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SEP 24 & 25; OCT 22 & 23; NOV 5 & 6
F: 6:00PM-9:00PM, S: 8:00AM-4:00PM
This course will provide students with the understanding and competency necessary to effectively minister to individuals experiencing health related crises. Students will be assisted in developing an understanding of death and grief based on biblical and historical perspectives which will help facilitate endeavors to embrace their own mortality and examine its implications for the way they live their lives, as well as provide practical skills for counseling the terminally ill and those who suffer from grief and loss.
No prerequisites required.