Seminar in Pastoral Care - Spiritual Warfare; Power Encounter in Ministry and Missions

PCC 7770/EVG 7710
Semester Credit Hours Faculty Modality Meeting Time Location
Spring 2022 3

W. Payne

In-Person F: 6:00PM-9:00PM, S: 8:00AM-4:00PM ASH Gerber 201

7770: This course exposes students to a broad range of special issues relative to pastoral care/pastoral counseling. Topics will be developed in seminar format and addressed by members of the faculty and practitioners with expertise in the chosen topics. Topics may include: the person of pastoral care/pastoral counseling ministries, conflict resolution, ministry to the grieving, spiritual warfare, formational counseling, group process, spiritual direction, basic marriage and family counseling skills, crisis counseling, pastoral ethics, childhood sexual abuse, etc. The focus of this particular class will be to explore the basic understanding of spiritual warfare and the implications for pastoral care.

7710: Explores the biblical concepts of spiritual power as they relate to God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, angels, Satan and demons, clarifying the influence of world views which accept or reject the concepts of the presence of spiritual power.  It deals with spiritual warfare as it affects the personal lives of Christians and as it is encountered cross-culturally in bringing people from the control of Satan to  commitment to God.


No prerequisites required.