LIVE Monday, Dec 5, 2022, 7:00–8:30 pm ET / 4:00–5:30 pm PT
Facilitator: Rev. Dr. Jan McCormack
The good, the bad, and the just-plain human in faith responses to crisis
Fires and floods. Hurricanes and tornados. Pandemics of coronavirus and racial violence. Mass shootings and personal tragedies. Crises and disasters come to us all, and God’s people are called upon to respond.
Learn from board-certified chaplain and experienced educator, Dr. Jan McCormack, about common types of faith responses among those affected by disaster, both natural and human-created. And acquire practical skills for faithful ministry that addresses the real needs of those living in the aftermath.
What You’ll Learn
- Recognize 3 types of faith responses
- Distinguish experiences amid human-made crises and natural disasters
- Identify underlying needs of survivors and victims
- Adapt your own faith responses to the human needs
|Eligible for Continuing Education Units|
|For clergy (1 hour = 0.1 CEUs)||0.15|
|For chaplains (1 hour = 1.0 CEUs)||1.50|