2018 is going to be a pivotal year for CAREForce and it’s ministries (National Center Chaplain Development, Christian Crisis Care and California Law Enforcement Chaplains Consortium).
I am excited and honored to announce our acceptance of a position as adjunct faculty and Director for Chaplaincy Programs for Grace School of Theology with the focus on the development of attainable, accessible, affordable, and accredited Chaplaincy programs.
We are launching concentration and certificate programs for non degree seeking, undergraduate and graduate degrees in public safety, community, military, school, sports, and hospital based chaplaincies (just to name a few).
The school has over 400 students, teaches in 7 different languages (English, Spanish, Kazakh, Georgian, Russian, Nepali, Korean) and has students in 35 countries.
Their technology allows for synchronous, interactive virtual learning which will allow us to continue our distinctive teaching practice of adult, student-centered active learning styles. By adding our current course catalog (60 classes and counting) that provides skill sets around issues such as Suicide, Crisis Management, Military Sexual Trauma and Assault, Traumatic Informed Care and other such issues to the Biblical Foundations taught at GSOT, it is my belief that this will become a unique program not offered elsewhere.
Please check out Grace School of Theology at http://gsot.edu whose vision is to develop spiritual leaders in every nation who can teach others about the love of Christ, a love that cannot be earned and cannot be lost.
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