The next Military Chaplaincy as Call and Practice is projected to begin in May 2015. The schedule will closely follow the current track, below.
Military chaplains are harnessed with the imposing tasks of advisement and support with responsibilities that vary and intensify at each successive level of command. Satisfying the operational needs of military leaders and the religious needs of warriors and their families requires intellectual and spiritual dexterity. This program of study is designed to enhance both. The core courses explore a broad range of topics related both to chaplaincy tasks and to the vocational life of the individual chaplain.
Wesley Theological Seminary is a Yellow Ribbon institution. The seminary has partnered with the Department of Veterans Affairs to offer up to 20 Yellow Ribbon Scholarships in our doctoral programs this academic year. Prior service, reserve, and active military may qualify for full tuition support on a first-come-first-served basis.
May 14-17, 2013 Chaplaincy On the Line: Identifying Key Issues for Military Chaplains in a Changing and Multi-faith Context
Dr. David McAllister-Wilson and Dr. Terry Bradfield
May 20-24, 2013: Interfaith Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities
Dr. Sathianathan Clarke
January 6-10, 2014: The Vocational Seasons of a Military Chaplain
Dr. Thomas R. Smith
January 13-17, 2014: Past, Present, and Future of Military Chaplaincy
Dr. John W. Brinsfield, Jr.
May 13-16, 2014: Ethics for Senior Leaders
Dr. Sondra Wheeler
May 19-23, 2014: Images of Leadership in the Bible
Dr. Denise Dombkowski Hopkins
January 5-9, 2015: Project Seminar
Dr. Lewis A. Parks
January 12-16, 2015: Pastoral Care for Warriors and their Families
Dr. Michael S. Koppel
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