He summarizes the issues: Church leaders in a recent Barna Research Group Survey overwhelmingly linked spiritual disciplines with the following intellectual approaches: […]