COLLEGE OF FAMILY STUDIES

RESTORING RELATIONSHIP SYSTEMS (FAM 327)

Prerequisites: Foundations in Family Studies (FAM 252 & 252), Foundations in Counseling Ministry (CNH 211 & 212), Family Ministry School (FAM 223 & 224), or equivalent experience in counseling.
Credits: 11 - 12

Restoring Relationship Systems seeks to promote “a difference that can make a difference” in understanding how relationship systems operate and how to empower individuals toward more healthy lifestyles in post-modern society. “In you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” (Genesis 12:3). This is an advanced level course designed with a biblical perspective to help train and equip students in systemic theory and practice. It gives an overview of the development of relationship system approaches and seeks to empower students in the use of transformative skills and interventions to enhance discipleship and ministry to others. The course is applicable across cultures and promotes a sensitivity to the Holy Spirit in ministry to individuals, couples, and families. The course values the development of healthy leadership and teamwork as important building blocks in every sphere of society.

Upcoming Dates and Locations

Course Location Credits Start
FAM 327 Youth With A Mission Penang 12 26 Feb 2024 17 May 2024

All locations that offer this course

Course Location Credits
FAM 327 YWAM Worcester 12
FAM 327 JuCUM Viña del Mar 12
FAM 327 Youth With A Mission Penang 12