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Unexpected Healers: How the next generation of chaplains is changing the way we think about spiritual care

By | on 02, Sep 2020 |   social justice Chaplaincy ministry social transformation Vocation

Back when I was a CPE educator in a large, metropolitan hospital system, I often gave my students an interactive assignment for their first day of training. I asked them to place themselves in busy lo[...]

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“How Deconstructing My Beliefs Has Made Me a Better Faith Leader:” An Interview with Sarah Berge

By | on 14, Jun 2019 |   Chaplaincy ministry leadership Formation Voice Beliefs Deconstruction

Sarah Berge '19 is a recent graduate of United hoping to work in chaplaincy. Her background is in systems and family counseling, with a focus on incarcerated populations and restorative justice. Sarah[...]

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The “What Is” and “What If” of Chaplaincy

By | on 19, Nov 2018 |   Chaplaincy social transformation Voice Entrepreneur

Conscious and deliberate acts of caring are a unique human attribute. The need to care and to be cared for is essential to the survival of all human groups. We create communities, cultural norms, ethi[...]

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What is a Military Chaplain?  

By | on 15, Mar 2018 |   Chaplaincy pastoral care interreligious chaplaincy military

In Fall 2018, U.S Army Chaplain Imam Khallid Shabazz, the Army's first division-level Muslim chaplain, will teach an online course called "Chaplaincy for Military" at United. Below, Dr. Shabazz explai[...]

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United Rejects Religious Discrimination in Health Care

By | on 28, Feb 2018 |   social justice Chaplaincy seminary social transformation injustice interreligious chaplaincy Voice statement healthcare Civil Rights

On January 18, 2018, the Trump Administration announced the creation of a “civil rights” division within the Department of Health and Human Services that would allow health workers to discriminate aga[...]

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Interview with Dr. Ayo Yetunde on the Theology of Prince

By | on 29, Sep 2017 |   Arts social justice music Chaplaincy united faculty ministry interfaith social transformation theology and the arts Theology of Prince interreligious chaplaincy

"The Theology of Prince" is a project at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities headed by Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde, Assistant Professor of Pastural and Spiritual Care and Counseling and Director[...]

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