Military Ministry 2: Homiletics
Preparation of new military chaplains; leading worship, preaching, and guiding the teaching ministry within a chapel and operational environment, emphasizing a practical ministry within a theological and spiritual context.
REL E
642
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesREL E 641; Available to prospective chaplains only.
 TaughtWinter
Course Outcomes: 


Sermonizing in other faith traditions

Students will be able to preach a respectable sermon that is timely, meaningful, and respectful to those belonging to other faiths

Sermonizing in Other Faith Traditions

Students will be able to preach a sermon that is timely and meaningful to those hearers of other faiths

Conducting Non-LDS Services

Students will be able to create appropriate service orders for the variety of worship services over which they may have to preside.

Conducting non-LDS Services

Students will be able to create service orders for a wide variety of worship services of other faiths

Differentiating between pastoral care and psychotherapy

Students will understand and apply the difference between pastoral care and psychotherapy in a wide variety of situations.

Differentiating between pastoral care and psychotherapy

Students will clearly understand and apply the differences between providing pastoral care and psychotherapy and be able to do so in a wide variety of different circumstances

Conducting Funerals and Weddings

Students must beable to conduct funerals, memorial services, and weddings for those of other faiths as called to do so.