06 Aug Bridging Cancer: Now What?

Bridging Cancer: Now What?

Completion Time: 3 Weeks
CEUs: 1.5
Tuition: $45
Instructor(s): Annette Arnold-Pflaum, Chaplain
Contact Info: Meg Calvin

Class Description

When you're facing cancer, it's important to seize each opportunity and gain every advantage you can. This course will help you be effective and efficient in dealing with cancer, whether it's you or a loved one who has been diagnosed. It will help equip you to navigate the challenges you may face and get the best possible care and treatment. The course book actually turns itself into a manual, which allows us to create some practical how-to with the goal of navigating the medical, emotional, relational, and spiritual challenges that cancer brings. It might not happen right away, but as you learn more, your uncertainty will decrease, your coping skills will kick in, and you will be ready to face this enemy called cancer. Students are required to have a copy of Cancer-Now What? by Kenneth C. Haugk, PhD. This course is eligible for 1.5 CEU.


the latest course offerings

Planning for the Church Emergency

We hope emergencies never come, but they are inevitable. By planning in advance, you minimize disruption, minimize damage, and may even save a life. In this three-week course, we’ll review three major…

Spiritual Disciplines for Personal and Parish Renewal

The main focus of this course is spiritual formation—and the ways that the spiritual disciplines operate within that field of ministry. Students can expect to take some time in defining spiritual form…

The Church and Counseling: A Biblical Perspective

In this course, you’ll learn the advantages of church-based counseling, and the legal, ethical, and multicultural issues surrounding it. You will learn how to identify spiritual gifts in others, use t…

Engaging the Bible in Rural Ministry

The Bible is, in many ways, a rural text. It relates to people with industrial, agrarian, and small-town leanings. Even Jesus, often present in urban settings, teaches using small town and country met…

No Comments

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

Translate »