Field Education: Children and Family Ministry (CFM) Intermediate Practicum

Course number: PS1515     Credit hours: 3 hrs

The student’s skill development in children’s ministry will be addressed, building on insights from the Introductory Practicum. These skills will be honed throughout the year through practical assignments and class critique and discussion of assigned readings. Particular attention will be given to how leaders can provide pastoral care for children in crisis and how to help children develop a vibrant faith in good and bad times in their lives.


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