Ethics & Leadership Issues in Chaplaincy

Gloria Woodland, DMin 

Director of Chaplaincy Program
Assistant Professor of Chaplaincy Studies and Spiritual Care 

CHP 640 – Ethics & Leadership Issues in Chaplaincy

This course examines issues of personal and professional ethics and leadership that arise in the context of professional chaplaincy ministry. Special attention is given to matters of accountability to clients and professional associations, and to appropriate personal conduct for a Christian chaplain whose moral decision-making should be guided by a biblical/Christian ethic. Students will exercise the process of strategic planning for the development of spiritual care programs. The course seeks to foster an effective connection between theory and praxis through lectures, case discussions and shared reflections.

Course dates: February 19-22, 2019 (T-F) from 8:30-12:30 (PST)
Available onsite in Langley

DATES: Feb 19-22, 2019

LOCATION: ACTS Seminaries (Langley)

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