The Wounded Warrior: Bringing Them All Back Home

military chaplaincy bannerWar leaves invisible wounds upon the mind and the soul of our combat veterans. Here we’ll explore the impact of such wounds on the lives of veterans, including an increased risk of suicide. And we’ll discuss ways of intervening with these invisible wounded in both mundane fashion and through using methods more in tune with Pagan beliefs. The course will consist of a weekly group Skype session and individual work between sessions.

Instructor: Carol Kirk, M.Div. and David Oringderff, Ph.D.

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Class meetings: Wednesdays 8 PM ET, Nov. 16 – Dec. 14

Required Readings:

Tick, Edward. 2005. War And The Soul. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books.

(SPECIAL MILITARY EMPHASIS) Six-week Stackables course earns 1 credit hour towards master’s degree.

Fulfills: This is a required course for students in PCC with a special emphasis in Military Chaplaincy. It counts as an Area II Stackable course for all other students.

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