By Rachel Payne, Boston University Carrie Doehring’s book A Practice of Pastoral Care: A Postmodern Approach is becoming a core text in chaplaincy programs across the country. We talked with Dr. Doehring about the impact of her book and what makes for good chaplaincy work today. Q: Your book is used widely in seminary classrooms, Read more about Q&A with Carrie Doehring[…]
Convergence on Campus recently announced several training modules now available for campus chaplains to pursue*: Principles for Supporting Religious, Secular, and Spiritual Identities on Campus Supporting Muslim Identities on Campus Religion, Law, and Higher Education Coalition Training: Becoming a Convergence Campus Visit Convergence to learn more. Note: News conveyed by the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab on Read more about Convergence announces on-campus trainings[…]
From Adventist Review: The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s South Central American Union Mission (SCAU), which oversees churches and institutions across Costa Rica and Nicaragua, recently gathered a group of pastors and professionals to take part in the first segment of a clinical pastoral education program in Alajuela, Costa Rica. Overseen by the Adventist world church’s Adventist Read more about Adventist chaplaincy branching out in Costa Rica[…]
Chaplain Distance Learning has announced the (very near!) availability of a short-term course in disaster spiritual care. Read more about this course and other offerings from CDL here.
Chaplaincy Innovation Lab founder Wendy Cadge interviews Alice Hunt, Executive Director of the AAR, and Frank Yamada, Executive Director of the Association of Theological Schools.
Boston University School of Theology announced this morning that Shelly Rambo, associate professor of theology and former acting dean, has received a $500,000 grant from the Henry R. Luce Foundation to support the project “Educating Effective Chaplains.” Wendy Cadge, Professor of Sociology and Co-Founder of the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab, will serve as co-investigator on the Read more about CIL to participate in BUSTH project funded by HR Luce Foundation[…]
Chaplain Distance Learning will offer the course “Introduction to Disaster Spiritual Care” in January 2019, with several additional start dates over the course of the year. The course lasts four weeks and work is asynchronous and self-paced. From CDL’s description, those who successfully complete the course will: Understand and be familiar with the theory of Read more about Introduction to Disaster Spiritual Care now available through Chaplain Distance Learning[…]
University Chaplaincy – from the Spiritual Care Podcast