PC171 Introducing Chaplaincy I: Biblical Foundations for Chaplaincy

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In this course, Jeff Struecker outlines the foundational elements of the chaplaincy and how to discern if it is right for you. Learn about the responsibilities and requirements of this calling and the unique settings that chaplains serve in, such as the military, health care, disaster relief, and more. Struecker then turns to Scripture for leadership training, looking at ten key figures, including Abraham, David, Esther, Paul, and Jesus. He identifies a list of leadership and shepherding qualities to help you lead and care for others as Christ leads and cares for us.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

2m

Introduction to Chaplaincy

Christian Chaplaincy

Christian Chaplaincy

1m
What Is Chaplaincy?

What Is Chaplaincy?

5m
Exploring “Chaplaincy” in Dictionaries and Wikipedia

Exploring “Chaplaincy” in Dictionaries and Wikipedia

7m
Defining Chaplaincy

Defining Chaplaincy

5m
Studying “Calling” Using Bible Word Study and Inline Search

Studying “Calling” Using Bible Word Study and Inline Search

6m
Biblical Foundations for Chaplaincy

Biblical Foundations for Chaplaincy

3m
Using the Text Comparison Tool to Analyze 1 Corinthians 9:19

Using the Text Comparison Tool to Analyze 1 Corinthians 9:19

6m
Characteristics of a Chaplain

Characteristics of a Chaplain

11m
How Well Do You Know Yourself?

How Well Do You Know Yourself?

4m

Types of Chaplaincy

Military Chaplains

Military Chaplains

3m
Health Care Chaplains

Health Care Chaplains

2m
Researching Health Care Chaplaincy in Your Library

Researching Health Care Chaplaincy in Your Library

8m
Counseling Chaplains

Counseling Chaplains

2m
Institutional Chaplains

Institutional Chaplains

2m
Public Safety Chaplains

Public Safety Chaplains

2m
Corporate Chaplains

Corporate Chaplains

2m
Resort and Sports Chaplains

Resort and Sports Chaplains

1m
Disaster Relief Chaplains

Disaster Relief Chaplains

1m
Understanding Your Call in Chaplaincy

Understanding Your Call in Chaplaincy

3m

Requirements for Chaplaincy

Requirements: Introduction

Requirements: Introduction

4m
Education

Education

3m
Denominational Endorsement

Denominational Endorsement

4m
Nondenominational Endorsement

Nondenominational Endorsement

2m
Experience and Spousal Affirmation

Experience and Spousal Affirmation

4m

Defining Christian Leadership

Leadership: Introduction

Leadership: Introduction

2m
Defining Leadership

Defining Leadership

3m
Authority

Authority

4m
Studying Leadership with the Factbook, Sermon Starter Guide, and Bible

Studying Leadership with the Factbook, Sermon Starter Guide, and Bible

6m
Shepherd Leadership

Shepherd Leadership

6m
Leadership Traits

Leadership Traits

6m

Biblical Models of Leadership

Abraham

Abraham

5m
Moses

Moses

6m
Using Factbook and “Referred to as” to Study Abraham’s Leadership

Using Factbook and “Referred to as” to Study Abraham’s Leadership

6m
Joshua

Joshua

4m
David

David

5m
Esther

Esther

5m
Nehemiah

Nehemiah

4m
John the Baptist

John the Baptist

4m
Peter

Peter

4m
Paul

Paul

4m
Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ

5m

Qualities of a Christian Leader

Self-Discipline

Self-Discipline

2m
Studying Humility with the Bible Word Study, Topic Guide, and Bible Sense Lexicon

Studying Humility with the Bible Word Study, Topic Guide, and Bible Sense Lexicon

6m
Humility

Humility

3m
Courage

Courage

2m
Patience

Patience

2m
Tact

Tact

2m
Listening Skills

Listening Skills

2m
Developing Prayer Lists and Customized Bible Reading Plans

Developing Prayer Lists and Customized Bible Reading Plans

7m
Motivational Skills

Motivational Skills

2m
Spiritual Ambition

Spiritual Ambition

2m
A Shepherd’s Heart

A Shepherd’s Heart

7m