PM210 The Practice of Christian Ministry II
Religion and Philosophy credits: 2
The course is required for students
accepted into the Ministerial Scholarship Program. Students will continue the process of
ministry assessment begun freshman year. The course will introduce issues of on-going
clergy self-care, financial management, and personal integrity, through the lens of holistic
spiritual formation in relationship to the church’s lived experience. Particular attention will
be paid to the context of ministry and the pastor’s appropriate relationship to the church.
Topics such as “pastor as person,” conflict resolution, and congregational interaction will
be explored. Offered annually, Spring.