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Shepherding Women in Pain
Western Seminary

Shepherding Women in Pain

This course addresses emotionally painful issues the lives of women today. Emotional wounds are more likely to heal in the care of shepherds who understand the critical aspects of the “injury” and the appropriate insights that foster healing.

At a Glance

Do the emotionally painful issues in a woman’s life seem to be increasing—or are we simply becoming more aware? Certainly the need for relevant resources has increased. Emotional wounds are more likely to heal in the care of shepherds who understand the critical aspects of the “injury” and the appropriate insights that foster healing. This invaluable resource may be just that resource for you and your team, resulting in more effective shepherding.

Beginner

2 hours

More Details

Organized in a multiple lesson format, the course provides video lectures, lesson notes and quizzing modules.

Course Outline

  • Lesson 1 - Identifying the Pain
  • Lesson 2 - Grief and Loss
  • Lesson 3 - What does Healing Look Like?
  • Lesson 4 - Jesus Enters People's Pain

FAQ

What do I need to take this course?
You will need an Internet connection and a Bible.

Who is this course for?
This course is for those who would like to better understand how to minister to women within and outside the church.

Instructors

Bev Hislop
Dr. Bev Hislop

Dr. Hislop is Professor of Pastoral Care and the founder and former director of the Western Seminary Women’s Center for Ministry. She is an M.S.M. graduate of Multnomah Biblical Seminary and earned the Doctor of Ministry at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.  Dr. Hislop is also the author of “Shepherding Women in Pain” and “Shepherding a Woman’s Heart” from Moody Publishing.