Spiritual Companioning for Ministry

In this course, students will develop an understanding of this “everyday” ministry and practice the skills that will help them exercise it more fruitfully.

This course is taught by Christina R. Zaker at Catholic Theological Union. Both in daily life and in explicit ministry, Christians are frequently called upon to offer a companioning presence to people who are struggling with spiritual issues. Students in this course develop an understanding of this “everyday” ministry and practice the skills that will help them exercise it more fruitfully.

Seminary: Catholic Theological Union
Keywords: neuroscience, DNA, trauma, brain development, depression, mental health, stress

Spiritual Companioning for Ministry Syllabus

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