02 Aug Maintaining Boundaries in a Digital Age

Maintaining Boundaries in a Digital Age

Lewis Center for Church Leadership (Wesley)
Completion Time: Self Directed. Work at your own pace.
CEUs: 0.5
Tuition: $49
Contact Info: Administrator

Class Description

Maintaining Boundaries in a Digital Age is an online course offered by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary. It explores issues of clergy ethics in an era of instantaneous, electronic communication. It helps spiritual leaders stay healthy and attentive to appropriate boundaries in the midst of new challenges. It builds on the first course in the Keeping Our Sacred Trust series, Understanding Clergy Sexual Ethics, which is a primer on preventing clergy sexual misconduct

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