SoulCare Foundations II: Understanding People & Problems
DetailsNumber of Lessons: 10Avg. Lesson Length: 27 MinutesTime Required: 10 Hours MinimumLevel: Intermediate
Why are so many areas of our lives such a mess? What lies beneath the confusion, despair, and emptiness that so many of us experience? In this second course in the four-course SoulCare series, Dr. Larry Crabb offers a biblical understanding of what’s going on beneath the surface of our lives that results in the confusion, despair, and emptiness that so many of us experience. Does Christianity guarantee a better life? Can we really experience more satisfying soul-connection with God and with others? These are among the many questions Dr. Crabb will explore in this second ten-lesson course, which was designed to develop a deeper understanding of people and the problems we all experience.
This course is very challenging spiritually. I am glad it is pushing me forward towards God.Veta
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ProfessorLarry J. Crabb, PhD
- University of Illinois, MA and PhD
- Ursinus College, BS
- Develop a deeper understanding of people and the problems experienced by all.
- Reach a biblical understanding of what’s going on beneath the surface of personal lives that may result in feelings of confusion, despair, and emptiness.
- Learn to think biblically about the nature of the journey.
I have to say SoulCare is one of the best courses I’ve studied involving counseling. I find the teaching refreshing because it’s sole purpose is to make God the focus/center of the counseling you provide. It removes the “how do I fix this” aspect out of it, freeing you from taking on that burden. The answers come from the Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit, from God, not from your own understandings – a contrast to what is typically taught in secular counseling.Jason
I have found this course very enlightening and I believe it has already helped how I view and act on helping others.Juaitan
This class has challenged me in a way that I have not been challenged before. It has helped to realize the importance of examining my self before trying to help others and help me to see why my ways have not been effective. Thank you Dr. Crabb for the insight of understanding my problems and the problems of others.Shelia