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Clergy as Mandatory Reporters of Abuse

As a member of the clergy, ministers are required to report any instance of child abuse regardless of the perpetrators age.


Gain a basic understanding of the reasons for our hope.  (Part I)


Gain a basic understanding of the reasons for our hope.  (Part II)

Assess Congregational Care Needs

This is your File description. Concisely describe the content of your file and make sure to highlight your contact details for further questions and remarks.

End of Life Ethics

Pastoral care often includes ministering to the terminal ill.  Review the various options and how to assist families.

Understanding Depression

The difficulties of life sometime lead to depression; therefore, ministers need to understand the symptoms and actions to assist parishioners.

Clergy Confidentiality

Members of the clergy are often providing counseling and other forms of guidance.  Understand the legal requirements for maintaining confidentiality.

Hospital Visitation

One of the major responsibilities of the minister is to visit parishioners who are hospitalized.  Basic structure and guidance for such visits are provided.

Scriptures for Every Situation

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 3:14-17).  This resource is a reference guide to scriptures for every situation.

Pastoral Time Management

Pastors must do things that are urgent and important.  Pastors must keep the ministry, and their families balanced.

Ministerial Key Legal Issues

This is an overview of legal issues that  are potentially of concern for pastors and ministers.

Introduction to Christian Leadership

Jesus is the greatest model for leaders.  Consider His principles and practices.

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