Distance Education Course: Examine foundational issues in pastoral theology such as the work of the ministry and developing essential skills.
Course Description: Pastoral Theology affords the student insight into foundational skills in pastoral work. The foundational themes include: the work of the pastor, prayer, proclamation, presence, working with teams and working with others. Further, this course is designed to facilitate the students engaging of active practitioners with a goal to observe and incorporate skills essential to longevity in Christian ministry.
Five Smooth Stones for Pastoral Work Eugene Peterson. ISBN: 0802806600
A Contemporary Handbook for Weddings and Funerals. Aubrey Malphurs & Keith Wilhile. ISBN: 0825431867
AudioPak Resources: “Teach us to Care and Not to Care.” Eugene Peterson
Instructor: Nathan Hill
Biography: Nathan is originally from the east coast of Canada however he now resides in Ontario with his wife Mandy where he is the Student & Worship Pastor at a local PAOC assembly. Nathan has a passion for teaching and a desire to be involved in equipping future leaders for the various tasks that they will undertake. On a hot summer day Nathan enjoys a glass of fresh squeezed lemonade.
Bachelor of Science (Microbiology & Immunology), Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia;
Master of Divinity (Pastoral), Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
|IT Fees||$ 36.00||
|Textbook Sales (inc GST)||$ 69.60|
|CoursePak Text (inc GST)||$ 26.25|
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